Born on October 14, 1979 in Baltimore, Maryland, Stacy Keibler began to show her skills in dancing at the tender age of 3. Keibler eagerly trained in ballet, jazz and tap dancing at the Jean Kettell Studio of Dance in Dundalk, and was a student of Catholic High and Towson University, where she received very high marks as a Mass Communication major. When she became a member of the Nitro Girls dance group in 1999, she performed on the WCW ring weekly under the pseudonym, Skye. Shortly thereafter, she worked her way up to playing more high-profile characters, eventually becoming one of the most popular and powerful faces in the WCW ring. She also made quite a mark in the WWF when she appeared on such shows as Smackdown! and Raw, where she often performed her signature table dances for the announcers and the audience alike and where she was paired with big names in the wrestling industry like Vince McMahon and Triple H. Keibler also popularized the character, Super Stacy, who was 1/3 of the superhero trio that included other female wrestlers Hurricane and Rosey.
Keibler stepped out of the WWE ring permanently in 2005 and a year later returned to television by appearing on the ABC reality series, Dancing with the Stars. The show was on its’ third season, and Keibler was paired with dancer Tony Dovolani . They were able to garner a perfect score of 30 for their Samba performance, and ultimately placed third in the competition.
Stacy Keibler was also cast in the film Bubble Boy in 2001, before she landed roles on several television shows. In 2007, she became a guest star on George Lopez and has appeared on six episodes of the series What About Brian. She later worked with director Tom Brady on the sport comedy film The Comebacks, before she got a gusest spot on October Road. In 2008, she joined the cast of the ABC Family miniseries Samurai Girl, playing the character Linda.