Tish Cyrus Biography
Tish Cyrus, birth name Leticia jean Finley, is a famous American director and an actress. Regarding her ethnicity and nationality, she is a white American Actor-director. Other than being a famous actress she is also the mother of famous Disney actress turned pop sensation, Miley Cyrus. She was once married to singer Billy ray Cyrus with whom she has five children Brandy Cyrus, aka trace Cyrus, Miley Ray Cyrus, Braison Cyrus, Noah Ray Cyrus. Other than being an actress and director Tish is a successful entrepreneur.
Tish Cyrus was married to Baxter Neal Helson and was blessed with two children. She gave birth to her first child Brandi Cyrus at the age of 20 in 1987. Again At the age of 21, she gave birth to her second child Trace Dempsey Cyrus in 1988. The couple got divorced after two short years of married life together and Tish was married to Billy Ray Cyrus on December 28, 1993, after giving birth to She gave birth to her third baby, Miley Cyrus on 13 September 1992. The family later adopted her two children from the previous wedding. Tish had a fourth child at 26 and fifth at 32; Braison Cyrus and Noah Lindsey Cyrus.
Tish was in a long-running relationship with Billy, and the couple invited Miley Cyrus to their life before they were married. On the other hand, Billy Ray Cyrus already had a son from his previous marriage.
Billy and Tish filed divorce twice but still managed to solve the complication. However, the couple is separated now. She has produced many films with her daughter Miley and her current net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.
born on united states
Tish was born in United States of America. Glenmore Finley and Loretta Jean Palmer Finely are her parents. She is from white ethnicity and her birth name is Leticia jean Finley. She is successful director as well as an actress.Edit
gave birth to Miley Ray Cyrus
She gave birth to her third baby Miley Ray Cyrus. Her birth name was Destiny Hope Cyrus. She is popular American actress as well as singer. Her favorite novel is “Don’t Die, My Love” by Lurlene McDaniel.Edit