Amy Reimann: Wiki-Bio, net worth, marriage, divorce, family, facts.

The ever-smiling Amy Reimann is well known for incredible work in interior design. The wife of NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt Jr., Amy mostly found fame due to her marriages. Before tying the knot to Dale, Amy was married to the Kentucky football player, Tommy Cook. While the marriage lasted only for a year, Amy swiftly moved on and found happiness with Dale Jr. Nicknamed as the “Pied Piper” of Daytona, nobody could match Dale Jr. at the Daytona International Speedway. Following his retirement from NASCAR, Dale Jr. took to another side of the tracks and started working as an analyst for NASCAR on NBC. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Amy Reimann.

Early Life:

Amy Reimann was born on the 25th of March, 1982, in Texas, USA. Born to Anna and Jeffrey Reimann, Amy spent much of her early life alongside her sister. Following her time at a local high school, Amy joined the University of Kentucky and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) in interior design. During her time at the university, Amy was a part of the cheerleading team and was also a member of the campus’ Wildcat Dancers.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. wife Amy Reimann

Professional Career:

Following her time at the university, Amy joined the private architecture and planning firm, Wakefield Beasley & Associates, as a project coordinator. As of now, Amy serves as Director of Charlotte Studio at the Micamy Design Studio. Over the years, Amy has worked on several high profile projects and has established herself as an important part of Micamy Design Studios.

Marriage and Divorce:

Before tying the knot in a high profile marriage to Dale Earnhardt Jr., Amy was in a relationship with Tommy Cook, who currently works as an assistant defensive line coach at the University of Kentucky. Even though the pair tied the knot in 2008, things were far from ideal for the couple. They constantly disagreed and would fight very often. Unable to take it, Amy filed for divorce from Tommy the same year she got married.

Meeting Dale and marriage:

In around 2009, Dale Jr. hired Amy to make some major changes to his house. But to her credit, Amy not only helped Dale change his house but helped him to change his life for good. Before meeting Dale Jr., Amy had never seen him not had seen any of his races. While she knew who he was, Amy had no clue about Dale. The pair first met to talk about designing Dale’s home in Mooresville, N.C.

Dale popped the question in 2015 during the pair’s visit to a Lutheran Church in Illesheim. Talking about the proposal Amy revealed that she was shaking for three hours and couldn’t believe what had just happened.

“I’m standing at the altar. I turned around and Dale’s just staring at me with this really odd look on his face. I had never seen the expression he had,” Reimann said. “And he says, ‘Amy?’ I’m like, ‘yes.’ Then he starts telling me how much he loves me and everything. He goes through his speech and gets down on one knee.”

Amy said yes and the pair tied the knot on the 31st of December 2016, in Lexington, North Carolina, at Richard Childress’ Vineyards. The pair welcomed a daughter, Isla, on the 30th of April 2018.

How Rich is Amy Reimann?

Not just a homemaker, Amy is a professional lady. Over the years she has worked for several firms and involved in many design projects. Even though she could have become a stay-at-home wife and enjoyed the riches of her husband she continues to work hard and serves as the Director of Charlotte Studio. However, Amy has never shared her financial comings and goings, keeping her possessions & net worth under utter secrecy. As for her husband Dale Earnhardt Jr, he is super-rich. Dale’s net worth is over $400 million.

Wiki/Bio Facts:

Full NameAmy Reimann
BirthdateMarch 25, 1982
BirthplaceTexas, United States
ParentsAnna Reimann, Jeffrey Reimann
EducationUniversity of Kentucky
ProfessionInterior Designer
Marital StatusMarried
Husband Tommy Cook (m. 2008–2008), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (m. 2016)
ChildrenIsla Rose Earnhardt

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