Krystin Beasley Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 23 Jan, 2021
Facts of Krystin Beasley
Birth Nation: United States of America
Birth Name Krystin Beasley
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Little Elm, Texas, USA
Profession Celebrity spouse
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Krystin Beasley is famous among the public for being the wife of American Footballer, Cole Beasley who played for the Buffalo Bills team since 2019.

Short-Bio Of Krystin Beasley

Krystin Beasley was born under the birth sign Taurus on May 7, 1990, in Little Elm, Texas, USA. She is the daughter of Frances Cavazos-Brown who works in an American international real estate company, in Texas as an estate agent for Real Estate Maximums.

She was raised alongside two siblings; Ashton Blair Herrera and Cameron Tehlor Brown. Her sister Ashton died in an auto accident in 2007.

However, the information related to her education is unknown.

Personal Life: Marriage, Kids, and Husband

The 30 years old, is famous for her marital life with Cole Beasley. They walked down on the aisle on April 22, 2014, in a very closed ceremony in front of their close ones in McKinney, Texas. 

Together they have shared three kids: a daughter, Jovie Carter Beasley, born on January 16, 2019, and two sons: Ace Beasley, born in October 2014, and Everett Beasley, born on January 16, 2017. 

CAPTION: Krystin Beasley with her husband and kids SOURCE: Biography Mask

As of now, the pair has completed seven years of togetherness and has still maintained a strong bond together. 

His Net Worth and Career

Krystin Beasley's professional life is yet to be revealed so her income source and individual net worth is missing. But she has shared $14 million along with her husband Cole as per the Celebrity Net Worth. All of his income is possible from his career as a football player.

While talking about his career in detail, he started his football career in his college days at  Southern Methodist University. In 2012 he signed a contract with Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent. In 2015 he joined Dallas Cowboys for $13.6 million after signing a four-year deal. In 2019 he again signed a four-year contract with the Buffalo Bills for a whopping $29 million.

 

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