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Thomas Ravenel

American politician

Thomas Jonathan Jackson Ravenel (born August 11, 1962) is an American politician and reality television star. He is the son of former Representative Arthur Ravenel Jr. from South Carolina

He starred for five seasons on the Bravo reality-television series Southern Charm, was state treasurer for six months, an Independent candidate for the United States Senate in the 2014 election in South Carolina, and a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in the 2004 primary election. He is also a member of the French Huguenot Church in Charleston.[1]


Prior to running for office, Ravenel founded the Ravenel Development Corporation, a commercial real estate company.[1]

Ravenel ran for the U.S. Senate in 2004, seeking the seat left open when Fritz Hollings retired. He came in third in the Republican primary election. After Ravenel endorsed Republican Jim DeMint, DeMint went on to win the Republican runoff and the general election.[2] Subsequently, Ravenel was fined over $19,000 by the Federal Election Commission for improperly filing the required forms for the election.[3] Ravenel ran for South Carolina Treasurer in 2006, defeating nine-term state treasurer Democrat Grady Patterson in the 2006 general election.[4] Ravenel endorsed Ron Paul in the 2012 Republican primaries.[5]

Ravenel was previously in the cast of Bravo’s Southern Charm.[6] Ravenel lived at Brookland Plantation, an estate he purchased in 2006,[7] until he sold it in 2021.[8]


Ravenel graduated from The Citadel in Charleston, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) in 1985. He later received an M.B.A. from the University of South Carolina[9] in 1991. His M.B.A. studies were focused on finance and real estate.

Federal drug charges[edit]

In June 2007, Ravenel was indicted on federal cocaine distribution charges by US Attorney Reginald Lloyd.[10] The filed charges allege that Ravenel purchased less than 500 grams of cocaine through an intermediary in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2005, prior to his election as treasurer but after his abortive entry in the 2004 Senate race.

Governor Mark Sanford suspended Ravenel from his duties as state treasurer upon learning of the charges, and appointed Columbia attorney Ken Wingate to replace Ravenel on an interim basis. Meanwhile, Ravenel decided to enter a rehabilitation facility, according to prosecutors.[11]

Ravenel had also been volunteering for the Rudolph Giuliani presidential campaign, serving as his South Carolina state chairman. Ravenel resigned from that post after the indictment, according to Giuliani campaign officials. The campaign subsequently replaced Ravenel with Barry Winn, who was co-chair of South Carolina finance committee.[12]

On July 24, 2007 Ravenel resigned as Treasurer.[13] The South Carolina General Assembly elected state Rep. Converse Chellis to serve out the remainder of his term.[14][15]

Ravenel underwent a rehabilitation program in Arizona, and then returned to plead guilty to "conspiring to buy and distribute less than 100 grams of cocaine" in September 2007.[16][17]


On Friday, March 4, 2008, Thomas Ravenel was sentenced to 10 months in federal prison for drug charges against him, but was not immediately ordered to report to begin his sentence.[18]

2014 campaign for U.S. Senate[edit]

Main article: United States Senate election in South Carolina, 2014

On Monday, July 14, 2014, Thomas Ravenel submitted more than 17,000 signatures, officially placing him on the ballot as an independent candidate against incumbent Senator Lindsey Graham. He finished in third place, garnering 3.9% of the vote.[19]

Personal life[edit]

Ravenel and his ex-girlfriend, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, have two children, a girl and a boy.[20][21] His third child, a son, was born on June 29, 2020 with ex-girlfriend Heather Mascoe.

Assault and battery allegations[edit]

In April 2018, Ashley Perkins, a Florida-based real estate agent, claimed that Ravenel sexually battered her mother, Debbie Holloway Perkins, after meeting him on the dating app Tinder in December 2015. Perkins claims her mother later told her that Ravenel "stuck his penis in her face" and held her arms back while sticking his fingers inside her vagina and anus. Perkins said she did not witness the battery, but that her mother seemed "very withdrawn" and finally confided in her.[22] According to Perkins, her mother is unable to publicly discuss the case due to a non-disclosure agreement negotiated by attorney Gloria Allred as part of an alleged $200,000 settlement with Ravenel. However, Perkins, who claims to be a witness to the mediation process between her mother and Ravenel, was not bound to such an agreement and therefore able to publicly disclose the details of the case.[23]

