- Date of Birth
- Age 45 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country United States US
- Father Ron Noble
- No. of Twitter Followers 3,364
- First Name Casey
- Endorsment brands
- No. of Instagram Followers 378
- Mother Joy Noble
- Last Name Noble
- Birth Name Casey Noble
- Net Worth
- Currently Married Clay Matthews III
- Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/caseynoble143
- Siblings 1
- Married to Clay Matthews III
- Birth Country United States
- Past married if any Yes
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/noble_casey/
- Children Clay IV, Madeline Joy, and Colton
- Divorce Peter Sarantos
- House Location Calabasas, California, United States
- Nationality American
- Boyfriend No
- Profession TV Host
- Famous for Clay Matthews III wife
- University attended George Mason University
Casey Noble is a well-known show host and a WAG. Noble currently works as a host of HGTV's Design on a Dollar. The Matthews family has always been in the public eye, due to their legendary history as an NFL family. Clay Matthews III, a well-known football linebacker who played for the Green Bay Packers, is one of the Matthews family's successful members.
Yet Casey Noble, who is married to Clay Noble, has also established herself as a well-known figure in her own right.
Lavish Lifestyle of Casey Noble And Her Family
Regrettably, Casey Noble's net worth is not a matter of public record. It's anticipated that her husband, Clay Matthews has an estimated net worth of over $50 million.
The couple put their $30 million Calabasas, California property on the market in 2021. The home, which is more than 10,000 square feet in size and stands on two acres, provides breathtaking views of the mountains around. It is plausible to estimate that Casey and Clay's total net worth is more than $50 million given their assets and income.
Casey Noble Is Married Twice
Despite being well-known, Casey has never let her private life or her connection with Clay become publicly known. Though being seen together at a hockey game in 2013, they remained secretive about their relationship until they got married in July 2015. Casey was five months pregnant with their first child, Clay Matthews IV, at the time.
Before marrying Clay Matthews, Casey was wed to Yale University football player Peter Sarantos. He is currently employed by the Grand Rapids Fire Department as a firefighter. It is unknown how they met, but in 2008 they got married in Salt City, Utah. Yet, after only two years of marriage, they decided to get a divorce. However, they don't have any children.
Casey's first marriage to Peter Sarantos may have ended in divorce, but it introduced her to Clay Matthews, the love of her life. Now, they togetherly have 3 children.
Children of Casey Noble and Clay Matthews
Casey and Clay have been blessed with three children. Clay Matthews IV, was born in February 2015. He is the oldest child of three.
The duo welcomed their daughter, Madeline Joy Matthews, in November of the following year and later Colton Matthews, their youngest kid, who was born in 2019 thanks to Casey.
Casey Noble's Early Life and Professional Career
Casey Noble was born on May 2, 1978, to Ron Noble (Father) and Joy Noble (Mother) in California, United States. She has a single sibling; her brother named Brandon Noble.
Casey started working with Hirsch Bender Associates in 2006 after completing her education. But it wasn't until 2009 that she and a buddy made the brave decision to start their own interior design business.
The company quickly garnered prestigious customers including SLS Miami, Borgata, and The Redbury thanks to her innate aptitude and sense for design.
She placed among the top three competitors thanks to the judges and the audience who praised her innovation, flair, and general design abilities. Her popularity on the program immediately opened doors for her, including the 2011 offer to host "Design on a Dollar" for HGTV.
The show was about a home improvement show where designers have to redesign living spaces on a limited budget. She presided over the program from 2011 to 2012. She then made an appearance on "Hotel Impossible," a travel program. The topic of the program was renovating and revitalizing dilapidated hotels. From 2012 until 2014, she worked as one of the show's principal designers.