Wanda Hutchins is a successful German interior designer who is widely popular as the ex-wife of American former football player Michael Strahan. Besides this, Wanda has no link with the entertainment industry and lives a simple life. Whereas, ex-husband Michael serves as a football analyst on Fox NFL Sunday as of 2019.
Hutchins was born in the year 1973. She is of Caucasian ethnicity and holds German nationality.
Wanda is not from the entertainment industry, hence, information regarding her childhood, parents, educational background, and siblings are not available.
Talking about her personal life, Wanda is a divorcee. She was previously married to Michael Strahan. The couple first met in Germany and became good friends and eventually started dating.
After dating for a year, the couple tied the knot in presence of family and friends in 1992. Together they share two children: daughter Tanita Strahan and son, Michael Anthongy Strahan Jr.
However, the couple decided to part ways only after four years in 1996. Since the separation, Hutchins has lived a low-key life and does come out in the public.
As of Michael, he married Jean Muggli in 1999. They welcomed their twin daughters Sophia and Isabella in 2004. However, like the previous one, his second marriage could not work out leading the couple to get divorced in 2006. As of now, he is dating Kayla Quick.
After her divorce with her husband, Wanda is living a low-key life and there is no information regarding her profession. As per sources, her net worth was reported to be $1 million. As of 2019, Hutchins reside in a house worth of $163,000 in Houston neighborhood.
Talking about her ex-husband, he has an impressive net worth of $65 million. He is assumed to be earning $17 million annually. Similarly, he signed up to $32 million worth contract of four years during the peak of his career.
In 2013, he sold his mansion for around $11 million and spent approx $1.3 million in his Georgian Heights home. Strahan collects his fortune from his 15-year career with New York Giants of the NFL.