Nancy O'Dell's Magic of Plastic Surgery: Married With 1 Daughter, Holidays With Husband in Boston
- Net Worth $16 million (Estimated)
- Lesbian No
- Official Site http://www.nancyodell.com/
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nancyodell/
- Twitter https://twitter.com/nancyodell
- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/officialnancyodell/
- Eye Color Blue
- Hair Color Blond
- Hair Long
- Feet (Shoe) Size 7.5 (US)
- Weight 126 lbs (57 kg)
- Height/ How Tall? 5' 10" (1.77 m)
- Education Bachelor's in Marketing
- College Clemson University
- High School Coastal Academy High School
- Date of Birth Feb 25, 1966
- Age 56 Years, 11 Months
- Ex-Husband Keith Zubulevich (m. 2005-2018), Richard O'Dell (m. 1995–2004)
- Divorce/Split Yes (Twice)
- Relationship Status Single
- Daughter/s Ashby Grace Zubulevich
- Sister/s 1
- Mother Betty Humphries
- Father Leonard Humphries
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Zodiac Sign Pisces
- Birth Name Nancy Evelyn Humphries
- Profession Journalist
- Home Address Los Angeles
- Birth Place Sumter, South Carolina
- Nationality American
Does everybody want to look younger than they are? How much do you want to look 10-15 years younger than you are? The confidence is obvious to soar up with no wrinkles in your face. This famous American television host and entertainment journalist experienced the same through plastic surgery. She looks much charming, younger and of course, more confident following the transformation.
Take a look: Plastic Surgery
Caption: Nancy O'dell Before and after plastic surgery
Even in her early fifties, this beautiful co-host of "Entertainment Tonight" looks as if she is still in her thirties. However, she has denied having plastic surgery although there is a vivid proof illustrated by her face itself. She never confessed about the surgery but said instead "I am too chicken."
She became a mother with a daughter at 41 even though she looks as if she has never been through pregnancy. Yeah! She is married.
Her Married Life, Wedding, And Husband:
She was first married to Mr. Richard O'Dell, from September 30, 1995, to November 4, 2004. The couple got divorced later. After that, on June 2005, she married Keith Zubchevich, who already had two sons, Tyler and Carson. Nancy became pregnant at the age of 41 and eventually gave birth to her daughter Ashby Grace in 2007. Ashby was her baby. Tyler and Carson are her stepsons.
The couple could have a large wedding filled with friends from Hollywood and Silicon Valley, but they instead chose a small affair at Barca Resort and Spa.
"We wanted it to be intimate because we wanted to spend time with you all," O'Dell told the 62 guests. "We wanted to look out and see our families."
Caption: Nancy and Keith Zubchevich wedding
Nancy loves going out on a holiday with her husband. Check out this post while they were together in Boston.
Her Salary and Net Worth:
How much does this gorgeous presenter earn? Well according to THE RICHEST, her net worth sums up to be $9.5 million USD. That's a pretty good amount, isn't it folks?
Through the separation: Divorced?
This might come as a shock to everyone who loves Nancy O'Dell and her married because the couple has recently split and are seeking a divorce. The 50 years old Nancy has filed for legal separation with her husband of over a decade Keith Zubchevich early this September as per usmagazine.com.
Despite the news just hit the media recently, a source to us magazine claims that the couples have been separated for about a month right now but are sharing a friendly and healthy feeling towards each other and are focusing on their three children.
However, the ex-couples are still wearing their respective wedding rings as they were spotted wearing it in Los Angeles while under an Umbrella, watching a sports game.
Caption: Nancy O'Dell with her ex-husband Keith Zubchevich still wearing their wedding rings in Los Angeles.
Nancy has also written a parental book "Full Of Life" which is related to her pregnancy and parenthood. Further, she was presented with an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Clemson University on May 10, 2013.
During the honor, she said "I decided that I would rather fail to do something I enjoyed than be successful doing something that would just be a grind," which was indeed inspiring for many of the graduates.