Kathy Ambush:
• Born in Worcester, Massachusetts USA in 1949
• Raised in a deeply religious family
• Married Clarence Thomas in 1971 and divorced in 1984
• Has a son with Clarence named Jamal Adeen, born in 1973
• Believed to have a net worth of more than $500,000


Who is Kathy Ambush?

Kathy was born in Worcester, Massachusetts USA, but has kept the date of her birth hidden from the media’s attention – it’s believed that she was born in 1949, her zodiac sign is said to be Sagittarius, and she holds American nationality. She’s probably only known for being the former wife of Clarence Thomas, an American lawyer.

Early life and education

Kathy was raised in Worcester by her father Nelson Ambush, a dental technician, and her mother who was a housewife; because Kathy hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, most of her fans believe her to be an only child.

She was raised in a deeply religious family, and went to church with her parents at least once a week.

Kathy enjoyed playing sports at a local high school, and excelled in soccer and volleyball; she was also interested in a couple of other activities, as she sang with her church’s choir, and also appeared in a couple of school plays, mostly playing supporting characters.

Upon matriculating, Kathy enrolled at the College of the Holy Cross in her hometown, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree four years later.

Kathy’s career

Kathy hasn’t shared many details concerning her career with the public, but it’s believed that she worked a couple of jobs prior to meeting Clarence, and that she became a housewife after they had exchanged vows.

Love life and marriage with Clarence Thomas

Kathy prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but a lot is still known about her marriage with Clarence. The two met while attending the College of the Holy Cross, and exchanged vows at All Saints Episcopal Church on 5 June 1971, in a private ceremony attended by only the closest of their friends and family members. Their son Jamal Adeen was born in 1973, but in 1981 Kathy and Clarence split for unknown reasons; their divorce was finalized in 1984.

Kathy hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she has perhaps been with, while it’s widely known that Clarence married American lawyer and conservative activist Virginia ‘Ginni’ Thomas in 1987, and that the two have since stayed together.

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As of May 2022, Kathy appears to be single, was married to Clarence Thomas, and has a son with him.

Hobbies and other interests

Kathy’s a philanthropist and has worked with various charity organizations, while she’s also both volunteered at and donated money to a couple of animal shelters; her favorite animals are horses and donkeys.

She’s into travelling and has been to various US states, mostly during the time when she was married to Clarence; she has also vacationed in a couple of European countries, and her favorite city to stay in is London, England.

Kathy was physically quite active in her 20s, 30s and 40s, as she had multiple training sessions at the gym every week, but nowadays no longer works out.

She’s a fan of Hollywood movies – her favorite actor and actress are Tom Hanks and Amanda Seyfried, while a couple of her favorite movies include “Saving Private Ryan”, “Sleepless in Seattle” and “Dear John”.

Age, height and net worth

Kathy is believed to be 72 or 73 years old. She has medium long black hair and black eyes, her height is 5ft 6ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).

As of May 2022, her net worth has been estimated at more than $500,000, most of which she received as a divorce settlement, while her former husband Clarence’s net worth stands at over $1 million.

Who is her former husband Clarence Thomas?

Clarence was born in Pin Point, Georgia USA, on 23 June 1948 – his zodiac sign is Cancer, and he holds American nationality.

He’s known best for having been an associate justice of the US Supreme Court since 1991, when he succeeded the late American lawyer and civil rights activist Thurgood Marshall.

Clarence was raised in Pin Point alongside his one older and one younger sibling, by their father M. C. Thomas who was a farmer, and their mother Leola ‘Pigeon’ Williams who was a housewife; M. C. abandoned the family when Clarence was two years old, and after their house burned down, Clarence and his brother Myers were sent to live with their maternal grandparents in Savannah, Georgia.

Clarence studied at the high school St. Pius X, transferred to St. John Vianney’s two years later and matriculated in 1965, and then enrolled at College of the Holy Cross, becoming the first person in his family to attend college. He was highly active there, and founded the Black Student Union, walked in several anti-war marches, and also watched the 1970 Harvard Square riots. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature in 1971, then continued his education at Yale Law School, receiving his Juris Doctor degree three years later.

On 13 September 1974, Clarence was admitted to the Missouri bar, and joined the staff of State Attorney General John Danforth as an Assistant Attorney General of Missouri – he quit the job three years later, and became a lawyer at Monsanto Chemical Company. He worked for John Danforth once again between 1979 and 1981, then on 1 May 1981, he became an Assistant Secretary of Education for the Office for Civil Rights, after having been nominated by the 40th President of the USA Ronald Reagan. Clarence then joined the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, after having been nominated by the 43rd President of the US George H. W. Bush.

He was voted an associate justice of the Supreme Court on 15 October 1991, which came after a controversy when he was accused of sexual harassment by American lawyer and author Anita Fae Hill; she was the only woman to testify that Clarence had sexually harassed her, but provided no significant evidence that it had happened.

Clarence is also an author, and has published nine books and essays. His first essay “Why Black Americans Should Look to Conservative Policies” was published in 1987, while a couple of his other notable works are “The Higher Law Background of the Privileges Or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment”, published in 1989, “Character” published in 1998, and most recently “My Grandfather’s Son: A Memoir”, published in 2007.

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