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Gary Clark Jr. is an American musician who made a mark in rock and soul music. He is a recipient of multiple Grammy awards and is known for his song, “Please Come Home” (2019). He is not just a singer but also a guitarist, an actor, and a film director.
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Gary Clark Jr is active since the year 1996 in the world of music. He worked for Warner Bros and Hotwire Unlimited. He is known for his live performances and admired for the same. He also starred in Honeydripper (2007) and appears in Chef (2014), Miles Ahead (2015), and in a Netflix series, Marvel’s Luke Cage (2018).
Family and Personal Life
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Gary Clark Jr is married to his long-time girlfriend, Nicole Trunfio. Nicole was an Australian supermodel then. They met at Coachella in 2012 and tied notes on 19 April 2016 in the presence of their one-year-old son, Zion Clark. Zion Clark has two younger sisters, Gia Clark and Emma Wolf. Clark Jr and Trunfio bought a 50-acre horse ranch in Kyle, Texas, in 2016, and this ranch served as an inspiration for his famous album, “This Land,” which was released in 2019.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Nicole Trunfio (m. 2016)|
|Children/Kids||Yes (Zion Clark, Gia Clark, and Ella Wolf)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Gary Lee Clark, Jr.|
|Age (as of today)||39 years|
|Date of Birth||February 15, 1984|
|Place of Birth||Austin, Texas|
|Weight||72 kg, 158.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$5 Million|
|Occupation||Actor, Film Director, Guitarist, Singer|
Height, Weight, and Age
Gary Clark, Jr. weighs 72 kg. Being born on February 15, 1984, translates to an age of 39 years as of todays date (July 16, 2023).
I’m somewhat of a hoarder. I keep everything.Gary Clark, Jr.
I don’t think anything can touch the expressive range of the guitar.Gary Clark, Jr.
For a black male, the sound of the blues is pre-Civil Rights. It’s oppression.Gary Clark, Jr.
There’s nothing like a music festival. People are ready to have a good time. I don’t think anyone comes to a festival going, ‘I’m gonna be a complete bummer today.’Gary Clark, Jr.
The guys in my band buy instruments and sell and trade them. But if I have something I hang onto it. Everything is sentimental to me.Gary Clark, Jr.