- 1 Who is Carrie James?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Carrie James Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 Who is her husband? Sean Murray Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Carrie James?
Carrie James Murray was born in the United States; however, the actual date and place of her birth are unknown. She is a businesswoman, entrepreneur,and former teacher, known for being the founder of her own business BRA Network. However, she’s possibly best recognized for being the wife of famous Hollywood actor Sean Murray.
How rich is she, as of now? Carrie James Net Worth
As of early 2022, Carrie James’ net worth is estimated at over $500,000, acquired through her successful involvement in various business endeavors. In addition, it’s assumed that she also enjoys the wealth of her famous husband, Sean Murray, who has earned a net worth reputedly more than $8 million through his involvement in the entertainment industry.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Carrie James isn’t very open when it comes to her personal life, so little is known about her early life, parents and family, except that her father worked in a police department, while her mother was a social worker. Carrie holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding her education, Carrie is a graduate of San Francisco State University, from where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, majoring in Domestic Violence in 1999. She later furthered her education at Antioch University, Los Angeles, from which she graduated with a Master’s degree in Education Leadership with a major in Social Justice in 2004.
Carrie James started pursuing her professional career as a women’s right activist right after her graduation from San Francisco State University. Before she returned to complete her Master’s degree, she spent time working as a court advocate, then later took an opportunity to work as a teacher at an LAUSD public charter school, during which she was promoted to an administrator, and later to the position of a principal. After 15 years, she quit teaching and focused on other projects. She founded her own facility called Prestique Academy of Innovation and Technology in Woodland Hills, California, and ran the school for two years, then closed it to establish a female company called BRA (Business Relationship Alliance) Network, which is focused on building a network of female entrepreneurs.
Carrie is also a philanthropist who donates money to such organizations as Dress to Success, which empowers women to achieve economic independence, and WeSpark, which provides services for cancer patients and survivors.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Carrie James has long blonde-dyed hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.68m); information about her weight, vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe size isn’t available.
Carrie James met her future husband Sean Murray at an event in 2004; shortly afterwards, the two became romantically involved, and after dating for about a year, tied the knot at a ceremony held on 26 November 2005.
They are the parents of a daughter named Caitlyn Melissa Murray, born in 2007, and son named River James Murray, born in April 2010. Their current residence is in Los Angeles, California.
Who is her husband? Sean Murray Short Wiki/Bio
Sean Harland Murray was born on 15 November 1977 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, in Bethesda, Maryland USA. He grew up living on several military bases around the world, including Singapore, London, Australia and the US, since his father, Harland Murray, served as a US Navy Captain. His mother is Vivienne Lee, who would later become the wife of famous television producer and screenwriter Donald P. Bellisario. His brother Chad W. Murray is a producer of “NCIS: Los Angeles”.
He also has seven half-siblings, including actor Michael Bellisario, and actress Torian Bellisario.
Sean Murray launched his professional acting career in 1991, when he started auditioning for various roles, and eventually made his debut appearance as Joe Jr. in the made-for-TV comedy film “Backfield In Motion”, which premiered on ABC and was directed by Richard Michaels. The following year, he made a guest appearance as Chris Conway in an episode of the ABC legal drama series “Civil Wars”, and collaborated with Todd Field on his short drama film “Too Romantic”, in which he played Tim.
Rise to Prominence
In 1993, Sean Murray played Jimmy Voorhees in the biographical coming-of-age drama film “This Boy’s Life”, next to Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio, and starred as Thackery in the fantasy comedy horror film “Hocus Pocus”, which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Motion Picture Comedy. He then landed his breakthrough role of Zane Grey Hart in the CBS Western series “Harts Of The West”, that lasted through 1993 and ‘94.
It was followed by his portrayals of Matthew Keene in the 1994 made-for-TV thriller film “River Of Rage: The Taking Of Maggie Keene”, and as Danny in the 1995 made-for-TV thriller film “Trial By Fire”, alongside Keith Carradine and Gail O’Grady.
During the same year, he guest-starred as Bret Maddocks in an episode of the Primetime Emmy Award-winning medical drama series “ER”, and thereafter, had such parts as Ralph in the CBS drama film “For My Daughter’s Honor” (1996), in which he shared the screen with Gary Cole and Mac Davis, and as Christopher Lane in the NBC crime film “The Sleepwalker Killing” (1997), alongside Hilary Swank and Jeffrey Nordling.
Sean Murray’s next major role came when he joined the cast of the NBC/CBS legal drama series “JAG”, in which he starred in the role of Danny Walden from 1998 to 2001.
His outstanding performance in the series helped him to secure the role of Timothy McGee in its spin-off series, entitled “NCIS”. The series premiered in 2003, and quickly became one of the most popular TV series in the US; it’s currently in its 19th season, with more than 420 episodes aired.
Concurrently with working on “JAG” and “NCIS”, Sean also appeared in the role of Nick Kepper in the made-for-TV comedy film “Spring Break Lawyer”, aired on MTV in 2001, and the next year he played Todd Mitchell in the short-lived UPN sitcom “The Random Years”, but which was canceled after only four episodes. He then took the role of Mr. Small in the 2014 sports drama film “Jonesy”, and featured as Andrei Filippovich Olsufy in the 2018 sci-fi film “The Double”, directed by Gemma Jenkins.