Annemarie Wiley Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Husband, Net Worth, and Twitter

Annemarie Wiley is an Canadian- American Nurse Anesthetist, fitness enthusiast and reality TV personality on The Real Housewives of Beverly.

Annemarie Wiley Biography

Annemarie Wiley is a Canadian-American nurse Anesthetist, fitness enthusiast, and reality TV personality. She is best known for being on the Bravo reality show, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The show is currently airing for it’s fourteenth season every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

Wiley “self-professed Type A personality” who is “always on the go” and she works as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) in Los Angeles, CA. A Nurse Anesthetist or Anesthesiologist is an advanced practice nurse who administers anesthesia for surgery and other medical procedures. She works independently of a hospital or practice, administering anesthesia for surgery and other procedures as needed. Her goal-oriented nature clearly ensures she’s always moving towards her next milestone, and The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills marks another thing to check off her to-do list.

You can spot her hanging at the gym in a bra top and matching leggings, posing with a buddy after a hot yoga class, and taking a mirror selfie while strength training.

Annemarie Wiley Salary

Wiley earns an annual salary of about $120,0004 -$238,511.

Annemarie Wiley Net Worth

Wiley has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million – $7 Million which she has earned through her career as a nurse.

Annemarie Wiley Age

Wiley was born on October 10, 1983 in Canada. She is 40 years old as of 2023, and she celebrates her birthday on the 10th of October every year.

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Annemarie Wiley Height and Weight

Wiley stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall, and she weighs 125 lbs (75kgs).

Annemarie Wiley Family

Wiley was adopted shortly after she was born by a couple and grew up in Vancouver, CA. She is a daughter to Ingrid Hansenns Fast and a stepfather called Walter. Additionally, she has two sisters with one called Tina Fuller.

Annemarie Wiley Husband and Children

Wiley is married to Marcellus, who played on the Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys, and Jacksonville Jaguars over the span of his 10-year NFL career. He’s now a sports broadcaster. Together they have been blessed with three children; two daughters and a son Marcellus Jr 7 years old, Ariya Marie 4 years old, and Alivia Jane 5 years old. as well as a daughter from Marcellus’ previous relationship who they named Morrocco Alise who is 24 years old. She resides in Beverly Hills together with her family.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Wiley is one of the newest housewives on the OG series. She joined The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in season 13 after Lisa Rinna departed the show in season 12. The show premieres on Wednesday, October 25. She joined the group through Kyle Richards, which she explained in a new cast member Instagram Q&A.

Moreover, she enters the series during a crucial juncture, coinciding with the climax of the turmoil surrounding Kyle Richards, an original cast member of RHOBH. Following her highly publicized separation from her estranged husband, Mauricio Umansky, in early 2023, the show will delve into the events leading up to the couple’s breakup and shed light on their current status. For Kyle’s associates and adversaries on RHOBH, staying abreast of the unfolding drama has proven challenging. Fresh faces like Wiley are making their debut in the RHOBH narrative at an opportune moment, introducing their own compelling stories into the mix.

Annemarie Wiley Husband Accussation

Former NFL defensive end and ex-Fox Sports commentator Marcellus Wiley is facing accusations of raping a Columbia University student during his time at the prestigious institution 29 years ago, as detailed in a lawsuit obtained by The Post. The plaintiff, a sociologist specializing in race and culture, filed a lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court, alleging that Wiley, who was a sophomore and star running back for the Columbia Lions in the fall of 1994, attacked her. The lawsuit claims that Wiley forcibly assaulted her in her freshman dorm room, disregarding her verbal objections and causing her to lose her virginity. This traumatic incident reportedly led the victim to attempt suicide.

The lawsuit asserts that Wiley’s actions were intentionally designed to inflict severe emotional distress on the plaintiff or were undertaken with reckless disregard for the substantial probability of causing such distress. Residential Dean Kathleen McDermott, who passed away in 2011, is reportedly accused of dismissing the victim’s harrowing encounter by suggesting that the victim, who was born in the African island county of Cabo Verde, misinterpreted the incident.

According to the lawsuit, McDermott allegedly conveyed to the plaintiff that, in her opinion, the defendant had not truly raped the plaintiff. McDermott purportedly argued that the plaintiff, being from Cabo Verde, had misunderstood the defendant’s actions because “people from different cultures interpret things differently.” Instead of facing expulsion, Marcellus Wiley was subjected to academic probation and instructed to finish the Spring 1995 semester remotely from his home in Los Angeles. Despite this disciplinary measure, he was eventually allowed to return to Columbia University to continue his academic and sports pursuits. Wiley went on to become the captain of the Lions, leading the team to one of its most successful seasons in decades.

Following the minimal punishment, the victim and a friend who had encouraged her to report the assault allegedly experienced a barrage of harassing phone calls in the months that followed.


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