American author, Hana Ali is the fifth child of Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest boxers of all time and a significant and most celebrated sports figure during the 20th century. Hana recently wrote a book, At Home with Muhammad Ali, which is about personal recordings, including love, loss, and forgiveness.
Ali was born on 15th June 1976, in Miami Beach, Florida, United States. Moreover, she belongs to mixed ethnicity (African-Irish and English). Aside from this, she is a married woman. Find out more in detail about her personal life in the following sections.
Marital Life with Kevin Casey
Hana Ali got married to an American mixed-martial artist, Kevin Casey in 2013. The two are together for six years, and recently, they just celebrated their sixth anniversary but haven't share kids up until now.
The couple is enjoying the romantic and cherishable moments of their lives together. Hana further promotes Casey's UFC matches on her social media, as well. She shared a picture of Kevin making submission lock over Micah Brakefield at Submission Underground 9 on 8th July 2019.
Ali's Parents (Mohammad & Veronica) Marital Relationship
Hana's parents, Mohammad Ali and Veronica Porche tied the knot on 19th June 1977. Their marriage was an intimate ceremony where they invited most of their friends and close relatives.
Before their marriage, they already shared their first child, Hana, in 1976. They later announced that they're expecting another baby shortly after their wedding. At the end of 1977, they welcomed their second daughter, Laila Ali, who's an actress (30th December 1977).
After staying married for nine years, they eventually separated and filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences in 1986. Later, the court confirmed their separation in late-1986.
Hana's Father (Muhammad Ali)'s Other Marital Affairs
Hana's dad, Muhammad, was married to his first wife, Sonji Roi on 14th August 1964. The marriage, however, didn't last long, and they divorced on 10th January 1966. They didn't share children from their wedding.
After the divorce, Ali tied the knot with his second spouse, Khalilah 'Belinda' Ali on 17th August 1967. Unfortunately, they divorced after living for nine years in a marital relationship on 29th December 1976.
The pair shared three beautiful daughters, Maryum Ali (born on 18th June 1968), Rasheeda Ali, and Jamillah Ali (twins; born in 1970). They also welcomed a lovely son, Muhammad Ali Jr. (born in 1972), who's an entrepreneur.
Ali got married to his fourth wife, Lonnie Ali on 19th November 1986. This time, their marriage was ended with the death of Muhammad due to septic shock on 3rd June 2016.
The soulmates were together for thirty years in a marital relationship. Together, they decided to adopt a child in 1988. They soon took a lovely son, Asaad Amin in mid-1988.
Ali also has two daughters, Miya Ali from the relationship with his ex-partner, Patricia Harvell, and Khaliah Ali-Wertheimer with a long-time lover, Aaisha Fletcher.
Net Value - $300 Thousand
Los Angeles' based author, Hana Ali's net worth is $300 Thousand as of 2019. She also makes an adequate income from her profession as an author. In the United States, an author earns $61,240 as an annual earning.
Hana's father had a net worth of $50 Million before the time of his death. Ali's house located in Michigan was listed on the sale for $2.5 Million.
Their house consists of five bedrooms, four, and a half bathrooms on 3,485 square feet. It also features a swimming pool, an open-air kitchen, an office, and a gym with a boxing ring, a massage room, and a Jacuzzi spa.
The 43-year-old author, Ali, wrote her first book, More Than a Hero: Muhammad Ali's Life Lessons Presented Through His Daughter's Eyes on 1st May 2000. The price of her book is $24.99, which includes 39 used from $2.75, 3 new from $18.98, and 1 collectible from $99.99.
Hana published her second book, Muhammad Ali - With the heart of a butterfly, which is listed on the price of $18.54 from hardcover and $12.34 from paperback. Recently, he wrote a collection of books, including Ali on Ali: Why He Said What He Said When He Said It for $8.28, consisting 41 used from $1.10 and 36 new from $4.02.
Similarly, his other books are At Home with Muhammad Ali as well as Ali on Ali: Why He Said What He Said When He Said It.
Featured in TV Documentaries
Hana Ali made her first appearance in the biographical documentary; This Is Your Life in 1978. She then starred in another documentary, Intimate Portrait, in 2001. She also appeared in the family news talk-show, Breakfast in 2004.
Hana Ali & Maryum Ali's Interview For "I Am Ali"
Ali featured in the family game-show music series, Dancing with the Stars in 2007. Later, she guest-appeared in the documentary, The Trials of Muhammad Ali in 2013. Similarly, her other notable shows, including Entertainment Tonight, The Queen Latifah Show, and various others.
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