Thomas James Burris Bio, Age, Nationality, Parents, Siblings, Height, Net Worth

Thomas James Burris stands 5 feet 11 inches and weighs 69kg.

Thomas James Burris Bio, Age, Nationality, Parents, Siblings, Height, Net Worth

Facts of Thomas James Burris

Full Name:Thomas James Burris
Birth Place:United States
Marital Status:Widow
Husband / Wife Name:Karen Carpenter
Height / How tall? : 5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)
Hair Color:Light Blonde
Eye Color:Blue
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Thomas James Burris is a real estate entrepreneur, although he is best known for being the late famous singer Karen Carpenter’s ex-husband from 1980 to 1983.

Thomas James Burris: Bio, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity

He was born in the United States; however, the media is unaware of his exact birthplace and date.

All about Thomas James Burris’s Career

Karen Carpenter was a well-known musician and singer who, along with her brother Richard Carpenter, co-founded the Carpenters duo.

The team was extremely successful, with 10 gold singles, nine gold albums, and three Grammy Awards to their credit.

They had numerous successful singles, including “Close To You,” “Goodbye To Love,” “Rainy Days And Mondays,” and “Yesterday Once More.” Karen was named one of Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 best vocalists of all time as a result of her achievements in the music industry.

Net Worth and Salary

When it comes to his net worth, there is no information in the public concerning Thomas’ career, thus we don’t know how much money he has.

We can presume he shared his wife’s net worth during their brief marriage because he spent practically all of her money, leaving her with only a few stocks. Karen, on the other hand, left all she owned to her family, so he was left with nothing.

Relationship Status: Divorced?

Through his marriage to Karen Carpenter, Thomas James Burris became extremely well-known. They met over a dinner in Ma Maison restaurant in 1980 and began dating shortly after, marrying in the Beverly Hills Hotel’s Crystal Room the following year.

Karen’s marriage turned out to be a tremendous blunder very immediately. The couple did not have any children since Thomas told Karen just a few days before their wedding that he was unable to do so because he had undergone a vasectomy, which devastated Karen because she desperately wanted to become a mother.
Simultaneously, he was reportedly nasty to her, referring to her as a “bag of bones.” As a result, she filed for divorce the following year. It was apparently one of the factors that led to her developing anorexia, an eating condition that resulted in a slew of health problems, including heart failure and death.
She died on the 4th of February, 1983, just as they were finalizing their divorce.

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