Manny and his wife, Leyla Milani Khoshbin, are 11 years apart in age.
Manny Khoshbin is a well-known real estate mogul whose journey from rags to riches has inspired many people. He began his entrepreneurial path at the age of 18 and has overcome numerous obstacles to become a multi-millionaire today.
And he has achieved success not only in his business undertakings but also in his personal connections. He and his wife, Leyla Milani-Khoshbin, have been married for nearly a decade and have two children together.
Khoshbin is 11 years older than his wife, and Leyla believes that their age gap has contributed to their happy marriage.
Manny Khoshbin and his wife became friends because of their entrepreneurial spirit.
Khoshbin reached out to Leyla on Facebook when he initially sought to contact her. They began dating in 2009 after getting to know each other, and they married in 2011.
Leyla has multiple throwback postings on the day of her and Khoshbin’s wedding. The actress/influencer confessed in one of her posts that she and her husband put on their wedding gowns and had a second wedding photoshoot because they weren’t happy with the ones from the big day.
Khoshbin and Leyla have a daughter named Priscilla Khoshbin and a boy named Enzo Pasha.
Khoshbin and his wife were business partners before becoming husband and wife, and they bonded through their shared entrepreneurial mentality.
What Is His Wife’s Name?
Leyla Milani Hair is the founder and president of Leyla Milani Hair, just like Khoshbin. She is also an Iranian-Canadian-American model and actress who has worked in a variety of industries.
Leyla competed in the 2005 WWE Diva Search and came in second place out of 8000 contestants globally. For the next few years, she made cameos at Pro Wrestling Guerrilla After School Specials and WWE Raw Fan Nation advertisements.
When Wrestlicious TakeDown, an all-women wrestling show, debuted in March 2010, she worked as the event’s co-host for a short time.
Leyla was a model on NBC’s Deal or No Deal from 2005 to 2009, in addition to wrestling specials and commercials. For the duration of her stint on the show, she was assigned case #13, earning her the nicknames Lucky Leyla and Lucky 13.