Heidi van Pelt is the ex-wife of Taran Noah, an American businessman and former actor. She is not in limelight as of now and resides in Kansas City, Missouri as of now. She got a child named Vox after getting married to Jerimiah Rozzo-Belle. They co-owned and operated the vegan eatery Fud, which closed down in a fight.
Heidi van Pelt Biography
Heidi van Pelt has kept a low profile and remains primarily absent from social media, her posts on Facebook reflect her advocacy for female victims of child abuse and mental health issues. She has maintained a low profile and is not active on social media.
At the age of 17, Smith married Heidi van Pelt on April 27, 2001. The marriage sparked much controversy due to the couple’s age difference, as van Pelt was 16 years older. After six years of marriage and eight years of knowing each other, the couple filed for divorce on February 2, 2007.
Smith and his then-wife opened Playfood, a vegan and organic restaurant and non-dairy cheese factory in California, in 2005. He worked as a volunteer for Communitere in the Philippines in 2014.
Heidi van Pelt Age, Education, Parents
Heidi van Pelt was born on July 11, 1968, in Missouri. Her mother name was Marsha Duncan who raised her as a single parents. Her parents separated when she was young.
She attended local elementary schools before moving to BluePrint High School and later graduating from Oak Park High School. She initially pursued Design and Fashion at Stephens College in Columbia.
She also went to University of Missouri. After this, she joined the CIA which she completed from University of Washington, where she learnt Russian but left a semester short of graduation.
Who Is Taran Noah?
Taran Noah is a former actor and businessman from the United States. In 1992 and 1994, he received two Young Artist Awards for his portrayal of Mark Taylor in the sitcom Home Improvement. He gained control of his $1.5 million trust fund, which he accused his parents of squandering by purchasing themselves a mansion, at 18. In 2015, his mother Candy Bennici stated,
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“Of course we didn’t touch his money… It was in a trust fund. We couldn’t have touched it if we wanted to. They were trying to get it when he was 17, and we were trying to protect it. Luckily the Marin courts were very good about it and didn’t give it to them”.
He later said,
“I’d gotten out of the teenage phase and realized my parents weren’t doing anything wrong but were trying to protect me”
Smith was quoted as saying in 2001,
“I started Home Improvement when I was seven, and the show ended when I was 16. I never had the chance to decide what I wanted to do with my life. When I was 16, I knew that I didn’t want to act anymore.”