Cherry Boone Biography | Wikipedia
Cherry Boone is an American writer, author and singer well recognized as a band member of a girl group known as The Boones. She formed the girl band back in the early 1970s with her three sisters, Debby, Linda and Laury Boones. She is also the eldest daughter of famous 195s actor and singer, Pat Boone. Cherry and the Boones gained national recognition for covering various songs like ABBA’s Hasta Maftana hit and more. Her best-selling books include Starving Attention, Continuum, Dear Cherry Questions and Answers on Eating Disorders and Living on the Border of Disorder.
Cherry Boone Education
Boone attended a private high school with her sisters back in Denton, Texas United States. More on Cherry’s educational background will be updated once it is confirmed available.
Cherry Boone Age
How old is Cherry? Boone is 67 years old as of 2021. She was born Cheryl Lynn “Cherry” Boone on July, 7, 1954, in Denton, Texas, United States. Chery’s birthday is celebrated on 7th July every year. Her zodiac birth sign is Cancer. ALSO READ: Debby Boone
Cherry Boone Nationality | Ethnicity
Boone holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and brought up in the northern suburban neighborhood of Denton, Texas, United States. Therefore, Cherry is of white-American ethnicity/heritage and ancestry.
Cherry Boone Height
How tall is Cherry? Boone stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches. However, her exact weight and other body measurements are still under review. Boone’s hair color is blonde and she has hazel blue eyes. Her hobbies include writing, reading, and spending time with her family.
Cherry Boone Father Pat Boone
Cherry was born as the firstborn daughter of renowned American actor and singer Pat Boone (father) and his wife Shirley Lee Foley Boone (mother). She has three younger sisters named Debby, Lindy and Laury. Growing up, Cherry and her family always sang together during thanksgiving and other popular holidays.
Therefore, Boone and her sisters formed a pop group together called The Boones. The band separated after Cherry got married and some of her sisters went to college. Her sister Debby decided to pursue a full-time solo career as a pop artist back in 1977.
Cherry Boone Husband
Is Cherry Married? Boone is currently married to her husband Dan O’Neill. The two love birds met and got married in a private wedding ceremony that was held on October 4, 1975, in Van Nays, California. Both Dan and Cherry have devoted Catholics who respect their faith so much.
Dan was the co-founder of the relief organization called Mercy Corps. Boone and her husband are the proud parents of two boys (Kevin and Kylie O’Neil) and two girls named Brittany and Brendan O’Neil. Cherry lives iwth her family in the northern suburbs of Los Angeles, California.
Cherry Boone The Boones Siblings
In 1970, Pat Boone’s daughters, Cherry, Debby, Lindy and Laury came together to form a pop group called The Boones. The group did a lot of covers by the time it was 1978. However, they end up splitting in 1979. Cherry left the group to get married while her other two sisters pursued different careers.
In 1983, Cherry gained public attention after the death of a close friend Karen Carpenter who died because of anorexia nervosa (eating disorder). The two met for the first time when Boone was recovering from anorexia and was a former patient of a resident New York City with psychotherapist Steven Levenkron.
In 1985, she began her writing career by publishing her first book Dear Cherry: Questions and Answers on Eating Disorders because of Karen’s death. The book describes her struggles with eating disorders in order to assist readers to overcome anorexia.
Cherry Boone Karen Carpenter
Karen Carpenter was a famous American pop singer who as born on March 2, 1950 but died on February 4, 1983, in Downey due to Anorexia Nervosa. Kerry and Cherry were great friends who met a local resident in New York City with a psychotherapist. Karen’s death inspired Cherry to published books creating awareness of the disorder.
Cherry Boone O’Neill Starving For Attention
Starving for Attention is a famous 1990’s edition of O’Neil’s best-selling book. The theme of the book is inspired by the struggles women endure when they are enslaved by anorexia Nervosa and how they can overcome the condition. Her books were inspired by the tragic death of Karen Carpenter because of Anorexia.
Cherry Boone Books
- Starving for Attention, Continuum, 1982
- Dear Cherry: Questions and Answers on Eating Disorders Continuum, 1987
- Living on the Border of Disorder: How to Cope with an Addictive Person, Bethany House, 1992