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Chris Moneymaker Biography

Chris Moneymaker

Facts of Chris Moneymaker

Date of Birth: 1975 , November-21
Birth Nation: United States
Name Arwa Damon
Birth Name Christopher John Matthews
Father George H. Damon, Jr
Mother Joumana Damon
Nationality Arab-American
Birth Place/City Boston, Massachusetts
Ethnicity White
Profession Correspondent
Working For CNN
Net Worth $ 3 million
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Brown
Face Color White
Weight in KG N/A
Famous for News anchor
Married Yes
Married to Kathleen Matthews (m. 1980)
Children 3
Divorce N/A
Education Robert College, Skidmore College
Awards News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki,Instagram
TV Show International Desk
Nick Name Chris
Body Measurements 34-27-35
Breast Size 34
Waist size 26 in
Hip Size 32 in
Neck Size 9.4
Shoe Size 10
Salary $5 million
Books Tip and the Gipper: When Politics Worked
Music Group Alabama
Albums Southern Drawl
Siblings Jim Matthews
Affair with Brice Laine

Quick Timeline of Chris Moneymaker

1975 Born in Tennessee, United States of America
2003 Worked as a comptroller
2003 Won 2003 World Series of Poker
2004 Divorced with his first wife
2005 Married to Christina Wren
2004 Finished second on the World Poker Tour
2005 Published his first autobiography

Detail Timeline of Chris Moneymaker

November 21 , 1975

Born in Tennessee, United States of America

Chris Moneymaker was born as Christopher Bryan Moneymaker in the mid 1970s in Tennessee, United States of America. He was also raised in Tennessee, United States. He is an American and is of white ethnicity. He has German origin. 

2003

Worked as a comptroller

He also attended University of Tennessee with a major in accounting. He also earned his master's degree in accounting from there. He worked at local restaurant as a part-time employee. He also worked as a comptroller.

2003

Won 2003 World Series of Poker

He also worked as a comptroller. In 2003, he competed at the PokerStars online poker card room and won a place into the main event of the 2003 World Series of Poker. He also became the winner of WSOP that year.

2004

Divorced with his first wife

Chris has been married twice in his life. In 2003, he became father for the first time in his life. He and his first wife welcomed a baby girl named Ashley in 2003. He got divorce with this first wife in 2004 and the reason behind their divorce is that she wanted to live a simple life.

2005

Married to Christina Wren

After Chris got divorced with his first wife, he remained single for about a year and then in 2005 he was spotted with Christina Wren. They got married in April 2005. As a loving spouse, they are residing in Nashville, Tennessee.

2004

Finished second on the World Poker Tour

Chris Moneymaker is an American poker player. In 2004, he competed at World Poker Tour where he won $200,000. He has also competed at the 2008 World Championship of Online Poker where he was 6th placed. 

2005

Published his first autobiography

He is also an author of the book Moneymaker: How an Amateur Poker Player Turned $40 into $2.5 Million at the World Series of Poker. A decade later in 2015, he published his second book titled Chris Moneymaker: A True Story. 

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Chris has been married twice in his life. In 2003, he became father for the first time in his life. He and his first wife welcomed a baby girl named Ashley in 2003. He got divorce with this first wife in 2004 and the reason behind their divorce is that she wanted to live a simple life.

After Chris got divorced with his first wife, he remained single for about a year and then in 2005 he was spotted with Christina Wren. They got married in April 2005. As a loving spouse, they are residing in Nashville, Tennessee. Beside these, there is no any information about his extra affairs and girlfriend.

As a child, Chris was enrolled at Farragut High School. With the completion of his high school graduation, he began pursuing his higher education. He also attended University of Tennessee with a major in accounting. He worked at local restaurant as a part-time employee. He also worked as a comptroller. In 2003, he competed at the PokerStars online poker card room and won a place into the main event of the 2003 World Series of Poker. He also became the winner of WSOP that year. In 2004, he competed at World Poker Tour where he won $200,000. The actual figure about his net worth and salary is unknown.