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Stacy Keibler BiographyStacy Keibler was born in Baltimore, Maryland. She began dancing when she was three years old and has a background in ballet, tap and jazz. Stacy went to school in Baltimore and was also one of Baltimore's first "Raven Cheerleaders". Keibler danced her way into America's heart on the hit ABC show "Dancing with the Stars," where she received the highest score from the judges. She has been named one of People magazine's "Most Beautiful." She received a Style Icon Award from Us Weekly and is a regular on Maxim Magazines "Hot 100" list. Executives at ABC were so impressed with Stacy's talent, they were quick to offer her a talent deal. She had recurring roles on ABC's "George Lopez Show" and 7 episodes on "What About Brian," where she played the love interest of Brian. She can most recently be seen in the 20th Century FOX feature, The Comebacks. When you look at Stacy Keibler, the first thing you may notice are her legs. And rightfully so, they are 42 inches long each. But there is so much more to this one-time Baltimore Ravens cheerleader. Stacy actually began her acting career at a very early age. She was only 5 years old when she got her SAG card. After entering a contest and beating out thousands of other girls for $10,000 and a chance to be the new "Nitro Girl" for World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Stacy's career took off. The "Nitro Girls" danced for thousands of people live and millions who tuned in every Monday night. A month later, Stacy was asked to become a regular on the show. In addition to her TV and film exposure, Stacy has graced the covers and pages of numerous magazines including: the covers of Vegas, TV Guide, Stuff (one of it's highest selling issues of all time), Salon City, and Beverly Hills 213, as well as features in Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Elle Girl, LA Times, Parade, Maxim (UK), Daily Star, The Look, Fitness, and a regular in Entertainment Weekly, People, Us Weekly, The Look, OK, Life & Style, and the list keeps growing.
TriviaWCW recognized her potential and took her out of the Nitro Girls. [December 1999] Lives in Baltimore. Before she was hired by WCW, was a Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader. Before wrestling, Stacy was also an actress, model and worked in physical therapy. Was part of a storyline in WCW that involved her "marrying" David Fliehr. Ironically, her later boyfriend, Test was also involved in a "marriage" storyline in WWE with Stephanie McMahon. Featured on a trading card when she was a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader. Her famous legs are 42 inches long. Stacy signed with the WWF, after they bought World Championship Wrestling. In the movie Bubble Boy (2001), she played a mud wrestler along with then WCW co-worker Melinda McCallum (aka Midajah O'Hearn). Parents are Gary & Patricia Keibler. Her worst injuries from wrestling have included two broken noses, broken ribs and a strained hip flexor. Favorite actor is Tom Hanks. Favorite WWE Diva is Torrie Wilson. Stacy was trained by "Madusa" Debra Miceli. Has done, ballet, tap, jazz, and gymnastics. Wrestlers she has managed: Billy & Chuck, Los Fabulosos, El Dandy, Silver King, Lenny & Lodi, David Flair, Shawn Stasiak, The Dudley Boyz, Test, Scott Steiner, The Hurricane & Rosey. Had seizure on May 15, 2006, taken to a hospital in New York City, appropriate tests were performed and was released from the hospital. Was the August 2007 entry in Stuff magazine's 2006-2007 pin up calendar. Ranked #89 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2008 list. Earned her SAG card when she was only 8 years old and is still a member today. Debuted on the 95th Episode of "WWF SmackDown!" (1999) on June 14, 2001, in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, and was accompanied by Shane McMahon. Traned by Debra Miceli and David Finlay. Was voted Miss Congeniality in High School.
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