• Marissa Deegan is a TV personality and the wife of professional freestyle motocross racer Brian Deegan
• She is the mother of Hailie Deegan, a NASCAR and motocross racer
• She attended Centennial High School and worked after graduation to support herself
• She and her husband own Deegan Motorsports in Temecula, California
• Marissa and Brian have three children, Hailie, Hudson and Haiden
Who is Marissa Deegan, Brian Deegan’s wife?
Marissa Deegan was born in Corona, California, USA on August 29, 1977 – her zodiac sign is Virgo and she is an American national. She is a TV personalitybut perhaps better known as the wife of Brian Deegan, a professional freestyle motocross racer, and as the mother of Hailie Deegan, a NASCAR and motocross racer.
Early life and education
Marissa grew up in Corona as an only child, by her father, who was a construction worker, and her mother, who was a housewife. She had a pretty normal childhood, as she spent most of her free time playing with dolls and gossiping with her best friends.
Marissa attended Centennial High School upon which she became interested in dancing and acting, taking classes in both, but was not talented enough to start a career in either field. She enrolled in Centennial in 1995 and did not enroll in a university, but began working to support herself financially.
Career as a TV personality
Marissa first appeared on TV in 2005, when she guest-starred in the “Tornado Survivor” episode of the documentary series “Impact: Stories of Survival” — it starred Bill Dowell, Tom Aiello, and Dana Bowman, and aired 31 episodes before being canceled.
Her second and final appearance was in the documentary video “Disposable Hero: The Brian Deegan Story” in 2006, starring Chris Ackerman, Jerry Bernardo and Mike Cinqmars, and which is about her husband Brian’s life, particularly about his motorcycle accident. .
Marissa and her husband are the owners of Deegan Motorsports, located in Temecula, California.
Love life and marriage with Brian
Marissa and Brian met while she was still in high school, and they started dating not long after she enrolled.
After nearly eight years together, the two got married in 2003 in a small ceremony attended by about 20 of their closest friends and family. Before exchanging vows, Marissa gave birth to their daughter Hailie Deegan on July 18, 2001. race while attending high school while today she is one of the top NASCAR drivers. Their first son Hudson Deegan was born on March 16, 2011 and has already become a motorcycle racer – Haiden, the third child of Marissa and Brian, was born one year after Hudson.
The family of five currently lives together in California and there are no rumors or controversies surrounding Marissa and Brian’s marriage.
Hobbies and other interests
Marissa loves to travel and being married to the famous motocross racer has made it possible for her to travel across the US, while she and her children have also holidayed a number of times in Europe in countries such as Greece and Italy. Summer is her favorite season, as she enjoys swimming and paddle boarding, and she also enjoys sunbathing on the beach – one of her favorite places to visit during the summer is Ocean Beach on Fire Island.
She enjoys spending her free time in nature, especially in national parks, and recently visited Zion National Park with her youngest son.
Marissa also likes watching movies late at night, and her favorite actor and actress are Will Smith and Anne Hathaway, while some of her favorite movies are “Seven Pounds”, “I Am Legend” and “One Day”.
Age and height
Marisa is 43 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, she is 1.65 m tall and weighs about 58 kg. As of August 2020, her and her husband’s wealth is estimated at over $10 million.
Who is Brian Deegan?
Brian Deegan was born in Omaha, Nebraska, USA, on May 9, 1974 – his zodiac sign is Taurus and he is an American national. He is best known for winning numerous motocross races, including performing a 360 during a race, and for launching the Metal Mulisha clothing brand.
Brian was 17 years old when he joined Team Moto XXX and turned pro. At the age of 23 he won the 125cc main at the Los Angeles Coliseum and is considered one of the founders of Freestyle Motocross.
During the 2004 Winter X Games, Brian attempted to perform a 360, during which he fell and broke both his wrists and femur – after he recovered, he turned to Christianity and became a Christian again. Six months after the incident, he returned to the Summer X Games and won fourth place, and attempted another 360 in the race, this time succeeding. In 2009, he switched to four-wheel off-road racing and won the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Championship in the Unlimited Lites Division.
He then competed in the rally Car Racing held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2010 and took second place.
In 2011, Brian became world champion after winning Crandon International Off-Road Raceway, while also winning both the Pro Lite Unlimited and Pro 2 divisions of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series. He tested his skill in Monster Truck Racing in 2012, but after being injured in a test drive, he was forced to withdraw from the championship, replaced by Todd LeDuc.
Until 2015, Brian raced in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, winning it in 2013 and 2014.