Richard P. Terbrusch, Ravenel's attorney, denied Perkins' allegations, stating that his "client enjoys a certain degree of fame and unfortunately has become—unfairly—a target for an individual who has, in my opinion, dubious motivations."[24] Bravo and Southern Charm production company, Haymaker, announced on May 4, 2018 that it was taking the "allegations very seriously" and launching its own investigation into their validity.[25]

In May 2018, a second accuser—Dawn Ledwell, former nanny of Ravenel's children—came forward (Dawn admitted in court filings Kathryn Dennis pushed Dawn to come forward) with new allegations of sexual battery against Ravenel. "Nanny Dawn" (as she was known to Southern Charm's viewers), and close friend of Kathryn Dennis, claims that in January 2015, Ravenel assaulted her after a night out with his friends: "I went upstairs to get my jacket which had the key to my vehicle in the pocket. I was corralled into the master bedroom, and he shut the door behind me. I turned around, and he had his pants dropped, not wearing underwear," she said. "He was blocking the door. I was mortified, embarrassed, and scared."[26] Charleston police opened an investigation into the alleged assault after the nanny filed an incident report in early May. Dawn settled the case and completely recanted the details of that evening's events.

In September 2018, Ashley Perkins published on her official website that Ledwell had first contacted her that spring, prior to going to the police. At that time, Ledwell shared with Perkins "very intimate details of her life and events with Thomas". By May, however, Perkins said she had "serious doubts" about Ledwell's accusations, stating that Ledwell's police report and public accounts of "forcible rape" differed from what Ledwell had told her privately. As a result, Perkins cut off her relationship with Ledwell, but "wished her the best". February 2019, Dawn Ledwell amended her original summons and complaint through the courts where the sexual contact is no longer listed.

On September 11, 2019, Ravenel pled guilty to third-degree assault and battery in connection with an attack on Ledwell. He will pay a $500 fine, but serve no jail time. He also settled a civil suit with Ledwell, agreeing to donate $80,000 in her name to a charity for sexual assault survivors in lieu of paying her damages.[27]


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Patricia Altschul

Southern socialite

Patricia Altschul (born April 16, 1941) is an American socialite, art collector, and personality on the reality television series, Southern Charm. She is the widow of Arthur G. Altschul, a former Goldman Sachs partner and prominent art collector and philanthropist.[1] Mrs. Altschul has been a director or trustee of several nonprofit organizations including the New York Historical Society[2] and Historic Hudson Valley (the Rockefeller Family properties).[3] In 2012, Altschul was given a Woman of the Year award for philanthropy by the Police Athletic League of New York City.[4] In 2013, she received a Carolopolis Award from the Preservation Society of Charleston for her renovation of the historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House in Charleston, SC.[5]

On Southern Charm, Patricia plays “the resident madcap grande dame” according to a profile in Architectural Digest.[6] "Pat quickly became a fan favorite last year and has even drawn the affection of celebrities like Lady Gaga who claimed 'that looking at Patricia is like looking in a mirror,'" commented TV critic Christine Lo in her blog.[7]

Early life and career[edit]

Patricia Altschul was born Patricia Madelyn Dey in Jacksonville, Florida in 1941 and grew up in Richmond, Virginia. Her parents were Francis Pearl Sudler Dey and Walter Pettus Dey, a medical doctor who graduated from the University of Alabama and received a medical degree from Tulane University in 1909.[8] Patricia was educated at Marymount School, Olney Friends School, and George Washington University, where she obtained a bachelor's degree magna cum laude in 1964 and then a master's degree in 1965, both in art history and archaeology. She started as an instructor and later became an assistant professor in art history at George Washington University. She lived for many years in Georgetown, where she later owned and ran Arcadia, a private art dealership that handled major paintings by such artists as Georgia O'Keeffe, Martin Johnson Heade,[9]Frederick Church, and Winslow Homer.

Altschul wrote and published the book The Art of Southern Charm in 2017.

In 2020, Altschul launched The Patricia Altschul Luxury Collection on the Home Shopping Network.

Marriages and social life[edit]

In 1962, Altschul married L. Hayes Smith. The couple lived in Falls Church and McLean, Virginia. Their son, film maker and television producer Whitney Sudler-Smith, was born in 1968 in Washington, D.C. They were divorced in 1979.[10]

Patricia married the doctor and entrepreneur Edward Stitt Fleming in 1989.[10] In 1995, the couple divorced amicably. Dr. Fleming was a longtime Washington psychiatrist who founded the Psychiatric Institute of Washington and the Psychiatric Institutes of America. He was president and chief executive of Psychiatric Institutes of America, a private provider of inpatient psychiatric care, which he started in 1969 and sold in 1983.

