Who is Lori Brice? Age, Childhood, and Education
Lori Brice is a ‘celebrity wife’, actually the ex-wife of the famous American stand-up comedian Ron White. Lori Brice was born in 1962 in the USA; she’s rather mysterious about her life, and hasn’t even revealed the exact date of her birth and the place where she was born. Nor has she talked about her parents, whether she has any siblings, nor about her education.
She was just 19 years old when she married Ron White in 1981, then far away from the success he enjoys today.
At the time he owned a pottery factory in Mexico, and was just starting his career in stand-up comedy. The couple was married until 1993 when they divorced, but the reason for their divorce hasn’t been shared publicly. The two had welcomed son Marshall, but the exact date of his birth is unknown, although it’s believed that it was in the mid-1980s.
Following their split, Lori continued living a low-key life, and despite her ex-husband acquiring international fame, she never sought any additional monthly installments than those he was already paying her.
She focused on raising their son Marshall, who remains close to Lori to the present day.
Net Worth, Height, and Vital Statistics
Lori has been rather secretive about her life, and there’s no information about what she’s been doing since her split from Ron. She continued to receive monthly payments from the famous comedian, and according to sources, her wealth is now estimated at around $1.5 million.
Lori is known for her long blonde hair and brown eyes. However, her height, weight and other vital statistics are currently unknown, though she has an average figure.
Lori Brice’s Ex-Husband, Ron White Biography
Born Ronald Dee White on 18 December 1956, in Fritch, Texas USA to Charles Don White and Barbara Joan Craig, he joined the US Navy when he was just 17 years old and was stationed on the USS Conserver near the end of the Vietnam War.
He wanted to become a comedian from an early age but didn’t have a proper chance until he was in his late 30s. For some time he lived in Mexico where he had a pottery factory, however, he moved back to the US, and began pursuing his dream of becoming a stand-up comedian.
He made his first appearance in 1987 in “Showtime Comedy Club Network”, and five years later featured in the “An Evening at the Improv”.
However, he waited for the new millennium to earn a name for himself – first, he toured with Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, and Bill Engvall as a member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour. The comedians performed in more than 90 cities across the US, and grossed over $15 million.
Since then, Ron has gone on to win over the world with his unique comedy style and performance. He’s known for drinking Scotch as part of his act, and also smoking cigars or cigarettes.
Some of his comedy specials include “Ron White: Behavioral Problems” and “The Ron White Show” both in 2009, “Ron White’s Comedy Salute to the Troops” (2011), then “Ron White: If You Quit Listening, I’ll Shut Up” (2018), which is his first Netflix special, among others. Moreover, he has released several comedy albums, including “Drunk in Public” in 2003, which achieved gold status in the USA, then “You Can’t Fix Stupid” (2006), and “A Little Unprofessional” (2013), among others.
As an actor, Ron is known as Detective Samson in the comedy film “Horrible Bosses” (2011), and as Phil Valentine in the TV comedy series “Roadies” (2016), while most recently, he appeared in the film “12 Mighty Orphans” (2021), which starred Luke Wilson, Vinessa Shaw, and Wayne Knight.
To speak further of his accomplishments, Ron is the author of the book “I Had the Right to Remain Silent But I Didn’t Have the Ability”, which reached The New York Times bestseller list.
After divorcing Lori, Ron started dating Barbara Dobbs and the two were married from 2004 to 2008. He married for the third time in 2013, to singer Margo Rey, however, Ron and Margo split after four years, and Ron began the narrative that they were never legally married; in 2019, the L.A. Superior Court declared that the couple was in a common-law marriage under Texas law.
As of late 2021, Ron White’s net worth has been estimated to be around $40 million, earned through his successful career as an actor, writer and comedian.