How Old Is Brittney Cade? Mike Dirnt’s Wife

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Brittney Cade is the wife of Mike Dirnt, an American rock musician who is the co-founder, bassist, backing vocalist, and occasional lead vocalist of Green Day. She was raised in Ojai, California and worked as a waitress in Los Angeles. As a child, her father was often away obtaining a degree, while her mother stayed at home to care for her.


Brittney Cade Age

How old is Brittney Cade? Her birthday falls on August 25, 1982 in California. As of 2023, she is 41 years old. Brittney Cade was went through breast cancer which diagnosis four years ago. She is now a breast cancer survivor.


Brittney Cade Marriage

Brittney Cade tied knot with Mike Dirnt in a private ceremony in Brittney’s hometown of Ojai, California. They tied knot on March 14, 2009. Couple has two children a son, Brixton Michael (born October 11, 2008), and a daughter, Ryan Ruby Mae (born November 29, 2010).

Brittney CadeProfile
Real NameBrittney Cade
Nick NameBrittney
Age41 years old (in 2023)
BirthdayAugust 25, 1982
ProfessionWorked as a waitress
Famous ForGreen Day bassist Mike Dirnt’s Wife
BirthplaceCalifornia, USA
Zodiac SignVirgo
HeightIn Feet Inches: 5′ 5″
In Meters: 1.65 m
In Centimetres: 165 cm
Weight (approx.)In Kilograms- 55 kg
In Pounds- 121 lbs
Body Measurements36-28-40
Shoe Size8 (US)
Eye ColorBrown
Hair colorDark Brown
SpouseMike Dirnt
Children?Son: Brixton Michael
Daughter: Ryan Ruby Mae
Educational QualificationsGraduate
Favorite ColorGreen, Black

All About Brittney Cade’s Husband Mike Dirnt

Mike Dirnt is a Star Wars fan. He stated jokingly in an interview that he bases “most of his religious beliefs” on Star Wars. His birthday is on Star Wars Day. Dirnt’s favorite bass player was Cliff Burton.

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He is a co-owner of the Emeryville and Oakland eatery Rudy’s Can’t Fail Cafe. The Clash’s song “Rudie Can’t Fail” from their album London Calling inspired the diner’s name. For example, “God Save the Chicken” is a play on “God Save the Queen” by the Sex Pistols, while “Give ‘Em Enough Meatloaf” is a nod to “Give ‘Em Enough Rope” by the Clash.


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