In 1996, she married Arthur Goodhart Altschul, a general partner in the investment banking firm of Goldman, Sachs & Company from 1959 to 1977 and later a limited partner. He was also one of the founders of General American Investors.[1] Altschul was a prominent art collector, especially of paintings by Neoimpressionist, Pointillist, Nabis, and Ashcan School artists.[1] The Yale University Art Gallery organized a major exhibition of art from the collection. Altschul was Chairman of the board at Barnard College and a member of the boards at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, National Gallery of Art, and the Smithsonian Institution. His Overbrook Foundation had assets of more than $150 million.[1] Arthur Altschul died in 2002.

While Patricia was married to Altschul, the couple were inveterate party-goers. After the attack on the World Trade Center, a New York Times reporter wrote an article about whether people should attend parties such as the upcoming gala for New Yorkers For Children, given the tragedy of 9/11. She interviewed Patricia and wrote:

"'People were saying, 'Should I go, is it right?'" said Patricia Altschul, wife of the philanthropist and investor Arthur Altschul. She had thought about wearing black ("It seems more sober"), but decided on a pale green silk suit, embroidered with flowers, by Oscar de la Renta. "Yes, I was going to wear black, but at some point you have to get back to life," Mrs. Altschul said. "I think the Mayor [Rudy Giuliani] gave everyone permission to be out with their friends."[11]

Altschul's prominence (and donations) helped her to be named to the Board of the New York Historical Society and the Rockefeller family Hudson Hills Trust. She was described by novelist Jay McInerney in New York Magazine as being one of New York's “Big Girls” – “the wives (and widows and heiresses) who are the keepers of the benefit circuit.” The Altschuls were frequently seen with other society types such as Melania and Donald Trump[13] and Patricia's friends Georgette Mosbacher, Deeda Blair, and Carolyn Roehm, former wife of Henry Kravis and a designer in Manhattan.

In 1997, Arthur and Patricia Altschul bought the 15-room [14]Long Island estate "Southerly" overlooking Oyster Bay from Ambassador & Mrs. Hushang & Maryam Ansary. They hired Mario Buatta to redecorate. "The view is sensational and magical: you can see the water from every room in the house," Mrs. Altschul later told The New York Times.

After Arthur's death, Patricia decided to put "Southerly" up for sale and move back to the South. Reporter M.J. Smith commented in The New York Times about the house that, "While the allusions to F. Scott Fitzgerald and Jazz Age parties may be trite, it is hard not to think of them when it comes to Southerly, a 10,000-square-foot Long Island estate that is now on the market for $15.8 million."[15]

Renovation of Mikell House[edit]

The historic 1854 Isaac Jenkins Mikell House after the renovation (in 2015)

In 2008, Altschul decided to leave New York for Charleston.[16] She purchased the historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House, an imposing 1854 Greek Revival residence noted for its pedimented portico with six large columns having capitals ornamented with rams’ heads.[17] The house was formerly the Charleston Free Library and served as a public library until the early 1960s when it reverted to a private residence.[17] Altschul was said to have paid over $4.8 million for the house [18] and spent over $5 million renovating it. The New York Post noted that it has "a picturesque piazza and 18th-century French toilets."[19]

In 2013 the Preservation Society of Charleston gave Altschul a Pro Merito Award/Carolopolis Award for her renovation of the house,[20] and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014.[21]

In addition to the main house, there is a kitchen building and separate coach house on the Mikell House premises.[17]

Involvement with Southern Charm[edit]

When Altschul's son, producer Whitney Sudler-Smith, decided to create a reality TV show about life in Charleston, he urged his mother to participate. In Southern Charm, Patricia plays "the resident madcap grande dame,"[6] according to Architectural Digest. She is a "straight shooter with a serious pedigree and a ton of clout to throw around . . . famous for her no-nonsense advice, wicked tongue, and appreciation for a high quality cocktail," says blogger and TV critic Christine Lo.[7] She provides sometimes snarky comments about the misdeeds of younger cast members.

