Dan Crenshaw

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Biography

Dan Crenshaw was born on March 14, 1984, in Aberdeen United Kingdom. He is 37 years American politician and former United States Navy SEAL officer serving as the United States Representative for Texas’s 2nd congressional district since 2019. He is a member of the republican party. The district includes parts of northern and western Houston.

Birthday

March 14

Birthplace

Aberdeen United Kingdom

Real Name

Dan Crenshaw

Popular As

Politician

Born

March 14, 1984

Age

37

Nationality
 

American

Zodiac Sign
 

Pisces

Dan Crenshaw Height, Weight & Measurements

Dan Crenshaw’s height is 5 ft 9 inches tall. He weighs around 71kg. His chest size is around 42-inch, his waist 31-inch, and his hips 35-inch. The hair color, eye color, dress size, and measurements of Angus Cloud are given below in the table


 

Height
 

5 ft 9 in

Weight

71 kg 

Body Measurement
 

40-36-37 inch

Eyes Color
 

Dark Brown

Hair Color
 

Brown 

Dan Crenshaw Relationship status

Dan Crenshaw is a married man. He is married to Tara blake. They got married in 2013

Family

Tara blake

Wife
 

Tara blake

Siblings
 

N/A

Children
 

N/A

Dan Crenshaw Net Worth

Angus Cloud Net Worth is $1.5-3.5 MILLION US Dollars. His total expenditure for 2018 and 2019 was 29% unclassified with accounts to $3,643,883 

Net Worth
 

$1.5-3.5 MILLION US Dollars

Salary

N/A

House
 

N/A

Source of Income
 

Politics

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Dan Crenshaw Linkedin 

Timeline

2008: He completed SEAL qualification training in June 2008 and received the 1130 designator as a Naval Special Warfare Officer, entitled to wear the Special Warfare Insignia.

2012: Crenshaw lost his right eye 2012 during his third deployment when he was hit by an IED explosion in Afghanistan’s Helmand Province.

2018: In 2018, Crenshaw ran for the United States House of Representatives in Texas’s 2nd congressional district, which includes northern and western Houston, including Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita, Spring, and the Rice University area, to succeed the retiring Ted Poe.

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