Elizabeth Hatcher Travis Net Worth

January 1, 2024
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Born Mary Elizabeth Robinson on the 15th April 1941 in Kernersville, North Carolina USA, she is a record producer, film producer and actress, but perhaps best known to the world for launching the career of the country musician Randy Travis, among many other differing accomplishments.

Have you ever wondered how rich Elizabeth Hatcher Travis is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Travis’ net worth is as high as $30 million, an amount earned through her successful career in the world of entertainment, active since the ‘80s.

Elizabeth Hatcher Travis Net Worth $30 million

Elizabeth and her ex-husband Frank Hatcher, owned a nightclub, Country City USA in Charlotte, N.C, which was at times used as an auditioning ground for new singers. Future country star Randy Travis performed in Elizabeth’s club, and she soon noticed his talents. The two started a business relationship, which later turned into a romance and eventually marriage. She divorced Frank Hatcher in 1980, and together with Randy moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1982, pursuing Randy’s career. Before becoming a famed duo, they worked in a nightclub – The Nashville Palace – while Randy also performed in the club through the weekend, which only helped him in his career. Once they had new recordings, Elizabeth managed to strike a deal with Warner Bros. Records Nashville branch. Randy went on to become a huge success, with such songs as “Diggin’ Up Bones”, “Forever and Ever, Amen”, “Too Gone Too Long”, “It’s Just a Matter of Time”, and many others, only increasing Elizabeth’s net worth too, since she was in charge of the entire project. The two, though keeping their romance a secret, managed to exchange their wedding vows at a small wedding ceremony held in Maui, Hawaii in 1991. The two remained business and life partners until 2010 when they divorced.

Before the divorce, Elizabeth was producer of several films which had Randy Travis as the lead star, these include the horror thriller “The Visitation” in 2006, then the drama “The Wager” in 2007, and “Randy Travis: Christmas on the Pecos” in 2008, which only increased her net worth.

She continued her work as a film producer with such films as “Sarah’s Choice” in 2009, starring Rebecca St. James, and Andrea Logan White, then “The Encounter” in 2010, and “This Is Our Time” (2013), all of which added a substantial amount to her net worth.

After the financial success of the low budget films, Elizabeth served as producer on the drama film “God’s Not Dead” in 2014, with Shane Harper, Kevin Sorbo, and David A.R. White in the lead roles, which grossed more than $60 million at box office, and added a significant amount to her net worth. The film’s sequel released in 2016 – “God’s Not Dead 2” – also became a box office hit, further increasing Elizabeth’s net worth. In recent years, she has worked on such films as “Moms’ Night Out” (2014), “Dancer and the Dame” (2015), and “The Case for Christ” (2017).

Regarding her personal life, following her second divorce, Elizabeth has remained single, and is focused on her budding career as a film producer, even at the age of 76.

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