Patricia said she hasn't lost any sleep over how she'll be portrayed. “I frankly don’t care,” she says. “I always say exactly what I think and they can do what they want. I just don’t want them putting up any ugly pictures of me.”[6]


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  2. ^New York Historical Society. "Annual Report, 2005-2006"(PDF): 3.
  3. ^"Historic Hudson Valley, IRS Form 990 - Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax"(PDF). Historic Hudson Valley.
  4. ^Police Athletic League, Inc. "Annual Report for 2012"(PDF): 13.
  5. ^Preservation Society of Charleston. "Carolopolis Awards Recipients: Isaac Jenkins Mikell House".
  6. ^ abcMason, Christopher (October 2014). "Mario Buatta Decorates a Stately Charleston Mansion for Patricia Altschul". Architectural Digest.
  7. ^ abLo, Christine. "Who is Southern Charm's Patricia Altschul?".
  8. ^Tulane University (1909), Bulletin of the Tulane University of Louisiana, p. 78
  9. ^Nash, Steven A. (1982). Dallas Collects American Paintings: Colonial to Early Modern: An Exhibition of Paintings from Private Collections in Dallas, Book, 1982; ( : accessed April 21, 2015), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas , Texas (see Provence section). Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas.
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  11. ^Horyn, Cathy (September 20, 2001). "A NATION CHALLENGED: SOCIETY; To Party or Not to Party, When the Gala Is for Children". The New York Times.
  12. ^Loud, Rob. "Fashion Elite Honors Andre Leon Talley - December 5, 2005".
  13. ^Fischler, Marcelle S. (July 22, 2007). "Would You Care for a House With That Wine?". The New York Times.
  14. ^Smith, M.J. (May 2, 2007). "Raising the Roof: Long Island Leisure". The New York Times.
  15. ^Otte, Luzanne. "The Magic of Mario". The Glam Pad.
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  17. ^Stech, Katy (March 28, 2008). "Downtown estate sells for $4.8M". Post & Courier. Retrieved July 13, 2014.
  18. ^Hendricks, Jaclyn (March 16, 2015). "Take a look at how the 'Southern' half lives". The New York Post.
  19. ^"2012 Carolopolis Awards"(PDF). Preservation Progress. 57 (1): 6–7. 2013.
  20. ^"Mikell, Isaac Jenkins, House". National Park Service. Retrieved July 14, 2014.

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From Kathryn Dennis’ Drug Battle to Thomas Ravenel’s Exit: Southern Charm’s Biggest Scandals and Controversies

Ba-ba-doo, ba-ba … dun dun dun. The cast of Southern Charm has been entertaining Bravo fans for more than five years, but sometimes, their offscreen scandals and controversies overshadow their onscreen antics.

Southern Charm, which originally starred Thomas Ravenel, Shep Rose, Cameran Eubanks, Craig Conover, Whitney Sudler-Smith and Jenna King, premiered on Bravo in March 2014. During season 1, Thomas, a former North Carolina State Treasurer, met Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, who is nearly 30 years his junior.

The twosome quickly began their unconventional romance and shocked fans at the end of season 1 when Kathryn welcomed their first child, a daughter named Kensington. Less than two years later, they welcomed a son named St. Julien in 2015.

Thomas and Kathryn’s on-off relationship played out on Bravo during seasons 2-4 of Southern Charm. During season 5, he started dating Ashley Jacobs, who often argued with the mother of his children.

Landon Clements, Austen Kroll, Chelsea Meissner and Naomie Olindo also joined the cast following Jenna’s season 1 exit. While Landon left after season 4, Thomas was fired after a series of sexual assault allegations. Ashley, meanwhile, appeared during season 6 in a guest role. She and Thomas are no longer together.

The cast addressed Thomas’ arrest and subsequent exit in the season 6 premiere in May 2019.

“Like, honestly I haven’t even begun to, like, really comprehend everything that’s happened,” Kathryn told Craig.

Shep added, “Honestly, like, he can handle himself. I’m worried about his family.”

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Craig Conover Bio

Craig Conover is a reality television personality best known being a lead actor of the Southern Charm, a famous Bravo series in reality TV.

Craig also worked in Charleston as a law clerk at Akim Anastopoulo Law Firm, a prominent personal injury firm. He was fired from that job.

Craig Conover Education

He graduated from the College of Charleston in 2009 with a degree in Finance and later graduated from the Charleston School of Law. Conover won a National Championship in his high school business competition.

Craig Conover Southern Charm

Craig made his debut on the Bravo’s TV reality series “Southern Charm” on 3rd March 2014. He has been the leading cast over the course of their four seasons where he stars alongside, Cameran Eubanks, Thomas Ravenel, Kathryn Dennis, Shep Rose, Landon Clements, Austen Kroll, and many other recurring stars.

