Randy Parton Biography, Age, Siblings, Wife, Daughter,Sisters and Net Worth

Randy Parton Biography

Randy Parton, known by his real name Randel Huston Parton is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and businessman. He is well known for theater that once bore his name in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina.

He sang a song in 1984 for the Rhinestone where his sister Dolly Parton starred in the film. Randy is known for the theater that once bore his name in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. He signed a deal worth over $1.5 million yearly in 2007, to manage and perform in a new theater that bore his name in the Carolina Crossroads entertainment and shopping complex.

He has been singing songs, where he sang, a song for the Rhinestone soundtrack; with her sister Dolly as a starring.

Randy Parton Age

Randy Parton, was born, on December 15, 1953, in Sevierville, Tennessee. He is 65 years old as of 2018.

Randy Parton Family

He is the eighth born child to Avie lee Carilone also known as née Owens who was born in 1923 and dies in 2003 and Robert Lee Parton Sr born in 1921 and passed on in 2000. Randy is the younger brother of Dolly and her sister Stella Parton. He is the older brother of the actress, Rachel Dennison.

Randy Parton Siblings

He has 11 siblings: Dolly Parton, Rachel Dennison, Willadeene Parton, Cassie Nan Parton, David Wilburn Parton, Freida Estelle Parton, Floyd Parton, Larry Gerald Parton, Robert Lee Parton, Coy Denver Parton, and Stella Parton.

Floyd Parton

Randy’s youngest brother Floyd Estel Parton died on December 6, 2018. Floyd was a man of many talents and areas of knowledge. According to his obituary, “He was an avid outdoorsman and had abundant knowledge of nature as well as being an incredible cook.”

Floyd was also quite musical and he collaborated with his older sister Dolly Parton in writing several songs over Dolly’s decades-long career.

Stella Parton

Randy’s elder sister Stella, is recognized as a Country music singer and also a songwriter. She is best known for a series of country singles that charted during the mid to late 1970s. Her biggest hit song is “I Want to Hold You In My Dreams Tonight” of 1975.

Freida Estelle Parton

Randy’s younger sister Freida has also ventured in music before but since the 1980s, little is known about her. She released the hard rock album “Two-Faced” in 1984. She also posed for Playboy magazine (clothed but provocatively posed) around the time of the release of her album.

Dolly Parton

Randy’s older sister Dolly Parton is one of the most celebrated singers and songwriters in the world. Parton has made it big in Nashville having hit songs such as Coat of Many Colors, Dolly, “Jolene”, and “9 to 5”.Being a songwriter and a singer, he sang a song for the Rhinestone soundtrack; her sister Dolly being starring in the son.

Rachel Dennison

Dennison is Randy’s youngest sibling. She is a retired actress-singer, best known for her starring role in the 1980s sitcom “Nine to Five.”

Randy Parton Wife

She was married to Deborah Parton whom they have two daughters Tevis Louise know diseased and Heidi Lou. currently, we don’t have reliable information if the two are still married.

Randy Parton Daughter

He has two daughters namely Teves Louise Parton (1980-2017) the elder, Heidi Lou who was born on December 17, 1985, in Nashville, being the youngest daughter. She has been a singer for a long time. Her daughter Heidi Lou released her first debut album “This Kind of Love.”

Randy Parton Daughter Dies

Parton lost his elder daughter Teves Louise Parton on Sunday, March 26, 2017, at the age of 36.

Randy Parton Theater

In 1984 he sang a song for the Rhinestone soundtrack; his sister Dolly starred in the film. He also played bass for his sister. He is also known for the theater that once bore his name in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. In 2007 he signed a deal worth over $1.5 million yearly to manage and perform in a new theater bearing his name in the Carolina Crossroads entertainment and shopping complex.

The relationship between Parton and the city soured as the theater struggled to attract customers and questions arose concerning Parton’s use of a nearly $3 million fund for personal travel and entertainment. Parton was also questioned by city leaders for unauthorized events held at the theater including a wedding reception for his daughter along with details about who would be marketing the theater.

Throughout the controversy, Parton maintained that his actions were within the contract and that the theater would be successful given time. Parton’s contract with the city was terminated on January 8, 2008, and the theater was renamed the Roanoke Rapids Theater. The city took over the theater and in July 2012 voted to allow electronic gambling to help pay expenses and possibly attract a buyer.

Randy Parton Net Worth

He an estimated net worth of $10 million.

Parton Construction

He Building the “Randy Parton Theater” in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, USA. where he will use it for his performance and also the venue is expected to help attract other entertainers to the area as well.

 Parton Theatre Roanoke Rapids

Roanoke Rapid speaks on changing the name of the theatre and wants Randy Parton to return his namesake theater.

Randy Parton Songs

  • 1981: “Hold Me Like You Never Had Me”
  •            “Shot Full of Love”
  •            “Don’t Cry, Baby”
  • 1982: “Oh, No”
  • 1983: “A Stranger in Her Bed”