Stacy Keibler has a net worth of $25 million as an American model, actress, and former professional wrestler. It should be mentioned, however, that her financial wealth is mostly derived from her marriage. To internet technology entrepreneur Jared Pobre. She is also well-known for being George Clooney’s ex-girlfriend.
Early Years of Stacy Keibler
Patricia and Gary Keibler gave birth to Stacy Keibler on October 14, 1979 in Rosedale, Maryland. She started taking tap, ballet, and jazz classes when she was three years old. She attended St. Clement Mary Hofbauer School. Before enrolling in an all-girls secondary school, The Catholic High School of Baltimore. She started participating in pageants at an early age. And won the Miss Maryland Pre-Teen title in 1990, followed by the National Miss Pre-Teen title in 1991. Stacy Keibler went to Towson University to study mass communication after graduating from high school. She worked part-time as a model while in school and had a few minor roles in films. While in school, she also worked as a professional cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens football team.
Career of Stacy Keibler
Keibler joined a countrywide contest conducted by World Championship Wrestling in 1999.With the hopes of becoming a new member of the Nitro Girls dance group. After getting interested in wrestling because of her boyfriend, Kris Cumberland. While still in university, Keibler won the competition and started working with the Nitro Girls on the WCW network in 2000. She continued to play more and larger on-screen roles in the WCW world during the year 2000. Further including an on-screen romance with David Flair. She started dating Flair in real life as well. Stacy Keibler made his professional wrestling debut on WCW as a result of the connection.
WCW was purchased by the World Wrestling Federation the following year. In 2001, Stacy Keibler made her WWF debut. She was recruited to the SmackDown! brand the following year, where she appeared in numerous famous storylines. After that, she quit the company to join Raw. She stayed with the company for a few years before returning to SmackDown! Keibler officially quit professional wrestling in July 2006 to pursue other possibilities, however she continued to appear on the network on an irregular basis in the years after.
Stacy Keibler worked as the fitness editor at “Stuff” magazine from 2005 until 2006. During those years, she was featured on the cover of the magazine twice. From 2005 until 2012, she was included on the “Maxim Hot 100” list every year. She participated in “Dancing with the Stars” in 2006, making it to the final episode before being ousted and finishing in third place.
In 2007, Keibler received a recurring role on “What About Brian,” which he reprised in 2008. She also appeared in “George Lopez,” “The Comebacks,” and “October Road,” among other films. Keibler has also featured in over 10 wrestling video games, including many “WWE WrestleMania” and “WWE SmackDown!” games.
Personal Experiences of Stacy Keibler
From 1992 through 1997, Keibler dated Kris Cumberland. Cumberland, a wrestling aficionado, was the one who first piqued Keibler’s interest in the sport. While both working for WCW in 2000, Keibler started dating David Flair. After the relationship ended, she began dating Andrew “Test” Martin, a WWF and WWE performer. She subsequently began dating Geoff Stults, with whom she stayed in a relationship until 2010. Stacy Keibler started dating George Clooney in July 2011 and they broke up in July 2013.
She began dating Jared Pobre later that year. Prior to their romantic relationship, the two had been friends for many years. In March of 2014, the pair got engaged and married in Mexico. They had a daughter together in August of that year. They had their second child, a male, in June of 2018, and another daughter in May of 2020.
Purchasing Real Estate
In October 2018, Jared and Stacy sold their eight-bedroom Beverly Hills property for $26.5 million to film producer Gary Gilbert. Gilbert and his brother Dan Gilbert are co-owners of the Cleveland Cavaliers basketball franchise. The mansion was purchased for $20.5 million by Jared and Stacy in 2014. Jared formerly had a $8.8 million property in Newport Beach, California, which he sold in 2014.
In addition, Jared and Stacy Keibler possessed a property in Beverly Hills, which he bought for $11 million in 2012. This property was eventually sold for $18.25 million in 2017. The Pobres once leased their home to NFL quarterback Cam Newton for many months on the condition that he not have any parties. Newton, according to the housekeepers, held multiple enormous parties that caused major damage. Newton was eventually sued for $270,000 by Jared. They sought $90,000 in damages, as well as $180,000 in lost rent and legal expenses.