Dr. Terry Dubrow is an American celebrity plastic surgeon and a television personality known for being the co-host of Botched. Together with Dr. Paul Nassif, he has “cut” many people and celebrities to make them look better, repair damage caused by other surgeons, or for other reasons. Although he is always a face on TV, thanks to Botched he can be seen in his private life with details about his wife and siblings.
Who is Dr. Terry Dubrow?
The plastic surgeon was born on September 14, 1958, as the son of Laura and Alvin Dubrow. He grew up in Los Angeles and attended the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine, where he graduated in medicine. Terry received his medical degree from UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine and has practiced for more than 20 years.
Before becoming known nationwide through his television appearances, Dr. Terry Dubrow had received glowing testimonials and referrals from doctors who have established his practice as the perfect place to go for plastic surgery procedures. His talented work is based on his philosophy as a plastic surgeon, which requires that each of his staff members treat patients’ concerns with the utmost respect.
Dr. Terry Dubrow’s first appearance as a TV personality was in 2004 when he appeared in The Swan. From 2010 to 2011 he appeared in the highly criticized reality television series Bridalplasty. Since 2014, he has appeared in Botched as co-host and co-producer. This became the series that made him more famous. Since then he has worked for many people, including celebrities.
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Who Is His Wife, Heather Paige?
Terry DubrowAs a celebrity surgeon he has been successful in his professional life, so he seems to have everything on the road to success in his private life as well. He has been married to Heather Paige for more than two decades.
Heather Paige Dubrow is quite famous on her own. She is an actress and TV personality born on January 5, 1969, in the Bronx, New York City, USA. Her ancestry is Jewish (from Germany, Hungary, and Poland) and she is a fifth-generation American who grew up in Chappaqua, New York.
Terry Dubrow and Heather Paige became man and wife on January 5, 1999. They met on a blind date after she asked her friend’s boyfriend to introduce her to a Jewish doctor. She finally confessed that she did not feel him because she did not consider him her type when they first met.
It was only when Heather saw Terry at the airport after he had invited her on a weekend trip to San Francisco and Napa Valley, that she knew she would marry him. In 2012, she legally changed her name to Heather Dubrow.
The couple has four children, Nicholas, Maximillian, Katarina, and Collette, and they lived in what can best be described as a castle; the famous Dubrow Chateau in Crystal Cove on the Newport Coast.
As an actress, Heather Paige portrayed Lydia DeLucca in the 2000 TV series That’s Life, which ended in 2002. She also played the title song “Learning As I Go”, which was used for the second season of the series. She also appeared in 2006 for the 7th season of The Real Housewives Of Orange County and left the series after the 11th season. She is also known for her work on Stark Raving Mad (1999) and Hawaii Five-O (2010). Paige was voted Miss Greater Syracuse (New York) in 1989 and was named Miss Congeniality at Miss New York State Pageant in 1989.
As a plastic surgeon, it is easy to assume that Terry could be involved in a scandal related to an affair. However, there have never been any such problems or even speculations or rumors in this sense.
What Do We Know About His Brother?
The prominent surgeon was not brought up as an only child; he has a brother named Kevin Mark Dubrow, who was the older of the two. Kevin was born in Hollywood, California, on October 29, 1955. Like his younger brother, he grew up in Los Angeles, but when he was 13 years old, BUTCH, as he was nicknamed, settled in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Van Nuys.
From 1975 to 1987 he was an American heavy metal singer, also known as the lead singer of the heavy metal band Quiet Riot, and then from 1990 until his death in 2007.
Unfortunately, Kevin Dubrow was found dead in his Las Vegas home on November 25, 2007. His friends were unable to reach him for a week, and he did not appear for the Thanksgiving arrangements he had made.
It was later determined that the rock star died from an accidental cocaine overdose. It was also estimated that he died around November 19, six days before his decomposing body was found on November 25.
Kevin was buried at Pacific View Cemetery in Corona del Mar, California, next to his stepfather, Harold Mandell. His funeral service was conducted by a rabbi on November 30, 2007. It was a traditional funeral ceremony.