BioShe has German ancestry and speaks fluent German.
At the age of three, Stacy Keibler took dance lessons. She went to The Catholic High School of Baltimore, an all-girls school and attended Towson University on a partial scholarship. (She boasted a 3.7 GPA.)
When she was eighteen, Stacy Keibler landed a job as a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens. In 1999, Keibler entered a contest held by World Championship Wrestling to find a new member of its Nitro Girls dance troupe. She beat out 300 other girls for a spot and performed dance routines every week on the show "Monday Nitro" under the name Skye. By 2000, Stacy Keibler was going to school full-time, cheering for the Ravens and working as a Nitro Girl.
Stacy continued her reign with wrestling becoming a valet, and made her in-ring debut at the "Bash at the Beach." She got into several scripted "feuds" while managing the Dudley Boyz, Test and Scott Steiner. Her aliases have included Super Stacy, Miss Hancock and Nitro Girl Skye. Even though the stories were fake, Stacy Keibler broke her nose twice, had her ribs cracked and suffered a hip pointer. Even so, she said the wounds were "nothing major. I watched people get their necks broken and their backs broken while I was there" (the-trades.com).
Stacy also landed small parts in films like "Pecker," "Liberty Heights and Bubble Boy," and appeared in a commercial with Carrot Top, as well as several episodes of "Samurai Girl."
Stacy Keibler left WWE to appear on "Dancing with the Stars." She reached the season finale, only to finish third. Italian judge Bruno Tonioli was so taken with her he called Keibler a "Weapon of Mass Seduction."
Stacy told Esquire, "It's almost like my career has been [based on voting]. I won a dancing contest to get into wrestling. That involved fans voting. And then on 'Dancing with the Stars,' fans were voting. I just have really great fans that actually vote. Thank God, or I wouldn't have a career. I'll take on anybody on a competition that's on the Internet."
She has appeared on a variety of television shows, including "What About Brian," "October Road," "How I Met Your Mother," and "Psych." She has modeled in Maxim and Stuff.
Stacy Keibler said, "I love a good challenge, and I am so lucky to have had all these different experiences. Who knows what's next."