Dinah Mattingly is the celebrity wife of American professional basketball executive, former coach, and former player Larry Bird. Her husband Bird has worked as president of the Indiana Pacers in the National Basketball Association.

Dinah Mattingly, Celebrity Wife
Caption: Dinah Mattingly, Celebrity Wife

Dinah Mattingly Net Worth

Dinah Mattingly has an estimated net worth of around $1 Million according to different reports. She might have earned her net worth from her mysterious work. Also, she is living a luxurious life.

Dinah Mattingly's husband posing for a photo inside caring car
Caption: Dinah Mattingly's husband posing for a photo inside a caring car

On the other hand, her husband Larry has earned an estimated net worth of $55 Million who has recorded a rookie contract in 1979, which he signed for $3.25 million over five seasons, an average of $650,000 per year.

Dinah Mattingly & her husband Larry house
Caption: Dinah Mattingly & her husband Larry house

Also, he was three consecutive NBA MVPs and two NBA titles, the Celtics rewarded their superstar with a new contract worth $1.8 million per season. For the 1991-92 season, she was paid a record $7 million a year. From his 13-year playing career, Larry has earned just more than $24 million.

Dinah Mattingly Biography

Dinah Mattingly was born on 16 November 1954, to American parents. Her birth sign is Scorpio which describes her personality as calm and cool. Her birthplace is the United States of America. 

Having American nationality, Dinah belongs to the white ethnicity. She attended Springs Valley High School and later graduated from Indiana State University.

Dinah Mattingly Husband; Her Kids

Dinah Mattingly exchanged the wedding vows with her husband Larry Bird on 31 October 1989, in Indiana. The couple's love story started while studying in the same college Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. After dating for many years, she got engaged to Bird in the late 1980s.

Dinah Mattingly with her husband Larry posing for a photo after receiving an award
Caption: Dinah Mattingly with her husband Larry posing for a photo after receiving an award 

The couple didn't have their own children. However, they adopted a son & daughter named Connor Bird and Mariah Bird. Also, she has a stepdaughter named Corrie Bird born on 14 August 1977.

Dinah Mattingly with her husband Larry watching the match
Caption: Dinah Mattingly with her husband Larry watching the match 

Corried was born when Dinah's husband was married to Janet Condra. The former couple was married in 1975 but divorced in 1976. But Dinah with her husband is living happily together since 1989.

Why was Dinah Mattingly Son Arrested? 

Dinah Mattinglyson Connor made headlines in February 2013 when he was arrested at ‘Indiana University.’ Her son was charged with attempted murder to his ex-girlfriend. He tried to hit his ex-girlfriend with his car.

Dinah Mattingly's son Connor who got arrested
Caption: Dinah Mattingly's son Connor who got arrested

Also, he faced other charges, including possession of marijuana, intimidation with a weapon, and criminal mischief. But some of the charges were later dropped & he was eventually released.

Fame as Celebrity Wife; Her Career 

Dinah Mattingly became famous when she started dating Larry Bird in the year 1980. She would, thus, attract the attention of the paparazzi while hanging around with the popular basketball player. Also, she was spotted at various basketball courts in and around the United States whenever Larry Bird played.

Dinah Mattingly's husband playing basketball
Caption:  Dinah Mattingly's husband playing basketball

Her husband is a former basketball coach as well as a player. He has served as president of the Indiana Pacers. Well, he has been described as one of the greatest basketball players and greatest shooters of all time. Dinah hubby's professional career started after he was selected by the Boston Celtics in the year 1978 NBA draft, with the sixth overall pick.

Dinah Mattingly talking in an interview
Caption: Dinah Mattingly talking in an interview

Bird played with the team winning three NBA championships and two NBA Finals MVP awards. In the year 1992, he became one of the members of the US men’s Olympic basketball team, nicknamed The Dream Team, which won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics.