For many in the American football community, Casey Noble is considered the woman in the life of one of American Football’s illustrious sons, Clay Matthews III. The couple first got matched up in 2013 and have remained together till date. They have welcomed about two children and have supported each other in soaring in their respective careers.
However, even before her marriage to Matthews, Noble had already made a name for herself as an accomplished interior designer. She had executed several breathtaking projects for many reputable clients. She had also featured on some design-inclined reality TV shows and consequentially garnered fame as a TV personality.
Her Journey to Becoming One of the Most Notable Interior Designers in Los Angeles
Casey Noble was born in Redondo Beach, Marin, California to the family of Ron and Joy Noble. Being one of two children, she and her brother were raised in Redondo Beach. Growing up, Noble attended Agoura High School, Agoura Hills. Following her graduation from high school, she attended George Mason University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in computer graphics design. She then enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise (FIDM), where she studied interior design.
While training at FIDM, Noble designed a few small-sized projects for friends and family. She also interned at some highly-rated hospitality design firms, which specialize in hotels, bars, spas as well as restaurants, before graduation.
Noble started her career in 2006 by working as an interior designer for the firm, Hirsch Bedner Associates. She remained there until 2009 when she and two other friends ventured out to establish their own interior design company. With so much excellence and professionalism at play, it didn’t take long before trio began designing for several notable clients including hotels like SLS Miami, Borgata, and The Redbury.
She Hosted HGTV’s Design on a Dime and Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible
A year after going into business with her friends, the relentless Casey Noble decided to expand her horizons by applying for the popular HGTV show, Design Star. The reality TV show offered the winning designer a chance to host their own show on the network and Noble decided to try her luck. She enrolled and was picked as one of the contestants for the fifth season. She put in a lot of hard work during the show and eventually emerged as one of the top three finalists.
Having failed to emerge, winner, Casey Noble missed out on a chance to host her own HGTV show. This disappointment did not last for long as she was called upon to host one of the channel’s regular programs, Design on a Dime. The show is a home improvement show which features designers trying to carry out a remodel/redesign of living space on a tiny budget of $2500. The series debuted in the early 2000s and Noble served as its host from February 2011 to 2012.
Upon successfully concluding her work on Design on a Dime, Casey Noble was hired as a designer on the Travel Channel show, Hotel Impossible. The show featured hospitality expert and acclaimed hotel fixer, Anthony Melchiorri, as he goes around helping to redesign and revive the fortunes of crumbling hotels all around the United States. Noble served as one of the lead designers for about two years, from 2012 to 2014.
Meet Her NFL Star Husband – Clay Matthews III
Casey Noble is happily married to an 11-year veteran of the NFL by name Clay Matthews III. A native of Los Angeles, California, Matthews was born on the 14th of May 1986. He hails from a football family, his father and grandfather all played professional football, and naturally dabbled into the game at an early age.
The young Matthews excelled as a special teams player during his days of college football at the University of Southern California. He then morphed into a linebacker and was selected by the Green Bay Packers with the 26th Overall pick of the 2009 NFL draft. Matthews would spend a total of nine years with the franchise during which he established himself at the heart of the Packers defense. He received about six Pro Bowl honors for his efforts and also picked up one First-Team All-Pro selection and was named the PFWA defensive player of the year in 2010.
The Couple Has Two Children Together
Casey Noble and her husband, Clay Matthews III, were first spotted together in public back in 2013. The sighting sparked a lot of interest, given that they were two public personalities, and many fans sought to know how their romance evolved. The duo, however, kept tight-lipped and shielded their relationship from the public eye.
That stance is one they have maintained to date and it is difficult to piece particular details of their romance together. What we do know, however, is that they continued dating from that 2013 and got engaged down the line. They welcomed their first child in February 2015 before exchanging vows in a private ceremony in July of that year.
It has been several years since that nuptial and the couple now has two children together. Their first is a son named William Clay Matthews IV (b. February 2015). Their second is a daughter named Madeline Joy (b. November 8, 2016). Casey has largely stepped back from the spotlight since getting married and welcoming kids. There is no more news of her hosting any TV show. It is, however, possible that she is still running the design firm that she set up with her friends, on a scaled-back level.
A Comparative Look at Casey Noble’s and Clay Matthew’s Achievements in their Respective Endeavors
Casey Noble’s decade-long career as an interior designer has fetched her a decent income. It has also made her a notable personality thanks to her multiple appearances on TV. There is however no gainsaying the fact that her husband surpasses her in terms of achievements, fame as well as the amount of money he has accumulated from his career.
Matthews not only plays one of the most popular sports in America but has also distinguished himself in terms of his achievements. Asides the multiple individual accolades that he has collected, the linebacker has also clinched the highest trophy in American football which is the Super Bowl.
Back in 2010, Matthews recorded an impressive 60 tackles, 13.5 sacks, four pass deflections, two forced fumbles, and one interception as the Green Bay Packers made it to the Super Bowl XVL against the Pittsburgh Steelers. In the game itself, he contributed three tackles, one pass deflection, and a very crucial forced fumble as his team won 31-25. That feat earned him the highly-coveted Super Bowl ring. It also ensured that he would not be easily forgotten in the annals of football history.
Another area where Noble’s husband surpasses her is in terms of career earnings. While her earnings and net worth is yet to be ascertained, her husband has made about $81.5 million. This comes from the several juicy contracts that he has signed in the course of his career. They include a five-year contract worth $13.1 million in 2009, a five-year contract extension worth $66 million in 2013, and a two-year contract worth $9.2 million in 2019. All this has helped Clay Matthews III to acquire a net worth of $35 million.