Curtis Berry Biography
- Full Name: Curtis Berry
- Gender: Male
- Age: 63 years old
- Birth Date: June 16, 1959
- Place Of Birth: Selma, Alabama
- Zodiac Sign: Gemini
- Net Worth: $1 Million
- Marital Status: Married
- Wife: Dr. Jackie Waltersan
- Height: 6 feet 7 inches (2.04 meters)
- Children: Kursten
- Mother’s Name: Not Known
- Father’s Name: Not Known
- Profession: Former American professional basketball player
Curtis Berry Age
He is 63 years old as of 2022. Curtis was born in Selma, Alabama on June 16, 1959. Accordingly, his next birthday will be on June 16th, 2023 and his zodiac sign is Gemini.
Curtis Berry Wife
He is happily married to her better half, Dr. Jackie Waltersan, OB-GYN. They got married in 2002. Curtis’ marriage to Walters has been chronicled on the Bravo reality series Married to Medicine, of which both have been a part since the first episode in 2013. The retired professional basketball player has a daughter, Kursten, from a previous marriage.
Curtis Berry Education
Upon completing high school at Lutheran Academy (Selma, Alabama), Curtis went ahead and graduated from the University from University of Missouri campus at Columbia and averaged 6.8 points in 1978, as a sophomore collegian.
Curtis Berry Parents, Siblings.
He spent most of his childhood and teen years with his supportive parents in Selma, Alabama. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to find out any specific information about his upbringing, parents, and siblings.
Curtis Berry Height and Weight
Mr. Curtis has an estimated height of 6 feet 7 inches and weighs around 90 kg.
Curtis Berry Nationality/Ethnicity
The retired professional basketball player is an American by birth and holds American-African Ethnicity.
Curtis Berry Wikipedia
He is currently the head boys’ basketball coach at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Atlanta. Nonetheless, Curtis led the varsity in rebounding and was stated by experts as a “bull”, at the end of his collegiate job, Berry averaged 11.9 points in 112 games, and his consistent accomplishment at Missouri convinced the Kansas City Kings to make him their third-round pick in the 1981 NBA draft.
Berry wore jersey number 31 at the Kings’ training camp and was not able to break into the Kings’ roster which was loaded with tested forwards like Cliff Reggie King, Robinson, and Leon Douglas, from the Kings’ camp, Berry went to join the Lancaster Lightning in the Continental league.