Stacy Keibler is an American actress, model and former professional wrestler with a staggering estimated net worth of $4.5 million. Most famous for her appearances in World Championship Wrestling and World Wrestling Entertainment, Keibler broke through to become much more than a professional wrestler – she is a true celebrity, landing parts in such popular and acclaimed shows as “How I Met Your Mother”, “Psych”, “What About Brian” and “George Lopes”, and modelling for the covers of magazines like “Maxim” and “Stuff”. Many consider Keibler’s appearance in the second season of the ABC reality competition show “Dancing with the Stars” – where she placed third together with her partner professional dancer Tony Dovolani – to have been her true breakout role, and her fame and net worth has since been built on her career as an actress.
Stacy Keibler Net Worth $4.5 Million
Born on 14 October, 1979 in Rosedale, Maryland, Stacy Keibler had a very active childhood. When she was just three, Keibler began taking tap dancing, ballet and jazz classes, and she continued to lead a healthy lifestyle throughout her adolescence – becoming a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens football team at the age of 18. By then, Keibler had already undertaken minor parts in films like “Pecker”, written and directed by John Waters, and “Liberty Heights”, as well as small modelling jobs. Soon, Stacy Keibler decided to enter a WCW contest for the next Nitro Girl, competing alongside 300 other girls – and she won, so beginning her career and earning $10,000 in award money.
Stacy Keibler’s first appearance with the Nitro Girls received a stunning 4.4 million viewers, setting her up to continue working in the WCW. Keibler was quick to take one of the main roles within the whole of the WCW, and when it was acquired by the WWE – continued her career in professional wrestling there, going on to compete for the WWE Women’s Championship against fellow wrestling superstar Trish Stratus. Finally, in 2006, Stacy Keibler decided to take some time off from professional wrestling to appear in the ABC reality competition show “Dancing with the Stars”. After an admirable performance throughout the season, taking third place together with partner Tony Dovolani, Keibler announced she was leaving the WWE for good, instead moving on to other endeavours.
Since then, Stacy Keibler has found success as an actress and model. In 2007, she made recurring appearances in ABC’s show “What About Brian” alongside lead actor Barry Watson. Keibler continued to make guest appearances in various highly successful shows, including the CBS sitcom “How I Met Your Mother” – where she acted alongside the show regular, Neil Patrick Harris. Keibler’s other roles include an episode of the USA Network comedy-drama series “Psych”, appearing together with lead actors James Roday and Dule Hill. These continued successes have certainly contributed greatly to Keibler’s net worth, which continues to grow.
How rich is Stacy Keibler? Current estimates place Keibler’s net worth at an astonishing $4.5 million. Mostly, Keibler owes her net worth to her successful career as an actress and professional wrestler. With her wealth, Keibler leads a comfortable and fit life, owning a beautiful car – her Lexus RX1.
Currently, Stacy Keibler lives married to the CEO of “Future Ads”, Jared Pobre, and they are expecting a daughter. For several years before their relationship and marriage, Keibler had dated famous actor George Clooney – however, the two broke off their relationship in 2013.
Stacy was a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader from 1998 to 1999.
Before wrestling, Stacy was also an actress, model and worked in physical therapy.
Attended College at Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Before she was hired by WCW, was a Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader.
Majored in Mass Communications.
Lives in Baltimore.
Was given the title of Miss Hancock and started playing a major role in WCW Television programming.
WCW recognized her potential and took her out of the Nitro Girls. [December 1999]
Her famous long legs
Entered ring wearing hair in a bun and glasses, before taking them off to start the match
Wrestled in her bare feet
I started dancing when I was young, and I was a dancer my whole life until I got to high school and got into cheerleading. When I was dancing I would dance three times a week and compete on the weekends, and all I did was dance. I would tell my parents that I didn't want to dance and wanted to play other sports like soccer. My mom always said "No, you're going to break your legs, you have to keep dancing." I always complained about it, and now my mom is like, "Oh, so now see where dancing has gotten you." I also won a dance competition to become a Nitro Girl for WCW. And now who knows what will happen because I'll be in a dance competition on national television. So, I have to thank my parents for pushing me into dancing when I was growing up. I'm not only going to do this for myself, but I want to do this for every WWE fan out there.
I love Baltimore because it is such a diverse city with a lot of history. Not only can you experience all four seasons, but you can explore many different cultures and cuisines as well. Its nickname, "charm city," holds true for the many attractions it has to offer.
I would like to have a family someday, and I can't wait to be a stay-at-home mom.
Well, for the majority of our signings, the ladies come out for the hot young guys - the Randy Ortons. They're like the Beatles to these girls. But when they come for me, they tell me I'm their idol. I can't believe that.
I don't do much in my bedroom besides sleep. I walk in and pass out.
I believed in Santa Claus until I was much older than the average kid. One year, my mom wrote 'Merry Christmas, Stacy' on a chalkboard and told me it was written by Santa. I was like, 'Oh my God, he knows my name!' I truly believed. Then a kid ruined it for me one day and told me there was no Santa, and I came home crying. The sad part was that the girl who told me was younger than I was.
"I love performing in front of a live audience. I dont get nervous at all. I'd rather perform in a huge arena than in front of a handful of people".