Julianna Zobrist - Biography
Last Modified: Aug 31, 2020
|Born on :||October 5, 1984 (age 37)|
|Birth Name /
|Julianna Joy Gilmore|
|Birth Place:||Orlando, Florida, USA|
|Father's Name:||Jeff Gilmore|
|Mother's Name:||Cheryl Gilmore|
Liz Gilmore (older sister)
|High School:||Iowa City High School|
|Married Date:||December 17, 2005|
|Husband's Name:||Ben Zobrist (filed for divorce)|
Zion Benjamin Zobrist (son)
|Hair Color:||Dyed Blonde|
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Who is Julianna Zobrist?
Julianna Zobrist is a singer, speaker, author by profession and American by nationality. The Christian musician performs a Christian pop style of electronic dance music. She is also known for her relationship and marriage to MBL player Ben Zobrist.
Julianna Zobrist – Age, Parents, Siblings
Julianna Zobrist’s birth took place on October 5, 1984, in Orlando, Florida, USA. She was born as Julianna Joy Gilmore to father Jeff Gilmore, a pastor and mother Cheryl Gilmore (née Kauk).
She is not the only child of her parents and has five siblings, among which she is the fourth. Her elder siblings are named Liz, Rosie, and Jeffrey Paul and younger siblings are named Caroline and Jonathan. Zobrist spent the first seven years of her life in Florida before the family moved to Iowa City, Iowa.
There she attended Heritage Christian School and later studied at Iowa City High School. After graduation, she went on to enroll at Belmont University in 2007. She graduated in May 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in commercial voice.
Her ethnicity is Caucasian.
Julianna Zobrist – Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Divorce
Julianna Zobrist married her longtime boyfriend Ben Zobrist on 17 December 2005, when she was 21. She and her husband have welcomed three children together.
Their son Zion Benjamin Zobrist was born on February 1, 2009. On September 19, 2011, Julianna Zobrist gave birth to daughter Kruse Allegra Zobrist. The couple’s third child, also a girl, was born on November 6, 2015. They named her Blaise Royal Zobrist.
After 14 years of marriage, the married couple decided to end their marriage. It was reported in May 2019 that she has filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences” while Ben Zobrist filed for divorce alleging his wife “has been guilty of inappropriate marital conduct, which rendered further cohabitation impossible.”
Both filed for divorce from separate states.
Julianna Zobrist – Career
Julianna Zobrist as intrigued by fashion since her high school years but chose to pursue a career in music.
She began her professional career in 2008 by recording her extended play (EP) The Tree. The EP was released on January 8, 2009. This was followed by the release of Julianna Zobrist’s second EP titled Say It Now on April 17, 2012.
Her debut studio album Shatterproof was released on July 1, 2016. Two of the singles from the album The Dawn and Alive peaked at No. 30 on the Christian AC Indicator chart and No. 48 on the Christian Digital Songs chart respectively.
In 2016, Julianna Zobrist had the opportunity to sing the national anthem for the Kansas City Royals. She also sang God Bless America for the Chicago Cubs before game 4 of the 2016 World Series.
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Moreover, Zobrist is known for her appearances in Snake (2012), WGN Morning News (1994) and The 20th Annual Movieguide Awards (2012). She has also been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, PEOPLE Magazine, ABC News’ Celebrity Love Stories, Beauty Atlas, PARADE, CBS, FOX News, Sports Illustrated, etc.
She also has a YouTube channel where he uploads her music, inspirational speeches, and family videos.
In addition, Zobrist’s books Pull It Off was released on September 18, 2018, and Double Play, co-written with Mike Yorkey and Ben Zobrist was released in 2014.
Julianna Zobrist – Net Worth, Salary
Julianna Zobrist’s net worth and salary have not been estimated.
Julianna Zobrist – Social Media
As for her social media, she is active on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. She also has an official website- juliannazobrist.com where her work and life is detailed.
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