Ben Smith Biography and Wikipedia
A native of Venice, California, Ben Smith is an American Army ranger veteran, a personal trainer as well as a reality television personality.
Smith is set to feature as a contestant on the 16th season of the ABC reality television show, The Bachelorette. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Ben Smith Age and Birthday
American Army ranger veteran and personal trainer, Smith, was born on August 8th, 1989 in Venice Beach, California, United States. Ben is 29 years old as of 2020. He celebrates his birthday on August 8th every year.
Ben Smith Height and Weight
The American bon reality television personality, Smith measures a standing height of 1.85 meters which is equivalent to 6 feet 1 inch tall. He also weighs 89 kilograms which is equivalent to 196 lbs. His other body measurements will be updated as soon as it has been made available.
Ben Smith Family, Parents and Siblings
Ben is the son of Dabid, his father, and Julie, his mother. His parents lived in the neighboring city of Carmel. His father was a dentist since 1984 and owned a dental clinic called Really Smile Dental.
Smith also has a sister called Madalyn Smith who is a nurse as well as a fitness enthusiast just like Ben. The siblings were spotted training on the Murph workout routine together. Madalyn was also on the dance team at Purdue University and worked at 11W Nurses Station in Chicago.
Smith Dating, Wife and Children
There is no known information about Smith being in previous relationships. There is also no known information about him being a father. This information will be updated as soon as it has been made available.
Ben Smith The Bachelorette
Smith is a contestant on season 16 of The Bachelorette. He says that the only thing missing from his life is someone to share it with!
He is ready to get married and is truly looking for the right woman to settle down with and start a family.
Ben “wants a wife who can openly communicate and stay emotionally available. She also must be able to keep up with him on the dance floor, or at least be willing to cheer him on when he jumps in the middle of a dance battle to show off some of his winning moves.”