Austin Ward Sherman, Sela Ward’s son

Austin Ward Sherman

Austin Ward Sherman is the son of Sela Ward. Austin Ward Sherman’s mother Sela is an American actress, author, and producer. Her breakthrough TV role was as Teddy Reed in the NBC drama series Sisters, for which she received her first Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 1994.

Austin Ward Sherman: Profile Summary

Full nameAustin Ward Sherman
Date of BirthMay 13, 1994
Age28 years old as of 2021
Place of Birth United States of America
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityCaucasian
Zodiac signTaurus
Famous as son of Sela Ward
Professionactor and singer
StatusUnknown
Eye ColorBrown
Hair colorBlack
Parents Sela Ward, Howard Sherman
Siblings Anabella Raye Sherman

Born on May 13, 1994 Austin Ward Sherman is the son of Sela Ward and her husband Howard Sherman. As of 2021 Austin is 28 years old. His zodiac sign is Taurus. Austin’s father Howard is an Enterprenur. Austin Ward Sherman is not the only child of his parents, he has a sister. Her name is Anabella Raye Sherman

Sela Ward’s two children, Anabella Ward Sherman, 24 and Austin Ward Sherman, 28 took after their mother’s looks. The three share an uncanny resemblance that is very clear to see. Sela can’t be more proud of her children and shows this fact with some of her posts on social media.

Sela once shared a picture on Facebook of herself and her son, Austin having lunch together, during her husband, Austin Sherman’s senatorial campaign.

The picture showed the pair pose for a photo, with Austin wearing his father’s campaign shirt, while Sela wore a white and blue striped T-shirt. 

How did his parents meet and start their relationship that lead to their marriage? The couple have not given any account of the circumstances that lead to their path crossing. However, Austin Ward Sherman’s parents got married on May 23, 1992.

After meeting two foster children during a holiday trip home to Mississippi in 1997,  Austin Ward Sherman’s mother, Ward decided to meet a broader need for abused and neglected children by initiating and partially funding the creation of a permanent group home and emergency shelter, as well as transition houses.

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Hope Village for Children opened in Ward’s hometown of Meridian in January 2002, housed on a 30-acre (12 ha) property once used as a Masonic-owned and operated orphanage, and is intended to serve as a pilot for a nationwide network of similar shelters. Hope Village currently has a capacity of 44 residents and serves an average of 300 children per year.

In 2002, Ward published her autobiography, Homesick: A Memoir, through HarperCollins’ ReganBooks imprint. In 2014, Ward was a part of her first group art exhibition at KM Fine Arts.

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