Connie Kline Bio, Age, Husband, Daughter, Relationship, Net Worth, Career

Connie Kline Biography

Connie Kline is an American retired US Air Force veteran and an accountant who is publicly known for being the ex-wife of American actor, singer, songwriter, comedian, and television presenter Jamie Foxx.

How old is Connie Kline? – Age

Kline is 49 years old as of 29 March 2021. She was born in 1972 in the California United States of America.

Connie Kline Family – Husband

Kline began a relationship with actor Jamie Foxx (Eric Marlon Bishop) in 1993. The couple has a daughter Corinne Marie Bishop, who was born on 15 February 1994. Their daughter was named Miss Golden Globe 2016.

Connie Kline Net Worth

Kline has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Connie Kline, her ex husband and her daughter
Connie Kline, her ex husband and her daughter

Connie Kline Daughter

Her daughter Corinne Marie Bishop is a model, actress, and television producer who studied Sierra Canyon High School, University of Southern California (USC), and various acting schools. She made a cameo in The Jamie Foxx Show when she was six years old, and she was her father’s red carpet date regularly as she grew up. She was Miss Golden Globe in 2016 and appeared on the show Sweet/Vicious. She has a role in her father’s directorial debut, All-Star Weekend, and was announced as the DJ for the second season of Beat Shazam in 2018. On May 20, 2019, she returned to her DJ role on Beat Shazam for its third season premiere.

In November 2014, she made her formal modeling debut at the Bal des débutantes. She began modeling in 2014 and worked for Ralph Lauren, Dolce & Gabbana, Kenneth Cole, and Wet ‘n’ Wild cosmetics. In 2016, she walked for Kanye West’s Yeezy line at New York Fashion Week, and in September 2017, she walked for Sherri Hill’s Spring 2018 line at New York Fashion Week. She starred as Sasha in the horror sequel 47 Meters Down: Uncaged in 2019.

Connie Kline EX- Husband Career

He is the son of Darrell Bishop and Louise Annette Talley Dixon, who used to work as stockbrokers. Foxx was adopted by his mother’s adoptive parents, Estelle Marie, a domestic worker and nursery operator, and Mark Talley, a yard worker, shortly after his birth. His birth parents, who were not involved in his upbringing, have had little contact with him. Foxx grew up in Terrell’s black neighborhood, which was racially segregated at the time. His grandmother’s influence in his life has often been cited as one of the most important factors in his success.

Foxx began playing the piano at the age of five. He was raised in a strict Baptist home and worked part-time as a pianist and choir leader at Terrell’s New Hope Baptist Church as a teenager. As a third-grader, his natural talent for telling jokes was on display when his teacher used him as a reward: if the class behaved well, Foxx would tell jokes. Foxx went to Terrell High School, where he excelled academically and participated in basketball and football. He aspired to play for the Dallas Cowboys, and he was the first player in school history to throw for over 1,000 yards. He was also a member of the Leather and Lace band. Foxx received a scholarship after graduating from high school. Foxx received a scholarship to United States International University after graduating from high school, where he studied musical and performing arts composition.