Mariah Bird Biography; Net Worth, Age, Height, And Husband Of Larry Bird’s Daughter

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Mariah Bird is an American Event Manager, of Pacers Sports & Entertainment. She gained popularity for being the adopted child of American Professional Footballer, Larry Bird. Due to her state of being adopted, her age is still under review.

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Mariah Bird is an American citizen who belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity. It’s been noted that she is part of the 90s born but was given birth in Indianapolis. The legal father of Maiah Bird isLarry Bird.  Larry Bird first got engaged with Janet Condra in 1975 and went their separate ways in 1976.

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The duo was blessed with a child called Corrie Bird born on 14th August 1977. She also has a stepbrother called Conner Bird who was also adopted by Larry Bird. Their adoption came about after Larry Bird married his second wife called Dinah Mattingly on October 31, 1989.

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Larry Bird Daughter, Mariah bird, is a graduate of Boston University located in Boston, Massachusetts. She gained a bachelor’s degree in Science in Recreation. The beautiful model Stands a height of 175cm and a weight of  76kg.

Mariah Bird Net Worth

The adopted daughter of Larry Bird, Mariah Bird has an estimated Net worth of $950,000. However, the average Salary of event managers is $80,473 every year. She is living a luxurious life as she currently stays in a $2.35 million house built by her father.

Husband Of Larry Bird Daughter

Mariah Bird is not yet married, however, she has kept her personal details away from social media. We are still gathering information on who she is having a romantic affair with for updates.

Mariah Bird Cheerleader

A cheerleader is a team member that helps to organize cheering, dancing, and chanting to support sports team matches. Being the event manager at Pacers Sports & Entertainment, Mariah Bird takes control of all event activities in PS&E. Hence, she is responsible for organizing people to cheer on and dance to support their teams in competitions.