|Charlie Dent Wiki|
|Birth Day||May 24|
|Birth Country||United States|
Charlie Dent Bio
Charlie Dent is a famous Politician. Charlie Dent was born in May 24, 1960 in United States. Republican politician from Pennsylvania’s fifteenth district who was elected to U.S. House of Representatives 2005.
|Full Name||Charlie Dent|
Family, Dating, Relationship Records
With his wife Pamela, he has three children. Charlie Dent age in 2023 is 62 years. Charlie Dent father name is under review and mother name is also under review. Charlie Dent's has not shared any information about siblings on social media platforms.
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Height - How tall is Charlie Dent?
Charlie Dent is one of famous Politician born in United States. According to Wikipedia, IMDb and some online newspaper, Charlie Dent height currently under review. We will update the height once we complete the verification process.
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He was a Republican and a member the Majority party in House under Speaker John Boehner.
He was one of 15 Republicans who voted to end “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” (2010).
Net Worth (2023) - How rich is Charlie Dent?
Charlie Dent net worth comes from Politician. Being a famous Politician, Charlie Dent also earned money by TV Commercial, Sponsors & being some popular brands ambassador. However the information is currently under review. Once we are complete the review, we will update everything about Charlie Dent's Net worths. As far our analysis, Charlie Dent estimated net worth is $500k - $2.5 Million.
|Net Worth (2022)||$5 million|
|Source of net worth||Politician|
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From 1991 to 2004, he was a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, first in the House, then in the Senate.