Born on November 9, 1952, Sherrod Brown is an American politician who is serving as the current senior United States Senator from Ohio. As a member of the Democratic Party, he started his political career in 1975 as Ohio State Representative. For more information, read the article below.

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Before Fame: He attended Yale University and Ohio State University.


Family/ Relationships

Sherrod Brown Ethnicity/Religion

Born in Mansfield, Ohio, he was born to Emily and Charles Gailey Brown. He is of Scottish, Irish, German and English ethnicity. He is a Lutheran.

Sherrod Brown Affair/Married/Wife

He has been married twice in his lifetime. He was first married to Larke Umme from 1979 to 1987. They had two children together.
He married Connie Schultz in 2004. They also have two children together. He has five grandchildren. For more information, visit his twitter.


Profile / Wiki / Information

Personal Information

  • Full Name: Sherrod Campbell Brown
  • Nicknames: Sherrod Brown
  • Birthday: November 9, 1952
  • Age: 66 years old (as of Feb 2019)
  • Birthplace: Mansfield, Ohio, US
  • Current Residence: Ohio, United States
  • Education: Yale University, Ohio State University
  • Profession: Politician
  • Political Party: Democratic
  • Nationality: American
  • Ethnicity/Race: White
  • Religion:  Christianity
  • Zodiac: Scorpio
  • Spouse/Wife: Larke Ummel (1979-1987), Connie Schultz (m. 2004)
  • Children:  4

Measurements

  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: Not Available
  • Feet Size/Shoe Size: Not Available

Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • He is a Democrat.
  • He started his political career as Ohio State Representative.
  • He is of Scottish, Irish, German and English ancestry.
  • He became an Eagle Scout in 1967.
  • He is the current senior United States from Ohio.
  • He is Lutheran.
  • He has four children and five grandchildren.
  • Visit our site for more updates.

Memorable Quotes:

When the federal government invests in education, it should support quality education and career readiness rather than institutions that make empty promises.