Kimberly Woolen Biography
|Date of Birth:||1959 , April-3|
|Age:||62 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Kimberly Woolen|
|Net Worth||$50 million (late husband)|
|Famous for||Dancer and wife of wife of the late musician, Glen Campbell|
|Married to||Late Glen Campbell|
|Children||Cal Campbell (born on 1983), Shannon Campbell (born on 1985), and Ashley Campbell (born on 1986)|
Kimberly Woolen is an American dancer widely recognized as the widow of the late musician, Glen Campbell. She is popularly known by her nick-name, Kim. Kim also featured in two Radio City Music Hall shows and Jones Beach production of The Music Man.
Her husband Campbell died in Nashville on August 8, 2017. He was 81. Kim currently lives with her three children in Tennessee.
Early Life and Age
Kimberly Woolen was born on April 3, 1959, in the United States of America. She holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. As of 2020, she is currently 62 years old.
Kim learned to dance from an early age and always wanted to pursue her career in an entertainment fraternity. She performed at Radio City Music Hall as a dancer. She also appeared in the Jones Beach production of The Music Man.
On the other side, her late husband Glen Campbell is a popular American singer, musician, songwriter, as well as an actor, but he died on August 8, 2017, due to Alzheimer’s.
Kimberly Woolen's Salary And Net Worth
Kim was mostly engaged in caring for her children after she became married to Campbell, so she didn't continue her career at dancing, so her earnings are insignificant to mention. She has not disclosed her net worth yet.
However, her husband earned a staggering amount of money with his profession. He had a net worth of $50 million at the time of his death, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
In 2013, the pair had listed their Malibu house for $3.995 million and they sold the house for $4.45 million. However, her present net worth is unknown.
Her husband had a great career as a singer, guitarist, songwriter, television host, and actor. He hosted a music and comedy variety show called The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour on CBS television, from January 1969 through June 1972.
Glen Campbell spent several years as a studio musician playing with the group of instrumentalists later known as "the Wrecking Crew". As a solo artist, he placed a total of 80 different songs on either the Billboard Country Chart, Billboard Hot 100.
Is She Dating Anyone Husband Glen Campbell Died
Kimberly Woolen is living a single life at present, however, she was in a long-term marital relationship with her husband and the late musician Glen Campbell.
Kim has been living a single life since her husband Campbell died last year at home in Nashville, Tennessee. The couple exchanged their vows in 1982 at the North Phoenix Baptist Church in Arizona.
The pair first met in 1981 on a blind date when both of them were in their early 20's. According to People Magazine, on their date, they had dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria with Campbell’s parents. Campbell's banjo player, Carl Jackson, was the matchmaker.
On their first meet, Kim wasn't familiar with his music and didn't take him seriously. However, after frequent meetings, the couple fell in love with one another. Recalling the first meeting once Glen said that,
I didn’t take it seriously. I thought it was just a date. But as soon as I met her, I knew there was something special about her.
Adding the statement he also said that, after seeing her I immediately like her and was not able to get her out of her mind.
The duo shared three children, Cal Campbell (born on 1983), Shannon Campbell (born on 1985), and Ashley Campbell (born in 1986) and all of their children have performed onstage.
Woolen was the fourth wife of Campbell and prior to her, Campbell was married to Diane Kirk, Billie Jean Nunley, Sarah Barg with whom he had five children. In 2008, she joined a Baptist church in Phoenix along with her husband.
How Did Glen Campbell Died?
On August 8, 2017, Woolen lost her husband, Campbell at Nashville, Tennessee. Campbell died at 81 of Alzheimer which he was diagnosed with six years before.
Previously, he became a patient at an Alzheimer's long-term care and treatment facility. he was also featured in the documentary I'LL BE ME which examined Alzheimer's and how it affected his musical performances during his final tour across the United States with his wife, Kim, and family.
Just days after Campbell's death, his family members got into the bitter family legal battle over the singer's £40million fortune. which overshadowed the legendary singer's death.