Troy Dendekker Biography
|Date of Birth:||1970|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Married to||Bradley Nowell (m. 1996–1996)|
|Children||Jakob James Nowell|
|Divorce||Bradley Nowell (m. 1996–1996)|
Troy Dendekker is famous as the wife of one of the famous musician, Bradley Nowell. She was just a normal American woman before she tied the knot with Nowell. Her husband died because of an overdose of heroin. After the tragic death of her first husband, she is now married to her second husband, Kiki Holmes.
Early Life And Wiki Of Troy Dendekker
Troy Dendekker rose to fame when the media share the news regarding her husband's death, thus, there is little information regarding her early life and childhood. She was born in the United States of America on March 8, 1971. She grew up and spent most of her childhood days in her hometown.
Regarding her ethnicity and nationality, she is of White American. Troy is yet to reveal information regarding her early life, educational background, siblings, parents, family life, and childhood.
Troy Dendekker's Career And Net Worth
As mentioned above, Troy Dendekker only came into the spotlight for being the spouse of Nowell. There is nothing disclosed about her work life and professional career.
As career details are not shared, Troy Dendekker's net worth figure is also not revealed. Her husband was one of the famous American musicians, who had performed on various albums. His one of the popular albums includes "Sublime" that earned $3,165,342 on its video sales.
As, the lead singer and guitarist of the spa punk band Sublime, Bradley Nowell made a huge amount of money.
In Nowell's lifetime, Sublime released the albums 40oz. to Freedom and Robbin' the Hood to critical and commercial success.
Sublime released their self-titled third album two months after Nowell's death and has subsequently released several compilation albums featuring the hundreds of songs he recorded throughout his life. Nowell remains an influential figure of the 1990s alternative era in his legacy.
Troy Dendekker's Personal Life
In the early 1990s, while Troy was on tour, she started dating Bradley Nowell. The couple welcomed a son named Jakob James Nowell during 1995. During the arrival of their first son, the pair was not married.
Troy Dendekker's married life was a tragic one. Her husband died just a week after they exchanged the vows. Troy and Bradley dated for several years before being married in 1996. The pair got married in a private wedding ceremony.
The reason behind Bradley's death was the overdose of Heroin. Her husband death devastated and shook her.
After the tragic death of her first husband, she is now married to her second husband, Kiki Holmes. The pair got married on November 1, 2002, in an intimate wedding ceremony. The duo has been enjoying a blissful married life for seventeen years with no rumors of divorce and separation issues.
Back in October 2016, Holmes shared his marriage certificate with the public dedicating fourteen years of togetherness.
As far as Troy Dendekker's height, weight, and body measurements are concerned, she has not disclosed information about her measurements.
Troy Dendekker's Husband Death
Troy's husband, Bradley died just after seven days of their marriage. On May 25, "Sublime" documentary music was about to begin. They were on a tour and the band was staying at the Ocean View Motel. At that time a drummer named Bud Gaugh woke up to find Nowell who was lying on the floor next to his bed.
That night Bradley tried to wake up his friends to go to the beach but they all were too tired to get out of bed. However, Gaugh assumed that he had been too intoxicated to get into bed where he noticed a green film around Bradley's mouth and was sure that he had overdosed on heroin.
Gaugh called for paramedics but Nowell had died before he could call them. Nowell was cremated and his ashes were placed over his favorite surfing spot in California. Troy wanted to make people clear about the goal of the concert and aware people about the unnecessary use of drugs.
When Bradley died the other members of Sublime had no interest in continuing and recording the album. Sublime's final album was released n July 30, 1996.