Biography / Wiki
An American former politician Trey Gowdy grabbed the limelight when he decided to leave Congress for which he had received mixed feelings due to his strained relations with former President Donald Trump. From 2011 to 2019, he has served as the US Representative for South Carolina’s 4th congressional district.
He is a versatile personality known for being an attorney, television news personality, and former federal prosecutor. He has managed and prosecuted many high-profile cases due to which his family was often threatened and also needed special security.
He had led the US House Select Committee on Benghazi which discovered the presence of Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Height / Weight / Age
Trey Gowdy is 175 cm and in feet inches, his height is 5’9” tall. He is a prominent personality that weighs 70 kg in Kilograms or 154 lbs in Pounds. In August 2021, he has turned 57 years old. He has a twinkling blue color eye and salt & pepper color spooky hair.
He has a stunning physique with the following body measurements 42 inches chest, 34 inches waist, and 34 inches hips. His biceps size is 15 inches whereas his shoe size is 9 (US).
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Trey Gowdy is still not evaluated but his annual earning is $174K USD approximately.
Education / Family
Born on August 24th, 1984 the birth name of Trey Gowdy is Harold Watson Gowdy |||. He is the son of Harold Watson “Hal” Gowdy Jr and Novalene Evans. Being a native of South Carolina he was raised in Spartanburg.
For elementary education, he has attended Spartanburg High School. He has earned a BA in history from Baylor University. In the year 1989, he also received his JD from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
|Real Name||Trey Gowdy|
|Birth Place||Greenville, South Carolina, USA|
|Date Of Birth||August 24, 1964|
|Age||57 years (as in 2021)|
|Height||In centimeters – 175 cm
In feet inches – 5’9”
|Weight||In kilograms – 70 kg
In pounds – 154 lbs
|Hair Color||Salt & pepper|
|School||Spartanburg High School|
|Home Town||South Carolina, USA|
|Fathers Name||Harold Watson “Hal” Gowdy Jr|
|Mothers Name||Novalene Evans|
Career / Fashion And Style
Trey Gowdy had started his career as a judicial law clerk for John P. Gardner and federal judge G. Ross Anderson. Later, he practiced privately and became a US federal prosecutor in April 1994. He has worked on a variety of federal crimes such as bank robberies, child pornography, and narcotics trafficking.
For successful prosecution of J Mark Allen, he was honored with the Postal Inspector’s Award. To run for 7th Circuit Solicitor, he had to leave the US Attorney’s office. He had defeated Holman Gossett and was re-elected in 2004 and 2008. In 2009, he stood against Republican U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis for South Carolina’s 4th congressional district.
For the same, he retained the seat in 2012, 2014, and 2016. In 2011, during US debt-ceiling crisis, he opposed the defense authorization bill and John Boehner’s debt limit bill.
He had signed ‘Contract from America’ that allows congressional candidates to follow ten agenda items like reduction of taxes, simplification of the tax system, controlling annual growth in federal spending, demanding balanced federal budget, and many others.
In May 2018, he had challenged Donald Trump’s accusation on his 2016 presidential campaign. He became the chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi
Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife, and More
Trey Gowdy is married to former Miss Spartanburg Terri Gowdy. The couple has raised a daughter named Abigail and a son Watson.
|Wife||Terri (nee Dillard) Gowdy
|Children||Son – Watson
Daughter – Abigail
Some Interesting Facts About Trey Gowdy
- Trey Gowdy had also appeared in the TV programs such as SCETV, Dateline NBC, and Forensic Files.
- His wife was the 2nd runner up for Miss South Carolina and was a primary teacher in Spartanburg School District.
- His son’s video singing the n-word went viral in 2015.
- During his teenage, he distributed Herald-Journal newspapers and worked at the local markets.
- In 2014, he introduced ENFORCE the Law Act.