Whitney Sudler-Smith (Southern Charm) Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth
Whitney Sudler-Smith Biography
Whitney Sudler-Smith is an American classically trained guitarist, television director, and filmmaker. He is the Initiator, Executive Producer, and previous full cast member of Bravo’s Southern Charm, a “reality docu-series” about life in Charleston, South Carolina, and also on the Savannah and New Orleans spin-off shows he is known as its executive producer.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Age
Whitney Sudler-Smith was born in Washington, D.C., the United States on 2 June 1968. He is 54 years old.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Height
Whitney stands at an average height of 6 feet and 0 inches/1.85 m tall.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Education
Whitney attended Georgetown Day School, then he studied and graduated from George Washington University, and studied at Oxford University and the Alliance Française in Paris.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Family
Whitney’s parents are Patricia Altschul who is a socialite and prominent art dealer at the time and Lon Hayes Smith. He hasnt said much on details regarding whether he has any siblings or not, will soon update this segment.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Wife
Whitney has been in several relationships first with Kathryn Dennis before the start of season six, then he hit up a serious relationship with Larissa Marolt, an Austrian actress, and they also separated, and lastly, it was speculated that he had been seeing Madison LeCroy, but Madison admitted she has a boyfriend to US Weekly.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Net Worth
Whitney’s approximated net worth is $2 million.
Whitney Sudler-Smith Southern Charm
In 1996, after he arrived in Los Angeles, he directed two small films Going for Afternoon Delight and Baroque. He released a “redneck buddy comedy” starring Elisa Gabrielli and Jesse Borrego titled Bubba and Ike, and in 1998, it was first screened at the Austin Film festival.
He also wrote and directed Torture TV, another Indie film that starred Danny Huston and Trevor Goddard in 2002, he also is a screenwriter. He directed the documentary Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston about Roy Halston, the famous fashion designer who helped to create the casual chic look in 2010.
He is the Initiator, Executive Producer, and previous full cast member of Bravo’s Southern Charm, a “reality docu-series” about life in Charleston, South Carolina, and also on the Savannah and New Orleans spin-off shows he is known as its executive producer.