• Sale Johnson is a former model, actress, and socialite with an estimated net worth of $100 million
• She was married to Woody Johnson (member of the Johnson & Johnson family) in 1977, and their marriage ended in 2002
• Sale had three daughters with Woody, one of which, Casey, passed away in 2010 after being diagnosed with diabetes ketoacidosis
• Sale's ex-husband, Ahmad Rashad, is an American Football player and sportscaster
• Sale and Ahmad adopted Ava-Monroe, Casey's daughter and Sale's granddaughter
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Sale Johnson Short Bio
Born Nancy Sale Fray, Sale Johnson is best known as the ex-wife of second husband Ahmad Rashad, and of Woody Johnson, as well as the mother of the late Casey Johnson. She hasn’t spoken publicly about her age, which is presumed to be in the mid-1950s, nor her zodiac sign. She is a member of the Johnson clan, known for Johnson & Johnson Company.
Sale is a former model and actress, who appeared in “Death of a Dynasty”, which remains her only acting gig to this day. Nowadays, she is a socialite and has an estimated net worth of $100 million – accumulated from her from divorce from her second husband.
In 1977, Sale married Woody Johnson, a member of the famous Johnson family, and had their eldest daughter Sale Trotter Case ‘Casey’ Johnson in 1979.
In 1982, she gave birth to Jamie Johnson and in 1987 to her third daughter, Daisy Johnson. However, her first marriage ended in 2002. In 2010, their daughter Casey tragically died from diabetes ketoacidosis, at the age of 30. In the following years, the family was involved in charity regarding diabetes, as a way to pay homage to Casey.
Ex-Husband Woody Johnson
Robert Wood Johnson IV was born on 12 April 1947 and is well-known as an American politician and businessman – he plays a prominent part in the Johnson & Johnson empire, and also owns New York Jets American Football team.
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— Ambassador Johnson (@USAmbUK) December 19, 2019
During the ‘80s, he became interested in charity – some members of his family suffer from juvenile diabetes and lupus, which led him to invest money into curing and treating those diseases. After his middle daughter Jamie was diagnosed with lupus, Woody started the Alliance for Lupus Research.
In early 2000, he became the owner of the New York Jets, buying the team for $635 million. In addition, he owns courtside seats for the New York Knicks basketball team – apparently he made a better offer than $612 million offered by Charles Dolan.
Johnson has supported various Republican candidates, contributing over $1 million. In May 2008, he helped candidate John McCain raise $7 million in just one night, and in 2012 he endorsed Mitt Romney for the presidential election. As of 2016, he expressed support for Donald Trump, and in June 2017 it was announced that Trump had plans to nominate Johnson as the US ambassador to the UK. A hearing was held in the following month, and on 3 August, Johnson was confirmed by the Senate and was sworn in by Mike Pence.
In November, Woody presented his credentials to the Queen of England –the moment when he formally became an ambassador.
Late Daughter Casey Johnson
Born on 24 September 1979 in the USA, Casey Johnson was best known as an American socialite and the heiress to the Johnson & Johnson company. She spent her formative years alongside her three sisters; her family is wealthy, thus, as she herself stated, she had it all while growing up.
Johnson was openly bisexual and was in a relationship with reality star Tilla Tequilla, with whom she adopted a daughter, Sale’s granddaughter, Ava-Monroe. Casey tragically lost her life in 2010 – her body was found in a hotel in New York, with the cause of death diabetes ketoacidosis. As her legacy, her parents continued supporting diabetes research. Casey is known for appearing in “Entertainment Tonight”, “E! True Hollywood Story” and “The Fabulous Life of”. Casey was good friends with one of the wealthiest and most popular socialites – Paris Hilton.
Ex-Husband Ahmad Rashad
Sale’s ex-husband Ahmad Rashad, is best known as an NBC Sports sportscaster and former American Football player. He was born on 19 November 1949, and was drafted by the National Football League’s (NFL) St. Louis Cardinals in 1972. He initially played in the position of a wide receiver and running back. Rashad then played for the Buffalo Bills, signed a contract with the Seattle Seahawks as a free agent, but in the end he was traded a few days before the start of 1976 season to Minnesota Vikings, despite initially failing the physical test. He had notable success with the latter, earning four Pro Bowl selections until retiring in 1982.
Overall during his career in football, Ahmad caught 495 passes for 6,831 yards. He also performed the so called Miracle at the Met, when against the Cleveland Browns his Vikings co-player Tommy Kramer threw a Hail Mary pass to him, resulting in a victory. Finishing with his football career, Rashad began covering MLB, NBA and NFL – he is widely known as the host of “NBA Inside Stuff”, the project he worked on for 16 seasons.
Ahmad Rashad Family
Through his marriage with Sale, Ahmad became a stepfather to her three daughters, but the couple didn’t have children of their own. Instead, they adopted Ava-Monroe, Casey’s daughter and Sale’s granddaughter.
|Full Name||Sale Johnson|
|Net Worth||$100 million dollars|
|Spouse||Ahmad Rashad, Woody Johnson|
|Children||Casey Johnson, Jamie Johnson, Daisy Johnson|
|1||Has a granddaughter named Ava Monroe Johnson (b.August 14, 2006), adopted daughter of her oldest daughter Casey Johnson.|
|2||Gave birth to her 3rd child, a daughter Daisy Johnson, with her now ex-1st husband Woody Johnson. |
|3||Gave birth to her 2nd child, a daughter Jamie Johnson, with her now ex-1st husband Woody Johnson. |
|4||(January 4, 2010) Her oldest child, a daughter Casey Johnson, died from diabetic ketoacidosis at the age of 30.|
|5||(September 24, 1979) Gave birth to her 1st child, a daughter Sale Trotter Case Johnson (aka Casey Johnson), with her now ex-1st husband Woody Johnson.|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia