Laurie Carini

Quick Facts

Full Name Laurie Carini
Birth Name Laurie Carini
Profession Celebrity Partner
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Birth Country United States
Gender Identity Female
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Married
Spouse Wayne Carini
No Of Children Two daughters (Lindsay Carini, Kimberly Carini)

Laurie Carini is an American celebrity wife who is best known for being the supportive wife of American master car restorer and TV personality, Wayne CariniHe has gathered worldwide recognition after presenting and starring in television documentary series Chasing Classic Cars.

He further has made appearances in many automotive magazines. Laurie was born in the United States but her actual date of birth is still unknown to the media. She holds American citizenship and is of white ethnicity. However, there is no information regarding her family background.

Early Life of Laurie Carini

Laurie Carini was born and raised in the United States of America. So having American nationality, Laurie is of white ethnicity. However, she has yet to reveal her birth date, parents & siblings’ names, and family background. Laurie seems to be an educated lady but her educational background missing.

How long Laurie and Wayne are Married?

And it’s been forty years since Laurie and Wayne, a lovely couple, blissfully tied the knot. Even after a protracted marriage, they continue to have a unique and harmonious relationship. In 2020, the couple will mark their 40th wedding anniversary.

Picture: Laurie Carini and Wayne Carini were wed for more than 40 years.
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It is still unknown exactly when and where their initial encounter had place. The couple is thought to have exchanged vows in front of their loved ones in 1980. Since then, they have been receiving each other’s love and support.

They haven’t filed for divorce or had any extramarital affairs as of yet, according to the media.

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Mother Of Two Adults Children

The couple has two daughters who are both grown up children from their lovely marriage. After six years of marriage, they welcomed Lindsay Carini, their first child, on January 20th, 1987.

In addition, their 1990-born younger daughter, Kimberly Carini, goes under that name. But autism was identified in her at a young age. Additionally, Lindsay, 30, resides in Haddam with her husband Wayne. But she typically travels to Connecticut to see her parents.

Wayne Carini, Laurie Carini’s husband, and their youngest child, Kimberly Carini, are shown in the photo (Right)
Kimberly Family Centers as the source

Currently, the Carini family lives in a log home in rural Connecticut. In addition, the family has participated in a number of humanitarian activities and fundraising campaigns, including Autism Speaks.

What is the Net Worth of Laurie?

The public has not yet been informed of Laurie Carini’s full professional history. She gained notoriety after becoming married to master automobile restorer Wayne, as we are all aware. She must therefore be enjoying a luxury lifestyle while managing her husband’s assets, just as Kori Campfield, another famous partner.

As of 2022, her husband Wayne Carini had a respectable net worth of $20 million. He has accumulated his wealth over the course of a successful career as a vintage automobile dealer and TV broadcaster. He has also acted in television programs on auto restoration, such as Overhaulin and My Classic Car.

68-year-old Carini is the proprietor of three businesses with the names Continental Auto Ltd., F40 Motorsports, and Carini Carrozzeria in Connecticut and Portland. Alongside his father Robert and daughter Lindsay, he recently participated as one of the grand marshals at the Vintage Motorcar Festival in New Britain, Connecticut.

Chasing Classic Cars

Robert, Wayne’s father, who took his maiden ride in a Rosso Chiaro 250 SWB Ferrari in 1960, served as an inspiration to Wayne. Since then, he has been working alongside him in his shop restoring vintage vehicles including Ford Model A, Duesenberg, Lincoln, and Packard.

Jim Astrausky, the executive vice president of Essex Television Group Inc., took note of his lifetime pursuit of classic cars. Jim then asked him to appear on his television program, Chasing Classic Cars. It debuted on the Discovery Channel on September 9, 2008.

Pictured Is A 1963 Ferrari 250 Berlinetta “Lusso,” One Of The Most Classic Cars Wayne Carini Restored
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There have been 190 episodes of the show produced to date by Wayne and his other team members. The 1931 Packard 840 Roadster, 1956 Bimbo Racer V12, 1931 Cadillac Series 355-A, 1949 Buick Roadmaster, America’s First VW Bug, 1956 Citroen 2CV, 1952 Muntz Jet, 1963 Ferrari 250 Berlinetta “Lusso,” etc. are a few of the well-known historic automobile collections on show.