Marcia Clark is an American prosecutor, television correspondent, actress, and an author. Marcia Clark is currently known for starring in her new documentary series “Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48” which airs on A&E.
The distinguished luminary is best known for her lead legal proceedings in the critically acclaimed criminal trial against the infamous former American football running back and an actor, O.J. Simpson.
- Birthday: August 31, 1953 (age 64 years)
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: N/A
- Profession: American prosecutor, TV-host, actress, and author
Marcia Clark Husband and Family
Marcia Clark is divorced and is currently single. She met her first husband, Gabriel while attending her college at UCLA. Gabriel Horowitz is an Israeli backgammon player.
Shortly after dating for a while, they got hitched. However, the marriage only lasted for a few years. During the Simpson’s trial, Horowitz became a viral sensation in the media after he sold topless pictures of her to the National Enquirer.
She married her second husband, Gordon in 1980. Gordon Clark is a systems administrator and a computer programmer by profession.
He was even employed at the Church of Scientology. Along with her then-husband, she equally became involved as a member of the Church of Scientology.
Together the couple shares two sons, Travis and Trevor Clark. We can see Marcia Clark’s Facebook page filled with her spending quality time with close friends.
She was born to Rozlyn and Abraham Kleks in Alameda, California and raised up in Israel. She grew up in a Jewish family.
As her father worked as a chemist for the Food and Drug Administration, she constantly moved to live in many places within the U.S., including spending her prominent years of life in Israel. She has a younger brother who is an engineer by profession.
- Parents: Rozlyn and Abraham Kleks
- Husband: N/A
- Children: Travis and Trevor Clark (Son)
- Marital Status: Divorced
At merely about the age of 17, she was raped on a trip to Israel to which she still describes as an excruciating event in her life. This eventually became one of the main reasons for her to land in making a career out of a prosecutor.
She attended Susan E. Wagner High School and earned her graduate degree in Political Science from the University of California in 1976. Later, she received her Juris Doctor degree from the Southwestern University School of Law.
Marcia Clark Height and Measurements
Marcia Clark stands at an average height of 5 feet and 5 inches with a well-proportioned body weight.
The notable on-scene reporter carries dark short hairs and dark eyes. Throughout the years, she has been experimenting with her hair, going on from curly to straight and from blonde to black within no time.
Her haircut had been on a hype for quite a while after she cut her perms shorter during the O.J’s trial period.
- Height: 5 feet 5 inches
- Weight: N/A
- Body Measurements: N/A
- Plastic Surgery: N/A
Despite having already crossed over 60, the mother of two, still does manage to look presentable in every item of clothing she chooses to wear and looks well coordinated in front of the camera.
All in all, she looks pretty eye-catching for women her age and undoubtedly has acquired huge fan followers through her work on her Instagram page.
Marcia Clark Books and TV Shows
Marcia Clark started her career working as a public defender in Los Angeles. She was involved in a private practice at the State Bar of California in 1979.
In 1991, she earned her name as a prosecutor and contributed as a deputy district attorney for the LA County. Her high-profile work as a prosecutor was during 1991 when she indicted Robert John Bardo for the murder of TV actress Rebecca Schaeffer.
Besides that, Marcia Clark has contributed as an actress and made several appearances on television.
- 1995: Best known for being the lead prosecutor in the legal proceeding against O. J. Simpson on charges of murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman.
- 2013: Correspondent for CNN regarding the trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of a 17-year-old boy Trayvon Martin.
- 2015: Parodied on the web comedy “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”.
- 2016: Appeared in the documentary “O.J.: Made in America”. Marcia Clark is played by Sarah Paulson in the TV series “The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story”.
She has even served as a special correspondent for “Entertainment Tonight”, including covering and reporting from the red carpet at award shows.
We can find further more information about Marcia’s latest activities from her Twitter or her Wiki page.
Marcia Clark Net Worth
Marcia Clark net worth is estimated to be more than $4.5 million. The distinguished lawyer has accumulated herself with a huge net worth through her work as an attorney, author, actress, and a journalist.
The Emmy award-winning anchor, along with Teresa Carpenter has even written a detailed bestselling book about O.J. Simpson case “Without a Doubt”.
Her books also include the written thriller novels Blood Defense, Moral Defense, and Snap Judgment, which has been adapted for NBC’s TV series.
- Salary: N/A
- Net Worth: $4.5 million
Currently, she resides in a luxurious home in Calabasas, California. Considering her numerous contributions, along with writing many novels and pilot scripts for TV series, we can claim that she has earned a huge name and fame through her versatile career deliverances and ultimately accrued herself with a staggering net worth.