About Sydney Brooke Simpson Today: OJ Simpson’s daughter Bio

March 22, 2024
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Who is Sydney Brooke Simpson?

American entrepreneur and real estate agent Sydney Brooke Simpson was born in the USA on 17 October 1985, meaning that her zodiac sign’s Libra. She’s perhaps only known for being a daughter of American former professional Football Player and actor Orenthal James ‘O.J.’ Simpson, who was found guilty in a civil trial for the 1994 murders of his former wife and Sydney’s mother Nicole Brown Simpson, and her close friend Ronald Lyle Goldman.

Early life and education

Sydney was raised in Los Angeles, California alongside her brother Justin Ryan Simpson, born on 6 August 1988, by their parents who divorced in 1992 but remained equally involved in their upbringing. This was O.J.’s second marriage, as he had previously been married to Marguerite L. Whitley from 24 June 1967 to March 1979, and they had three children together, one of whom drowned in a swimming pool in August 1979, aged two.

Sydney and her brother were kept away from the media’s attention following their mother’s murder, and were raised by their relatives during their father’s trial. Sydney studied at a local high school in Los Angeles, and was mostly focused on her studies during her teenage years, while it’s believed that she took both acting and dancing lessons.

She matriculated in 2004, and although Sydney hasn’t spoken of her further education, it’s believed that she enrolled at Boston University, and that she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology in 2008.


Sydney’s career

Sydney hasn’t shared a lot about her career with the public, but it’s known that she’s today running a business in St. Petersburg, Florida, together with her younger brother, and working as a real estate agent.

Love life and relationships

Sydney hasn’t spoken about her love life in public, but her fans were able to find out that she’s been in a relationship with American politician Robert Blackmon since 2017; the two have been spotted spending time together in public on a number of occasions, and there are today also rumors circulating the internet, claiming that they’ve married, but these haven’t been confirmed.

It’s also believed that she was in a relationship with American businessman Stuart Alexander Lee from 2010 to 2015, but this also remains unconfirmed.

Sydney seems to be in a relationship with Robert Blackmon as of December 2022, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Sydney isn’t a big fan of social media networks, and thus doesn’t seem to be active on any; many YouTube videos featuring her have been uploaded onto the video sharing network by various users, and most of these feature her giving interviews.

It’s believed that she and her brother aren’t on good terms with their father, and some of Sydney’s fans have claimed that she isn’t convinced of her father’s innocence.

Although quite sporting in her teenage years, Sydney hasn’t been working out for the past 15 years, and has thus gained a lot of weight.

She enjoys watching movies in her spare time, and her favorite actors are Russell Crowe and Jim Carrey, and some of her favorite films are “The Man with the Iron Fists”, “The Next Three Days” and “The Greatest Beer Run Ever”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Sydney’s age is 37. She has brown eyes and hair, is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 165lbs (75kgs).

Sydney’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000 as of December 2022, and her father O. J.’s at more than $3 million.

Who is her father O. J. Simpson?

Orenthal James Simpson was born in San Francisco, California USA on 9 July 1947, meaning that his zodiac sign’s Cancer. Although once a famous and successful American Football Player, he’s today probably known best for having been tried for the murders of his former wife and her friend.


O.J. was raised in San Francisco by his father Jimmy Lee Simpson who was a chef, bank custodian and drag queen, and mother Eunice (nee Durden) who worked as a hospital administrator; Jimmy died of AIDS in 1986, several years after revealing that he was gay. O.J, his two sisters and a brother were raised by their mother following their parents’ separation in 1952, but lived in poverty.

He joined the street gang Persian Warriors when he was 14, and was arrested three times in the following two years. O.J. studied at Galileo High School, and played football for the Galileo Lions, thus finding a way to stay away from street life; he matriculated in 1965. He went on to attend City College of San Francisco, and after winning the Prune Bowl with them, O.J. transferred to the University of Southern California on a football scholarship.


He graduated in 1969 and was picked by the Buffalo Bills of the American Football League (AFL), but failed to fulfill expectations, as he averaged only 622 yards per season in his first three years. After Lou Saban became the Bills’ coach in 1971 and made O. J. the centerpiece of the team’s offense, O.J. went on to become one of the best Football players in the National Football League (NFL), as the Bills had moved from AFL to NFL; he was also presented with the NFL Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award in 1973.

He was traded to the San Francisco 49ers in 1978, and retired following the loss against the Atlanta Falcons on 16 December 1979.

O. J. had launched his acting career in the ‘70s, and appeared in the 1974 drama movie “The Klansman”, the 1976 disaster thriller movie “The Cassandra Crossing”, and the 1977 mini-series “Roots”; he continued acting following his retirement from football, and appeared in the 1987 comedy film “Back to the Beach”, as well as in all three “The Naked Gun” movies released in 1988, 1991 and 1994.

O.J. met his future second wife Nicole Brown while she was working as a waitress at a nightclub in 1977, and began an affair with her; it’s widely believed that O.J. divorced his first wife Marguerite only because of Nicole. Even though he and Nicole divorced in 1992, they still managed to reconcile in 1993, but then split again.

On 12 June 1994, Nicole and her friend Ron Goldman were found dead in front of Nicole’s condo in Los Angeles, and O.J. immediately became the lead suspect because of his history of domestic violence. After the police had found enough evidence, a warrant was issued for his arrest; O.J. stated, in an agreement with his lawyers that he would turn himself in on 17 June, but failed to do so. He was then involved in a low-speed police pursuit, his former teammate and best friend Al Cowlings driving him in his 1993 Ford Bronco SUV; the chase was broadcast live on all major TV networks, and it’s believed that close to 100 million people were watching it.


O.J.’s trial lasted for 11 months, and ended with a ‘not guilty’ verdict on 3 October 1995; following this, Ron Goldman’s family filed a civil lawsuit against O.J, and a civil jury in Santa Monica, California found him guilty of Ron Goldman’s death on 5 February 1997. He was ordered to pay $33.5 million in damages, and it’s believed that he’s been paying this off to this day.

O. J. went on to have many problems with the law, and was on 5 December 2008 sentenced to spend 33 years behind bars on charges of armed robbery and kidnapping; he was granted parole and released on 1 October 2017, while he was released from his parole on 14 December 2021.

Martha Clifford

As an Author at Net Worth Post, I guide a dedicated team in the art of revealing the stories behind the world's most influential personalities. Fueled by a relentless curiosity and a knack for uncovering hidden stories, I immerse myself in the intricacies of our subjects' lives, weaving together accurate data and compelling narratives. My involvement spans the entire editorial process, from the seed of research to the final flourish of publication, ensuring that every article not only educates but also captivates and motivates our audience.

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