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He was a student of Stanford University.
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Father: Richard’s father’s name is Kevin.
Mother: Richard’s mother’s name is Beverly.
Siblings: Richard has two siblings whose names are Kristina and Brandon.
Wives and kids: Richard is not married officially but he has a son named Rayden and a daughter.
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Sexual orientation: straight.
His constant partner, his fiancé and the mother of his kids is Ashley Moss who has a certificate of a cosmetologist.
✎edit Richard Sherman Money, Net Worth
His net worth is estimated at $ 3 Million.
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Place of living: He lives in Crawford. He has a huge villa there.
Cars: He has an Audi.
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- He is known to be a cyber-bully.
- His favorite brand is Nike.
✎edit Misc Questions
Did Richard have success only in sports as a child?
Richard was a very good student at school, especially in the senior classes. When he finished school he was salutatorian, which means that he was the second in the rank of the most talented and highest estimated students.
What was his specialization at the University?
Richard got Bachelor’s degree in the sphere of public relations and communication. It was not enough for him and he decided to get the Master’s degree.
What has made Richard especially famous among the spectators of the games?
It is the so-called ‘trash-talk’ which is a special form of artistic insult of the sport opponents that is rather a controversial thing and that some sport fans disapprove of. It is rather funny to listen to Richard as he makes fun of the rivals as he bases his speech on play on words.
Has he established any charity?
Richard’s organization is really a foundation that has an aim to help the kids to have a better result in their studies. It supports the underprivileged kids giving them different things that are necessary for school, such as paper, books and stationery.