Brill Garrett Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Education, Career, Net Worth

Brill Garrett Biography

Brill Garrett is a literacy advocate and one of the famous wives in the United States known for her marriage to a professional football coach and former player who is the offensive coordinator for the New York Giants of the National Football League.


How old is Brill Garrett? – Age

She is 55 years old as of December 8, 2020. She was born in 1965 in New York, United States of America.

Brill Garrett Family

She and her brother Jeff Aldridge were born to Jeffrey Aldrige and Judy Aldrige.

Brill Garrett Husband

She is a married woman. She is married to Jason Garrett (Jason Calvin Garrett). The couple met in a geology lecture class at Princeton University and married in 1994. The couple does not have any children.

Brill Garrett Career

Brill identifies herself as a literacy champion and partnered up with former First Lady Laura Bush on Tuesday, November 6th, in Dallas to host the 2018 Dallas/Ft Worth Reading Celebration. According to 5PointsBlue, funds raised from the celebration benefited from over 140 family literacy services and projects around the country. Despite the high profile career of her partner, Brill remains incredibly private for the rest of their lives and does not seem to have much of a presence on any big social media account.

Brill Garrett Education

She was a student at Hinsdale, Illinois, Central High School, from which she also graduated in 1984. After that, she graduated from the University of Princeton in Princeton, New Jersey. She also has a degree in law from the prestigious University of Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Brill Garrett Net Worth

Brill has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. Her husband’s net worth is estimated to be $18 Million as of 2020.

Is Brill Garrett Related to Jerry Jones

Garrett and Jerry Jones are not related at all.

Brill Garrett Husband’s Career

From 1987 to 1992, Garrett was the starting quarterback for Princeton’s football team. In his college career, he completed 366 out of 550 passes for 4,274 yards and 20 touchdowns. In 1992, with the help of his father, at the time a member of the Dallas Cowboys scouting department, Garrett was signed as a free agent. He owns the Ivy League career completion rate record of 66.5 percent. On August 31, 1993, he was cut and then suited up for the team’s practice squad. Garrett is the son of former NFL player Jason Garrett and the grandfather of former head coach Jim Garrett. He received a degree in history in 1989 with a paper on “The Revolt of the Black Athlete as Initiated by Harry Edwards”

He’s the sibling of the previous U.S. Captain and college football star Sam Garrett of the Marine Corps. His Thanksgiving Day game in 1994, when he led the Cowboys to a comeback victory over the Green Bay Packers, was the highlight of Garrett’s playing career. Garrett was a member of the Super Bowl-winning teams in 1993 and 1995. He appeared in 39 games and completed 165 of 294 passes for 2,042 yards, 11 touchdowns, and five interceptions in eight seasons with the Cowboys. On November 28, 1994, he was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his success against the Packers.