Kevin Huber’s girlfriend Mindi Naticchioni is now engaged to Kevin, but that’s small potatoes when it comes to interesting news about her. Not only was this chick a successful Hollywood actress, but she is now in med school! Let me just define what constitutes a successful actress for those of you who may have high-minded ideas about acting: it’s any actor who gets paid for acting, and that’s just what Mindi was doing before she changed her mind about her career path. She was doing a lot of commercials for sweaters and Speedway and employee training videos, according to an interview she gave with Health News. Then she just told her casting agencies not to send her anything else because she was making a clean break and going into medicine.
Not only did she decide to go into medicine, but she turned down a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Southern California, and their acceptance rate is 2%! She decided to head back to the University of Cincinnati because it would cost way less and she liked Cincinnati. I believe it’s likely that Kevin Huber’s girlfriend will pursue cardiology since she seemed to be most jazzed about that when she talked about it in her interview. She was shadowing her mentor, a man by the name of Jack Rubinstein, and she said she was very interested in that particular field.
Aside from being very pretty and super smart, Mindi thinks of herself as “kind of boring” when it comes to her hobbies and free time. She says running, watching movies, and cooking. Kevin Huber’s girlfriend also has a dog that she calls “the love of her life,” and it’s a chug– a Chihuahua Pug mix named Piper. At the end of her interview with Health News, she said she was an advocate for animal rescue, and that’s worth repeating here too. To me, it seems very likely that Mindi will complete her medical training and becoming a certified cardiologist. Good lord, that would be another miracle in the land of player wives. I can’t tell you how rare it is to see a woman married to a professional athlete who is or is becoming a doctor. When you see this lady in her white coat in a few years in the cardiac ward, tell her you hope her success rate is higher than her husband’s inside-the-20 percentage rate.