Terri Carrington Overview
Terri Carrington is an award-winning jazz musician, drummer, a well-known advocate, and a practicing speech pathologist. Many people attribute her fame to her marriage with well-known comedian Rodney Carrington. Terri and Rodney, even before their rise to fame, were already dating. However, their careers are what makes this celebrity couple quite a famous pair. The two met in college in Oklahoma. From here, Rodney started a career in comedy and eventually made his own albums and starred in his own shows. Terri, likewise, found herself soaring in her career as she began writing and producing her songs after her stint as an excellent drummer and musician for her band and many other celebrity musicians.
Although she started her career in music in the 1980’s, she won her three Grammy Awards only after 2010. She is an appointed professor at the Berklee College of Music where she graduated. Her career in music has led her to many related endeavors such as being the Artistic Director of the Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival. With her works in music, in speech pathology, and other entrepreneurial pursuits, Terri Carrington is one outstanding woman.
What is the nationality of Terri Carrington?
Terri Carrington was born and raised in Massachusetts prior her education at the University of Central Oklahoma where she met Rodney. She was born on November 18, 1970. She is an American.
How tall is Terri Carrington and how much does she weigh?
It has been said that Terri is almost as tall as her husband as she stands quite tall at 5 feet 7 inches. She has kept her figure and weighs around 125 pounds.
Is Terri Carrington married or single?
Terri used to be married with Rodney Carrington.
How much is Terri Carrington’s net worth?
With all her successes in music, speech pathology and business, she has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
How many kids does Terri Carrington have?
She has three sons in George, Zac, and Sam Carrington. She shares custody of her sons with Rodney Carrington.
Why did Rodney divorce Terri Carrington?
Terri’s success and fame were made more astounding with her marriage with Rodney Carrington, the person she takes her surname from. Rodney was a talented stand-up comedian, country singer, and actor. From his earnings in the comedy and singing business, he accumulated a net worth of $6 million.
Thus, with Terri and Rodney’s successes in the entertainment business, many saw them as a role model for couples in the entertainment business. For many years, it was the case, until after almost a decade of marriage when their divorce was made final in 2012. All the way from college, the couple were together for 18 years; thus, it was a complete mystery to people why the couple separated.
Not much was said about the reason for the divorce; however, there have been speculations that what prompted the split was the long hours Rodney spent in his comedy business, often being absent at home and not finding time to be with Terri and their children. Still, it was said that Rodney, upon finding this out, tried to resuscitate their marriage as he would call off work just to be at home. All of these in the end proved futile as Terri had already made up her mind. Post-divorce, there have been news that Rodney was quite sad as he didn’t take care of himself, often overeating and living a sedentary life. He was hard hit with the divorce, especially since he didn’t know or understand what caused it. To date, there have been no news that either of them has dated. They, however, remained friends well after the divorce.
How many Grammy Awards has Terri Carrington won?
Terri commenced her singing career in 1983 as many of her friends prodded and supported her. And, toward the end of the 80’s, she did make a name for herself as a drummer in one late night show in Los Angeles. With these, her fame and prominence continued to grow as she collaborated with many song artists and musicians. She eventually started a band and became leader. She then took the reins of her of singing career by producing her own songs.
After all of these, she took a leave for almost two decades until she found the drive to produce again. Thus, in 2011, she released her fifth album, The Mosaic Project, for Concord Jazz. This album won the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album. She then followed up her success with a 2013 album under the title Money Jungle. This album bagged the 2013 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. As a trivia, Terri was the first female to win such prestigious award. In 2014, she won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Album. In all, she has 3 Grammy Awards to her name.