• Terri Carrington is an American speech-language pathologist best known as the ex-wife of Rodney Carrington.
• She has an estimated net worth of $1 million, likely gained from her work as a pathologist and her divorce settlement with Rodney.
• She attended the University of Central Oklahoma and worked at Captioncall and Senior Suites.
• Terri and Rodney Carrington married in 1993, but divorced in 201•
• She is not very public about her life since the divorce, but is known to have stayed in Oklahoma and continues to be in contact with Rodney Carrington for their three children.
Known for movies
Terri Carrington was born on 18 November 1970, in the United States of America, and is a speech-language pathologist, but probably better known for being the ex-wife of singer and comedian Rodney Carrington. Their relationship was put into the spotlight when the duo decided to divorce in 2012 after being married for 18 years. Rodney is best known for his country music work and his stand-up comedy shows.
— Terri Lockhart (@lockheartdesign) May 22, 2014
Who is Rodney Carrington’s ex-wife Terri Carrington?
As of early-2018, sources estimate that Terri’s net worth is over $1 million, mostly earned through success as a pathologist. She’s also gained wealth due to her association with Rodney Carrington, who has a net worth of around $6 million, presumably from the divorce settlement. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Terri Carrington Wiki/Bio
In 1993, she married Rodney Carrington after dating for several years, and the couple would go on to have three children. Their marriage was relatively out of the media spotlight, and not many details have been made public. However, things didn’t work out for the couple indefinitely, and they decided to divorce in 2012. While there has been no specific reason revealed that spurred their divorce, Rodney once mentioned that he felt the marriage was going strong before Terri decided that she was leaving. Despite their divorce, the two have maintained communication for the sake of their children.
Terri’s Measurments – Height
There is no public information stated about Terri’s specific height. Many sources assume that her height is close to that of her husband who stands at a height of five feet seven inches (5’7”).
I mustache you a question… pic.twitter.com/NTGVBHzI
— Terri Lockhart (@lockheartdesign) October 8, 2012
Residence, House & Net Worth
Carrington and her family used to live in a privately located property of 20 acres, including a five-bedroom mansion, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which was estimated to have a valuation of $8.5 million. It had a 7,526 square foot home featuring dark wood, neutral walls, wooden inlay ceilings, and even a grand office, plus a master bathroom with floor to ceiling vanities. It was surrounded by a large lawn, multiple lakes, and according to reports, $1 million worth in stone and iron fencing. The property has a guardhouse in front and is far from other establishments. People rarely spot the home and if they do, they’d have to cross a football field’s length just to try to get to the front door. The property was put on sale in 2010, and was quickly sold after going on the market.
Love these babies!! pic.twitter.com/v7Fr118LE3
— Terri Lockhart (@lockheartdesign) April 7, 2014
Love these angels! pic.twitter.com/JXvlh8NsLM
— Terri Lockhart (@lockheartdesign) July 27, 2013
Rodney Carrington is known for his work in comedy and country music. He has released six studio albums and a greatest hits package as a part of his work for both Capitol and Mercury Records. His stand-up routine usually combines original songs with his comedy work. After their divorce, he mentioned to the media that it was difficult for him to adjust as he no longer had a wife to reign him in, which caused him to put on weight. He also tried to date someone younger than himself, but found that the age gap proved difficult for him to find a connection.
After the marriage, not many details have been revealed about the life of Terri. She continues to connect with Rodney for their children, and has continued with her work as a speech pathologist. Many sources believe that she continues to reside in Oklahoma. According to an interview, they get an equal amount of time with their three children. After getting over the divorce, Rodney has stated that he is happier and feels as though his life has begun again. However, he has turned his attention more onto his children than a potential new partner.
|Full Name||Terri Lyne Carrington|
|Profession||Singer, Entrepreneur, Drummer, Composer, Record producer, Songwriter, Money Jungle, More To Say, Come Sunday|
|Education||Berklee College of Music|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album, Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Money Jungle, More To Say, Come Sunday|
|Nominations||Juno Award for Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year, Soul Train Music Award for Best Traditional Jazz Performance, Money Jungle, More To Say, Come Sunday|
|1||Just playing with a generation younger than me helps keep me current, and that's really important. I learned [that] from so many great jazz musicians that I've played with. The great ones, they don't want to keep going back to the past and replaying the same stuff they played. They're looking for something new to do.|
|Zero Gravity Live||2016||Video musical director|
|Live from Lincoln Center||2014||TV Series musician - 1 episode|
|Zero Gravity Live||2016||Video||Musical Director|
|Houseguest||1995||writer: "Lovin' Life" - as Terri Lynn Carrington|
|Jazz at the White House||2016||TV Special||Herself - Performer|
|Unsung||2016||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band||2015||Documentary||Herself - Performer|
|Solidarity of Arts||2014||TV Movie||Herself|
|Keep on Keepin' On||2014||Documentary||Herself|
|Jazz Is My Religion||2006||Documentary||Herself|
|Herbie Hancock Future2Future Live||2002||Video documentary||Herself|
|All-Star Tribute to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar||1989||TV Movie||Herself|
|Ebony/Jet Showcase||1989||TV Series||Herself|
|The Core of the Apple||1986||TV Series documentary||Herself - Musician|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia