The Untold Truth About Fred Durst’s Ex-Wife Rachel Tergesen


Who is Rachel Tergesen?

Rachel Tergesen was born on 8 November 1970 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio in the United States. She’s a 51-year-old celebrity, probably best recognized for being the ex-wife of famous rapper, singer-songwriter, actor and film director Fred Durst, who is also known as the frontman of the band Limp Bizkit.

How rich is she, as of now? Rachel Tergesen Net Worth

Rachel Tergesen’s net worth isn’t available since her profession remains a mystery, although her income is reputedly a minimum of $100,000 per year. Nonetheless, she certainly increased her wealth through the divorce settlement from her ex-husband Fred Durst, who made his fortune through his successful involvement in the world of entertainment.

His net worth is estimated at over $20 million as of late 2021.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career

Rachel Tergesen spent her early years somewhere in the United States, where she was probably raised by her parents; however, their names and professions aren’t disclosed. It’s also unknown whether she has siblings or not. She holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. There isn’t much information available about her educational background and professional career.


Personal Life and Appearance

Rachel Tergesen became romantically involved with Fred Durst in 1989. They dated for two years before they tied the knot at a ceremony held in 1991. Unfortunately, their marriage lasted for only two years and they divorced in 1993; the couple welcomed a daughter named Adriana Durst, who was born on 3 June 1990. Following their divorce, Fred has married two more times, on the other hand, Rachel withdraw from the spotlight and her relationship status remained a mystery.

Speaking about her appearance, Rachel has long blonde-dyed hair and blue eyes. Information about her height, weight, vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe size isn’t available.

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Who is her ex-husband? Fred Durst Short Wiki/Bio

William Frederick ‘Fred’ Durst was born as Frederick Allen Mayne III on 20 August 1970 under the zodiac sign of Leo in Jacksonville, Florida USA. His father’s name is Robert Durst and his mother’s name is Anita Durst, but there’s no information regarding his birth name. Soon after his birth, he moved with his family to Orlando and then to a farm located in Cherryville, North Carolina. In the fifth grade, they relocated to Gastonia, North Carolina, where he matriculated from a local high school. Around the age of 12, Fred became interested in hip hop, heavy metal, and punk rock. He also started skating, beatboxing, and rapping.


He then spent two years in the US Navy, after which he returned to Jacksonville to live with his father where he worked as a tattoo artist, and a landscaper, while developing an idea for creating a band that combined elements of hip hop and rock.

Career Beginnings

Fred Durst started to pursue his music career in 1994 when he teamed up with Sam Rivers, Wes Borland, and John Otto to form the rap rock band called Limp Bizkit. They quickly gained popularity in the underground music scene with their covers of Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up” and George Michael’s “Faith”. They finally signed a record contract with Flip Records, a subsidiary of Interscope Records, and in 1997 released their debut studio album entitled “Three Dollar Bill, Y’all”.

Although the album didn’t achieve much success, Durst became Senior Vice President of A&R at Interscope, and co-produced Staind’s album “Dysfunction”.

Rise to Fame

Fred Durst’s band gained mainstream success in 1999, when they issued their second studio album “Significant Other”, which received high commercial sales and reached No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 chart, was eventually certified seven times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and spawned such singles as “Nookie”, “Re-Arranged”, and “Break Stuff”.


Their third studio album, entitled “Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water”, out came the next year, and sold more than a million copies in its first week, setting a record for highest first-week sales for a rock album, and debuting atop the Billboard 200. The album was certified six times platinum by the RIAA, and was named one of the 20 best metal albums of the year.

Further Work

On the heels of its success, Limp Bizkit faced several controversies related to its performances at Woodstock in 1999, and the Big Day Out festival in Australia in 2001.

Their guitarist Wes Borland left the band in 2001, and they continued to create music with guitarist Mike Smith. In 2003, they released their fourth studio album “Results May Vary”, which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, however, its critical reception was mainly negative. Thereafter, Borland rejoined them and they released an extended play entitled “The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)” in 2005.

Limp Bizkit then went on a hiatus, but eventually reunited and recorded their fifth studio album “Gold Cobra” in 2011, which received mixed reviews and reached No. 16 on the Billboard 200. Following its release, they left Interscope and signed with Cash Money Records.


They attempted to release a new studio album under the title “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants” but after many delays left the label and eventually released it through Suretone Records under the name “Still Sucks” in 2021.

Career on Film and TV

While Limp Bizkit was on hiatus, Fred Durst started his career as an actor, producer and director. He made his debut TV appearance as Ogden in the NBC apocalyptic drama miniseries “Revelations” in 2005, and his feature film debut came later that year when he played Evan Jealous in the independent thriller film “Sorry, Haters”, written and directed by Jeff Stanzler. It was followed by his portrayal of Deputy Bobby Caine in the direct-to-video horror film “Population 436”, sharing the screen with Jeremy Sisto and Peter Outerbridge.

His directing debut came in 2007, when he worked on the drama film “The Education Of Charlie Banks”, that features Jesse Eisenberg, Jason Ritter and Chris Marquette. He then directed the 2008 comedy-drama film “The Longshots”, starring Ice Cube and Keke Palmer. The same year, he took the recurring role of a bartender in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning Fox medical drama series “House M.D.”, which was followed by his appearance as Ledge in the 2009 black comedy film “Play Dead”.

Most recently, he had the recurring part of DJ Durst in the Adult Swim comedy series “Mostly 4 Millennials” (2018), and in 2019 directed the psychological horror-thriller film “The Fanatic”, starring John Travolta.

Olivia Wilson
Olivia Wilson
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