Laurie Money Biography – Laurie Money Wiki
Laurie Money born Laurie Dee Harris was Eddie Money’s wife. When Money met his wife, she was the reigning Miss One for the Sun, a beauty contest out of Nashville, Tennesee.
According to Laurie Money biography on IMDB, she is a producer and actress, known for Eddie Money: Heaven in the Back Seat (1991) and Real Money (2018).
Eddie Money’s Wife
Laurie Money is the wife of Eddie Money. The couple married in 1989. On their 30th wedding anniversary in June 2017, Money posted a photo of the couple on Twitter saying, “Happy 30th anniversary to my rock. Thank you for giving me the best years of my life! Love you Laurie.”
Happy 30th anniversary to my rock.
Thank you for giving me the best years of my life!
Love you Laurie
— Eddie Money (@ImEddieMoney) June 21, 2017
In an April 2018 interview with the San Jose Mercury News, Money was asked about his secret to a long last marriage. The singer replied, “You have to listen to your wife and realize that she really wants to be treated like an equal. There’s no real boss. I’m not the boss … Well, OK, she’s the boss.” In the same interview, Money marveled at his wife’s fitness saying, “She’s No.1 in her spin class.”
Money told the Herald Palladium in May 2018 that he and his wife split for two and a half years. Money said, “I broke up with the wife and was living at the Motel 6 for awhile, so I wrote some really good songs. We’ve been together for 31 years. We separated for about two and a half years, and she tells everybody it was the best two and a half years of her life.”
Laurie Money Children
Laurie and her husband Eddie Money had five children: Zachary, Jessica, Joseph, Julian, and Desmond.
Eddie Money Death
Eddie Money died on September 13, 2019 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 70 years old. Money’s family said in a statement: “The Money Family regrets to announce that Eddie passed away peacefully early this morning. It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our loving husband and father. We cannot imagine our world without him. We are grateful that he will live on forever through his music.”