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Mark Cuban’s Wife: Everything to Know About Tiffany Stewart & Their Love Story

The 'Shark Tank' star has been married to his wife for over 20 years. Find out everything you need to know about Mark Cuban and his relationship with Tiffany Stewart.

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  • Mark Cuban is a billionaire and TV personality, known as the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and an investor on ‘Shark Tank.’
  • He’s been married to Tiffany Stewart since 2002.
  • ‘Shark Tank’ is in its 15th season.

Mark Cuban is one of the most famous billionaires in the public eye. He’s been involved in multiple successful companies, but he’s probably most well-known for being the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, and he’s an investor on the popular show Shark Tank, which has returned for its 15th season. Besides the TV show, he’s been very open about his ideas on business and other topics in TV appearances and social media.

By his side through much of his success has been his wife Tiffany Stewart. The pair have been married for over 20 years, and they appear to have a very happy life together. Here’s everything you need to know about Tiffany and Mark’s relationship!

How Did Mark Meet Tiffany?

While Mark was rising the business world, he revealed that he found love in an unlikely place: the gym. The two first crossed paths at a gym in Dallas in 1997. It was revealed that he first met Tiffany while working on his fitness in a 2000 profile in Forbes

She worked in Sales in the Ad Industry

While the Cube is pretty open about his many, successful business ventures, it’s not clear what his wife does, but in that same profile, it was revealed that she was an advertising saleswoman, at least as she and Mark were in the dating stages of their relationship.

They Got Married in 2002

After five years of dating, Mark and Tiffany tied the knot in a private ceremony in Barbados, according to My Plainview. “We are still happily married and having a blast on our honeymoon,” he told The Associated Press in a statement after the wedding.

Before the couple got married, Mark played proposal plans close to the vest. In 2000, he dodged marriage questions with Forbes. “That’s a no-win question for me,” he explained. Tiffany also opened up about how much he worked in a 2000 New York Times profile. “I always know I’m not going to be No. 1,” she said, referring to his dedicated business practices.

Despite mostly keeping his and Tiffany’s relationship private, he revealed that his proposal didn’t have a “fairytale castle in the background” in a July 2023 interview with Showtime. “I was like, ‘Let’s go to Whataburger,'” he said with a laugh.

Mark and his family at the 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards. (Jim Ruymen/UPI/Shutterstock)

They Have 3 Children

Besides an NBA owner and TV personality, Mark is also a loving dad. He has two girls and a son with Tiffany. They’re parents to Alexis, 20, Alyssa, 16, and Jake, 13. Mark occasionally shares silly photos, showing he’s a fun parent on his Instagram, including a 2020 clip of him dancing with Tiffany and one of their daughters after Thanksgiving dinner. In another photo, he took his son for a fishing trip.

They Live in Dallas

As Mark began his career in Dallas and is an owner of the Mavericks, it should come as no surprise that the family lives in the Texas city. The pair have a mansion in the Preston Hollow neighborhood of Dallas.  When the pair lived together before getting married, Tiffany did describe their house as “impractical,” but over 20 years into their marriage, they clearly still get along very well.

He Threw Her an Amazing 40th Birthday Bash

With tons of money at his disposal, the Shark Tank star can certainly throw one hell of a party. When Tiffany hit the big 4-0 in 2012, Mark spared no expense and threw an epic birthday celebration for the love of his life. He threw his wife a private concert with 100 of their friends to celebrate her special day. The opening act was Jack Ingraham, but the headliner was none other than Jon Bon Joviaccording to NBC-DFW.