Dixie Carter (Entrepreneur) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Dixie Carter

Entrepreneur known for being the president of Total N Action Wrestling. Her parents’ energy company purchased 71% of TNA in 2002 after HealthSouth had pulled its support. She was named president in 2003.

She graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in business and interned at the marketing firm Levenson and Hill. She eventually moved up to vice president of the company.

She’s appeared in various productions of TNA, which includes the time she was thrown through a table by Team 3D.

Her father, Robert, founded Panda Energy International and her mother, Janice, has served as CEO. She has two children with her husband Serg Salinas.

She initially worked with TNA co-founder Jeff Jarrett in a marketing capacity, then helped keep the company afloat after HealthSouth pulled its support.

Dixie Carter Age

How old is Dixie Carter? She was born in 1964, she is 58 years old.

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Dixie Carter Wiki

Dixie Carter Wiki/Bio
Famous asEntrepreneur
Age58 years old
BirthdayOctober 6, 1964
BirthplaceDallas, TX
Zodiac SignLibra

Quotes by Dixie Carter

Learning can take place in the backyard if there is a human being there who cares about the child. Before learning computers, children should learn to read first. They should sit around the dinner table and hear what their parents have to say and think.

— Dixie Carter

You have to take a huge loss financially to do a play. You have to put aside the commercials and the speeches and the other things that put money on the table, and really save up to do it. And that’s what I’ve done here. But it’s worth it to me to be in a really good play.

— Dixie Carter

The show was written just for us. We all thought we were the prettiest and the funniest.

— Dixie Carter

With my first two husbands, I always kinda sensed they thought there was something wrong with me. Maybe I was too flighty or whatever.

— Dixie Carter

Eventually I lost the idea that I could have a career. I thought I was too old.

— Dixie Carter