Joanna Gaines was born in Kansas. She was raised in Texas. Her mother was Korean and her father was half German and half Lebanese. Before she was known, she graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Communications. She met her husband Chip, who she had similar construction and design interests with, and together started their own show, Fixer Upper (2013). In 2017 she announced that she was leaving the show. She and her husband own a construction/design company named Magnolia Homes, a discount store, Magnolia Market, and most recently Magnolia Table, a breakfast restaurant that also sells lunch and dinner.
Joanna Gaines is an American star who become through her collaboration with her husband, Chip Gaines. She is a businesswoman as well as a Designer. She got immense fame and popularity through the show called “Fixer Upper” in which she and her husband Chip Gaines renovates houses for the poor peoples.
Her real name is Joanna Gaines, and her nickname is Joanna, she is a businesswoman and designer by her profession. She was born on April 19, 1978, in Waco, Texas, the United States and her age is 41 years old (as in 2019). She is American by her nationality, and her zodiac sign is Aries. Her father's name is Jerry Stevens; mother name is Nan Stevens; sister name is Teresa Criswell and Mary Kay McCall.
She is married and living a prosperous life with her husband. As a designer, she began her career and opened a boutique. She later began a successful company with her husband twirled Magnolia Market and Magnolia Homes. After Joanna Gaines married Chip Gaines both couples stated their business by borrowing $5000; their first project was opening a shop called Magnolia Market, it is one of the companies they both owned in the Texas and from there Joanna Gaines learned about Interior Design.
In 2016, in the book “The Magnolia Story,” the couple penned their lives to give their fans a closer look behind the cameras at their life. The book shared several tales and story ranging from humorous anecdotes to more severe issues such as economic low points and the struggle to balance being a parent with a full-time profession.