Jennifer McCarthy is a versatile American actress, model, author, TV host, and satellite radio broadcaster. She is also an active anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist. Jenny McCarthy Measurements are 38-24-35 and 5 feet 6 ½ inches tall.
She was born on November 1, 1972, in Illinois, Chicago. McCarthy is 2nd among four sisters. Jenny went for Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School. Her mother, Linda, was a homemaker, and father Dan McCarthy, was a steel man foreman. She dropped out of Southern Illinois University due to lack of funds and soon after landed in the chance to model for magazine Playboy in 1993.
She was named “Playmate of the year” in 1994. Soon after, her acting and hosting career started like Scream 3 (2000) and Basketball (1998). Meanwhile, she remains active in Modeling. She has also written books on parenting and motherhood and strongly promotes the idea that vaccines cause autism. Here are a few insights about Jenny McCarthy’s measurements and private life.
Jenny McCarthy Personal Details
|Real Name||Jennifer Ann McCarthy|
|Date of Birth||November 1, 1972|
|Place of Birth||Illinois, Chicago, USA|
|Profession / Occupation||Actress, Model, Host, activist|
Jenny McCarthy Measurements
|Height||5 feet 6 ½ inches|
|Breast Size||34 inches|
|Bra, Cup Size||34D|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Dress Size||4 (US)|
Jenny McCarthy Family Details
|Spouse / Husband Name||Donnie Wahlberg|
|Father Name||Dan McCarthy|
|Mother Name||Linda McCarthy|
Jenny McCarthy Net worth:
Jenny McCarthy’s net worth until 2020 is $ 13.6 million. Jenny McCarthy has hard-earned this money from her different careers. According to some resources, net worth is around 25 $, and that can be true if we add her net value and her husband’ Donnie Wahlberg net worth.
Interesting facts about Jenny McCarthy:
- She won awards as Playboy Playmate of the Month in 1993 and Playboy Playmate of the year 1994. She also won the VGX Award for Big Name in the Game Female 2008 (Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3)
- She has become an activist promoting environmental causes and alternative medical treatments for autism, specifically after her son was diagnosed with autism.
- Media and critics labeled her as the “nation’s most prominent purveyor of anti-vaxxer ideology, but she dismissed it preferred the term “pro-safe-vaccine-schedule.”
- She is a proud author of best-seller books on Autism “Louder than Words: A mother’s Journey in Healing Autism (200&) and Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds (2008)