Tiffany Stewart is an American TV personality and former advertising executive, who is more widely known for being the wife of the billionaire businessman, TV personality, author and philanthropist Mark Cuban, himself probably known best as the owner of the National Basketball Association (NBA) team, the Dallas Mavericks.
Age, Early Life, and Education Background
Tiffany Stewart was born under the Capricorn zodiac sign on 1 January 1970, in Dallas, Texas, which makes her 52 years old as of mid-2022. She was born to Jim Stewart and his wife Beverly Stewart, who worked in real estate and was the founder of Friends of the Library before she passed away in 2020. Tiffany was raised in a middle-class family of Scottish-British ancestry, alongside her sister Julie Stewart Moore and Jamie Stewart Hawks. She’s revealed that she used to fight a lot with her sister when she was growing up, and that their mother would make them take a walk around their house repeatedly, until they made peace.
Stewart attended a local high school in Dallas, before she matriculated to an unidentified university, and eventually graduated with a bachelor’s degree in late 1993.
Hobbies and Interests
Tiffany is keen on taking care of her body, and hits the gym regularly; she is a vegetarian, and so sticks to a healthy diet.
She is a big fan of films and TV series – her favorite actress and actor are Jenifer Lopez and Tom Hanks respectively, moreover, her favorite films are “Notting Hill” and “The Terminal.”
The celebrity wife is a big fan of traveling, and has toured many US destinations with her husband, both for pleasure and business. Additionally, she has vacationed in many European destinations, including France, England and Italy.
Tiffany started her career as a saleswoman at an advertising agency, where she worked briefly before walking the aisle with Mark, quitting her job to manage her home after the couple welcomed their first child. She has been very supportive of Mark’s career, and has also been managing some of his business affairs.
Tiffany has teamed up with her husband to do philanthropic work; she donates time to raise funds for the Hoops n’ Hope, which was founded in remembrance of the rising basketball star, Brandon Bolden, who passed away when he was 16, and Krystle Campbell, who was one of the victims of the infamous 2013 Boston Marathon bombing; the foundation fundraises through annual athletic events and silent auctions.
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Another cause that is dear to Tiffany’s heart is The Mavs Foundation, which was founded in 1996, and which aims to empower young people, women, and underprivileged families, has donated over $6 million to help the aforementioned vulnerable groups since its inception. It has also built 18 Reading and Learning Centers, as well as building over 25 basketball courts in North Texas.
Stewart also plays a significant role in The Mark Cuban Foundation, which was established by her husband to provide AI bootcamps for high school students.
Tiffany met Mark Cuban at a Dallas-based gym in 1997, introduced to one another by Danny Bollinger, a photographer, who was then dating Stewart’s sister. They started dating shortly afterwards, and later tied the knot in September 2002 at a private traditional wedding ceremony planned by the famed event planner, Rusell Holloway, that was attended by just 20 people, including their family and closest friends. They welcomed their first child one year later, a daughter named Alexis Sofia, before they sired another daughter, Alyssa Cuban in 2006. In 2010, Stewart gave birth to a son named Jake Cuban, and the family is now living together in Preston Hollow, Dallas. Tiffany has revealed that she prefers taking care of her children on her own, despite having had several nannies.
Tiffany’s eldest child, Alexis, is a yoga enthusiast, and loves traveling and dancing as seen on her Instagram page and widely-followed TikTok account, which has over 400,000 fans. Alyssa, on the other hand, is also a famous TikToker, and often makes dance videos with her father and brother Jake.
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearances
Stewart is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs approximately 130lbs (59kgs). She has long blonde hair and a set of blue eyes.
Tiffany worked as a saleswoman for several years, and has a net worth of approximately $1 million as of 2022. On the other hand, her husband is worth a whopping $4.2 billion.
Who Is Tiffany Stewart’s Husband, Mark Cuban?
Mark Cuban, who came in at position 177 on the Forbes 400 list of 2020, was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on 31 July 1958, and is now 64 years old. His father was an automobile upholsterer, Norton Cuban, and his mother Shirley Cuban was raised together with her brothers Brian and Jeff. Since he was a child, Mark has been interested in making money, starting by selling garbage bags to afford a pair of basketball shoes when he was 12 years old.
The Pennsylvanian billionaire went to the University of Pittsburgh before he joined Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business a year later, and he thereafter graduated in 1981.
Shortly after he graduated, Mark landed a job in the Pittsburg-based Mellon Bank, and had the opportunity to study networking and machines as an employee. He later relocated to Dallas to form his consultancy firm and he soon became an expert in computer networking. However, in 1990 he sold his company to CompuServe for around $6 million. When the internet was firmly established in the mid-’90’s, Cuban teamed up with Todd Wagner – who also attended Indiana University – to create AudioNet which was later renamed Broadcast.com, and they eventually sold the company to Yahoo! for around $6 billion in 1999.
Cuban became involved with the NBA community in 2000, and he later bought the Dallas Mavericks for approximately $285 million. The team was initially performing poorly due to inexperienced coaches and players, and as a result, it had more than 132 non-playoff games. He later made several changes, and eventually revamped the team culture in addition to building additional stadia, which had a positive effect on the team’s performance.
Mark is actively involved in the showbiz industry, and starred in the reality show, “Dancing with the Stars” in 2007. He also boasts of being among the notable investors of the famed series “Shark Tank.” He’s the executive producer of several famous movies, such as “Akeelah and the Bee” and “Goodnight and Goodluck,” which aired in 2005.