Facts of Marla Maples
|Full Name:||Marla Maples|
|Net Worth:||$10 million|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches|
|Profession:||Actress, television personality, presenter, film producer|
|Kids:||Tiffany Ariana Trump|
|Father:||Stanley Edward Maples|
|Mother:||Ann Locklear Maples|
Marla Maples is a well-known actress, television personality, film producer, presenter, and model from the United States. Marla Maples is known as Donald Trump’s second wife; they married in 1993, had one daughter, Tiffany, and divorced in 1999.
How old is Marla Maples?
Marla Maples, full name Marla Ann Maples, was born on October 27, 1963, in Cohutta, Georgia, United States. She will be 57 years old in the year 2020. She was born to Ann Locklear Maples (1940–2014) and Stanley Edward Maples. Her mother was a homemaker and model, and her father is a real estate developer, county commissioner, singer, and songwriter. Maples attended Northwest Whitfield High School in Tunnel Hill, Georgia. She played basketball and was the class secretary there.
During her senior year, she was crowned the 1980–1981 homecoming queen, and she even returned for the 1991 homecoming to crown the school’s new queen. Maples went on to compete in beauty pageants and beauty contests after graduating from high school in 1981. She also won the Miss Resaca Beach Poster Girl Contest in 1983, Miss Georgia USA in 1984, and Miss Hawaiian Tropic in 1985. She later enrolled at the University of Georgia in 1981, but dropped out before graduating.
Who is Marla Maples’s Husband?
Maples is well-known for her marriage to Donald Trump. The relationship began while Trump was married to his first wife, Ivana; the couple divorced in December 1991. Maples met Trump in 1989 and had a highly publicized relationship with at least one breakup. When Trump appeared on the front page of the New York Post eight days in a row, one headline claimed that Maples had the “best sex I’ve ever had” with Trump. Tiffany Ariana Trump was born on October 13, 1993, to the couple.
Furthermore, according to Maples, the 1993 Long Island Rail Road shooting on December 7 caused Trump to reevaluate his life and propose to her. They married on December 20, 1993, at New York City’s Plaza Hotel. The ceremony was attended by 1,000 people, including Rosie O’Donnell and O. J. Simpson. Later that year, Trump fired his bodyguard Spencer Wagner after a police officer discovered Maples and the bodyguard together under a lifeguard stand on a deserted beach at 4:00 a.m
Despite reports in the National Enquirer and other tabloids, Maples and Trump both denied that she was having an affair. In addition, the bodyguard told contradictory stories about the incident. Maples and Trump separated in May 1997 and divorced on June 8, 1999. Furthermore, Maples is bound by a confidentiality agreement regarding their marriage under the terms of their prenuptial agreement and divorce settlement.
How tall is Marla Maples?
Maples has lovely green eyes and blonde hair. She is 5ft 8in (1.73 m) tall and weighs about 59 kg (130 lbs). Her body measurements (breast-waist-hip) are 35-24-35 inches, and she wears a size 4 dress (US).
Career line of Marla Maples
- Maples appeared as a special guest timekeeper at WWF WrestleMania VII in 1991. It was during the main event match between Hulk Hogan and defending WWF Champion Sgt. Slaughter.
- Similarly, Maples made a cameo appearance as herself in the hit television series Designing Women that year. Later that year, in August 1992, Maples was cast as “Ziegfeld’s Favorite” in the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical The Will Rogers Follies.
- Furthermore, Maples made a cameo appearance alongside then-husband Donald Trump in an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and the television series, Something Wilder 1994 in 1994. She also co-hosted the Miss Universe Pageants in 1996 and 1997, as well as the Miss USA Pageant in 1997.
- Maples also appeared in the films Maximum Overdrive (1986), Executive Decision (1996), For Richer or Poorer (1997), Happiness (1998), Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish (1998), and Black and White (1999).
- Similarly, Two of Hearts (1999), Loving Annabelle (2006), A Christmas Too Many (2007), and A Nanny for Christmas (2008) (2010). She later returned to New York for Love, Loss, and What I Wore, an off-Broadway production in 2011. Oprah: Where Are They Now? featured her in 2013.
- Following that, she starred in Switching Lanes, directed by Thomas Mikal Ford.
- Furthermore, on March 8, 2016, Maples competed on season 22 of Dancing with the Stars alongside her Switching Lanes co-star, Kim Fields.
- She was paired with professional dancer Tony Dovolani. They were eliminated in Week 4 of the competition and finished in 10th place. On March 11, 2016, Maples joined the women of ABC’s morning talk show The View as a guest co-host.
- Maples is also a keynote speaker with the London Speakers Bureau, focusing on inspiring women, wellness, spirituality, and motivation. Maples was featured at the 2018 Summer of Peace Summit, and she also spoke at the 2018 Global Summit on Science, Spirituality, and the Environment in India.
- Similarly, Maples was a guest speaker on Paula Faris’ Journeys of Faith podcast in 2018. Maples even hosted her own talk radio show, Awakening with Marla, on Contact Talk Radio, with guests including naturopathic doctors, authors, and astrologers.
- Maples released her debut album, The Endless, in August 2013. Maples appeared in an advertisement for No Excuses jeans in 1990. Similarly, in 1993, she designed a line of maternity clothing that was sold in several major department stores.
- She is also a long-time supporter of Kids Creating Peace, an organization that brings Israeli and Palestinian children together.
- Maples also serves on the advisory board of AWARENYC.org. She enthusiastically supports The Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine and serves on its Steering Committee.
Awards of Marla Maples
Maples won a “Hollywood Music in Media Award” in December 2012 for best New Age/Ambient song for “House of Love,” from her album (The Endless). Marla Maples has a total net worth of $10 million as a result of her successful career. After her divorce from Trump, she was awarded a $5 million settlement under their prenuptial agreement. After adjusting for inflation, it comes to around $8 million. At one point, she was only to receive $1 million. However, she eventually fought legally to have the amount raised to $5 million, in accordance with the terms of their most recent prenup.