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Marianne Gordon Biography – Marianne Gordon Wiki
Marianne Gordon is an American actress who is best known for being the ex-wife of the late Kenny Rogers, an American country music superstar who died on March 20th, 2020 from natural causes at the age of 81. She moved to Atlanta after she’d been in college for a year and worked as a model for some time in New York. She then moved to California where she got some movie roles, including Rosemary’s Baby and Modern Millie. She then joined Hee Haw in 1971.
According to IMDb, she is also credited for The Gambler in 1980, Little Darlings in 1980, The Being in 1983, Coward of the County in 1981, Fire and Rain in 1989, and The Gambler Returns in 1991.
Marianne Gordon Age
She was born on January 28, 1946, in Athens, Georgia, U.S.
Marianne Gordon Husband
She was Kenny Rogers’ fourth wife and they were married in 1977. They divorced in 1993, so they were together for 16 years. The two met in the 1970s when Kenny was a guest at Hee Haw. After they met a second time at a party, they started dating while they both were going through divorces. They moved forward slowly and didn’t rush anything. She always went on tour with Kenny Rogers, and he often accompanied her for guest appearances on Hee Haw.
Before getting married to Kenny Rogers, she was previously married to Michael Trikilis from 1971 to 1975.
Marianne Gordon Children
Together with the late Kenny Rogers, she had one child Christopher Cody Rogers. He was born on December 4, 1981. He’s an actor and director, having starred in Reno 911!, The Gambler: The Luck of the Draw, and Six Pack. He directed three shorts: Two if By Sea, Park, and Loneliness.
Marianne Gordon Net Worth
Her net worth is not known. However, her ex-husband’s net worth was $250 million at the time of his death on March 20, 2020, due to natural causes.
Marianne Gordon and Kenny Rogers Divorce
The couple divorced in 1993, after 16 years of marriage. The divorce settlement for Rogers and his then-wife Gordon included $60 million, Independent reported. And with that, he figured she deserved it. He said his band broke up while they were married and he ended up in a tremendous amount of debt but she stood by him every step of the way.
He said: “But Marianne really did deserve the 60 million because she is a great girl and we had a perfect marriage for 15 years.”
He said that after their son was borne, she couldn’t tour with him as much and she stayed home to take care of their child. I found that our lifestyles were clashing. So one day we just said, ‘Life is short, we deserve to be happy, let’s find something else to do with our lives,’ and the marriage ended.”