• Anna Kate Denver born in the USA in 1976, adopted daughter of late American singer-songwriter Henry John Deutschendorf Jr.
• Raised in Aspen, Colorado; studied at local high school and Dartmouth College; married New Zealander Jaimie Hutter in 2003
• Avid painter, physically active in teenage years, loves jazz and pop music, favorite movies include "Noah" and "This Is the End"
• Brown eyes, black hair, 5'6" tall, estimated net worth of $1 million
• Her father John Denver was born in Roswell, New Mexico in 1943, released 35 studio albums and 300 songs, host of Grammys twice in the '80s, died in plane crash in 1997
Who is Anna Kate Denver?
Anna was born in the USA in 1976, but the place and date of her birth haven’t been disclosed. She’s probably only known for being the adoptive daughter of the late American singer-songwriter and guitarist Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. and his former wife, non-celebrity American Annie Martell.
John and his children – Anna Kate, Jesse Belle and Zachary
Education and early life
Anna was raised in Aspen, Colorado by her adoptive parents, alongside her adoptive brother Zachary John; their parents divorced in 1982, and after their assets had been divided, John nearly choked Annie to death, while he then cut their marital bed with a chainsaw. Anna hasn’t spoken about her biological parents, and it remains unknown if she’s aware of who they are.
Anna studied at a local high school in Aspen, and was interested in a number of activities during her teenage years, as she took dancing and singing lessons, practiced acting with the school’s drama club, and also learned to play the guitar.
She matriculated in 1994, and then enrolled at Dartmouth College, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1998.
Anna’s been keeping the details of her career away from the media’s attention – it’s believed that she worked a couple of jobs from 1998 to 2003, when she married and focused on being a housewife.
Love life and marriage
Anna prefers to keep the details of her private life away from the media’s attention, but it’s still widely known that she’s been a married woman since 2003.
She married non-celebrity New Zealander Jaimie Hutter in a rather small ceremony, attended by around 50 of their closest family members and a couple of friends; it’s believed that Jaimie and Anna were in a relationship for around seven years prior to marrying, but this hasn’t been addressed by them. It’s believed that Jaimie’s the owner of his own small construction company.
They moved to Wanaka, New Zealand in 2004; Anna gave birth to their daughter Daisy Eloise Hunter on 21 December 2011.
Anna hasn’t mentioned other men whom she’s been with, she’s married to Jaimie Hutter as of November 2022, and they have a daughter together.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Anna’s believed to be an avid painter, and some of her father’s fans have claimed to have bought pictures from her.
She was physically quite active during her teenage years, as she enjoyed running track and occasionally played soccer with her friends; Anna had multiple training sessions at the gym every week during her 20s, but it’s believed that she no longer works out nowadays.
She loves to listen to jazz and pop music, and her favorite musicians are Louis Armstrong, Charles Mingus and John Coltrane.
Anna’s favorite actresses are Emma Watson and Julia Roberts, and some of her favorite movies include “Noah”, “This Is the End” and “Regression”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Anna’s age is either 45 or 46. She has brown eyes and long black hair, her weight is 125lbs (56kgs), and she’s 5ft 6ins (1.67m) tall.
Anna’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $1 million as of November 2022, most of which she inherited following her father’ death, whose wealth was reputedly at over $60 million at the time of his passing.
Who was her father John Denver?
Henry John Deutschendorf Jr. was born in Roswell, New Mexico USA, on 31 December 1943, meaning that his zodiac sign was Capricorn. He remains remembered for his music; John released more than 35 studio albums and around 300 songs, 200 of which were composed by himself, while 33 of his albums were certified either gold or platinum by the Recording Industry Association of American (RIAA). John mostly wrote songs about the joy of nature, his love for music, and relationship trials.
He was raised in Roswell by his father Captain Henry John ‘Dutch’ Deutschendorf Sr. who passed away aged 62 in 1982, and mother Erma Louise (nee Swope) who died in 2010, aged 82; Captain Henry served as a pilot in the US Air Force.
John and his younger brother Ron were raised around the USA, as the family often moved because of their father’s job; John wasn’t happy because of this, as found it hard to make new friends. He studied at several school, eventually matriculating from Arlington Heights High School in 1962.
John was 11 when his grandmother gifted him an acoustic guitar, and it took him seven years to learn to play it well enough to often perform in local clubs. Even though he wanted to pursue music, John was persuaded by his father to enroll at Texas Tech University, but he dropped out after only a year, and moved to Los Angeles, California where he began singing in folk clubs.
He released his debut album “Rhymes & Reasons” in 1969 under RCA Records, and then two more in the following year, entitled “Whose Garden Was This” and “Take Me to Tomorrow”. He became famous with the release of his album “Poems, Prayers & Promises” in 1971, perhaps mostly thanks to its lead single “Take Me Home, Country Roads”, which peaked at #2 on the Billboard charts. John then went on to release a number of critically acclaimed albums in the remainder of the ‘70s, such as “Rocky Mountain High”, “Back Home Again” and “Windsong”.
John hosted the Grammys twice in the ‘80s, and because of his love for flying, was attracted to NASA; he was presented with a NASA Exceptional Public Service Medal in 1985. He toured around China in 1992, and two years later published his autobiography “Take Me Home”, in which he wrote about his use of various drugs, including cocaine and LSD, as well as about his marital infidelities. He married his second wife, Australian actress Cassandra Delaney in 1988, who gave birth to their daughter Jesse Belle, but they divorced in 1993, following a two-year separation.
John continued performing until 12 October 1997, when he crashed while piloting his light homebuilt plane Rutan Long-EZ. He had over 2,700 hours of flying experience and was considered a skilled pilot, however, he wasn’t legally permitted to fly at that time because he had been arrested for drunk driving on multiple occasions; it was later revealed that no traces of alcohol or drugs were found in his body; the suspicion was that he suicided.