It is unclear if The Gambler (Jeffrey Gann) was married or not. There is no information about his wife on the internet as he loves to keep his life away from the internet.
The Gambler was best known for his time with World Championship Wrestling (WCW), under the ring name, The Gambler. He appeared with the company as a jobber to the stars between 1990 and 1999. He initially competed as Jeff Gamble during the early years of his career before developing his Gambler character.
The Gambler also briefly competed in the United States Wrestling Association, where he was a one-time World Tag Team Champion with Brickhouse Brown.
He started his professional wrestling career in 1990 by signing a contract with World Championship Wrestling. He was trained on WCW television as an enhancement talent on the November 17 episode of World Championship Wrestling, where he lost the Big Cat under the ring name, Jeff Gamble.
Gambler’s final match was on the August 21 episode of Worldwide, a loss to Johnny Attitude. He was released from his WCW contract on August 31, 1999.