• Kerri Browitt Caviezel is a former basketball player, high school English teacher and the wife of Jim Caviezel
• She was born in Mount Vernon, Washington State USA, in 1968 and holds American nationality
• She is an avid flautist, reader, documentary film and TV series watcher and animal lover
• She and Jim have three adopted children
• As of December 2020, Kerri's net worth has been estimated to be over $600,000


Who is Kerri Browitt Caviezel?

Kerri Browitt was born in Mount Vernon, Washington State USA, in 1968 and has kept her exact date of birth hidden from the media’s attention (some sources claim that she was born on 26 September just as her husband) – her zodiac sign is said to be Libra and she holds American nationality. She is a former basketball player and a high school teacher who might be known best for being the wife of Jim Caviezel, a famous American actor.

Childhood and education

Kerri was raised alongside her siblings David, Jim and Kristen, in Mount Vernon but hasn’t shared any details concerning them, nor her parents David James Browitt and Jean Vandetta who are believed to have both worked in the field of real estate.

Kerri grew up being interested in basketball and although she was urged by her parents to focus on her education, she still chose to practice it and eventually found herself playing for her high school’s team. Kerri was also interested in acting and dancing and upon matriculation in 1986, she enrolled at Western Washington University (WWU) at which she played basketball for their team WWU Vikings. She helped her team achieve a 30-5 record, and Kerri was eventually named a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) National Scholar-Athlete.

For her contributions to the college’s basketball, Kerri was in February 2015 inducted into the Western Washington University’s Athletics Hall of Fame.

Kerri’s career

Kerri has been keeping details of her career hidden from the media’s attention, but it’s widely believed that she has been working as a high school English teacher since she graduated from WWU in 1990.

Love life and marriage with Jim Caviezel

Kerri met Jim Caviezel in 1993 on a blind date organized by Jim’s sister Amy, and the most important thing that the two shared from the very start was being devoted Christians. They began dating, and on 20 July 1996, the two wed in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family, at the Immaculate Conception Church located in Roslyn, Washington State.

Kerri Browitt Caviezel and Jim Caviezel

Kerri and Jim don’t have biological children together, but have adopted three Chinese kids with cancer – this is one of the reasons why there are rumors circulating the internet that either Jim or Kerri is infertile, however, neither of the two have commented on the rumors.

As of December 2020, Kerri is married to Jim Caviezel, and they have three adopted children.

Hobbies and other interests

Kerri has been interested in music since a very early age, and after she was gifted a flute, she learned how to play it, and is today an avid flautist.

She is keen on reading books based on important historical events, such as the World War II and the holocaust, while she is also keen on watching documentary films and TV series.

Kerri is a huge lover of animals, with her favorites being dogs – she has a pet dog and two pet cats.

One of her favorite hobbies is travelling, and she has been all around the US with her husband, keeping him company during his red carpet events. The two have also vacationed in Europe on several occasions, staying in countries such as England and France.

Age, height and net worth

Kerri’s age is 52. She has long brown hair and green eyes, her height is 5ft 9ins (1.75m), she weighs around 130lbs (60kgs), and her vital statistics are 34-25-34. As of December 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $600,000, while her husband Jim’s net worth has been estimated at over $25 million.

Who is Jim Caviezel?

Jim Patrick Caviezel was born in Mount Vernon, Washington USA, on 26 September 1968 – his zodiac sign is Libra and he holds American nationality. Jim is an actor who might be known best for his portrayal of Jesus Christ in the drama film “The Passion of the Christ”, written and directed by Mel Gibson, and which also starred Monica Belluci and Maia Morgenstern – it follows the final 12 hours before Jesus of Nazareth was crucified in Jerusalem. The movie was a hit, winning 29 awards while it was nominated for 24 others, including three Oscars.

Jim was raised alongside his brother Timothy and their three sisters, Erin, Amy and Ann, by their father James who was a chiropractor, and their mother Margaret who was a theatre actress and housewife. Not much is known about his education and early life, as Jim has remained secretive about his private matters up to the moment when he launched his acting career in 1991, with his role in the movie “My Own Private Idaho”.

After this role, Jim moved to Los Angeles in California, and was in 1993 invited to study at the Juilliard School in New York, but turned down the offer, instead to play the lead character in the 1994 biographical western movie “Wyatt Earp”.

He became popular after his performance in the 1998 epic war movie “The Thin Red Line”., and a few of his following roles were in movies “Pay It Forward” in 2000, “The Count of Monte Cristo” in 2002, and “Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius” in 2004.

After his breakthrough, Jim was invited to appear in many movies and in 2008 starred in both the science fiction action “Outlander”, and the psychological horror “Long Weekend”.

He went on to star in the science fiction crime series “Person of Interest” from 2011 to 2016, and in 2018 played Apostle Luke in the biblical drama movie “Paul, Apostle of Christ”. He has recently been cast to portray Tim Ballard in the upcoming action movie “Sound of Freedom”.

Jim is a highly religious person, and after he was supposed to shoot a love scene with Jennifer Lopez in the movie “Angel Eyes”, he asked that she puts on a top and that he wears a shirt. He has also appeared in a commercial against Missouri Constitutional Amendment 2, which allows embryonic stem cell research and therapy.

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