Who is Tudor Dixon?   Let's Know...

The Muskegon County resident Tudor Dixon, who won the Republican nomination for governor on Tuesday, is still mostly unheard of in Michigan.

When Dixon runs against Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in the November election, 

she will be attempting to sharply raise her profile. Dixon received the former President Donald Trump's endorsement on Friday.

In addition to appearing in horror films between 2008 and 2012, Dixon, a 45-year-old from Norton Shores, has worked in the steel industry and in the media.

He also had a brief spell as a conservative commentator on cable TV's "Real America's Voice."

Dixon, who was born and raised in Illinois, obtained a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Kentucky before relocating to Michigan in 2002,

When her father Vaughn Makary, recently dead, bought the Muskegon foundry of West Michigan Steel in a bankruptcy sale and started running it as Michigan Steel.

After quitting the steel industry, Dixon said that her job in the media drew her back into politics.

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