Kelly Siegler Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Daughters, Cold Case, Net Worth

Kelly Siegler Biography

From Blessing, Texas, Kelly Siegler is a former Harris County, State of Texas prosecutor, best known as a prosecutor on the reality TV show, “Cold Case”

Kelly Siegler Age

Siegler was born on October 12, 1962.

Kelly Siegler Family

Siegler is the daughter of Billy and Evelyn Jalufka. She is the second child of three siblings. She has an older brother named Blly Jr. and a younger sister known as Lea.

Siegler’s father, Billy was a barbershop owner and he also worked as a Justice of the Peace a position he held for two terms.

Her parents divorced when she was 13 years old. Later a the age of 37 years in 1999, Siegler lost her mother to cancer. Her father also died in 2019.

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Kelly Siegler Husband

Siegler is married to her husband Lewis Siegler. Her husband is a doctor and he works as a primary care physician. It is not known when the couple got married or how they met.


The couple is blessed with two children; both girls named Samantha and Kelly. There is no more information about her daughter’s life. we will provide the information as soon as it is available.

Kelly Siegler Net worth

Siegler has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.

Kelly Siegler Career

Siegler began her career as a prosecutor at Harris County. She was in charge of special crimes. Some of the divisions she worked with ar; Major Offenders, Identity Theft, Consumer Fraud, and Major Fraud. She worked there for 22 years. She retired in the year 2008.

Kelly Siegler Cold Justice

Siegler is cast on a reality true-crime series, The series Siegler and a team of investigators as they re-open unsolved murder cases with the consent and assistance of local law enforcement.

One of the cases she solved that stands out is the case of Susan Wright who was accused of stabbing her husband 193 times and claimed that it was self-defense.

In order to prove to the Jury that Susan Wright murdered her husband, Siegler brought a bed to the courthouse and demonstrated the whole murder scene to the Jury. Susan was found guilty and sentenced to 25 years in prison.



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