Jonathan R. Dariyanani is a celebrity husband and entrepreneur from the United States. He is best known as the husband of Krystal Ball, an American political pundit, and journalist.
|Full Name:||Jonathan R. Dariyanani|
|Profession:||Celebrity husband, entrepreneur|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Kids||three (daughters: Ella Maria, Ida Rose, and son: Lowell Maxwell)|
Jonathan R. Dariyanani Age, Biography
Jonathan was born in the United States of America, but the exact date of his birth is unknown. Behind the curtain are his mother’s and father’s names. In terms of nationality, he is American, but his ancestors are unknown. Furthermore, no information about his childhood or early life is available.
Jonathan received his bachelor’s degree in BA, Legal Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. In 1997, he received his Doctor of Law in International Business from Duke University School of Law.
Jonathan R. Dariyanani Height & Weight
Moving on to his physical characteristics, Jonathan has black eyes and black hair. Furthermore, there is no information about his height, weight, or other body measurements.
Jonathan R. Dariyanani’s Net Worth
As a businessman, he makes a decent living from his work. His salary, however, is unknown. He is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million as of August 2023.
His wife, on the other hand, has $44 million in assets and a $3.5 million annual salary.
Jonathan R. Dariyanani Wife
Jonathan, an American businessman, married his girlfriend Krystal Ball in 2008. His wife is an entrepreneur and former Democratic congressional candidate.
They have three children: Ella Marie (daughter), Lowell Maxwell (son), and Ida Rose (daughter). The couple later divorced.
For one year, Jonathan worked as a Special Project Manager at Banc of America Securities. Later that year, in 1997, he began working as an Associate Attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.
Jonathan also worked as Director of ESL at LeapFrog from 2003 to 2004. Soon after, he joined Zoma Ventures, LLC, where he worked as Managing Director for over eight years.
He also worked there from 2004 to 2012. Jonathan is the founder and president of Cognotion, Inc./Ed-Tech Entrepreneur. He has yet to win any awards in his career.