'Selling the OC' Agent Brandi Marshall Is Married to a Former Professional Basketball Player

"You came into my life late in my career and you stuck by my side through the ups and downs."

Shannon Raphael - Author

May 3 2024, Updated 11:40 a.m. ET

Brandi Marshall and Sean Marshall dressed in blue at 2022 MTV Movie and TV Awards Unscripted
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Just like Selling Sunset, the spinoff series Selling the OC features agents who work at The Oppenheim Group real estate brokerage. The stars on the latter show sell properties and represent clients at the group's Newport Beach office.

Though the show features high-end luxury listings, it's also largely about the agents' work lives, and their personal lives.

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While stars like Alex Hall, Sean Palmieri, Polly Brindle, and Kayla Cardona discuss their dating woes on the show, several of the other agents at The Oppenheim Group are married — like Brandi Marshall.

As Brandi mentions on the Netflix original, she's married to a retired basketball player. Who is Brandi's husband? Read on to find out more about the Selling the OC star's personal life.

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Brandi Marshall's husband, Sean Marshall, played basketball professionally.

The Selling the OC agent is married to Sean Marshall, who played basketball professionally overseas. Brandi and Sean wed in 2015. After graduating from Boston College (his roommate was late college baseball player and ALS Ice Bucket Challenge champion, Pete Frates), Sean played in professional leagues in Turkey, Greece, France, and Germany.

The small forward then spent some time playing in the G-League, which is a minor league basketball organization for the NBA. He played for the Sioux Falls Skyforce for the 2010 season before he returned to Turkey — and then to France — for another season each.

After playing two more seasons on various teams in Turkey and spending one season in Dubai, Sean was briefly on the roster for the Westchester Knicks. He then played in Germany and in France again.

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In 2016, Sean signed on for another season in Turkey with the Eskişehir Basket team.

Sean officially retired from the sport in 2020 after 13 years of playing professionally. He announced the news on his public Instagram feed.

"I can honestly say that I am ready to move on from playing the game of basketball..." Sean wrote in part of his statement on Sept. 21, 2020, before he thanked his wife for her support. "You came into my life late in my career and you stuck by my side through the ups and downs. I couldn't thank you and the kids enough for being my inspiration."

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In Season 3 of Selling the OC, Brandi mentioned that Sean had gotten a new job where he trains athletes to go pro. Based on his Instagram bio, he is a co-owner of Pro's Vision Basketball and is also a coach at Pro's Vision AAU sports club.

Selling the OC agent Brandi Marshall's daughter Autumn and son SJ
Source: Instagram/@shesbrandimarshall; Instagram/@seanmarshall007

Brandi with daughter Autumn (left); son SJ (right)

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Brandi Marshall and her husband are the parents of two kids.

As Sean referenced in his retirement announcement, he has children with Brandi. The spouses share a daughter named Autumn and a son named SJ (Sean Jr.) together.

According to her bio on The Oppenheim Group's official website, Brandi's husband and kids are "at the heart of [her] life, and she takes immense pride in being a dedicated wife and Girl Scout mom."

Brandi and Sean both occasionally share photos of their kids on their respective Instagram feeds as well.

Seasons 1–3 of Selling the OC are currently available to stream on Netflix.

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