• Michelle Moyer is 53 years old and is best known for being the third and ex-wife of Dennis Rodman
• Her net worth is estimated to be over $300,000
• She has three children including her daughter Teyana and two children with Dennis Rodman
• Dennis Rodman is a former NBA player, professional wrestler and has appeared in numerous TV series, films and reality shows
• He has won multiple NBA championships, NAIA All-American Awards and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011
- 1 Who is Michelle Moyer?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Michelle Moyer Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
- 4 Marriage to Dennis Rodman
- 5 Divorce
- 6 Mother of Three Children
- 7 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 8 Who is Her Ex-Husband? Dennis Rodman Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Michelle Moyer?
Michelle Moyer was born in 1967 in the United States; the actual date and place of her birth haven’t been disclosed. She is a 53-year-old celebrity, probably best known for being the third and ex-wife of Dennis Rodman, a former professional National Basketball Association (NBA) player.
How rich is she, as of now? Michelle Moyer Net Worth
As of early 2020, Michelle Moyer’s net worth is over $300,000 which she received through the divorce settlement. Even though her ex-husband, Dennis Rodman, made more than $27 million during his career, his current net worth is only $500,000. It’s reported that he owns Michelle close to$1 million in back child support.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
Michelle Moyer apparently spent her early years somewhere in the US. She is American by nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. However, there is no information regarding her parents, siblings, and educational background.
Marriage to Dennis Rodman
Michelle Moyer and Dennis Rodman met each other in a bar back in 1999, and in no time became romantically involved in a relationship. They eventually tied the knot at a private wedding ceremony held in Newport Beach, California on his 42nd birthday – 13 May 2003.
Prior to their marriage, Dennis Rodman was married to Annie Bakes – they started dating in 1987, and she gave birth to their daughter, named Alexis Caitlyn, in 1988. Dennis and Annie subsequently married in September 1992, but their marriage lasted only 82 days. He then married famous model Carmen Electra in 1998, but they divorced in the following year, Rodman filing for an annulment claiming ‘unsound mind’ at the time of the marriage.
In 2004, Michelle and Dennis went their separate ways and she filed for divorce. Even though they spent several years trying to reconcile, the divorce was finalized in 2012.
The main reasons for that were his alcoholism and drug addiction, alleged domestic abuse, and apparent infidelity on Rodman’s behalf. Michelle once stated that he was an irresponsible father who allegedly got drunk in front of their children.
Mother of Three Children
Michelle has a daughter, named Teyana, from her previous relationship. She later welcomed two children with Dennis, their first child, a son named Dennis Thayne Rodman Jr., on 25 April 2000. He now plays basketball for the Washington State Cougars of the Pac-12 Conference. Their second child, a daughter named Trinity, was born in 2001.
She is a soccer player and played for the US Women’s National Team, most recently signing a contract with the Cougars women’s soccer team. Michelle also has two grandchildren from her elder daughter Teyana.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Michelle Moyer has long blonde dyed hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.78m), while her weight is around 110lbs (50kgs). Her vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe size haven’t been revealed.
Who is Her Ex-Husband? Dennis Rodman Short Wiki/Bio
Dennis Keith Rodman was born on 13 May 1961 under the sign of Taurus, in Trenton, New Jersey USA to Philander Rodman, Jr., a US Air Force enlisted member, and Shirley Rodman.
His father left them when he was three years old, so Dennis was raised in Oak Cliff, Dallas alongside two sisters named Kim and Debra by a single mother. His father has 27 children with four different women, while Dennis once said that he has 46 siblings in total.
Educational Background and Amateur Career
Dennis Rodman went to South Oak Cliff High School where he started playing basketball, but wasn’t able to join the school basketball team since he was only 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall at the time. Upon matriculation, he spent some time working as an overnight janitor at Dallas Forth Worth International Airport, but following a sudden growth spurt to 6ft 7ins (2.01m), Dennis resumed playing basketball again.
He joined Cooke County College for one semester, after which he transferred to Southeastern Oklahoma State University. While in there, Dennis averaged 25.7 points and 15.7 rebounds per game, and won three NAIA All-American Awards. He also played at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, and won the Most Valuable Player award.
Professional NBA Career
While in college, Dennis Rodman was spotted by the Detroit Pistons and his professional playing career started when he was chosen as the third pick in the second round of the NFL Draft by the team in 1986. He played for the Detroit Pistons until 1993, then for the San Antonio Spurs from 1993 to 1995, the Chicago Bulls between 1995 and 1998, the Los Angeles Lakers in 1999 and the Dallas Mavericks in 2000.
During his career, Dennis was named seven times to the NBA All-Defensive First Team, to the NBA All-Star game twice, won five NBA championships with his teams, two NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award.. Dennis finished his professional NBA career with 6,683 points, 11,954 rebounds, and 1,600 assists. His No. 10 jersey was retired in 2011 by the Pistons. During the same year, Dennis was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Professional Wrestling Career
Dennis Rodman is also known as a professional wrestler. He competed in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from 1997 to 1999, making his debut in March 1997, when he appeared as a part of the nWo.
He then teamed up with Hulk Hogan for the match against The Giant and Lex Luger, but they were defeated. Thereafter, he helped Hulk to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in August 1997. During the following year, he was focused on playing basketball, but he returned to the WCW in 1999. Dennis retired from wrestling after his loss to Curt Henning at the i-Generation Superstars of Wrestling pay-per-view event in July 2000. He would later compete in Hulk Hogan’s reality program “Celebrity Championship Wrestling” (2008), and finished as the winner.
Dennis Rodman created his own reality talk show, entitled “The Rodman World Tour”, aired on MTV in 1996.
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— Dennis Rodman (@dennisrodman) September 14, 2019
He also made an appearance in the 1997 action film “Double Team”, next to Mickey Rourke and Jean-Claude Van Damme, which earned him three Golden Raspberry Awards. He also guest-starred in such TV series as “Baywatch”, “3rd Rock From The Sun”, and “Soldier of Fortune, Inc.”, and such reality shows as the UK version of “Celebrity Big Brother”, “Celebrity Mole” and “Celebrity Apprentice”, among others. In 2005, he posed naked for PETA, the first man to do that, and during the same year became Commissioner of the Lingerie Football League. He has traveled several times to North Korea, which was documented in the 2015 film “Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang In Pyongyang”. Dennis has written two autobiographical books, “Bad As I Wanna Be” (1996) and “I Should Be Dead By Now” (2005).