Elaine Okamura, born in 1944, is an airline stewardess and celebrity wife who worked as a flight attendant for an American airline. She rose to prominence following her marriage to Wayne Newton, an American actor and singer. Elaine Okamura is of Japanese ethnicity and is an American citizen.
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Early Life and Education
Elaine Okamura was born in the a city in Japan a place she hails from before she moved to the United States.
She attended Kaimuki High School in Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States.
Professionally, Elaine Okamura is most known as Wayne Newton’s famous wife. She was a celebrity ex-wife in addition to having worked as an airline stewardess in her childhood.
Her ex-husband is a well-known singer and actor who is one of the most well-known entertainers in Las Vegas.
Wayne Newton, Elaine Okamura’s ex-husband is also well recognized for his songs, with his biggest hit, Daddy, Don’t You Walk So Fast, peaking at #4 on the Hot 100.
Her ex-husband rose to fame thanks to his 1965 vocal performance of Red Roses for a Blue Lady. In 1980, her ex-husband published another well-known song.
Elaine Okamura Net Worth
Elaine Okamura is a popular American celebrity ex-wife of Wayne Newton. Her ex-husband has a net worth of around $50 million.
Elaine Okamura is currently single having divorced her husband Wayne Newton.
Elaine and Wayne got married in a wedding ceremony which was held at The Little Church of the West in Las Vegas.
Before getting engaged on Christmas in 1967, they dated for roughly two years.
Elaine Okamura and Wayne Newton’s marriage was blessed with a daughter named Erin Newton who was born in July 25, 1976.
When the couple’s daughter was just nine years old, they separated in 1985. Her ex-husband afterwards wed Kathleen McCrone on April 9, 1994.