Conover Conover now plans to invest and develop a business collaborating with JD Madison who has recurring roles in “Southern Charm.”

Craig Conover Age

Conover was born on February 8, 1989 in Fenwick Island, Delaware, United States. He is 30 years old as of 2019.

Craig Conover Height

Conover stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch which perfectly suits his weight.

Craig Conover Family

Craig comes from an incredibly athletic family. He is the son of Craig Conover who was an all-American lacrosse player at Salisbury University, and Martha Foster Conover who was a champion gymnast.

He has a brother named Christopher Conover who was an all-American soccer player at Roanoke College.

Craig Conover Girlfriend

In 2016, Craig began dating fellow Southern Charm star Naomie Olindo and on April 18 2016 they confirmed their engagement. The two dated for for a while but on 22nd September 2017, the reported the unfortunate break up of the couple.

Craig Conover Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $400 thousand which he has earned from his his career as a lawyer and reality television star.

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Austen Kroll Biography and Wikipedia

A native of Washington D.C., Austen Kroll is a craft bee expert as well as a reality television star. Austen featured on Bravo’s reality television series titled, Southern Charm.

Austen Kroll Age and Birthday

The American-born reality television star, Austen, was born on June 16, 1987, in Washington D.C., United States. Kroll is 33 years old as of 2020. He celebrates his birthday on Jue 16th every year.

Austen Kroll Height and Weight

Kroll who is a reality television star measures a standing height of 5 feet 9 inches tall which is equivalent to 1.75 meters. He also weighs 72 kilograms which is equivalent to 158 lbs.

Austen Kroll Family, Parents and Siblings

The Washington D.C. celebrated reality tv star, Austen, who is the son of Tom Kroll and Wendy Kroll. He also has a younger sister called Katie Krol. Austen had an elder sister called Kyle Kroll who had a tragic accident in 1994 where she fell from a 200-meter cliff while the family was on vacation and died.

His mother is named Wendy and his father Tom Kroll.

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Austen would often visit his family’s vacation home on Kiawah Island, South Carolina when he was young. As an adult he has a voracious appetite for travel, wandering from the rocky mountains all the way to New Zealand. He is a huge fan of hiking and golf and was once arrested for reckless driving when he was only 18 years old.

Austen Kroll Wife, Dating and Children

Austen was previously involved in a relationship with fellow television star, Chelsea Meissner. The two love birds later broke up even before it went far. There is no known information on the reason behind their breakup. Kroll was also if an on-and-off relationship with fellow Southern Charm cast, Madison LeCroy. There is no known information about him being a father. The information will soon be updated.

Austen Kroll Southern Charm

Kroll is known because of his appearance in Season 4 of Southern Charm, which all viewers knew was the last season of the show.

Craig Conover, Naomie Olindo, Thomas Ravenel, and Chelsea Meissner were all the stars of the season. During the reunion party, Austen asked Chelsea about his relationship. Now the reunion was over, all the stars were enjoying the crowd. However, Kroll has passed derogatory feedback for Chelsea’s new love Nick Dana, sailor. Kroll likes to spend time with his family while he is not working on shows.

Other cast members of the show are John Pringle, Kathryn Dennis, Leva Bonaparte and Shep Rose.

Austen Kroll Education and Career

Kroll attended the University of Alabama where he earned an MBA in Business Administration and Management. While in college he spent one semester abroad at the Anglo-American University in Prague and was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.

Straight out of college, Kroll spent a little more than a year and a half as a banquet server for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company in Bachelor Gulch, Colorado. In 2012 Kroll snagged his first job in the craft beer industry as a bar manager at Roast Public House in Madison, Wisconsin.

He moved back south to Charleston, South Carolina to work as a cellarman at the Palmetto Brewing Company. In 2016 Kroll became the territory sales manager for Red Hare Brewing Company, an independent microbrewery based in Marietta, Georgia. Austen was cast in the fourth season of “Southern Charm” alongside his close friend Shep Rose.

Austen Kroll Net Worth and Salary

Austen has made a great fortune from his career as well as his reality television show. His net worth and annual salary are currently under review. This information will be updated as soon as it has been made available.

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Who is Landon Clements?

Reality television has never been more popular than today, and producers look to bring new ideas to the screen; one of those ideas is depicting southern culture through the show “Southern Charm”. The show follows socialities in their personal and professional life, and one of those socialities has been Landon Clements, who was a part of the popular show from its second until the start of the fifth season. In addition to being a reality TV star, Landon is also an interior designer, and the co-founder of the website Trovare.

