An actor, songwriter and country music singer, Mac Davis is currently married to Lise Gerard since 1982. He graduated from high school and attended Emory University and Georgia State College. Mac Davis was featured prominently at Nancy Sinatra's recording company, which was called Boots Enterprises. He has released hits like "Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me". Mac Davis wrote songs for Elvis Presley-like "Memories" and "In The Ghetto."
Mac Davis was awarded a star symbol on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was previously married to Fran Cook (1963 - 1968). After that, he married Sarah Barg on 18 February 1970 but the couple ended their marriage relationship in 1976. Mac Davis is currently married to nurse Lise Gerard since 1982. Mac Davis is the father of three children, two sons named Joel and Cody and a daughter named Noah.
Early Life Of Mac Davis
Mac Davis was born as Morris Mac Davis in Lubbock, Texas on January 21, 1942. His parents are Edith Irene and T. J. Davis. During his teens, he began performing in local rock bands.
Davis completed his schooling at Lubbock High School. He had a tough childhood and later joined the Golden Gloves.
Mac Davis' Career
Mac Davis was initially a member of the group Zots. He soon became a popular songwriter and went on to write many hit songs. In 1970, he released his first album Song Painter on Columbia Records.
In the 1970s, Davis released the albums Burnin Thing, Stop and Smell the Roses, Forever Lovers, Thunder in the Afternoon, and Fantasy. His albums from the 1980s are It’s Hard to Be Humble, Forty 82, Soft Talk, and Somewhere in America.
In 1994, Davis released the album Will Write Songs for Food. He has released eight compilation albums and 38 singles.
His acting credit includes movies such as North Dallas Forty, Beer for My Horses, Jackpot, Angel’s Dance, The Sting II, Cheaper to Keep Her, and Possums. Meanwhile, he has also featured on TV as a host. He hosted The Mac Davis Show from 1974 to 1976. Moreover, he acted in TV shows such as Rodney, That 70s Show, The Client, Webster, and Tall Tales and Legends.
Davis has twice won the BMI TV Music Award. In 1998, he was honored with a Star on the Walk of Fame.
Mac Davis' Personal Life
Mac Davis has been married three times in his life. Davis took wedding vows with his current wife Lise Kristen Gerard in 1982. The couple shares two children, a son named Cody Luke and a daughter named Noah Claire.
Earlier, in 1971, he got married to his second wife Sarah Barg. The couple divorced after five years in 1976. Sarah was the former wife of Glen Campbell. Glen claimed he didn't break up their marriage and Mac was actually his friend. Speaking about the separation of Mac and Sarah, Glen said:
"I don’t know what their problem was and don’t want to know, but that marriage was over."
Moreover, from 1963-1968, Davis was married to Fran Cook. The couple shares one child, a son named Joel Scott.
Mac Davis' Net Worth
Mac Davis has an estimated net worth of $12 million. His source of income includes his salary and earnings from his career as an actor and singer-songwriter.
Davis' illustrious career has helped him make a small fortune. Since he is a veteran professional past his peak, his wealth is unlikely to rise much further.