Quick Facts of Elijah Nelson Clark

  • Full NameElijah Nelson Clark
  • Date of Birth1992 /08 /11
  • NicknameClark
  • Marital StatusSingle
  • BirthplaceUnited States of America
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionFamily Member
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Eye colourBlue
  • Hair colourBlonde
  • BuildSlim
  • Online PresenceFacebook and Twitter
  • HoroscopeLeo

Being born into a celebrity family gives oneself a lot more opportunities and fame. Remington Elizabeth Moses was born with a silver spoon on her mouth. She was born as the first child of an American actress, dancer, and writer Tracy Nelson and her former spouse, actor William R.Moses.

Following her mother’s footsteps, Remington has also established a good career as an actress. She is popular for her works on movies like A Fatal Obsession, and Buddy Hutchins. What’s her Net Worth? Is she dating someone or still single?

Born in Los Angeles, California

Remington Elizabeth Moses was born on August 11, 1992, in Los Angeles, California. Her zodiac sign is Leo. As mentioned above,Elizabeth is the daughter of actress Tracy Nelson and her ex-husband William R.Moses. In addition, Elizabeth is also famous as the granddaughter of renowned musical Ricky Nelson.

Besides, her maternal uncles Matthew Nelson, Gunnar Nelson, and Sam Nelson also popular in the music sector. Similarly, Moses has a half brother named Elijah Nelson Clark. He was born on 22nd August 2001 in the United States of America.

Enjoys a Great Fortune

The 28 years old, Moses has amassed an extraordinary amount from her long term professional career as an actress. She has appeared in quite a number of films and television series which have done well in the industry. Yet, the rising star hasn’t revealed the exact figure of her net worth in the media. Apart, she enjoys all the perks of being a celebrity child.

Additionally, her mother Tracy has a net worth of $5 million as of 2020. She gained such a hefty amount from her works as an American actress, dancer, and writer. Nelson is popular for her works in the films like Yours Mine and Ours, The Night Caller, and Dumb Luck. Apart, her mother sold her Los Angeles, California’s house for $1.3 million in 2007.

Mother’s Relationship

The celebrity parents of Elizabeth are no longer together because their relationship didn’t last for long. They started dating back in 80s and were in good terms while they were together. The duo exchanged their wedding vows on 25 July 1987 after dating some years. The couple became parents of Elizbeth on 1992, and she was considered as the love symbol of their life.

Tracy Nelson and William R.Moses with their daughter
Elizabeth Moses with her father and mother, Photo Source: William R. Moses

Everything was perfect in between them until they came out with the news of separation. After five years of Remington’s birth, her parents parted their ways. The former couple was legally separated on 17 December 1997.

Elijah Nelson Clark and his mother
Elizabeth Moses’s brother with their mother Tracy, Photo Source: Glamourpath

After Nelson parted her ways with William, she started dating Chris Clark, back in 1999,. However, they split up in the same year Elijah was born.

Personal Life of Elizabeth

The Yours Mine and Ours star is currently living a single life. She is likely to have low key life, so there is no information about her boyfriend or partner. Besides, she rarely appears in media, so she may be single or dating someone privately. Apart, there are also no details regarding her marriage, so she may be still waiting for someone special to marry.

Sooner or later, Elizabeth will definitely come up with the news about her partner but for now, her fans still have to wait. Besides, her mom was diagnosed with a three-stage cancer battle. She had been diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma back in 1987. The actress underwent surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California. After recovering from radiation trauma she had in 1987, the star was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2005. She was able to surmount the deadly disease.