Who is Brett Favre’s daughter? Brittany Favre Wiki Bio
Brittany Nicole Favre was born in Mississippi, USA on 6 February 1989 – her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. Brittany is a lawyer, but known because she’s a daughter of Brett Favre, a former American Football player.
Childhood and education
Brittany grew up in Mississippi alongside her sister Breleigh, raised by Brett and his wife Deanna Favre – Brett was a quarterback who competed in the National Football League (NFL) for over 18 years, while Deanna is the author of two books entitled “Don’t Bet Against Me!: Beating the Odds Against Breast Cancer and in Life” and “The Cure Of The Chronic Life” which she wrote after winning her battle against cancer.
Brett was 19 years old when Deanna gave birth to Brittany. As she has stated in an interview, Brittany became interested in law at a very early age and wanted to become a lawyer – ‘I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was a kid. I looked at successful lawyers the same way aspiring athletes look at my dad.’
Brittany was following in her father’s footsteps while at high school, as she participated in several sports, however, after matriculation she enrolled at Loyola University from which she graduated with a Master’s degree in Law in May 2005.
Career as a lawyer
Brittany immediately launched her career as a lawyer when she started working in the field in of sports and entertainment for the Hattiesburg law firm in Mississippi. Brittany has had a shot at acting as well, as she appeared in the sixth season of the “A Football Life” documentary TV series in 2016, which follows her father’s life and his career as a football player.
Love life and relationships
Brittany met Parker Brett while she was still studying at college and they dated for more than five years before she gave birth to their son on 2 April 2010; however, they then split-up without marrying.
I was so sassy in my glittery dress at adult prom/JA Charity Ball. Idk her. pic.twitter.com/3SSud7MJhs
— Brittany Favre (@brittany_favre) October 27, 2019
She then met Patrick Valkenburg whom she married on 26 January 2011 – they have a son together named AJ. Years later, Brittany divorced Patrick and began dating Alex Mallion whom she married in 2017. She has custody over her two sons, so the family of four is living together in Hattiesburg.
Hobbies and other interests
Brittany is very interested in sports, as she grew up watching football and supporting her father – she was an avid soccer player while at high school and also enjoyed playing tennis. She spent a lot of her free time as a kid watching TV shows and movies, and some of her favorites are the “Charmed” TV series, and the “Forrest Gump” movie starring Tom Hanks.
She likes telling stories about her father, and how he motivated her while she was still studying, and she spent a lot of time with him during her teenage years, including years running with him every Saturday morning.
Brittany is a philanthropist, and has been helping her parents with their Favre 4 Hope foundation, which was created after her mother Deanna successfully fought against cancer – the foundation supports charities which provide support to underserved and disabled children, as well as breast cancer patients.
Appearance and net worth
Brittany is 30 years old. She has long blonde and brown hair, blue eyes, and her net worth is over $300,000, while her father Brett’s net worth is over $100 million, as of late 2019.
Who is Brett Favre, Brittany’s father?
Brett Favre was born in Gulfport, Mississippi USA, on 10 October 1969 – his zodiac sign is Libra and he holds American nationality. Brett is a former football quarterback who spent most of his career playing for the Green Bay Packers in the NFL.
Brett was raised with three siblings in Kiln, a small town in Mississippi, by his parents Irvin Ernest Favre and Bonita Ann who were both teachers – Brett has French ancestry on his mother’s side. He studied at the Hancock North Central High School where his parents were working, and it was there that he began playing football, as well as baseball. After being seen during a game by a scout of the University of Southern Mississippi, he was offered a football scholarship and began playing for their Golden Eagles team.
I added a new jacket to the wardrobe last night. What an incredible honor, still in awe of everything going on this weekend.
On 14 July 1990, he was involved in a car accident which nearly killed him – he was taken to a hospital where 30ins (0.76m) of his small intestine was removed. It took him six weeks to recover and get back on the field – he graduated with a teaching degree in 1991.
On 19 July 1991, he signed a three-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons. but his performance wasn’t good, and in February 1992 he was traded to Green Bay Packers, who had actually wanted to take him in 1991 before the Falcons.
He stayed with the team for 16 years, becoming the first and so far only player competing in the NFL to win three consecutive Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Awards – he lead the team to two Super Bowls while in 1996 they won the Super Bowl XXXI. From 20 September 1992 to 20 January 2008, he played in every game to a total of 253 – after leaving Packers, the number rose to 297 games.
Although he announced his retirement in 2008, he decided to play for an additional season and was traded to New York Jets on 7 August 2008 – after the season ended, he once again planned to retire, but was signed for another year, this time by the Minnesota Vikings. He ended up playing for them until 2 January 2011, when he officially retired.
Brett suffered from numerous injuries throughout his career, and in 2013 stated in an interview that he suffered memory loss as a result of several concussions. After his retirement, he joined the NFL Network to work as an analyst of the NFL competition. He appeared in the “There’s Something About Mary” comedy movie in 1998 which stars Cameron Diaz.
He married his wife Deanna, Brittany’s mother, on 14 July 1996, seven years after Brittany was born. Brett was once a heavy drinker, and was addicted to Vicodin in 1996, spending 46 days at a rehabilitation clinic before being allowed to play football again.