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Also Known As: Died:
Born: October 14, 1979 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Baltimore, Maryland, USA Profession: wrestler, actress

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Initially known as one of the most popular female stars in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), athlete-model-actress Stacy Keibler later surprised mainstream television audiences with a breakout performance on the dance floor. A former cheerleader for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens, she auditioned for and won a spot as a Nitro Girl in 1999 and quickly became a fan favorite as part of the dance troupe seen on "WCW Monday Nitro" (TNT, 1995-2001). Taking the stage name Miss Hancock, Keibler soon stepped into the ring herself and continued her rise in the wrestling ranks with her high-kicking moves and girl-next-door persona. She surprised many, however, when she broke away from the rough and tumble world of pro wrestling to compete on the popular dance show "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC, 2005- ), where she consistently garnered high scores from the judges and a growing fanbase who lived for her long-legged foxtrot each week. Looking to take the next step in her randomly progressing career, Keibler took a shot at acting with a recurring role on the short-lived series "What About Brian" (ABC, 2006-07) and the gridiron parody "The Comebacks" (2007). Although she continued to make semi-regular appearances on a...

Initially known as one of the most popular female stars in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), athlete-model-actress Stacy Keibler later surprised mainstream television audiences with a breakout performance on the dance floor. A former cheerleader for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens, she auditioned for and won a spot as a Nitro Girl in 1999 and quickly became a fan favorite as part of the dance troupe seen on "WCW Monday Nitro" (TNT, 1995-2001). Taking the stage name Miss Hancock, Keibler soon stepped into the ring herself and continued her rise in the wrestling ranks with her high-kicking moves and girl-next-door persona. She surprised many, however, when she broke away from the rough and tumble world of pro wrestling to compete on the popular dance show "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC, 2005- ), where she consistently garnered high scores from the judges and a growing fanbase who lived for her long-legged foxtrot each week. Looking to take the next step in her randomly progressing career, Keibler took a shot at acting with a recurring role on the short-lived series "What About Brian" (ABC, 2006-07) and the gridiron parody "The Comebacks" (2007). Although she continued to make semi-regular appearances on a variety of popular series, Keibler attracted more attention than ever - especially from the paparazzi - when she began dating Hollywood's most eligible bachelor George Clooney in 2011. Inarguably a long-legged beauty, Keibler's broader appeal resided with her down-to-earth personality and a willingness to take risks.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Comebacks, The (2007)
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 Bubble Boy (2001) Working Girl
4.
 WWF Divas (2002)
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Landed a job as a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens football team
1998:
Made film debut in John Waters' "Pecker"
1999:
Entered and won the WCW Nitro Girl Search; used the stage names "Skye," a member of the Nitro Girls, and "Ms. Hancock," a secretary
2001:
Contract retained when the WCW was purchased by the WWF, making her a WWF (WWE) employee
2006:
Joined the second season of ABC's reality competition series "Dancing With The Stars"
2006:
Signed a talent holding deal with Disney¿s Touchstone TV studio
2007:
Landed a recurring role on ABC dramedy "What About Brian"
2010:
Cast in a recurring role on NBC's "Chuck"
2011:
Cast in the Hallmark Channel TV-movie "Fixing Pete"
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Education

Towson University: Baltimore , Maryland -

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