So, do you want to find out more about Landon Clements, from her childhood years to most recent career endeavors, including her personal life as well? If yes, then stay with us for a while, as we introduce you to this prominent reality TV star and interior designer.

Landon Clements Wiki: Age, Early Life, and Parents

Landon Clemens was born on the 23rd April 1982, in St. Simons, Georgia USA, the daughter of Michael Clemens and his wife, Cynthia. She grew up in her hometown alongside two siblings, Cameron and Powell. After she finished high school, Landon enrolled at The College of Charleston, where she studied art and historic preservation. During her college days, she lived in Italy for some time, tasting wine and learning about the architecture.

Career Beginnings

Following her graduation, Landon began her career as an interior designer, including for Ralph Lauren, but after a few gigs, she was chosen to appear in MTV’s show “The Hills”. Gradually, Landon was becoming more popular, which resulted in new engagements in her profession, but she also drew the attention of a number of television producers, and as a result in 2015 she was selected as one of the main cast members for the show “Southern Charm”.

Rise to Prominence

With this appearance it was clear that Landon was awaiting a successful career in reality television. She remained in the show until the end of its fourth season, when she left the show to focus more on other matters, but she had built-up a large fan base, and so decided to launch her own project, and in 2017 she started the travel website Trovare. Furthermore, she is also a part of the CLIMB Real Estate firm. She has become extremely successful, with her part in “Southern Charm” only helping her reach stardom.

Landon Clements Net Worth

Since launching her career, Landon has become quite successful and popular, which has only contributed to her wealth. So, have you ever wondered how rich Landon Clements is, as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Clements’ net worth is as high as $3 million, which is quite impressive, don’t you agree? Undoubtedly, her wealth will become even higher in the upcoming years, assuming she successfully continues her career.

Landon Clements Personal Life, Dating, Husband, Children

What do you know about the personal life of this prominent interior designer and reality TV star? Well, Landon hasn’t been very open in sharing details from her life, but we have still managed to discover some interesting details from her life.

Landon was married to James Maby, a British businessman; the two met when Landon was 24 years old, and they married in 2008. Their marriage lasted for four years, before they went their separate ways. Landon and James didn’t have children together, though Landon was a step-mother to James’ daughter Lola. Despite the divorce, Landon and Lola have continued to nurture their mother-daughter-like relationship.

Landon Clements Internet Fame

Over the years, Landon has built a decent fan base on social media platforms, especially Instagram and Twitter, while she can also be found on Facebook. Her official Instagram page has over 170,000 followers, with whom she has shared her most recent career achievements, but also some details from her personal life. Landon is also quite active on Twitter, on which she has more than 65,000 followers, and has used her popularity to share her personal opinions, ideas, and interests. You can find Landon on Facebook as well, on which she is followed by more than 12,000 people.

So, if you aren’t already a fan of Landon Clements, then this is a perfect opportunity for you to become one, just skip over to her official pages, and see what she is up to next, both professionally and personally.

Landon Clements Height, Weight, and Body Measurements

Do you know how tall Landon Clements is, and how much she weighs? Well, Landon stands at avid 5ft 9ins, or 1.75m, however, her exact weight is unknown, and the same for her exact vital statistics, although she has a slim figure. Also, if you wanted to know, Landon has hazel eyes and light brown hair.


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Southern Charm

Southern Charm
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Created by
  • Bryan Kestner
  • Whitney Sudler-Smith
  • Craig Conover
  • Cameran Eubanks
  • Jenna King
  • Thomas Ravenel
  • Shep Rose
  • Whitney Sudler-Smith
  • Kathryn Calhoun Dennis
  • Landon Clements
  • Austen Kroll
  • Chelsea Meissner
  • Naomie Olindo
  • Eliza Limehouse
  • Leva Bonaparte
  • Madison LeCroy
  • John Pringle
Theme music composerMia Sable
Opening theme"It's Easy"
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes83 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Aaron Rothman
  • Irad Eyal
  • Whitney Sudler-Smith
  • Bryan Kestner
  • Jason Weinberg
  • Jessica Chesler
Camera setupMultiple
Running time42 minutes
Production companyHaymaker Productions
Original networkBravo
Picture format
Original releaseMarch 3, 2014 (2014-03-03) –

