Oct. 14th, 1979
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Stacy Keibler's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2009 - WWE: Allied Powers - The World's Greatest Tag Teams
2007 - The Comebacks
2001 - Bubble Boy
1998 - Pecker
Guest TV Roles
Captain Victoria Dunwoody
Herself - Guest
Herself - Guest Judge
Although her career spans over two decades, Stacy Keibler continues to be the fresh-faced beauty that both film and television audiences adore. Stacy 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". She began her career as a model at the age of 6. Shortly thereafter, she was cast in national commercials, which led her to join AFTRA and SAG before the age of 10. Though still young, Keibler began building an impressive resume in both film and television. Her film credits include the box office successes The Firm (1993) with Tom Cruise and Gene Hackman, The Pelican Brief (1993) alongside Julia Roberts (I) and Denzel Washington, and True Lies (1994) with Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Added to Keibler's list of film roles is The Comebacks (2007), a 20th Century FOX feature she recently appeared in alongside comedian David Koechner.
When she competed on "Dancing with the Stars" (2005/I), Keibler's skills and popularity landed her among the final three contestants. Impressing not only the audience but also ABC executives, she was quickly offered a network talent deal. This has led to recurring roles on ABC's "George Lopez" (2002) and "What About Brian" (2006), where she played the love interest of the lead character "Brian", and the villain in the ABC Family mini-series "Samurai Girl" (2008). Keibler also appeared on the drama "October Road." (2007). Next up for Keibler is a reoccurring role on the ABC comedy "In the Motherhood" (2009), starring Cheryl Hines and Megan Mullally.
Prior to her stint on "Dancing with the Stars" (2005/I), Keibler, a former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, auditioned for the chance to be the new "Nitro Girl" for World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Keibler wowed both fans and executives and went on to win the National Search. Shortly thereafter, WCW was acquired by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Keibler's skills impressed the creators of the program so much that she was the only female brought over to the new company, where she immediately became a regular on the longest running live program in television history.
A model of peak physical fitness, Keibler has graced the covers of numerous magazines including Shape, Vegas, TV Guide, Maxim, FHM Australia, Muscle & Fitness, 6 Degrees, and Beverly Hills 213. She has been featured in Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Elle Girl, LA Times, Parade, Maxim (UK), and Fitness. She regularly appears in Entertainment Weekly, People, Us Weekly, The Look, OK, and Life & Style. The issue of Stuff featuring Stacy Keibler on the cover was one of the magazines highest selling issues of all time.
Stacy Keibler currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
- Featured on a trading card when she was a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader.
- She briefly managed Lenny Lane, 'Bradley Cain' (qv), and Mexican wrestlers 'Silver King' (qv) and El Dandy while in WCW.
- Once able to leg press 405 lbs.
- Is part-owner in a minor league basketball team named "The Hollywood Fame."
- Lives in Baltimore.
- Was the August 2007 entry in Stuff magazine's 2006-2007 pin up calendar.
- Was given the title of Miss Hancock and started playing a major role in WCW Television programming.
- Wrestlers she has managed: Billy & Chuck, Los Fabulosos, El Dandy, 'Silver King' (qv), Lenny & Lodi, David Flair, Shawn Stasiak, The Dudley Boyz, Test, 'Scott Steiner (I)' (qv), The Hurricane & Rosey.