Born on January 7, 1963, Rand Paul is an American politician and physician who is serving as the junior United States Senator from Kentucky since 2011. As a member of the Republican Party, he entered politics by running for a seat in the US Senate in 2010.

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He is also a physician who specializes in Cataract and glaucoma surgeries. For more information, read the article below.

Before Fame: He attended Baylor University and Duke University.

Family/ Relationships

Rand Paul Ethnicity/Religion/Father

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he is the son of Ron Paul, an politician and physician and Carol. He is the middle child of five. He is a Christian.

Rand Paul Affair/Married/Wife

He is married to Kelley Paul, a freelance writer. The couple has three sons together ad reside in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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Profile / Wiki / Information

Personal Information

  • Full Name: Randal Howard Paul
  • Nicknames: Rand Paul
  • Birthday: January 7, 1963
  • Age: 56 years old (as of March 2019)
  • Birthplace: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US
  • Current Residence: Kentucky, US
  • Education: Baylor University, Duke University
  • Profession: Politician, physician
  • Nationality: American
  • Ethnicity/Race: White
  • Religion: Christian
  • Zodiac: Capricorn
  • Spouse/Wife: Kelley Ashby (m. 1990)
  • Children: 3

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  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: Not Available

Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • He is a Republican.
  • His father, Ron Paul, is also a politician and physician and was a US Representative from Texas and ran for President of the United States three times.
  • He is a physician who specializes in cataract and glaucoma surgeries.
  • He is also an author and co-authored the book called The Tea Party Goes to Washington.
  • He entered politics by running for a seat in the US Senate.
  • He has described himself as a Constitutional conservative and a supporter of the Tea Party movement.

Memorable Quotes:

The government has a history of not treating people fairly, from the internment of Japanese Americans in World War II to African-Americans in the Civil Rights era.