Southern Charm is an American reality television series that debuted on March 3, 2014 on Bravo.[1][2] The series chronicles the personal and professional lives of seven socialites who reside in Charleston, South Carolina. The show focuses on the Southern culture and political history of the area, and has featured local historical places like Lewisfield Plantation and the Mikell House.[3]

The series originally focused on Craig Conover, Cameran Eubanks, Jenna King, Thomas Ravenel, Shep Rose, and Whitney Sudler-Smith. The series currently focuses on Conover, Rose, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, Austen Kroll, Leva Bonaparte, Madison LeCroy, and John Pringle. Of the original cast, King left after the first season, Sudler-Smith departed after the third (but continued to appear in a recurring capacity), Ravenel left after the fifth, and Eubanks confirmed her departure after season six. The remaining cast joined in later seasons; Calhoun Dennis in the second, Kroll in the fourth, and Bonaparte, LeCroy, and Pringle in the seventh. Past cast includes: Landon Clements (seasons 2–4), Chelsea Meissner (recurring season 4, main seasons 5–6), Naomie Olindo (recurring seasons 3–5, main season 6), and Eliza Limehouse (season 6).

On July 14, 2014, Southern Charm was renewed for a second season,[4] which premiered on March 16, 2015.[5] Jenna King did not return. The second season featured Craig Conover, Shep Rose, Cameran Eubanks, Thomas Ravenel, and Whitney Sudler-Smith all returning, with Kathryn Calhoun Dennis and Landon Clements joining the main cast.

The third season premiered on April 4, 2016. All cast members returned from the previous season. The fourth season was announced on February 16, 2017 and premiered on April 3.[6] Sudler-Smith left the main cast after season three, and was featured in a recurring capacity in following seasons. Conover, Rose, Eubanks, Ravenel, Dennis and Clements all returned for season four, with Austen Kroll being added to the main cast.

In February 2018, Bravo announced the fifth season and it premiered on April 5, 2018.[7] Clements did not return, and Chelsea Meissner was promoted to the main cast for season five. In August 2018, Ravenel announced his departure from the show after five seasons due to sexual assault allegations against him, as well as claiming that the show "took advantage of him."[8] Bravo confirmed his departure in September 2018 after Ravenel was arrested and charged with assault and battery.[9] The sixth season premiered on May 15, 2019, with Eubanks, Rose, Conover, Dennis, Kroll, and Meissner all returning, with both Naomie Olindo and Eliza Limehouse added to the main cast.[10][11]

Season seven was announced on September 24, 2020 and premiered on October 29, 2020.[12] Filming of the seventh season was paused in spring 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[13] In May 2020, it was confirmed that Cameran Eubanks, Naomie Olindo, and Chelsea Meissner would not be returning to the show for the seventh season.[14] In August 2020, Eliza Limehouse confirmed that she too was departing the series ahead of season seven.[15] Leva Bonaparte, Madison LeCroy, and John Pringle were introduced as series regulars, joining Conover, Rose, Dennis, and Kroll in the main cast.

Cast members[edit]


Main article: List of Southern Charm episodes


On October 27, 2016, Bravo ordered a spin-off series to Southern Charm, titled Southern Charm Savannah. The series follows the same premise as its predecessor series but is set in Savannah, Georgia.[16] The series is produced by Haymaker Production and Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Sara Nichols, Luke Neslage and Jessica Chesler, Jason Weinberg, Bryan Kestner and Whitney Sudler-Smith serve as the series' executive producers.[17] The series premiered on May 8, 2017.[18]

In April 2017, Bravo announced it was ordering two spin-offs, Southern Charm New Orleans and RelationShep.[19]RelationShep premiered on December 4, 2017, and followed the Southern Charm cast member as he looked for love.[20]Southern Charm New Orleans premiered on April 15, 2018[21] and its second season premiered on June 2, 2019.[22]

In February 2021, main castmembers Craig Conover and Austen Kroll were reported to be involved in a joint spin-off of Southern Charm and Summer House titled Summer House Winter Charm, in which Conover and Kroll join stars of Summer House for a trip to Stowe, Vermont.[23] A preview of the spin-off aired after the fifth season finale of Summer House in April 2021, and it is set to premiere in fall 2021.[24]


