Phyllis Gloria Raphael Biography
Phyllis Gloria Raphael is The first wife of American businessman and media magnate Summer Redstone who died on August11, 2020. Summer and Phyllis had two kids namely, Shari and Brent Redstone.
Prior to his death Redstone and his family were the majority voting shareholders of ViacomCBS (itself the parent company of CBS, MTV, TV Land, VidCon, Smithsonian Channel, CBS Television Studios, CBS Productions, Showtime Networks, Nickelodeon, Paramount Network, Big Ticket Television, ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks.
Phyllis Gloria Raphae Age|Birthday
Though born in the united states not much is known about where and when the American celebrity wife was born. Phyllis has managed to keep this information very close to her heart and we will update when accurate information is available.
Phyllis Gloria Raphael Height
A woman of average height and stature Phyllis stands at a height of 5 feet 6 Inches estimated. Details regarding her other body measurements are still under investigation.
Phyllis Gloria Raphael Education
It is not known where and when the American National went to school.
Phyllis Gloria Raphael Family|Patrents
A very secretive character it is not known who and where her parents and siblings are. Gloria has kept this information very close to her heart and we will update when accurate information is available.
Phyllis Gloria Raphael Summer Redstone
In 1947after having dated for quite a long time Phyllis and Summer Redstone exchanged vows in a wedding ceremony that was attended by close friends and family. Details regarding the wedding venue and reception are still under review. Unfortunately after almost 5 decades of being together the couple divorced.
They have never publicly revealed why they divorced. Phyllis and Summer had two children together Brent and Sharri Redstone.Three years after his divorce to Phyllis Sumnmermnarried Phyllis Gloria Raphael. It is not known if Phyllis re-married or decided to lead a simple life.
Phyllis Gloria Networth
Her Networth is still under review.
Phyllis Gloria Ex-Husband Dead
Sumner Redstone, the media mogul who built his family’s drive-in theater chain into a multibillion-dollar empire encompassing CBS and Viacom and later became the center of a jilted lover’s lawsuit that nearly cost his family his financial legacy, has died. He was 97.
Redstone, who often boasted that he would live forever, died Tuesday, according to a statement from National Amusements released Wednesday morning. The statement did not mention the cause of death.
“My father led an extraordinary life that not only shaped entertainment as we know it today, but created an incredible family legacy,” Shari Redstone, Sumner’s daughter and chair of ViacomCBS, said in a statement Wednesday. “Through it all, we shared a great love for one another and he was a wonderful father, grandfather and great-grandfather. I am so proud to be his daughter and I will miss him always.”
Redstone controlled about 80% of the voting stock of Viacom and CBS through his private holding company, National Amusements. In November 2019, his fortune was estimated at $3.9 billion. By Dec. 5, 2019, the first day of trading for the remarried ViacomCBS, it had dropped to a still formidable $2.6 billion. And in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it was valued at $3 billion in May 2020.
“Patience is a virtue that I do not respect,” Redstone said in a 2012 interview with CNBC. “If you’re patient, you’ll never go anywhere. It takes impatience to drive you to succeed.”