Susann Margreth Branco

Quick Facts

Full Name Susann Margreth Branco
Birth Name Susann Margreth Branco
Profession Celebrity Partner, Former model
Nationality Swedish
Ethnicity White
Birth Country Sweden
Gender Identity Female
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Divorced
Spouse Barry Bonds (m. 1988–1994)
No Of Children 2 (Nikolai Lamar Bonds and Shikari Bonds)
Networth 500000

A former makeup artist, Susann Margreth Branco came to highlight after marrying one of the legendary Major League Baseball (MLB) player, Barry Bonds. Well, he spent 22 seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball.

The celebrity wife, Susann Margreth who is originally from Sweden holds Swedish citizenship. But she has kept much of her details secret so no more information about her birthdate and family history is available. Similarly another celebrity partner, Kim Weeks.

Was Married for Six Years with Barry

Sun Bonds, aka Susann Margreth Branco and born as Barry Lamar Bonds was married for 6 years.  In August 1987, the two initially ran into one another in Montreal, Quebec. She was a cosmetics artist at Ogilvy’s at the time and stripped at Chez Paree in the city. Following their initial meetings, they quickly fell in love and were legally married.

Barry and Susann had a small ceremony to celebrate their marriage on February 5th, 1988. In full view of the bride and groom’s family, the event eloped in Las Vegas. Likewise, after meeting in 1987, the couple dated for six months.

When did they got divorced?

Barry and Margreth Branco began living apart in June 1994. Even though they had been married for six years, they divorced in December 1994. In actuality, their marriage was dissolved by the Catholic Church in 1997.

After Bonds agreed to a prenuptial agreement, their parting resulted in a highly publicized divorce. In which Susann relinquished her claim to a portion of his current and future profits.

As a result, Barry Stills has been paying Susann Margreth $20,000 in child support each month. Additionally, he provided $10,000 in spousal support at the time of the decision.

happy mother of two kids

Barry and Susann Margreth have two grown children together from their marriage. Their firstborn child, or eldest son, Nikolai Lamar Bonds, was born on December 18, 1989.

The youngest child born to Branco and Brands in March 1991 is Shikari Bonds. Mention that Nikolai, the father’s son, continued to sit in the dugout with him during games.

Barry Bonds and her son, Nikolai Lamar Bonds, are pictured.
The Wall Street Journal is the source.

Nikolai Lamar served as a Giants batboy in 2010 while his father was a player in San Francisco.

Re-Marriage with Second Wife

Bonds wed Liz Watson, his second wife, in a private ceremony on January 10, 1998. The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco hosted the event in front of 240 guests.  In Los Altos Hills, California, the couple had been residing with their daughter Aisha Lynn Bonds. On June 9, 2009, the two ex-spouses divorced after ten and a half years of marriage.

2nd Wife, Liz files for Divorce

Liz Watson filed for formal separation from her husband Barry on July 21, 2009, after 11 years of marriage. Instead, they managed a seven-month reconciliation before Liz formally filed for divorce in Los Angeles on February 26, 2010.

Picture of Barry Bonds and Aisha Lynn Bonds, his daughter
via Getty Images

On Friday, June 6, 2011, Bonds and Watson’s paperwork was ultimately submitted to the Los Angeles Superior Court. And Watson is asking for joint custody of Aisha Lynn, their daughter, both legally and physically.

Bought a home for Ex-Girlfriend Kimberly Bell

Just after dissolving his first marriage, a professional baseball player had a long-term romance with Kimberly Bell. Their union started in 1994 and terminated in May 2003. Additionally, the San Francisco Giants had purchased Bell a house in Scottsdale, Arizona. However, a finalist for the 2015 RWA Golden Heart lied about using steroids in 1999 and then threatened to hurt her.

What is the Net Worth of Susann Margreth as of 2022?

Having worked as a cosmetic artist in the past, Susann Margreth has amassed a respectable sum of money. Although her exact net worth has never been disclosed, it may be around $500k, similar to Sharon Thomas, Dean Cain’s mother.

Similar to that, a make-up artist’s average annual salary in the US is $47,917. So, it seems to reason that Branco would benefit from her work in the same field.

Millionaire former spouse

Her husband, Barry Bonds, is one of the Top 20 Richest Baseball Players in the World, on the other hand. As of early April 2020, the net worth of a retired American baseball left fielder who spent 22 seasons with the San Francisco Giants in the MLB was $100 million.

Bonds is currently making roughly $30 million a year. Similarly, Bonds has consistently generated a large sum of money on his appearance as a successful baseball player. He really received the average MLB salary of $188,245,322. His basic pay of $22 million in 2005 marked the height of his earnings.


Barry Bonds played for the San Francisco Giants (1993–2007)

Bonds won a total of seven NL MVP honors, eight Gold Glove trophies, twelve Silver Slugger Awards, and fourteen All-Star appearances during the course of his lengthy career. He holds numerous MLB marks, including 73 home runs in a single season, 232 bases on balls in a single season, 863 slugging percentage in a single season, and 762 lifetime home runs.

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Always the Highest-Paid Athlete

In 1993, Barry and the Giants came to terms on a six-year, $43.75 million deal that included a $2.5 million signing bonus. In January 2002, he re-signed with the Giants for a five-year, $90 million deal.

Bonds earned $22 million in 2005, which was the second-highest compensation in all of Major League Baseball. He had the fourth-highest baseball income in 2006 with $20 million (bonuses excluded).

Barry was the highest-paid baseball player of all time in 2006 after making around $172 million over the course of his 21-year career. He returned on time to the Giants’ spring training camp in 2007 after agreeing to a new one-year contract worth $15.8 million.