Father: The man was named John Byron Strait. He died in 2013. He worked as a mathematics teacher at the school. John owned a ranch where the whole family spent their time during their weekends.
Mother: Her name is Doris Jean Couser.
Siblings: George has a brother named John Jr. and a sister, Pency. He grew up mainly with his brother after their parents’ divorce as their mother moved to another place with Pency.
Husbands and kids: The country musician has been married to Norma Voss since 1972. Though the marriage has lasted for such a long period, the pair has not lost the spark. They gave birth to a boy named George Harvey Strait III and a girl named Jennifer Strait. Their daughter died in a car crash when she was only a teenager. Norma and George are also grandparents.
Sexual orientation: straight.
With whom he had had relationships before getting married to Norma wasunknown.
The fortune of the country musician is calculated to be whopping $300million.
Place of living: He owns a mansion in San Antonio.
Cars: Nothing exact has been disclosed about his car collection. Earlier, he owned a Bentley Continental GTC.
What was his first experience in acting?
Back in 1982, he played himself in the not-so-much-popular movie “The Soldier.” There was an act of terrorism at the core of the story.
What does the man dislike?
George tries to avoid music videos and interviews. It is a rare case when the country musician sits down to talk with a journalist. However, all journalists admit that he is as much affable during interviews like any other star who often has a talk with an interviewer.
What was the start of his career?
He started out as a member of Rambling Country when serving in the Army. He continued his way joining Stoney Ridge. Then the young man had taken a break before signing the contract with MCA Records and releasing his first solo song “Unwound.”
What is his highest accolade?
Among his multiple trophies for achievements, the most significant one is a Grammy Award in the category for the best country album. He received it in 2008 for “Troubadour.”