Mary Elizabeth "Tipper" Gore is an author, photographer, former second lady of the United States, and the estranged wife of Al Gore. She is known for her role in the Parents Music Resource Center criticizing record covers featuring "profane language", especially in the heavy metal and rap genres. Born Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson in Washington, D.C., Tipper Gore is the daughter of John Kenneth "Jack" Aitcheson, Jr., a plumbing-supply entrepreneur, and his first wife, Margaret Ann Odom . Her nickname, Tipper, derives from the lullaby "Tippy, Tippy, Tin", originally sung in the 1940 Our Gang...
|Birthdate:||August 19, 1948|
|Education:||Boston University, St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School|
|Also known as:||Tipper Gore, Tipper, Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson|