Who is Cassandra Peterson’s ex-husband Mark Pierson?

CASSANDRA Peterson has come out in her new memoir, Yours Cruelly, Elvira: Memoirs of the Mistress of the Dark.

The actress revealed that she never was interested in women before her ex-husband, so let’s take a look at who Mark Pierson is and why did they end… 

GettyCassandra Peterson met her ex husband Mark Pierson whilst he was producing the Elvira movies[/caption]

Who is Cassandra Peterson’s ex-husband Mark Pierson? 

There’s little information on Mark such as who are his parents and if he has any siblings. 

According to Biography Daily, Mark was born on September 6, 1955 in Los Angeles, California.

He is a singer, producer and manager with an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars. 

Mark was the producer of films like Elvira’s Haunted Hills (2001), The Elvira Show (1993), Midnight Madness (1990) and Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988).

GettyCassandra Peterson and Mark Pierson divorced in 2003[/caption]

How long was Cassandra Peterson married to Mark Pierson for?

Mark met Cassandra whilst being her manager and producer of the Elvira movies and started dating.

They then tied the knot in 1981 and stayed together till February 13, 2003.

The couple had a daughter together in October 1994, named Sadie.

Sadie has a keen interest in music since her childhood and sings on multiple occasions as well as plays the guitar. 

According to Linkedin the 25-year-old now works as a Customer Support Associate at TEKsystems.

Why did Cassandra Pierson split with Mark Pierson?

Fans were convinced this couple were going to be together forever as they came across to the public ‘so in love’ with each other. 

After 22 years of marriage and a daughter the pair made the hard decision to split.

Their divorce was finalized in 2003 and the reason behind it has still not been revealed.

However, Cassandra has revealed in her new memoir, Yours Cruelly, Elvira: Memoirs of the Mistress of the Dark, that she has been together with her now-girlfriend Teresa Wierson for 19 years, which suggests, but does not confirm there could have been a crossover.