Who is Audrey Caroline McGraw?

Audrey Caroline McGraw was born in Nashville, Tennessee USA, on 6 December 2001 – her zodiac sign is Sagittarius, and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress, model and social media star, but who’s probably known best for being the daughter of Faith Hill, a famous American singer and actress.

Early life and education

Audrey was raised in Nashville alongside her older sisters Gracie Katherine (born in 1997) and Maggie Elizabeth (born in 1998) by their mother, and their father Tim McGraw, a popular American country music singer, actor and guitarist.

Audrey grew up being interested mostly in singing, because she looked up to her parents, however, modelling caught her attention when she was around 11 years old. She studied at Ensworth Red Gables Campus, and was a highly active child, as she played volleyball and practiced dancing.

Audrey launched her modelling career at the age of 17, a year before she matriculated from a local high school, and thus chose not to pursue a college degree, but to focus on work.

Audrey’s career

Not a lot is known about Audrey’s career, as she’s launched it just recently, but she’s modeled for a couple of agencies, and has been featured in several not-so-popular magazines, while she’s yet to make a breakthrough in her career, but launched her acting career on 13 August 2021, when she starred in her father’s music video “7500 OBO”.

Audre’s also a social media star, and is quite popular on Instagram, having amassed nearly 50,000 followers, while she’s uploaded close to 100 pictures onto the network, most of which have been taken during her everyday life.

Love life and relationships

Audrey is quite secretive when it comes to sharing the details of her love life, but there are still some rumors circulating the internet, concerning her past and present relationships.

A couple of years back, Audrey uploaded a picture onto her Instagram account which featured her kissing her boyfriend Zach Troost, an American model, photographer and music producer. The two were apparently together for around a year, but it’s believed that the friendship ended, because Audrey has deleted the pictures of them together from her Instagram account.

There are also those who believe that she’s today in a relationship with a non-celebrity American man, as a fan has claimed to have seen the two spending time together, but no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Audrey commented on this.

As of February 2022, she appears to be single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Audrey is a huge lover of animals, with horses and dogs being her favorites; she learned to ride horseback when she was 14, and can be seen riding in some of her Instagram pictures.

Her favorite season is summer, mostly because she enjoys being close to the ocean, and sun tanning at the beach.

Audrey is a big fashionista, and is keeping up with all of the latest fashion trends by reading some of the most popular magazines, including “Vogue” and “Elle”.

She’s passionate about music, and likes to listen to classical pieces played on violin.

Late at night, Audrey enjoys watching movies starring her favorite actor and actress, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, such as “You’ve Got Mail”, “Sleepless in Seattle” and “The Terminal”.

Age, height and net worth

Audrey’s age is 20. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).

As of February 2022, Audrey’s net worth has been estimated at over $50,000, her mother Faith’s at more than $160 million, and her father Tim’s at over $80 million.

Who is her mother Faith Hill?

Audrey Faith McGraw (nee Perry), known better by her professional name Faith Hill, was born in Ridgeland, Mississippi USA, on 21 September 1967 – her zodiac sign is Virgo, and she holds American nationality. She’s amongst the most popular country musicians of all time, and has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide.

Faith was adopted by Edna and Ted Perry not long after she was born, and was raised in Star, Mississippi alongside their two biological sons.

Image source

She was only seven years old when she performed live for the first time, while she decided that she was going to become a singer after having attended a 1976 concert of Elvis Presley. Faith founded her first band when she was 17, and during those years often played at churches and local rodeos. She studied at McLaurin Attendance Center, and upon matriculating in 1986, enrolled at Hinds Junior College, but quit after only a year, wanting to focus on her career as a country singer. Prior to gaining recognition, she earned a living by selling T-shirts, was a secretary, and worked at McDonald’s.

She married her first husband, Daniel Hill in 1988; he was a music publishing executive and helped Faith with her career, but the two still divorced in 1994.

Faith released her debut album “Take Me as I Am” in 1993, and her single “Wild One” topped a Billboard chart, holding the position for four weeks, which was the first time for a female country singer to succeed at that in three decades.

Her second album “It Matters to Me” followed in 1995, and was as successful as her debut album.

In 1996, Faith started touring with Audrey’s father Tim McGraw, while at that time engaged to the record producer Scott Hendricks; she called-off the engagement, started dating Tim, and they married on 6 October 1996. Because their first daughter was born in 1997, Faith took a break from touring to focus on raising their child.

She released her third album, “Faith” in 1998, and her fourth “Breathe” in November 1999, with the latter topping the Billboard County Chart. Faith had a stint in pop music in the following years, then returned to country with her sixth album “Fireflies” on 2 August 2005.

She has since released only three albums: “Love Will Always Win” in 2007, “Joy to the World” in 2008 and “The Rest of Our Life” in 2017.

She’s also an actress, having made her debut TV series appearance with her portrayal of Karen Lamar in the 1997 episode “The Road Home (Part 1)” of the fantasy drama “Touched by an Angel”.

Some of her other notable performances have been in the 2004 science fiction comedy movie “The Stepford Wives”, the 2015 crime drama movie “Dixieland”, and the 2021 drama series “Yellowstone”.

Faith is a philanthropist, and in June 2010, she and her husband organized the benefit concert Nashville Rising at which over $2 million was raised for The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

Who is Audrey’s father Tim McGraw?

Samuel Timothy ‘Tim’ McGraw was born in Start, Louisiana USA, on 1 May 1967 – his zodiac sign is Taurus, and he holds American nationality. He’s released a total of 16 country albums, 10 of which have topped the Top Country Albums Chart.

Tim’s mother Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Ann D’Agostino was a waitress, who became pregnant with his father Frank Edwin ‘Tug’ McGraw Jr. while she was still attending Terry Parker High School. and was thus sent to live with her relatives in Louisiana; Tim grew up believing that his step-father Horace Smith was his real father.

Tim was 11 years old when he found his birth certificate, and his mother then told him about his biological father, whom he met when he was 18; Tug had already become a popular professional baseball player by that time, and he and Tim were close until Tug passed away in 2004.

Tim grew up being highly sporting, and excelled in baseball even without knowing that his father was a professional pitcher. Upon matriculating from a local high school in 1985, Tim enrolled at Northeast Louisiana University, but switched to Florida Community College at Jacksonville in 1987, but dropped out in 1989 to pursue a career in music.

He signed a contract with Curb Records in 1990, and released his debut single “What Room Was the Holiday In” on 29 March 1991. His self-titled debut album was released in April 1993, but wasn’t successful, however, Tim’s second album “Not a Moment Too Soon”, followed on 22 March 1994, and was the best-selling country album of the year. His third album “All I Want” followed in 1995, also topping the Billboard Country Chart.

A couple of Tim’s following highly successful albums were the 1997 “Everywhere”, the 2001 “Set This Circus Down”, and “Southern Voice” in 2009. He has since released six more albums, with the most recent two being the 2017 “The Rest of Our Life”, and the 2020 “Here on Earth”.

Tim is also a popular actor, having made his debut TV series appearance in a 1997 episode of the comedy “The Jeff Foxworthy Show”. He starred in the 2004 drama movie “Black Cloud”, alongside Eddie Spears and Julia Joes, and a couple of his following roles were in the 2004 sports movie “Friday Night Lights”, the 2006 family adventure film “Flicka”, and the 2007 action thriller movie “The Kingdom”.

He has since appeared in only a couple of films, including the comedy drama “Dirty Girl” and the drama “Country Strong” both in 2010, and the science fiction “Tomorrowland” in 2015.

Tim has won numerous awards and accolades for his music, and on 17 October 2006, he received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Write A Comment

Pin It