Who is Mrs Assassin?
Mrs Assassin’s highly secretive when it comes to her private matters, and not a lot is known about her. She was born in the USA, sometime in the 1980s – her zodiac sign is said to be Pisces, and she holds American nationality. She’s a social media star, but who’s probably known best for being the wife of Dr Disrespect, a popular gamer and a social media personality.
Mrs Assassin hasn’t revealed her real name.
Early life and education
Mrs Assassin was raised in the US by her parents who prefer to be left out of media – it’s believed that her father was a businessman and that her mother was a real estate agent. As she hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, Mrs Assassin’s believed to be an only child.
She attended a local high school, where she was physically active as she played volleyball and soccer, and was also interested in acting, appearing in a couple of school plays. Mrs Assassin hasn’t spoken of her further education, but it’s believed that she pursued a college degree upon matriculating, but that she dropped out after around a year.
Mrs Assassin’s career
She’s a social media star, who’s probably known best for her Instagram account, which is followed by around 80,000 people, while she’s uploaded over 90 pictures, most of which feature her husband and their daughter.
Love life and marriage with Dr Disrespect
Mrs Assassin met Dr Disrespect sometime in the early 2000s, and while neither has spoken about how and when they met, it’s believed that it was at a gaming event.
They exchanged vows in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family members in the early 2010s. In December 2017, Dr Disrespect announced that he would take a two-month break from playing video games to be with his wife, as he admitted that he’d cheated on her. The two are also parents to their daughter who can be seen featured in many of their pictures on Instagram, while Dr Disrespect has taken her with him all around the US to keep him company during his gaming events.
Neither Mrs Assassin nor Dr Disrespect have spoken of any other people whom they have been with, and as of April 2021, the family of three seems to be leading a happy life together, as it also appears that Mrs Assassin has gotten over Dr Disrespect’s infidelity.
Hobbies and other interests
Mrs Assassin’s a skilled painter, and has produced various pictures of her husband which are featured in both of their Instagram accounts.
She’s passionate about travelling, and has also kept Dr Disrespect company during his gaming events held in various US states, as well as in a couple of European countries including England, France and Germany.
Mrs Assassin’s a lover of animals, but doesn’t have any pets as she believes she’d lack time to take proper care of them.
She’s a gamer herself, and enjoys playing video games such as “Fortnite: Battle Royale” and “Minecraft”.
In her spare time, Mrs Assassin enjoys watching movies starring her favorite actor and actress Johnny Depp and Julia Roberts, such as the franchise “Pirates of the Caribbean”, “Edward Scissorhands” and “The Runaway Bride”.
Age, height and net worth
Mrs Assassin’s believed to be in her mid-30s. She has long blonde hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) and she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs). As of April 2021, her and Dr Disrespect’s shared net worth has been estimated at over $6 million.
Who is Dr Disrespect?
Herschel ‘Guy’ Beahm IV aka Dr Disrespect, was born in the US on 10 March 1982 – his zodiac sign is Pisces and he holds American nationality.
He’s probably known best for his former Twitch channel which numbered around four million followers, while Dr Disrespect was mostly focused on livestreaming while playing first-person and third-person shooter video games “Black Ops 4: Blackout”, “Apex Legends” and “Call of Duty: Warzone”. On 26 June 2020, Twitch banned him and removed his channel for unknown reasons – it’s been reported that the ban might be permanent. The reason behind the ban hasn’t yet been disclosed, as of April 2021.
Dr Disrespect was raised in the US, but hasn’t shared any details concerning his parents who seem to prefer to be left out of the media’s attention.
He hasn’t talked about his siblings which is why many of his fans believe him to be an only child.
Dr Disrespect became interested in playing video games while attending a local high school, but still wanted to work, and thus upon matriculating in 2000, he enrolled at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, at which he played NCAA Division-II basketball. and from which he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in 2004.
He worked various jobs for the following seven years, while his gaming career was officially launched on 5 January 2010, when he created his eponymous YouTube channel which is today subscribed to by over 3.3 million people, and numbers close to 240 million views of all his videos combined.
After Twitch banned his channel, Dr Disrespect began livestreaming on YouTube – his most popular video today – “DrDisrespect – Alleyways” – has been watched close to six million times since 17 July 2020. He’s also an Instagram star with over one million followers on his account, while he’s uploaded close to 200 pictures, many of which have been taken during his livestreams and feature him play.
On 16 March 2011, he began working at Sledgehammer Games as their community manager, and soon became their level designer, and helped design various levels for the video game “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare”. Dr Disrespect left Sledgehammer in 2015 to dedicate his time to Twitch and YouTube.
On 11 June 2019, he was banned from the Electronic Entertainment Expo because he was livestreaming on Twitch from the event’s public restroom; his Twitch channel was also suspended. Dr Disrespect has also been accused of being a racist and of having mocked Chinese people.
He has won three awards: in 2017, Dr Disrespect won an Esports Industry Award for Streamer of the Year, as well as The Game Award for Trending Gamer, and in 2019 he won another Esports Industry Award for Streamer of the Year.
He’s also a writer, having published his memoir “Violence. Speed. Momentum” on 30 March 2021.