Short Biography of Brad’s Wife Marie Liarris, Her Family with Personal Life

Marie Liarris is the wife of Brad Fittler who is the head coach of the New South Wales State of Origin team and at an international level, he coaches Lebanon.

Marie Liarris was born somewhere in the United States of America to American parents. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnical background. Marie stands at a decent height with an average weight. She has black eyes color and natural black hair color with a white skin tone.

Marie Liarris’s Personal life

Marie Liarris is a married woman, she married an Australian rugby league coach Brad Fittler. They appear at many social events together but the information on how they met and for how long they were in a relationship remains hidden from the media.

Also, the pair is mysterious in many other ways, as the information about their wedding date and place is still not out.

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Caption: Marie Liarris’s husband with their children (Photo: frostsnow)

However, the couple is blessed with two children as a daughter Demi Fittler and a son Zach Fittler. As of now, the couple is living a blissful life together and there are no rumors of divorce or separation between them. Looking at them, it seems like this couple will last forever.

Marie Enjoys Net Worth of Millions

Marie’s husband Brad Fittler is an Australian rugby league coach who has a net worth of $10 million as of 2019, including all his income and properties.

In the year 2002, he and Caylee’s signed a contract with Sydney Roosters club worth $3.25 million for a year.

Brad’s earnings, from salary in 2006, was around $800,000. Likewise, Fittler bought a home worth $2.12 million in Northern Sydney Suburb in 2009.

Again in the year 2014, he sold it at $2.4 million. Looking at her husband’s net worth, we are sure that Marie is living a lavish and luxurious lifestyle with her family.

Marie Liarris’s Career

Marie Liarris might be involved in some sort of profession for her living but she has not provided any information about her professional career. However, she came to the media spotlight after tied the wedding knot with an Australian rugby league coach Brad Fittler.

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Caption: Marie Liarris with her husband (Photo: Playerswiki)

A Short Career of Marie’s Husband

Her husband Fittler started his career as a rugby player with the Penrith Panthers while he was studying in McCarthy Catholic Senior High School in the western suburbs of Sydney.

There he won against Canberra Raiders by scoring 18-14, 1990 Grand Final. Then he selected for Australia and became a member of the 1990 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France.

After that, he was the youngest player ever on the tour and the test was started at Wembley Stadium in London but didn’t play on the tour because he had broken protocol by saying Good day dude to HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at the meeting.

Later he played in another 8 tour games and scored 8 tries. In the year 1991, he was on the winning side in the Panthers’ premiership by playing in the centers as Penrith.

After 1991

Later he again selected for the Kangaroos five-game tour of Papua New Guinea and won against the Papua New Guinea Kumuls by making test debut for Australia.  In the year 1992 at Wembley Stadium, the last season, he selected in Australia World Cup Final team to play Great Britain and retained the Rugby League World Cup with 10-6 for Australia.

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Caption: Marie Liarris’s Husband 
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In the year 1995 at Wembley, he was an easy choice to captain Australia in the last ARL season. However, the team Kangaroos went through a loss to England with 20-16 in the first tournament, and in Semi-final in Huddersfield, the team won against New Zealand scoring 20-all.

Moreover, he retained the win against England with an 18-8 leading Australia to its 8th World Cup success in front of 66,540 fans at Wembley. In the year 1996, he joined the Sydney City Roosters and played nine seasons, and made the team win in NRL Grand Final in 2002.

Then he retired as the most experienced first grader by playing 336 games along with Terry Lamb (349). Also, he was honored by Rothmans Medal for the player of the 1997 ARL Premiership.