Stacy Ann-Marie Keibler is a retired professional wrestler, actress, dancer and model from America known for her work with World Wrestling Entertainment. She also appeared in the second season of ‘Dancing with The Stars’ finally occupying the third position. She started taking dancing lessons at the age of three, became a model at the age of 6, and became a member of Screen Actors Guild at the small age of 8. She became a cheerleader for Baltimore Ravens while studying at Townsend University with mass communication.
For World Championship Wrestling she competed with three hundred girls to find a place in the Nitro Girls, the dance troupe. She graced the cover of several magazines like Shape, Vegas, TV Guide, Maxi, etc. At the age of 26, she quit Wrestling to focus on her acting and modeling career. Stacy Ann-Marie Keibler is 40, born on October 14, 1979, in Rosedale, Maryland. She showed an interest in modeling and acting at a very young age.
She joined Jean Kettell Studio of Dance in Dundalk and took lessons in ballet, jazz, and tap dancing. She started performing dance routines under the name ‘Skye’ on ‘Monday Nitro’ concurrently with attending classes and cheerleading. She joined the WWE which gave her the opportunity to visit various countries, like Australia, England, and Japan. She because famous with the name of Miss Hancock among the Wrestling fans.
She appeared as a professional wrestler on WWE SmackDown in 2001 as an assistant to then-face, Shane McMahon. In 2004, she became more focused on her acting career recording a track called ‘Why Can’t We Just Dance? She wrote occasional columns, ‘Getting Fit with Stacy Keibler’ as a Fitness Editor of ‘Stuff’ magazine. In 2006, she permanently left WWE to focus on her acting career. She appeared in a documentary on the journey of a woman titled, Ballerina I’m Not.
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