• Laura Deibel is the first wife of the famous actor and comedian Tim Allen.
• As of early 2022, Laura Deibel’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million.
• She graduated from Western Michigan University in 1978.
• She and Tim Allen were married for 15 years and had one daughter.
• Tim Allen has had a long career in film, television and stand-up comedy, and is currently the host and producer of the History Channel reality competitive series “Assembly Required”.
- 1 Who is Laura Deibel?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Laura Deibel Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
- 4 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 5 Personal Life
- 6 Who is her ex-husband? Tim Allen Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Laura Deibel?
Laura Deibel was born on 12 November 1956 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio. in the United States; the actual place of her birth is unknown. She’s a 65-year-old celebrity wife, who is probably best recognized for being the first wife of the famous actor and comedian Tim Allen.
How rich is she, as of now? Laura Deibel Net Worth
As of early 2022, Laura Deibel’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, largely acquired through her successful career as a sales manager. Moreover, she increased her wealth through the divorce settlement from her famous husband Tim Allen, who has a fortune estimated at over $100 million, and earned in the film industry.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Laura Deibel spent her early years somewhere in the US, where she was probably raised by her parents; however, their names and professions are undisclosed, and it’s also unknown whether she has siblings or is an only child. She holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. After completing her high school education, Laura enrolled into Western Michigan University, from which she graduated in 1978. Little is known about her professional career except that she spent some time working as a sales manager before her husband became famous. Once he started getting more serious roles, she retired and became a housewife, focused on taking care of their daughter.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Laura Deibel has long light brown hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), while her weight is around 132lbs (60kgs). Information about her vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe size isn’t available.
Laura Deibel and Tim Allen met each other while they both were students at Western Michigan University and soon started dating. She supported him even at the time he was arrested for cocaine distribution in 1978; after spending three years imprisoned, he was released in 1981. The couple exchanged their wedding vows at a private ceremony held on 7 April 1984, and five years later, she gave a birth to their only child, a daughter they named Katherine.
After being married for 15 years, they separated when she filed for divorce in 1999, divorce was finalized on 1 March 2003. Since then, she has lived a very private life and has kept information about it under wraps. On the other hand, her ex-husband married actress Jane Hajduk on 7 October 2006, and the two welcomed a daughter named Elizabeth in March 2009.
Who is her ex-husband? Tim Allen Short Wiki/Bio
Tim Allen Timothy Alan Dick was born on 13 June 1953 under the zodiac sign of Gemini in Denver, Colorado USA. He was raised with his four brothers and a sister by their father Gerald M. Dick, who worked as a real estate agent, and mother Martha Katherine (nee Fox), who was a community worker. After his father’s death, his mother remarried and moved with her children to Birmingham, Michigan.
He went to Seaholm High School, and upon matriculation, enrolled into Central Michigan University, but later transferred to Western Michigan University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications in 1976.
Tim Allen launched his career as a stand-up comedian and made his debut at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle in Detroit in 1975. During the same time, he started appearing in local TV commercials and appearing in such comedy shows as “Some Semblance Of Sanity”. He then spent three years in jail, but got back to acting once he was released. He then moved to Los Angeles to perform at The Comedy Store, and soon booked his debut feature film appearance in a support role in the 1988 crime drama film “Tropical Snow”.
Rise to Prominence
In 1991, Tim Allen joined the main cast of the highly popular ABC sitcom “Home Improvement”, in which he played the main protagonist Tim Taylor, a role that skyrocketed him to fame. The series lasted for eight seasons until 1999, and for his performance, he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in Television Series Musical or Comedy, and also received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.
Concurrently, he booked other projects; he took the title role in the Disney comedy film “The Santa Clause” (1994), which was a huge commercial success, grossing nearly $190 million worldwide, and its success led to two sequels, entitled “The Santa Clause 2” (2002) and “The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause” (2006); the trilogy received the status of a holiday cult classic.
He also lent his voice to the character Buzz Lightyear in the critically acclaimed 1995 Disney blockbuster “Toy Story”, which won a Special Achievement Academy Award, and launched a series of three sequels, “Toy Story 2” (1999), “Toy Story 3” (2010), and “Toy Story 4” (2019), in all of which he reprised the role. The franchise is the fourth-highest-grossing animated franchise, with over $3 billion box office takings worldwide.
In 1997, Tim took the part of Michael Cromwell in the comedy film “Jungle 2 Jungle”, which was directed by John Pasquin. It was followed by his portrayals of Jason Nesmith in the 1999 sci-fi comedy film “Galaxy Quest”, next to Alan Rickman and Sam Rockwell, and Joe Scheffer in the 2001 comedy-drama film “Joe Somebody”.
He then collaborated with Chris Columbus on his comedy film “Christmas With The Kranks” (2004), in which he played Luther Krank. His next major project was the role of Dave Douglas in the 2006 family comedy film “The Shaggy Dog”, in which he shared the screen with Robert Downey Jr. and Kristin Davis. He then starred as Doug Madsen next to John Travolta in biker road comedy film “Wild Hogs” in 2007 and directed and portrayed Tommy in the comedy film “Crazy On The Outside” in 2010.
Tim Allen’s next major role came in 2011 when he joined the main cast of the ABC / Fox sitcom “Last Man Standing”, in which he portrayed Mike Baxter next to Hector Elizondo and Nancy Travis; the series lasted for nine seasons until 2021, and he even served as an executive producer for the series. Concurrently, he played Tim in the comedy film “3 Geezers!” (2013), alongside J.K. Simmons and Scott Caan, and featured as Larry Roth in the black comedy film “EL Camino Christmas” (2017), which was released on Netflix. In 2021, he also co-hosted and produced the History Channel reality competitive series “Assembly Required”.
Speaking about his upcoming projects, it’s announced that he will reprise the role of Santa Clause in “The Santa Clause” sequel series for the Disney+ channel.