Who is Steve Kerr's wife, Margot? | The Sun

MARGOT Kerr is married to NBA coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors.

Notorious for keeping her personal life private, Margot's reputation consists of being a homemaker, philanthropist, supportive wife, and mother.

Who is Margot Kerr?

Margot was born in Tucson, Arizona, in 1967.

Raised by her mother, Karen Brennan, and father, whose name is unknown, Margot is one of four children.

She attended a Catholic high school and later went on to graduate from the University of Arizona where she would meet her husband, Steve.

Five years into her marriage to Steve, Margot's sister Rachel was in a serious motorcycle accident and lost her memory.

Margot has continued to help take care of her sister.

When did Steve and Margot start dating?

While attending the University of Arizona together, Steve and Margot were set up on a blind date.

Steve was playing basketball and one of his teammates, Bruce Fraser, decided to play matchmaker, according to FanBuzz.

The couple married three years after they graduated, and they have been together for 35 years,

Margot and Steve have three children together; Nick, Madeline, and Matthew.

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What does Margot Kerr do for a living?

Although her professional career remains undisclosed, she does spend time supporting her husband's successful NBA career.

Steve has been coaching the Golden State Warriors since 2014.

Before he was a coach, he played in the NBA from 1989 until his retirement in 2003.

However, she also gives back to others outside of her family through regular philanthropic work.

Steve and his wife have both been known to speak out against gun violence in the country.

Steve spoke at a press conference shortly after the Texas school shooting saying, "I am so tired of the, excuse me, I am sorry, I am tired of the moments of silence. Enough!”

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