Facts of David Lemanowicz
|Full Name:||David Lemanowicz|
|Birth Date:||March 8, 1976|
|Height:||6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)|
|Net Worth||$9 MIllion|
|Birth Place||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Education||University of Texas-Pan American, University of Toronto|
|Kids||Army Gray Lemanowicz, Lija Lemanowicz.|
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Retired national hockey player, David Lemanowicz is better known as Jill Wagner’s husband. Also, he had played for multiple teams throughout his career. Despite being player, he came into limelight as a celebrity husband.
Age of David Lemanowicz
The 44-years-old David Lemanowicz was born on 8th March 1976 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His birth sign is Pisces. Having dual nationality of Canada and America and David belongs to Polish ethnicity. He along with his parents were immigrated from Poland and later settled in Vancouver.
He enrolled at the local school and high-school in Canada. Then he left the military job to complete his master’s degree in global security studies through the ROTC program at the University of Texas-Pan American. Also, he joined the University of Toronto.
Married life with 2nd Wife Jill
Lemanowicz is one of those celebrities who came into limelight as the husband of Jill. The couple never mentioned when and where they met for the first time and about their love story. According to reports, the couple got engaged in 2016 after dating for a while. They are very conscious about their private life.
On 8th April 2017, David exchanged the wedding vows with his wife Jill Wagner. Jill is the second wife of David. From their married life, the couple welcomed a daughter named Lija Lemanowicz. The couple is having a blissful married life together. The family of three resides happily in Los Angeles.
Who is His First Wife?
Before Jill, David Lemanowicz was married to his first wife Gina. But the former couple marriage lasted for a few years only. He exchanged wedding vows with his first wife Gina in 2005 in a private ceremony. David met Gins years before when he was a student in Toronto.
Gina was born in Tampa and retained her American citizenship, which hastened David’s permanent residency. The former couple lived with four dogs in Edinburg while they’re married. From their married life, the couple blessed with a daughter named Army Gray Lemanowicz. They ended their marriage in divorce, but we didn’t when they divorced.
What is the Net Worth of David Lemanowicz?
Celebrity husband, Lemanowicz makes most of his money from his hockey career. Also, he has played hockey for over a decade and earned decent worth. David Lemanowicz has a net worth of $9 million as of 2020. According to sources, he used to earn a salary of $425,000 during the season 1996-1997.
Also, he earned a handsome sum of money while working as a hockey coach for Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees. Through his career, he earned decent sum of money for his playing career. On the other hand, his 2nd wife Jill Wagner has a net worth of $4 million.
She earns a handsome salary from various ventures as a model and game show personality. He lives a luxurious life out of his earning. Also, he lives in a million-dollar home with his family and has a few expensive cars.
How tall is David Lemanowicz?
Former player, David has a muscular body that stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m). While his body weighs around 95kg i.e 210 lbs. He has brown hair color with hazel eyes color.
Lemanowicz was drafted to the National Hockey League by the Florida Panthers in 1995 for the NHL Entry Draft, overall in the 218th position. He played his first game for the Spokane Arena in the 1996 season. he won 50 games for the first time and reached the Western Hockey league championship series along with his team.
He played for Florida’s farm club in the American Hockey League the next season in 1997. David quit and enrolled at the University of Toronto after three pro seasons. Then he earned a degree in international relations while playing for two years for his college team.
Also, he had played the game for numerous teams like Port Huron Border Cats, Austin Ice Bats, University of Toronto, Memphis Riverkings, Laredo Bucks, Elmira Jackals, and Chicago Hounds. Then he decided not to play and became an assistant coach. In the year 2008, he signed as a goaltending coach with Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees.