Gina Carano facts: Age, Parents, husband, children net worth and more

Gina Carano

Gina Carano is an American actress, TV personality, former mixed martial artist (MMA) and fitness model.

Gina Carano is best-known for her role in the Disney+ series “The Mandalorian” and “Haywire.”

Carano also gained popularity for becoming the “Face of Women’s MMA,” and was featured in several publications for her impressive record.

Gina also appeared in various movies and TV shows, including Ring Girls, which has become a cult classic film based on true events.

Gina Carano

Gina Carano Age

Gina Joy Carano was born on April 16, 1982 in Dallas County. She celebrated her 41st birthday in 2024.

Carano graduated from Trinity Christian High School in Las Vegas where she led the girls’ basketball team to a state title.

She also played volleyball and softball. She attended the University of Nevada, Reno for a year and then University of Nevada, Las Vegas for three years, majoring in psychology.

Gina Carano Parents

Gina Carano parents are Glenn Carano and Dana Joy Cason. Glenn is a former professional football player and casino executive.

Dana is a family counselor and social worker. They divorced when Gina was seven and she was raised by her mother. She has has two siblings, Casey and Christie.

Gina Carano Husband

Gina Carano

Gina Carano is not married, but she has a boyfriend named Kevin Ross. He is an American Muay Thai fighter who has been dating Carano since 2015.

They met when they were both training in Muay Thai and have had an on-and-off relationship for over a decade.

Gina Carano Children

As of the time of publishing this article (June 2022), Gina Carano has no children. The 41 -year-old actress is still unmarried and is yet to mother a child.

Gina Carano Net worth

Gina Carano is an American actress, TV personality, former mixed martial artist (MMA) and fitness model who has a net worth of $4 million.

Gina Carano

In 2006, Gina Carano appeared in ‘Ring Girls’, a cult movie about five women Muay Thai fighters challenging the best fighters all over the world. Her real-life success in the sport, beauty, and personality drew her a significant number of fans.

On 10 February 2007, in the first televised female fight on Showtime, she knocked Julie Kedzie flat in the second round. This roaring brawl was called as ‘Fight of the Night’ in which the fans applauded for both women by giving them standing ovation.

The following year, Carano stripped off at the weigh-in and successfully made it to 141 pounds to fight against Kelly Kobold. She defeated Kobold unleashing powerful kicks and blows which ultimately caused a deep gash over Kobold’s right eye.

On 15 August 2009, the biggest fight occurred in the history of Women’s MMA amidst approximately 14,000 viewers in San Jose, California which brought about the end of Carano’s MMA career.

At Strikeforce’s first Women’s Championship, Brazilian fighter Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Santos defeated Carano in the first round.

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