• Catherine Cecil ‘Capa’ Person was born on 13 October 1970 in Dallas, Texas, USA.
• She is a fashion designer and entrepreneur, and is the wife of Troy Aikman, a former professional NFL player.
• Her net worth is estimated at over $3 million, and is assumed to include her husband's wealth of over $50 million.
• She was previously married to Jerry Mooty, with whom she had two sons, Val and Luke.
• Troy Aikman was inducted into the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2005, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.


Who is Catherine Mooty?

Catherine Cecil ‘Capa’ Person was born on 13 October 1970 under the sign of Libra, in Dallas, Texas USA. She is a 49-year-old entrepreneur and fashion designer, probably best recognized for owning the fashion line and mobile boutique ‘Luxeliner’. She is also known for being the wife of Troy Aikman, a former professional National Football League (NFL) player.

How rich is she, as of now? Catherine Mooty Net Worth

As of early 2020, Catherine Mooty’s net worth is estimated at over $3 million, earned largely from her successful involvement in the fashion industry as a designer and entrepreneur.


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Moreover, it is assumed that she shares the wealth of her famous husband, Troy Aikman, who has a reputed net worth of over $50 million.

Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity

Catherine Mooty spent her early years in her hometown of Dallas, where she was raised by her parents; however, there is no public information about them. Furthermore, she has never revealed if she has any siblings or not. Catherine is American by nationality, and belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group.

Professional Career

Even though there is no information regarding her educational background, it is known that Catherine Mooty started her professional career in the business industry early.

Being interested in fashion, she eventually co-founded the fashion brand she called ‘Luxeliner’ in 2012, along with her friends, Alyson Griffith, Charlotte Jones Anderson Jennifer Clark, and Wendy Poston. They soon expanded the business, and launched a mobile boutique, which moves around the city and sells clothes, accessories, and various gift items.

First Marriage, Children, Divorce

Prior to coming to public notice as the wife of Troy Aikman, Catherine Mooty was married to Jerry Mooty, who is an attorney by profession as well as a healthcare executive. He is also known as the relative of Jerry Jones, the owner of the NFL team – the Dallas Cowboys.

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The couple had two sons, Val and Luke Mooty. They eventually went their separate ways, and divorced in 2013; they shared custody of their children.

Marriage to Troy Aikman

Catherine Mooty and Troy Aikman met each other in 2016, became romantically involved, and after dating for a year, became engaged on 3 June 2017 while they were on a vacation in Lake Como, Italy. They eventually tied the knot at a wedding ceremony held at the Biltmore Four Seasons in Montecito, California, on 1 September 2017. The ceremony was private and attended only by their closest family and friends.

Catherine and Troy have no children together, but he adopted her two sons from her previous marriage, while she adopted his two daughters, named Alexa Marie and Jordan Ashley, from his previous marriage. Troy was married to Dallas Cowboys publicist Rhonda Worthey from 2000 to 2011.

Who is Her Husband? Troy Aikman Short Wiki/Bio

Troy Kenneth Aikman was born on 21 November 1966 under the sign of Scorpio, in West Covina, California USA. He spent one part of his childhood in Cerritos, California, where he was raised with his elder sister Tamara by theirs father, Kenneth Myron Aikman, and mother Charlyn Marie Bailey. When he was 12, Troy moved with his family to Henryetta, Oklahoma.

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Educational Background and Amateur Career

Troy Aikman went to Henryetta High Schoo, where he started playing football in the school team. While in there, Troy won All-State honors and the team the Oklahoma high school state championship held in Typing in 1983. Upon matriculation in 1984, Troy was invited to join the New York Mets, a Major League Baseball team, but he turned down the offer since he wanted to pursue a career as a football player. So, he enrolled into the University of Oklahoma, and there continued to play football for the college team – the Oklahoma Sooners – under the head coach Barry Switzer.

He immediately distinguished himself as a player, actually becoming the first freshman to start as a quarterback since World War II. After leading the team to win the 1985 National Championship, Troy transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and there joined the UCLA Bruins. In his junior year, he won the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year, and in his senior year the Davey O’Brien Award for being the nation’s top quarterback. He finished his college career with 5,781 yards, 694 attempts, 439 completions, and 42 touchdown passes.

Professional Career

In 1989, Troy Aikman started his professional playing career after being chosen as the first overall pick in the first round of the NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. He spent 12 seasons with the team, and during this stint made six Pro Bowl appearances (1991-1996), and the team won three Super Bowl championships (XXVII, XXVIII, XXX). He is also the winner of Super Bowl XXVII Most Valuable Player award. Troy retired in 2001, finishing his professional career with 32,943 passing yards, 4,715 passing attempts, 2,898 passing completions, and 165 touchdowns. Thanks to his accomplishments, Troy Aikman was inducted into the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2005, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.

Two years later, he was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame. Most recently, he was the winner of the 2014 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award.

Career After Retirement

In 2001 Troy Aikman joined the Fox network as an analyst and color commentator of National Football Conference telecasts. In the following year, he was teamed up with Cris Collinsworth and Joe Buck, and his work on television earned him an Emmy Award nomination in 2004. Troy is also the host of a weekly sports show on Sporting News Radio. Furthermore, he joined the National Football Foundation Board of Directors in 2010. Besides that, Troy was a former owner of Hall of Fame Racing, a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing team.

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