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Pastor Darrell Scott Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Bio, Dating, Facts

Pastor Darrell Scott is a well-known pastor from the United States of America. He is also recognized for being in the team of President Donald Trump’s executive transition as a member. He is one of the co-founders of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump and also works as the board member. Moreover, he is also co-founder of the New Spirit Revival Center which is based on Ohio.

Scott has been working as the pastor for many years now. And at the same time, he is associated and works in many other fields. But he was not like this always. During his childhood, he used to sell and use drugs and steal the automobiles and it’s parts. He was completely messed up but now he is very well established and honorable.

Scott has also worked for the television as a commentator in the popular networks like CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News. He has also faced some controversies and issues which are properly mentioned on his Wikipedia. Know more facts about Pastor Darrell Scott from below.

NameDarrell Scott
BirthdayJanuary 30, 1975
Age45 years
Height1.88 m
Weight82 kg
Net Worth$4 million USD
WifeBelinda Scott
EducationSt. Thomas Christian College
FacebookDarrell Scott

10 Facts On Pastor Darrell Scott

Pastor Darrell Scott was born in the year 1975. And he is 45 years of age as of 2020. 

He celebrates his birthday on the 30th day of January.

Darrell was born and raised in the United States, and he holds an American nationality.

Darrell Scott belongs to the African-American ethnic background.

He attended the St. Thomas Christian College and got the honorary doctorate.

Darrell stands the height of 1.88m tall. And his body weight is 82 kg. 

Darrell is married to his wife Belinda Scott. He has not shared any information about his other family members.

Scott is estimated to have a net worth of about $4 million.

Scott was the first African-American pastor to support Donald Trump.

You can him on Twitter @PastorDScott. 

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