|Birth Name||Corrie Diane Bird|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Larry Bird|
|Father Profession||Former Basketball Player/Coach|
|Mother Name||Janet Condra|
|Spouse||Trent Theopolis Batson|
|No Of Children||4 including 2 step-kids|
|Sibilings||Step-Siblings: Conner and Mariah|
|Date of Birth||August 14,1977|
|Married Date||May 17,2008|
Corrie Bird is best known as the daughter of Larry Bird, a former professional basketball player who played for the Boston Celtics from 1979-1992. Corrie's parents, Larry and Janet Condra had a brief marriage that lasted for only a year.
Corrie Diane Bird was born on August 14, 1977, in the United States. She works as a manager of the family medicine department at AP&S Clinic. Let's know about her current relationship with both of her parents. Additionally, we will get to know about Corrie's marital life.
Corrie Bird is married to her husband, Trent Theopolis Batson. The couple exchanged their wedding vows on May 17, 2008. Their marriage took place at The White Chapel on the campus of Rose Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Bird and Batson held their reception at the Rose Hulman Dining Hall. They have been married for over 12 years as of 2021. Further, Bird and Trent celebrated their first anniversary in Vegas. There is not much information about Trent, but it seems he works as a public safety officer at Rose-Hulman as per his Linkedin account.
Corrie and her husband, Trent share four kids where two of them are Corrie's stepkids. The pair welcomed their first child, a daughter named, Violet Marie Batson on June 18, 2012. She was born at Indiana University Hospital in Indianapolis. Similarly, thier second child, a son named, Sebastian Grey Smith was born on April 20, 2017.
From his previous relationship, Trent has a son named, Santana and a daughter named, Christian. Moreover, Corrie has a strong bond with her stepkids as well.
One of the respected basketball players, Larry Bird married Springs Valley classmate Janet Condra in 1975. At the time, they were both teenagers. Within a year, they split and got divorced. Just some months later, Larry's father committed suicide.
Larry attempted to reunite with Janet. Although they never remarried, Janet became pregnant and gave birth to Corrie. However, Bird never became a part of the family. Going through devastating personal troubles, Larry used basketball as his escape.
Talking about Corrie's parents, Larry has been married to Dinah Mattingly since 1989. They have two adopted children, Conner and Mariah. Likewise, Janet is now a widow of her late husband, Mike Deakins.
Larry and his only biological daughter, Corrie doesn't have a pleasing relationship. Larry focused on his own professional career and left his then-wife and newly born daughter. However, Corrie always wanted him to be a part of her life.
While Larry was avoiding Corrie, she, on the other hand, was trying her best to get close to him. She wrote her father a letter asking him to invite her to his big retirement ceremony. Sadly, Larry never responded.
In his autobiography, Larry mentioned Corrie saying:
"I can't honestly say I've had that much to do with her life because of my differences with Janet. I think about Corrie all the time, but what can I really do now? To tell you the truth, I've never really known how to handle the situation, but I love her and anytime Corrie needs anything, I will be there for her."
In 1998, Corrie appeared in The Oprah Winfrey Show and told that she was not angry or bitter at her father for neglecting her most of her life.
There is no exact information regarding Corrie Bird's net worth. She previously worked as a manager at AP&S Clinic but at present, Bird might be busy raising her kids. On the other hand, her father, Larry has a net worth of $75 million as per celebrity net worth.
Nicknamed Larry Legend, Bird was ranked as the greatest Boston Celtics player of all time. The Boston Celtics drafted him with the sixth overall pick in the 1978 NBA draft. He continued to play for the Celtics until his retirement in 1992. Additionally, Larry served as head coach of the Indiana Pacers from 1997-2000.