Pat Boone- Wiki, Age, Ethnicity, Wife, Height, Net Worth, Career

Pat Boone

Patrick Charles Eugene Boone is the birth name of this American singer, composer, actor, writer, television personality, motivational speaker, and spokesman. Pat Boone is another nickname for him. He is an American based on his birthplace. This person is from Jacksonville, Florida, in the United States. Check out the section below for more information.

Quick Facts

Real NamePatrick Charles Eugene Boone
Tag NamePat Boone
ProfessionAmerican singer, composer, actor, writer, television personality, motivational speaker, and spokesman
Birth LocationJacksonville, Florida, United States
Birthday1 June 1934
Age as in 202389 years old
Height1.71 m
Heights in Feet5 feet and 7 inches
Height(s) cm171 cm
Weight(s)69 kg
Weight in Pound152 pounds
Dating HistoryTo be Updated
Marital StatusDivorced
SpouseShirley Boone
m. 19532019
Daughter and SonYes (Debby Boone, Cherry Boone, Laurey Boone, Linda Boone)
Net Worths$55 million

Pat Boone Biography

According to our research, Pat Boone’s birthday is on June 1st, 1934. He is currently 89 years old. He was born in the United States, in Jacksonville, Florida.

Pat Boone Height And Weight

Pat Boone stands almost 1.71 m tall. His weight is roughly 69 kg. We have included his current weight value here, but it is subject to change at any time.

Pat Boone
Young Pat Boone (Source: Pinterest)


Boone used to sing in Centennial Park in Nashville during his early career. In 1954, he signed with Republic Records and began recording music for them. Dot Records signed him one year later.

When his rendition of Fat Domino’s “Ain’t That a Shame” became popular, he rose to fame. He would then continue to cover songs by black R&B singers for most white Americans.

The cover of “I Almost Lost My Mind” was one of Boone’s biggest hits. Only Elvis Presley was more famous. Boone went on to become one of the most well-known celebrities of the 1950s, signing numerous product endorsements. The majority of his songs were covers of songs by black artists.

He was a devout Christian, and his professional choices reflected that. Due to his conservatism, Boone declined an offer to co-star with Marilyn Monroe. Later, his conservatism would lead him to support Republicans, as he was a believer in Obama-related conspiracy theories.

He also appeared in films such as God’s Not Dead 2, The Greatest Story Ever Told, and Journey to the Center of the Earth. These turned out to be some of his most profitable ventures.

Pat Boone Wife, Marriage

Pat Boone married Shirley Lee Foley one year after graduating from high school, on a November day in 1953. Shirley was the daughter of Red Foley and Judy Martin, both of whom were musicians: Red Foley was a country singer, and Judy Martin was a singer.

When Foley and Boone married, they were 19 years old. Their marriage has seen its fair share of ups and downs. Boone revealed that his marriage to Foley had ended in divorce in the 1960s due to his alcoholism and penchant for parties. Foley, on the other hand, became acquainted with the Charismatic Movement, which allowed her to become more focused on her religion. She was able to persuade Pat and her four daughters to follow suit.

Shirley was also a recording artist and television personality, though she was less well-known than her husband. She died of vasculitis in 2019 at the age of 84.

Pat Boone’s Net Worth

Pat Boone has a net worth of $55 million as of February 2024. He earned all this money through his singing and acting career. He has been living a lavishing lifestyle for a very long time.