Shaherah White
Nina White
Melva White

Accordingly, who is Barry White's son?

Barry White Jr. Darryl White

Also, what did Barry White die of? High blood pressure (hypertension)

Likewise, people ask, who is Barry White's wife?

Glodean White m. 1974–2003 Betty Smith m. 1962–1965

Why did Barry White and glodean separate?

Although Barry and his second wife Glodean had been separated for many years, they had not divorced, therefore Glodean inherited his estate. When she told Glodean that she planned to secure her rights as an omitted child, she was told that she would receive her share of the estate just like the other beneficiaries.

Related Question Answers

Where did Barry White die?

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, United States

What was Barry White's net worth?

Barry White net worth: Barry White was an American singer-songwriter who had an estimated net worth of $20 million dollars.

When did Barry White get married?

July 4, 1974

(Glodean White)

November 18, 1962

(Betty Smith)

When did Barry White Pass?

July 4, 2003

What age did Barry White die?

58 years (1944–2003)

How old is Barry White's wife?

Glodean Beverly White (born Glodean Beverly James, October 16, 1946) is an American R&B singer, who was married to Barry White. In the 1980s, Glodean White made numerous appearances on Soul Train and the Soul Train Music Awards. She was also part of the singing trio, Love Unlimited. In 1974, she married Barry White.

Is Barry White the singer still alive?

Deceased (1944–2003)

How tall was Barry White?

1.92 m

Where did Barry White Live?

Galveston

Where is Barry White from?

Galveston, Texas, United States

What band was Barry White in?

The Love Unlimited Orchestra
1972 – 2003

Why was Barry White called the Walrus of Love?

His trademark sound found him singing intimate odes over billowing orchestral cushions and Latin-tinged rhythms. The results greatly influenced disco, and his raspy bedroom baritone and huge girth led to the nickname “the walrus of love“. Thus did he become one of the era's greatest, if most unlikely, sex symbols.