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HLN’s Ryan Smith’s Fiancée Dafina Memberr

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Meet Dafina Memberr, fiancée of HLN’s Ryan Smith.

Recently, Ryan and Dafina sat down with psychologist Dr. Alduan Tartt for a marriage counseling session to make sure they have everything in order before getting married on October 6th, 2012.

Check out a snippet of the couple’s marriage counseling session below:

UPDATE: Here’s the extended version of the session below:

Dafina Memberr is the owner of Sunny’s Hair and Wigs Boutique in Atlanta, Georgia (Buckhead).

Sunny’s Hair and Wigs is the ultimate destination dedicated to changing the way you think about hair extensions, by only selling quality – 100% Remy Human Hair Extensions.

Ryan Smith is the host of HLN’s new nightly news program Evening Express, which airs weeknights, Monday – Friday from 5-7 pm ET.

Before hosting Evening Express, Smith was part of the ensemble team on HLN’s Morning Express with Robin Meade and host for InSession on the truTV network.

Smith is a graduate of Syracuse University and Columbia Law School. Before joining HLN and In Session, he was already juggling a high-profile career as an entertainment and sports lawyer with a television career.

Smith started his legal career as Director of Football Administration and Counsel for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars and went on to practice at some of the nation’s largest firms.

He started his own firm, J Ryan and Associates, and eventually became a partner at Zuber & Taillieu, LLP. He added TV to his resume as host of Animal Planet’s Underdog to Wonderdog, telling the stories of abused and abandoned animals, who found safe homes with new families.

After that, he hosted the spirited debate show “My 2 Cents” on the BET network, and then made the move to HLN and InSession.


1st Photo Credit: HLNTV.com
2nd Photo Credit: Hpnotiq.com
3rd Photo Credit: Buffalonews.com

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