Chris Gardner and Jacintha Darlene Gardner are two daughters of popular businessman Chris and Jackie Medina. She was born on October 5, 1985. Chris and Jackie had a son, Christopher Jarrett Medina, in 1989. They later divorced, and Jacintha and Darlene had two children together. Jacintha’s mother is Jackie Medina.
Chris Gardner and Jacintha Darlene Gardner were married in 1973 and divorced in 1981. They had two children, a son and a daughter. After Chris’s release from prison, they got back together and Chris and Jackie got married. In 1982, Jackie Gardner became pregnant with her third child, but Chris and Jacintha divorced in 1989. Jackie and Chris remained close friends for almost three decades.
After their divorce in 1981, Chris and Jackie began to contact each other again. Chris and Jacintha had another child together in 1985. Gardner turned down Jackie’s invitation to get back together. However, they did work out a plan for Chris Jr. to stay with his mother during the day. In addition, Jackie and Chris Jr. were still very close. They remain in contact with each other.
After the divorce, Chris Gardner was homeless in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district for nearly a year. He scrambled to find a place to live for themselves and their children. He spent his nights at soup kitchens and flophouses. After his discharge from the military, he went to San Francisco and worked as a surgical technician, learning different surgical techniques. He then married Jacintha Darlene Gardner, a math professor. Their marriage ended less than a year later, but they still had a child together.
Chris Gardner was born on February 9, 1954 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His father, Joseph, was absent from the family. His mother, Betty Jean Gardner, married a violent man named Freddie. Both men were abusive, and Chris’s mother became a clinical research assistant in San Francisco. Despite the traumatic experience, Chris’s mother had the support of her parents and motivated him to become independent and self-confident. While in jail, Chris Gardner was influenced by influential political figures such as Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. He went on to join the United States Navy.
The book “Chris Gardner and Jacintha Darlene Gardner” was adapted into a motion picture by Italian filmmaker Gabriele Muccino in 2006. The film starred Will Smith as Chris, and Jaden Smith, as Christopher Jr. It has been adapted into a number of other films. One of them, ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’, won the Golden Globe for best movie.
The two authors’ most popular work, “Pursuit of Happiness,” was an instant bestseller. It was translated into three languages, and won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work for Autobiography and Biography. It was also adapted into a movie, “The Pursuit of Happiness.” The film was nominated for an ASCAP Award for Best Box Office Film. It is one of the most widely read books in America.
The Gardners’ relationship began in the 1970s. Jacintha’s father, Chris, founded a brokerage firm. She became pregnant in 1999, and he divorced her nine years later. Her mother, Jackie Medina, later divorced him. The two parents also had two children together. The Gardners divorced nine years later. Jacintha’s father, Chris, married a wealthy philanthropist.
Chris Gardner was married to Sherry for nine years. In the early days, Chris and his son were homeless. He was unable to afford a house and remained homeless for a short period of time. Chris and Jacintha Darlene Gardner’s net worth is expected to reach $70 million in 2022. Their son Christopher, who was born in 1981, is an Aquarius.
Having met Bob Bridges in a red Ferrari, Chris was enrolled at the E.F. Hutton training program. In 1987, Chris and Jackie married and started their own firm, Gardner Rich & Co. In the meantime, Jacintha Darlene Gardner and Chris Gardner have a daughter. It is unclear whether Chris Gardner is still married, but the couple do have one son together.
In addition to Chris and Jacintha, Kim and Sharon are the sisters of the deceased. Their children are now living with their aunts and uncles. Their mother was abusive to their children and reported them to the authorities. Their mother was jailed for working while receiving Social Services, and Chris’s sisters went to foster homes. Jacintha was once released from a penitentiary but returned to her old home after attempting to burn down her family’s house with a furnace.