Jul 052011
 

Interesting Details

Dating and Marriage

Andy Roddick, a 1982 baby and Brooklyn Decker, who was born in 1987, began dating in 2007 and got hitched on April 17th, 2009.  Roddick noticed Brooklyn while flipping through a swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated and decided he wanted to meet her.  Andy being the chivalrous character that he is got his agent to call Brooklyn’s agent and the rest, as they say, is history.


Modelling Career

Brooklyn Decker is one of the hottest creatures to walk this earth.  She was ranked #2 on the 2010 Maxim Hot 100 and came in at #36 in 2011.  Decker has been in the SI Swimsuit Edition from 2006 to 2008 and was featured as the cover model for the 2010 edition.  Also in 2010, Esquire held a “Sexiest Woman Alive” bracket challenge capturing 89% of the Equire readers vote over veteran Heidi Klum (Brooklyn received at least 75% of the vote in each round).  Brooklyn has modeled for all of the top brand’s including Victoria’s Secret and will continue to be a sought after comedy in the modelling world for years to come.

Acting Career

Brooklyn decided that just looking pretty in photographs was not enough for her anymore.  Next she wanted to look pretty on film.  Decker started out her acting career guest starring in a variety of TV shows including Chuck, Royal Pains, and Ugly Betty.  Then she finally got the break she was looking for with a starring role as Adam Sandler’s sexy love interest in Just Go With It.  Brooklyn now has two co-starring roles in upcoming films Battleship and What To Expect When You’re Expecting.

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  One Response to “Andy Roddick’s Wife – Brooklyn Decker”

  1. […] Mardy Fish, also has an incredibly hot model for a wife.  She may not be as famous or as hot as Andy Roddick’s wife, Brooklyn Decker (we’ll let you decide that one) but she is quite the looker […]

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