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Scott Hamilton Height, Weight, Age & Wife

A former figure skater, Scott Hamilton had won a gold medal for the U.S. at the 1984 Winter Olympics. A four-time world champion, he is one of only a few skaters that is able to perform a backflip on the ice. Shortly after winning the Olympics, he retired in 1984. Want to learn more from the Olympian? If so, keep reading- we’ve got more facts on him down below.

Scott Hamilton Personal Facts – 2018 Update

Real Name

Scott Scovell Hamilton

Nick Names



Competitive figure skater (formerly), Author, TV Personality, Skating Commentator

Famous For

As a figure skater, he gained a significant amount of attention after winning a gold medal at the 1984 Winter Olympic games in Sarajevo. Prior to that, he had also won the World Championships three times.

Age – How Old is He?

He is 59 years old

Birthday/Date of Birth

His birthday is on August 28, 1958

Place of Birth/Hometown

Born in Bowling Green, Ohio, he was brought up in the city after being adopted by his parents, Dorothy, and Ernest S. Hamilton.




He is Caucasian

Scott Hamilton Height, Weight & Body Facts

How Tall – Height in Feet

He is 5’4 tall

How Tall – Height in Meters

He is 1.64 meters tall

Weight in Pounds

His current weight has not been disclosed

Weight in Kilograms

His current weight has not been disclosed

Body Measurements

His body measurements are unavailable at this time

Waist Size

His waist size is unknown

Foot/Shoe Size

Information on his shoe size is unavailable

Eye Color


Hair Color


Personal Life

Is Scott Hamilton Currently in a Relationship?

Since 2002, he has been married to a nutritionist, Tracie Robinson.

Scott Hamilton’s Girlfriends

Unfortunately, we do not have information on Scott Hamilton’s previous relationships at this time.


Dorothy Hamilton


Ernest Hamilton


He has an older sister named Susan (his parents’ biological child)


He has a younger brother named Steven, who was also adopted by his parents at a young age


He has three sons with his wife, Max Thomas, Aidan McIntosh, Jean Paul, as well as a daughter named Evelyne.

High School

For now, we do not have any information on Scott Hamilton’s high school education.


Sometime after completing high school, he studied at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.


For now, information on Scott Hamilton’s salary is unavailable.

Net Worth

Unfortunately, information on Scott Hamilton’s 2018 net worth is unavailable



Random Facts


He typically spends his free time with friends and family

Favorite Food


Favorite Actor


Favorite Book


Favorite Movie


Favorite TV Show


Favorite Music Artists


Favorite Sports

Figure Skating


Born on August 28, he is a Virgo

Phone Number

This information is currently unknown


This information is currently unknown

Scott Hamilton’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames

Scott Hamilton’s Instagram Username

Scott Hamilton’s Facebook Account

Scott Hamilton’s Youtube Channel

Scott Hamilton does not have a YouTube channel, as far as we can tell

Scott Hamilton’s Twitter Username

Scott Hamilton’s Snapchat Username 

Scott Hamilton is not active on Snapchat.

Other Interesting Facts:

  • When he was just two years old, a mysterious illness caused him to stop growing; it wasn’t until years later that a brain tumor was determined to be the cause of the problem
  • Despite his talents as a skater, he was almost forced to quit the sport due to a lack of funds in his teen years; fortunately, he later received financial aid from Frank and Helen McLoraine
  • After finishing third at the U.S. National Championships in 1980, he earned a spot on the Olympic Team; he subsequently placed fifth at the 1980 Winter Games
  • Four years later, he won a gold medal at the 1984 Winter Olympics; shortly afterward, he retired from competition
  • After turning professional, he created what would later become Stars on Ice; he performed with the group for over a decade before retiring from the tour in 2001
  • He has received several awards including a Jacques Favart Award; in 1990, he was also inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame
  • For many years, he worked as a skating commentator for the CBS network
  • He has appeared in several TV series over the years including King of the Hill, Wanna Bet? and Roseanne
  • In 2009, he wrote a book titled, The Great Eight, in which he talks about the various challenges that he’s had in his life
  • In 2016, it was announced that he had been diagnosed with a third brain tumor; he later stated that it had shrunken without chemotherapy in 2017
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