|Date of Birth:||1964, August 9|
|Age:||55 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Birth Name||Brett Andrew Hull|
|Famous Name||Brett Hull|
|Currently Working For||St. Louis Blues|
|Married to||Darcie Schollmeyer (m. 2006)|
|Affair with||Darcie Schollmeyer|
Brett Hull is one of the prominent names in the hockey world. Between 1986 and 2005, he played for the Calgary Flames, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, and Phoenix Coyotes respectively. Currently, he stands as the executive vice president of the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League (NHL).
The fifty-four years old is married to Darcie Schollmeyer. Further, he has three children with his ex-spouse, Alison Curran. At present, his net worth exceeds $15 million.
Hull has an estimated net worth over $15 million which is calculated in 2019. Currently serving as an executive vice president of the St. Louis Blues of the NHL, his annual salary is estimated no less than the six-digit figure.
A former NHL player, he reportedly earned $54,916,700 as salary playing over 20 seasons.
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In 2018, Hull purchased $2.1 million worth mansion in Nashville, Tennessee. The 7,000-square-foot home in College Grove has five bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a fully finished basement and a five-car garage, "plus golf cart space," according to listings for the property.
According to the 2016 reports, he listed his six-bedroom, seven-bathroom Brentmoor Park home for $3.7 million. The mansion is still on the market, with an asking price of $2.9 million. He bought the Clayton house in 2014 for $2.2 million.
He was previously involved in the operation of restaurants twice. He owned two eateries in St. Louis. Also, he was was a co-owner of a junior team in the North American Hockey League, the St. Louis Bandits.
He is socially active in social networking sites such as youtube, twitter, facebook, and others. He earns a fortune amount of salary. His fortune salary boosted his net worth. Much and more information about his bio can be obtained from Wikipedia.
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Hull has married twice in his life. He first tied the knot with his girlfriend, Alison Curran on 23rd May 1997. The couple has three children: son Jude and daughters Jayde and Crosby.
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Their son Jude plays hockey as a goaltender and attends St. Olaf College. While Jayde attends Colgate University. However, Hull and Alison Curren are not together.
On 21st July 2006, he exchanged the vows with Darcie Schollmeyer. The couple is still together and living a blissful life. So far there are no children reported of them.
He has been also doing some charity and humanitarian work and contributed himself towards society. Besides, he was also a co-holder of St Louis Bandits.
Brett is very remarkable and inspiring as he is perfect by his personality. Hull has an average height of 5 feet and 10 inches and weighs 91 kg. People loved to follow him by accepting him as their ideal.
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Brett Hull was born on August 10, 1964, in Belleville Canada. Has dual American/Canadian citizenship.
He came from a sports background. His father Bobby was also a professional hockey player. More than that, his mother Joanne was a professional figure skater player. He has also siblings name Bobby Junior, Blake, and Bart, and his younger sister, Michelle.
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Talking about his early life, hockey career, & others, he was splendid in his performance when he was in the junior team. this impressive personality performance for the Calgary Flames, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, and Phoenix Coyotes between the year 1986 to 2005.
He was perfect when he was in the field. He scored 50 goals in 50 games. He was an associate of Stanley Cup winnings teams, the teams are the Dallas Stars and the Detroit Red Wings.
This marvelous personality splendid personality loves his jobs and game. If we talk about his management career then we come to know he also involved in a job service. From the year 2006-2007, he worked as a special subordinate to the team president of Dallas Stars.