Brian Shaw - Personal Life

Personal Life

In July 1993, both of Shaw's parents and his sister were killed in an auto accident in Nevada. His sister's daughter survived the crash and Shaw, with help from his aunt, helped raise her. Shaw's wife, Nikki, is a professional chef. They married in 1998 and have two children.

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