Who is Tiffany Stewart?
Tiffany Stewart was born in the USA on 1 January 1970 – her zodiac sign is Capricorn and she holds American nationality. She is a former saleswoman, who is perhaps known best for being the wife of American billionaire Mark Cuban.
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Early life and education
Tiffany was raised in the US alongside her sister by their parents who both worked two jobs to financially support the family. Tiffany and her sister often fought, but as Tiffany has stated, their mother would make them walk around the house three times and by the time they returned, the two would have reconciled – Tiffany is today using this method of discipline on her children.
She attended a local elementary school, at which she was interested in becoming a model or an actress, but after enrolling at a local high school, Tiffany learned that she didn’t have what it takes for those kinds of career, and thus focused on other things. Upon matriculation in 1988, she chose not to pursue a college degree, but to get a job and financially support herself.
Tiffany worked for an advertising agency as a saleswoman for many years, but quit the job after she started dating Mark Cuban, and after he offered to provide everything she needed, stating that she didn’t have to work anymore.
As Tiffany still wanted to do something, she and Mark eventually decided that she could work as the manager of some of his affairs.
Love life and marriage with Mark Cuban
It was in 1997 that Tiffany met Mark while they were working out at the same gym. They dated for a year before moving in together, and four years later the two exchanged vows in a private ceremony at a Barbados’ beach in September 2002, attended by around 20 of their closest friends and family members.
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In 2003, Tiffany gave birth to their daughter Alexis Sofia, and their second daughter Alyssa followed in 2006 – their son Jake was born in 2010. The family is living in a huge mansion in Dallas, Texas and although at first Tiffany stated that it was too big for them, and that she would have never bought it if it was up to her, she eventually became used to it, and now can’t imagine living anywhere else.
Tiffany hasn’t talked about any men she might have dated before meeting Mark, and as of November 2020, she is married and has three children.
Hobbies and other interests
Tiffany is known for being very secretive when it comes to her personal life – she avoids the media, and also keeps her children away from the spotlight.
She is a philanthropist who has volunteered with the organization Hoops ‘n Hopes, and has also donated money to Parkland Hospital. Tiffany is on the board of the Mavs Foundation, and is choosing the yearly grant recipients.
She is keen on travelling, and has been all around the US with her husband for both work and pleasure, while the two have also vacationed in Europe on various occasions, staying in countries such as Italy, England and France – her favorite city amongst the ones she has visited is Paris in France.
In her spare time, she likes to watch movies – her favorite actor and actress are Jim Carrey and Julia Roberts, as she enjoys watching comedy movies such as “Ace Venture: Pet Detective”, “Bruce Almighty” and “The Runaway Bride”.
Age, height and net worth
Tiffany’s age is 50. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, her height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 130lbs (59kgs). As of November 2020, her net worth is estimated at close to $1 million, while her husband’s net worth is reputedly over $4.2 billion.
Who is Mark Cuban?
Mark Cuban was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, on 31 July 1958 – his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He is an entrepreneur, investor, media proprietor and a TV personality, who might be known best for his wealth, being the 179th richest person in the world.
He was raised alongside his two brothers Jeff and Brian in Pittsburgh, by their mother Shirley who changed jobs every week, and their father Norton Cuban who worked as an automobile upholsterer. Mark became interested in making money at a very early age, and when he was 12, he sold garbage bags to buy himself basketball shoes.
During the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette strike when he was 16, he made money by bringing newspapers to Pittsburgh from Cleveland. He attended the University of Pittsburgh before transferring to Indiana University, graduating from its Kelley School of Business with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1981.
He started working as a bartender on 7 July 1982, before joining the Your Business Software as a salesperson. He went on to found his own company, MicroSolutions which he sold to CompuServe for $6 million in 1990. He started making serious money after he joined Audionet, which was renamed to Broadcast.com in 1998 and which was bought by Yahoo! in 1999 for $5.7 billion (in stocks).
As an investor, he has worked with the file sharing company Red Swoosh, the blog network Weblogs, Inc. and the investigative reporting website Sharesleuth.com. He worked with the independent book publisher Mascot Books in April 2007, which published his children’s book “Let’s Go, Mavs!”, and in November 2011, Mark released another book “How to Win at the Sport of Business: If I Can Do It, You Can Do It”.
In 2011, he joined the TV show “Shark Tank” as one of the investors and by May 2015 had invested close to $20 million in 85 deals.
He is today the owner of several companies, including Magnolia Pictures, and is also the majority owner of the basketball team the Dallas Mavericks, which he bought for $285 million – he has been interested in owning a football and a hockey team for years now.
Mark is a philanthropist who donated $5 million to Indiana University in June 2015, and who has been offering advice to owners of small businesses since the outbreak of the coronavirus in early 2020.