Denise Austin Biography
An American fitness instructor, author, columnist, Denise Austin was born as Denise Katnich on February 13, 1957, in San Pedro, California, United States. Denise Austin's father was a professional baseball player with the St. Louis Browns. Denise has three sisters and a brother. She attended the University of Arizona and completed her degrees in physical education and exercise physiology from California State University, Long Beach.
Denise Austin holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Talking about her personal life, Denise Austin is happily married lady. She got married to Jeff Austin on April 1983. Denise's husband Jeff Austin is a former professional tennis player from the United States. The couple has two children named, Kelly born in 1990 and Katie born in 1993. Her daughter, Katie is a fitness instructor like her. Age 59, Denise Austin is the creator of more than 100 fitness videos and DVD. Although she has not revealed about her actual earning, but her net worth should be in millions.Edit
Born in San Pedro, California, United States
Denise Austin was born in San Pedro, California, the United States on February 13, 1957. Her birth name is Denise Katnich. She has four siblings.Her father was a professional baseball player with the St. Louis Browns.Edit
Married with Jeff Austin
She and her husband Jeff Austin got married on April 1983. The couple has two children, Kelly was born in 1990 and Katie was born in 1993. Her husband Jeff Austin is a former professional tennis player from the United States.Edit
Wrote a Book Hit the spot!
Denise Austin has spent her career helping people get energetic and fit, she wrote a book " Hit the spot!" on January 2, 1997. It includes clear instructions and photos for exercises to firm and shape Waist/ Hips and Thighs/ Upper Arms and Bust/ Buns.Edit
Became a Member
In 2002, she became a member of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. It is an American government organisation that aims to "promote, encourage and motivate Americans of all ages to become physically active and participate in sport."Edit