On November 5, 2022, Jennifer Ashton of ABC News married television producer and businessman Tom Werner. Sara Gilbert, Donna Karan, Corey Gamble, Al Michaels, Ali Wentworth, and others were among the visitors. Ashton donned a Ralph Lauren Collection gown to her wedding and said that she is overjoyed since she never imagined finding love in such a way. The media personality went on to say that when you get older, you can “tell when you’ve discovered your soul match.”
Jennifer was joined at the wedding by her children, Alex and Chloe, at the Harmonie Club in New York City. Following the rites, the visitors were brought to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a reception followed by a feast and music by the Elan Music band in the Temple of Dendur. Todd Fiscus of Todd Events arranged the wedding, and Ashton remarked that they wanted it to be a celebration of love and happiness. She stated that she never expected this to happen and is appreciative. The couple is presently arranging a vacation in the Caribbean, and Jennifer expressed her excitement to marry Tom.
Tom Werner’s net worth
Tom Werner is the chairman of the Boston Red Sox and the Liverpool Football Club. He co-founded Carsey-Warner Productions with Marcy Carsey, which has produced sitcoms such as The Cosby Show, Roseanne, and others. The 72-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be approximately $700 million by CelebrityNetWorth as of November 2022. Werner has made a lot of money over the years through producing programs and other endeavors.
Werner started his television career in 1973 with ABC-TV and rose to the position of Director of East Coast Prime Time Development in 1975. In 1979, he was appointed to senior vice president of the prime-time development department, where he created series such as Mork & Mindy, Bosom Buddies, Taxi, and others.
He later left ABC-TV in 1980. He was the executive producer of projects such as A Different World, That 70s Show, Grounded for Life, and others after founding The Casey-Werner Company. He then joined forces with Oprah Winfrey, Marcy Carsey, and Caryn Mandabach to launch Oxygen. In June 1990, Tom Werner and 14 other investors paid $75 million for the San Diego Padres. He was then named to Major League Baseball’s Executive Council and served as head of the MLB television negotiation group. His controlling ownership terminated in December 1994, when John Moores purchased an 80% stake for $80 million. Werner did, however, keep a 10% stake in the business until he sold it to Moores.
Werner, together with Larry Lucchino and John W. Henry, won the bid to buy the Boston Red Sox, and he was named chairman. The three also bought Liverpool F.C. in 2010, and Werner succeeded Martin Broughton as chairman the following year.
Tom Werner is the founding chairman of the Red Sox Foundation, which has given to a number of charities and provided college scholarships to 288 Boston public school students. Tom Werner also founded the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital’s Home Base Program. The organization provides assistance to soldiers and their families dealing with PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. From 2016 through 2020, Tom additionally contributed $113,250 to Democratic politicians and causes.