Rand Paul Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Wife & More

Rand Paul

Real NameRandal Howard "Rand" Paul
NicknamePaul, Randy, Rand
Political Journey • In 1984, Rand Paul aided his father's primary challenge to Phil Gramm (Republican Senator).
• In 1988, Paul volunteered for his father's Libertarian presidential campaign.
• In 1991, he founded North Carolina Taxpayers Union.
• In 1994, Paul founded Kentucky Taxpayers United (KTU) which was an anti-tax organization.
• In 1996, he managed his father's Congressional campaign.
• In 2008, Rand Paul campaigned door-to-door for his father's Presidential election.
• At a tea party in Kentucky, Rand Paul gave his first political speech as a Republican senator candidate on April 15, 2009.
• On May 18, 2009, Paul won the Republican senatorial primary.
• On January 5, 2011, rand Paul was sworn in as a senator.
• In 2012, Paul endorsed Mitt Romney for the 2012 presidential election.
• In 1014, he joined Tea Party in filing a class-action lawsuit against the Federal Government's phone records.
• On April 7, 2015, Rand Paul officially announced his presidential candidacy for the 2016 presidential election.
• On February 3, 2016, he announced the suspension of his presidential campaign.
Biggest RivalTed Cruz
Physical Stats & More
Heightin centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 8”
Weightin Kilograms- 71 kg
in Pounds- 157 lbs
Eye ColourBlue
Hair ColourBrown
Personal Life
Date of Birth7 January 1963
Age (as in 2017)54 Years
Birth PlacePittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Zodiac sign/Sun signCapricorn
HometownLake Jackson, Texas
SchoolBrazoswood High School, Clute, Texas
CollegeBaylor University, Waco, Texas, Duke University School of Medicine (Duke Med), Durham, North Carolina, USA
Educational QualificationsDoctor of Medicine (MD)
FamilyFather- Ron Paul (Former US Representative)
Mother- Carol Wells
Brothers- Ronnie Paul, Robert Paul
Sisters- Joy Paul, Lori Paul
Rand paul with his parents and siblings
AddressBowling Green, Kentucky
HobbiesSwimming, Biking, Playing Golf, Palying Baseball, Doing Charity
Controversies• In 2007, he gave a controversial statement that "Iran with only one nuclear weapon is not a threat for our national security".
• In 2010, he was criticized for his statement that to provide affordable health-care services to all is like forcing doctors into slavery.
• In 2009, he made another controversial statement supporting the absolute right of the private property owners.
• He caused a great deal of controversy by saying that he believed businesses had the right to discriminate on the basis of race.
Favourite Things
Favorite PoliticianMartin Luther King Jr.
Favorite FoodArtichokes
Favorite FilmEnemy of the State
Favorite BookAtlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, The Road to Serfdom by Friedrich A. Hayek, Human Action by Ludwig von Mises
Girls, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known
WifeKelley Paul (political consultant, married 1990)
Rand Paul with his wife Kelly Paul
ChildrenSon- William Paul (born 1992), Duncan Paul (born 1997), Robert Paul (born 2000),
Rand Paul with his wife and three sons
Daughter- N/A

Money Factor
Net Worth2.5 million USD

Rand Paul

Some Lesser Known Facts About Rand Paul

  • Does Rand Paul smoke?: No
  • Does Rand Paul drink alcohol?: No
  • As a teenager, Paul was baptized and identified as a practicing Christian.
  • In his school, Rand Paul was on the swimming team and played as a defensive back on the football team.
  • During his college days at Baylor University, he was a member of a secret group known as the NoZe Brotherhood.
  • He is not the only one in his family to run for the presidential election, his father Ron Paul also ran for the US presidential election for three times.
  • Rand Paul is an expert ophthalmologist and is a specialist of glaucoma and cataract surgeries.
  • When he met his future wife Kelly in Atlanta in 1989, she thought he looked “about eighteen”.
  • Rand Paul does not have an undergraduate degree.
  • He is an expert eye-surgeon and has served in developing countries performing free eye surgeries.
  • In March 2013, Rand Paul held the floor for almost 13 hours as an one-man filibuster to demand answers from president Obama.