• Kelly Orgeron was born in 1964 in Mandeville, Louisiana
• She is the former wife of Edward James ‘Ed’ Orgeron Jr., a famous American football coach
• She is a mother of three sons, two with her former husband Ed and one with her first husband Brian Spotts
• Her hobbies include cooking, travelling, and yoga
• Her former husband Ed’s net worth is estimated at over $35 million
Who is Kelly Orgeron?
American non-celebrity woman Kelly Orgeron was born on 30 December 1964, in Mandeville, Louisiana USA, under the zodiac sign of Capricorn; she’s probably only known for being the former wife of Edward James ‘Ed’ Orgeron Jr., a famous American football coach.
Education and early life
Bobby and Janis Ownes raised their daughter Kelly in Mandeville, alongside her younger sister Misty and older brothers Russ and Scott; Bobby was a farmer, and died when his car was hit by a train, while Janis was a housewife who died in 2012, after a long battle against lung disease.
Kelly was mostly focused on her education while growing up, and was amongst the best students in her class when it comes to grades; she also practiced dancing, took acting lessons, and ran track.
Kelly completed her high school education in 1983, and then enrolled at college in Louisiana, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1987.
Kelly’s shared few details about her career with the public, and it’s believed that she’s been focused on raising her sons, rather than on making a name for herself in any field.
Love life and relationships
Kelly’s first husband was non-celebrity American Brian Spotts; the date of their wedding remains undisclosed, while it’s believed that they exchanged vows sometime in the second half of the ‘80s. Kelly gave birth to their son Tyler Spotts, who’s today working at a company in Chicago, Illinois as a manager.
She met Ed at the 1996 Liberty Bowl, and they were then set on a blind date by mutual friends; Ted had also been married once prior to meeting Kelly, to Colleen. Kelly and Ted married sometime in the second half of the ‘90s, and she gave birth to their twin sons Cody and Parker on 9 February 1998. They filed for divorce on 26 February 2020.
Kelly hasn’t spoken of other men whom she’s perhaps dated, and seems to be single as of September 2022, has been married twice, and has a son with her first husband Brian Spotts, and twin sons with her second husband Ed Orgeron.
Hobbies and other interests
Kelly enjoys spending her spare time in the kitchen, preparing food for her sons; she’s passionate about tasting various cuisines, as well as about travelling, and her dream travel destination’s France, and favorite cuisine French.
Kelly loves being close to animals, with cats and parrots being her favorites; during her teenage years, she occasionally volunteered at an animal shelter near her home.
Her favorite actor is Orlando Bloom and favorite actress Kate Winslet, while her favorite films include “Kingdom of Heaven”, “Troy” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”.
Kelly takes good care of her mental health by doing yoga on a daily basis, as well as by meditating.
Age, height and net worth
Kelly’s age’s 57. Her hair’s brown and eyes are blue, her height’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m) and weight’s 128lbs (58kgs).
Kelly’s net worth’s been estimated at over $1 million as of September 2022, and her former husband Ed’s at over $35 million.
Who is her former husband Ed?
American football coach of Cajun descent Edward James ‘Ed’ Orgeron Jr., was born in Larose, Louisiana USA, on 27 July 1961, under the zodiac sign of Leo; until recently, Ed worked at Louisiana State University as head football coach.
Ed was raised in Larose alongside his brother Steve, by their mother Cornelia ‘Co ‘Co’ Orgeron and father Edward ‘Ba Ba’ Orgeron Sr., who passed away in 2011. He began playing football while studying at South Lafourche High School (Galliano, Louisiana); the school was at that point also attended by Bobby Joseph Hebert Jr., who’s since become a famous sportscaster, and is a former football quarterback. As teenagers, Ed and Bobby played together on their school’s Class 4A team, competing in the 1977 state championship.
Ed completed his high school education in 1979 and then began attending Louisiana State University on a football scholarship; he moved to Northwestern State University after only a year, graduating in 1984.
Upon receiving his Bachelor’s degree, Ed became a graduate assistant coach at Northwestern, and after a year there became a coach of the McNeese State Cowboys. Not long after that, he joined the University of Arkansas as an assistant strength coach, but only attracted attention in 1988, after having joined the University of Miami, working as the university’s Hurricanes’ defensive line coach under head coach Jimmy Johnson – the Hurricanes won national championships in 1989 and 1991, and it’s also interesting to note that Ed had recruited Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson as the Hurricanes’ defensive lineman; Dwayne’s since become a famous Hollywood actor.
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The following years saw Ed faced many problems, as a woman filed a restraining order against him in 1991, while he was arrested for a bar fight in the following year. He took a break from his job in 1992, which soon turned out to be permanent; Ed spent this time working on his private life.
He was back to coaching in 1994, having joined Nicholls State University, then joined Syracuse University in 1995, staying with them for three years. Ed next became the University of Southern California’s defensive line coach in 1998, and in 2003 became assistant head coach.
He became head coach at the University of Mississippi in 2004, but was fired on 24 November 2007. Ed became the defensive line coach of the New Orleans Saints, competing in National Football League (NFL), on 23 January 2008, and was in December of the same year appointed as assistant coach at the University of Tennessee.
Ed was in 2010 once again hired to work at University of Southern California, this time as their assistant coach, and was promoted to head coach on 29 September 2013, and resigned in December of the same year.
He joined Louisiana State University as defensive line coach in 2015, but was let go on 17 October 2021.
Ed’s also a bit of an actor, having appeared in the 2009 biographical sports movie “The Blind Side”.