The 56-year-old skater Dorothy Hamill is a contestant on the sixteenth season of Dancing with the Stars, partnering with Tristan MacManus. She is married to John MacColl, who is her third husband, since 2010.
Hamill was married and divorced twice: to singer/actor Dean Paul Martin, married in 1982 and divorced in 1984. Then to Kenneth Forsythe, married in 1987 and divorced in 1995, and with whom she had a daughter named Alexandra. In 2008, Hamill announced she was battling with cancer.
62-year-old John A. MacColl is Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer since January 2006. He is responsible for the risk management activities of FTI Consulting. In August 2007, MacColl assumed the position of Chief Compliance Officer. He has been a general counsel for three large public companies, including FTI, since 1990. MacColl was Chief Legal Officer of FTI Consulting from 2006 to 2008.
Before working at FTI, MacColl was Vice Chairman of St. Paul Travelers from 2004 to 2005, a position held with its predecessor, The St. Paul Companies, Inc. from May 2002 to April 2004. From May 1999 to August 2004, he also held the position of General Counsel of The St. Paul Companies, Inc.
He also was a senior executive at USF&G Corporation, then as Executive Vice President of Human Resources and General Counsel. MacColl also served as a partner in the commercial litigation practice at DLA Piper in its Baltimore office and was an assistant U.S. attorney in Baltimore, according to FTI Consulting website.
John MacColl began his career as a law clerk in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Court of Philadelphia. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Princeton University in 1970. He went to Law School in Georgetown University as well as Princeton University.
John MacColl’s other affiliations:
Nuveen Investments, Inc.
The St. Paul Companies, Inc.
The Travelers Companies, Inc.
Georgetown University Law School
AIX Holdings, Inc.
GeoVera Insurance Holdings Ltd.
John was seen with tears in his eyes when his beloved wife announced she was leaving DWTS on the advice of her spine surgeon, Mrs. Hamill said she had nerve damage that could be “irreparable,”