Chuck Woolery: Married to Fourth Wife, Kim Barnes, Age, Net Worth & Bio
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Do you ever participated in the game show and won the cash prize by playing it. Meet the TV game show host, talk show host, musician and actor, Chuck Woolery had hosted several different game shows and best known for "Wheel of Fortune", and "Love Connection." He made his last appearances as a host of The Wheel of Fortune in 1981.
Chuck Woolery married four-times to find his perfect match. Today we are here to reveal Chuck's married and divorced life, salary, kids, career and more. Chuck Woolery, Former host of Wheel of Fortune
Who is Chuck Woolery?
Chuck Herbert Woolery was born on March 16, 1941, and raised in Ashland, Kentucky.
He attended high school in his birthplace, then he worked two years in the US Navy. Later he joined the Morehead State University where he studied economics and sociology at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, KY but dropped to pursue his career in music.
In the year 1963, Woolery served as a wine consultant for Wasserstrom Wine & Import Company in Columbus, Ohio and was also a sales representative for the Pillsbury Company.
Chuck Woolery: Professional Life
Talking about his profession, Chuck Woolery is a television host, actor, and singer.
He started his career as a singer and also played the bass fiddle a folk song called 'The Bordermen.' Later he sang for The Avan Grade. He introduced himself as a Christian and conservative Republican. He has signed with Warner Bros Records, Epic Records, Columbia Records.
In 1968, his song "Naturally Stoned" became the super hit and ranked in top 40. At that time, he was a truck driver to supplement his income. https://youtu.be/1M-29_JMzLg?t=10 As a solo artist, Chuck has released five albums with Columbia and released Forgive My Heart and following that year, he released another single Love Me, Love Me but didn't commercially successful and turned his path to acting.
Besides music career, he did some roles in the movies including Evil in the Deep and Cold Feet. He also made his appearance in small screen as well. Chuck starred as Mr. Dimple in the TV series New Zoo Revue in early 1970 and appeared on an episode of Your Hit Parade.
https://youtu.be/D6FyB_fVVxs On January 6, 1975, Chuch Woolery took his career into next level and debut with the new show Wheel of Fortune. Along with that Woolery hosted other games like Connection, The Big Spin, Scrabble, The Price is Right, Greed and many more.
Currently, Chuck holds a podcast on politics called Blunt Force Truth with Mark Young, on which he expands his political views and events and often invited to the guest to join the conversation.
How is Chuck Woolery's married life with wife Kim Woolery?
Chuck Woolery married to Michigan native Kim Barnes in 2006 and enjoying their 14 years of marriage happily with no rumors of their separation.
You might be considering how the two lovers met for the first time. Chuck met Kim on a blind date around 2003 after dating for three years, the exchanged the vow in a private ceremony just a family and close friends.
Chuck's Wives Prior to Kim
Remember when we talked about three-times divorcee, Steven Seagal? Well, he is not the only unlucky guy when it comes to love marriage.
Chuck Woolery has a troubling personal life like Steven. Chuck got married for the first time with an American actress and TV personality, Margret Hayes in 1961 when he was just 20. However, the marriage lasted for only a short period.
He has two children from his first wife, a daughter Katherine and a son Chad, who died while riding a motorcycle in 1986. In 1997, he told People, "The more tragic part of it was that the death came recently after Chuck bought him a car after sensing his son's irresponsible bike riding habit." Chuck Woolery with ex-wife Jo Ann Pflug After the couple divorced his ex-wife Ann said to Pittsburgh Press, "Chuck and I both happier being divorced friends than married enemies." Then Chuck was married to his third wife, Teri Nelson, who is also known as the step-daughter of the popular director and actor, David Nelson, in 1985.
Chuck and Teri have two sons: Michael and Sean and got divorced almost in a decade in 2004. Prior to divorce, in 2003, Chuck said to The New York Post that his wife Teri was not faithful to him and had an affair with another man. He added, "She said she needed to find herself - that's as far as she took it."