They say that behind every successful man there is a woman and almost every successful man would comply with that maybe even the actor Brian Dietzen. We do not hear much about his married life but have you met his wonderful wife Kelly Dietzen. Learn about her husband and their relationship together and also do not forget about their children. Find out about her bio, net worth and measurements as well.
Kelly Dietzen’s married Life and children
Kelly Dietzen is the wife of well-known NCIS starring actor Brian Dietzen. For those of you who do not know Brian that he is Dr. Jimmy Palmer from the hit CBS series ‘NCIS’. In real life, Brian is in a married relationship with his longtime wife Kelly. They even have 2 children together but their identities, as well as any further information about their married life, have been kept a secret from the media. We scoured the web to our best abilities but failed to gain any kind of useful information about their relationship or children.
It seems like Kelly and her husband Brian really empathize their privacy but really unless it’s their divorce we shouldn’t be concerned about her or her husband or their marriage. If you do want to see the two in action you can simply Google them or visit Brian’s Instagram page for sweet photos just like this.
Kelly Dietzen Wiki: Bio, net worth & Measurements
Kelly Dietzen as much as is someone who we would love to write on, she isn’t exactly a celebrity so we couldn’t muster any of her bio, net worth, and measurements. Her husband, on the other hand, is a little easier to research.
Brian Dietzen was born on 14th November 1977 in Barrington, Illinois, USA. He moved and grew up in Colorado. He first started by acting in the school plays of his elementary school which he later carried on as he attended the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Bachelor of Art’s Degree where he studied theatre. When it comes to his net worth, he is not a very has appeared in the film ‘From Justin to Kelly’ with singer and actor Kelly Clarkson. He also has done numerous plays like ‘Waiting for Godot’ and ‘Equus’.