The Truth About Jessica Alba's Husband, Cash Warren

Jessica Alba is well-known for acting and as the founder of The Honest Company. Alba's husband, Cash Warren, might not be a household name, but the 43-year-old is everything to his wife. In 2011, she told Us Weekly, "I don't know what I'd do without him there. And he's so good with the kids. We're really happy."

Alba and Warren met on the set of "Fantastic Four" in 2004, Us Weekly reported. Alba starred as Susan Storm, and he was a production assistant. But the movie star seemed to know there was something special about Warren. In a 2005 Cosmopolitan interview, Alba confessed, "He might be 'The One.'" The actor was 23 when she told the outlet about her future husband. "I was actually attracted to his spirit and mind before it went to a physical place. We're both old people in young people's bodies," she shared.

The couple wed at city hall a month before welcoming their daughter Honor, who is now 13. They added to the family with daughter Haven in 2011 and son Hayes in 2017. The adorable duo is just as happy as when they tied the knot. In 2019, Warren gushed (and joked) in a post to his wife writing on Instagram, "15 years later, you still take my breath away...I guess I'm out of shape. You're my favorite. Love you!!!" Here's what else to know about Alba's husband, who seems very sweet.

Cash Warren is a successful film producer and entrepreneur

Jessica Alba's Honest Company went public in 2021, it gave her a net worth of $100 million, per Celebrity Net Worth. But Alba's husband, Cash Warren, is a successful film producer and entrepreneur in his own right. According to Money Inc, the father-of-three built a net worth of $50 million over the past 10 years through documentary-style film projects and business. Warren was nominated for an Emmy for the documentary "Bloods and Crips: Made in America."

In addition to his film work, Warren co-founded the Pair of Thieves, a company that makes socks, underwear, and t-shirts. The clothing brand gives a portion of every sale to organizations that promote mental health and help unhoused teens and LGBTQ+ youth. Warren and two friends started Pair of Thieves in 2014. "All the dress socks for men were this really thin nylon dress sock that I always hated," he told Net Suite. "I wanted a sock that was comfortable, but one that I could also dress up in for a nice occasion or to go to work." The company is booming with products in Target.

Warren has focused on his career, but still puts his wife and family first. In 2019, he posted a photo with his wife on Instagram and wrote, "11 years and 3 kids later, we're still learning, growing, giggling and loving ... here's to a lifetime of pushing each other to be the best versions of ourselves and catching each other when we fall."

Jessica Alba and Cash Warren struggled early in their marriage

Jessica Alba and Cash Warren have been married for 14 years, and their bond is stronger than ever. A source close to the couple told Us Weekly, "Jessica and Cash are so happy now, but it's no secret they struggled at various points — early on in the marriage, especially. He had a tough time with the whole 'Mr. Alba' schtick." The insider added, "[But she] has always believed in him and stood by his side through thick and thin."

The inside source said Alba "leans on Cash a lot when she's making big decisions," and Warren is a "great dad, a supportive husband." The father-of-three talked to about balancing work and being a dad. Warren said, "Kids need your undivided attention, and they don't understand why you need to go to work. They don't get that, so it's about making sure that they feel that love and support." But being married for 14 years is like 100 years in Hollywood, so how does the couple keep their relationship strong?

In a 2014 interview with Parade, Alba revealed her thoughts on their successful marriage. She told the outlet that she and Warren aren't "petty with each other," but the Honest Company founder said one of the biggest secrets of their marriage is that they make time for date night every week. "I think you have to," Alba told Parade. "I think that's essential."