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American football quarterback
Born: May 7, 1984 (age 38 years), Bremerton, Washington, United States
Spouse: Elizabeth Barry (m. 2009)
Career end: 2021

Dates joined: March 2018 (Washington Commanders)
School: The University of Utah
Height: 1.93 m
Children: Sloan Smith, Hudson Smith, Hayes Smith

Birthday: May 7, 1984 (Taurus)
Born In: Bremerton, Washington, United States
Also Known As: Alexander Douglas Smith
Age: 38 Years, 38 Year Old Males

Spouse/Ex-: Elizabeth Barry (M. 2009)
Father: Douglas D. Smith
Mother: Pam Smith
Siblings: Abbey Smith, Josh Smith, MacKenzie Smith

Born Country: United States
American Football Players American Men
Height: 6’4″ (193 cm), 6’4″ Males
U.S. State: Washington

Ancestry: Serbian American, Austrian American
Notable Alumni: University Of Utah
Education: University Of Utah

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Smith has a brother, Josh, and two sisters, Abbey and MacKenzie. One of Smith’s great-grandfathers was an Austrian immigrant of Serbian descent who immigrated to the U.S. from the Austro-Hungarian Empire when he was 12 years old.

To honor him, Smith, his brother, and his father are each tattooed with four firesteels, the traditional Serbian cross.

Smith’s uncle, John L. Smith, was a college football head coach until 2018, and his cousin, Chris Shelton, is a former Major League Baseball player.

In 2014, Smith was awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree by the University of Utah, where he also delivered the commencement speech for the graduating class. He married former Oakland Raiders cheerleader Elizabeth Barry in 2009.

They have two sons and a daughter.

In 2007, Smith founded the Alex Smith Foundation and the Alex Smith Guardian Scholars Program, which helps send foster teens to college. He started the program with $500,000, and continues to personally fund the majority of the charity.

The Boston Globe held up Smith’s foundation as a model charity that properly allocated its funding, noting that it raised over $800,000 from 2008 to 2010 and spent 91 percent of the funds on scholarships and grants.

Since recovering from his injury, Smith has participated in a number of inspirational speaking events including TED, American Bankers Association’s Emerging Leaders Forum, and to the Alabama Crimson Tide Football Team.

Smith has also partnered with brands including Oofos Recovery Footwear and clothing brands like Linksoul and Attitude is Free, the latter of which he created his Just Live collection.

100% of the proceeds from the collection are donated to the Center for the Intrepid where he spent most of his rehabilitation process.

Alexander Douglas “Alex” Smith was born on May 7, 1984, in Bremerton, Washington, where his father Douglas D. Smith coached football at Olympic High School.

The family moved to La Mesa, California, in 1987 after his father became an executive director at Helix High School, which he attended.

As a starter, he led the Helix Scotties to two San Diego CIF section championships and set a 25-1 record during his junior and senior years, earning two conference offensive player of the year honors.

Named MVP for Helix twice, he set the school record of six touchdowns in one game and registered the second-highest completion percentage ever in San Diego CIF.