Olivia Namath (Joe Namath’s Daughter) Wikipedia, Age, Kids, Husband & Parents

Olivia Namath is the daughter of Joe Namath whose career in football spanned thirteen seasons, during which he was a quarterback in both the American Football League (AFL) and the National Football League (NFL) in the United States of America. She also appears in ‘The Wedding Ringer’ (2015).

Olivia Namath Wiki, Age & Parents

Olivia Namath was born on 11 December 1991 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, U.S. As of 2023, she is 32 years old. Her mother, Deborah Mays and father, Joe Namath met while taking a voice class in 1983.

Her mother, Deborah later changed her first name to May and then changed it again to Tatiana, an aspiring actress; he was 39 and she was 22. They married in 1984, with Namath claiming, “She caught my last pass.”


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Olivia also has a sister named, Jessica (born 1986). Her parents divorced in 2000, with the children living in Florida with their father. In May 2007, Olivia gave birth to a daughter, Natalia.

Olivia with her three children resides in the state of California. Further grandchildren named John, Emerson, and Jemma are also a part of Namath’s family, and they all reside in the same house as him with their mother, Jessica.

Olivia NamathShort Bio
Age32 years (in 2023)
Birthday11 December 1991
Famous ForJoe Namath’s Daughter
BirthplaceBeaver Falls, Pennsylvania, U.S
Zodiac SignSagittarius
HeightIn feet & inches: 5′ 7″
In meters: 1.70
HusbandEdwin Baker
ParentsJoe Namath and Deborah Mays

How Tall Is Olivia Namath?

Olivia Namath’s height is 5’7”. Her exact body weight is not known. She has curly brown hair and beautiful light brown pair of eyes.


Olivia Namath Net Worth

Olivia Namath’s net worth is not known. Her father Joe Namath has a net worth of $25 million, as of 2023. Namath moved into a career in acting after experiencing a brief period of popularity as a host on The Joe Namath Show in 1969.

Performing on stage, starring in a number of films, such as C.C. and Company with Ann-Margret and William Smith in 1970, performing on stage in “Picnic” with Donna Mills in 1971, and appearing in a brief television series called The Waverly Wonders in 1978.

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