  1. ^Nededog, Jethro (January 14, 2014). "Bravo Sets Premiere Dates for New Series 'Southern Charm,' Men's Online Dating Show". TheWrap. Retrieved February 28, 2014.
  2. ^Turnage, Jeremy (January 25, 2014). "Bravo's Charleston reality series 'Southern Charm' set for March 3". WIS. Retrieved February 28, 2014.
  3. ^Kondolojy, Amanda (January 14, 2014). "Bravo Media Announces Premiere Dates for New Seasons of 'Flipping Out', 'The Real Housewives of New York' & More". TV by the Numbers (Press release). Archived from the original on January 16, 2014. Retrieved February 28, 2014.
  4. ^Kondolojy, Amanda (July 14, 2014). "'Million Dollar Listing New York' Renewed for Season Four + Bravo Greenlights Three New Series". TV by the Numbers (Press release). Archived from the original on July 4, 2015. Retrieved July 14, 2014.
  5. ^Kondolojy, Amanada (January 15, 2015). "'The Real Housewives of Orange County', 'Married to Medicine' & 'Flipping Out' Renewed for New Seasons + Premiere Dates Unveiled for 'Shahs of Sunset' More". TV by the Numbers. Archived from the original on January 16, 2015. Retrieved January 16, 2015.
  6. ^"BRAVO MEDIA IS LIVING THE HIGHLIFE IN THE LOW COUNTRY AS "SOUTHERN CHARM" SEASON FOUR PREMIERES MONDAY, APRIL 3 AT 9PM ET/PT". NBC Universal Media Village. February 16, 2017. Archived from the original on March 7, 2017.
  7. ^Moylan, Brian (April 5, 2018). "Southern Charm Season-Premiere Recap: Battle of the Sexless". Vulture.
  8. ^Corriston, Michele (August 14, 2018). "Thomas Ravenel Quits Southern Charm amid Sexual Assault Claims, Says Show 'Took Advantage of Me'". People. Retrieved September 4, 2018.
  9. ^Corriston, Michele; Quinn, Dave (September 28, 2018). "Thomas Ravenel Is Out as a Southern Charm Cast Member After Arrest, Bravo Confirms". People. Retrieved September 28, 2018.
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  11. ^Quinn, Dave (March 27, 2019). "Kathryn Dennis Cries About Thomas Ravenel's Potential Jail Time in New Southern Charm Trailer". People.
  12. ^Rosenfeld, Laura (September 24, 2020). "Southern Charm Returns for Season 7 with Some New Faces: Get Your First Look". Bravo. Retrieved September 24, 2020.
  13. ^Hearon, Sarah (September 25, 2020). "'Southern Charm' Season 7: What We Know". US Weekly.
  14. ^Hearon, Sarah (May 14, 2020). "Naomie Olindo Implies She and Chelsea Meissner Are Leaving 'Southern Charm' After Cameran Eubanks' Exit, Austen Kroll Weighs In". US Weekly. Retrieved May 14, 2020.
  15. ^Guglielmi, Jodi (August 12, 2020). "Eliza Limehouse Leaving Southern Charm Ahead of Season 7". People.
  16. ^Ge, Linda (October 27, 2016). "Bravo Renews 'Southern Charm,' 'Shahs of Sunset,' More Shows". The Wrap. Retrieved October 28, 2016.
  17. ^Lincoln, Ross (October 27, 2016). "Deadline". Bravo Renews & Expands 'Southern Charm', Sets More 'Shahs Of Sunset' & 'Million Dollar Listing New York'. Retrieved October 28, 2016.
  18. ^Mizoguchi, Karen. "Southern Charm Savannah Sneak Peek! Meet the Man Who Calls His Family the Kennedys of Savannah". Retrieved 7 June 2017.
  19. ^Wagmeister, Elizabeth (April 27, 2017). "Bravo Greenlights Six New Shows Including Bethenny Frankel and Fredrik Eklund Series, 'Southern Charm' Spinoff". Variety.
  20. ^"Southern Charm's Shep Rose Looks for Love in RelationShep Trailer". Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  21. ^"Southern Charm Is Heading to New Orleans: Get Your First Look at the New Series". Bravo TV Official Site. 2018-03-06. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  22. ^"Southern Charm New Orleans Returns This June: Get Your First Look at the Spicy New Season". Bravo TV Official Site. 2019-04-19. Retrieved 2019-09-18.
  23. ^Guglielmi, Jodi. "New Bravo Series Winter House in the Works Featuring Stars from Summer House and Southern Charm". People. Meredith. Retrieved 20 February 2021.
  24. ^Guglielmi, Jodi. "Craig Conover, Kyle Cooke, Paige DeSorbo and More Play Tug of War in Winter House First Look". People. Meredith Corporation. Retrieved April 23, 2021.

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