Who is Kimberly Page?

Kimberly Lynne Bacon, better known as Kimberly Page, was born on 1 January 1969 under the zodiac sign of Capricorn, in Chicago, Illinois USA. She is a 52-year-old businesswoman and former professional wrestling personality, probably best recognized for being the leader of The Nitro Girls, and the valet for Diamond Dallas Page. She is also known as an actress, who has worked on such titles as “Rat Race” and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”.

How rich is she, as of now? Kimberly Page Net Worth

As of mid-2021, Kimberly Page’s net worth is estimated at close to $1 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the sports industry as a valet for professional wrestlers, and a Nitro Girl. She has also increased her wealth through her career as a professional actress and businesswoman.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background

Kimberly spent her early years in Fort Myers, Florida, where she was raised by her parents; however, their names and professions haven’t been revealed, and it’s also unknown whether she has siblings or not.

She holds American nationality, and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Regarding her education, she attended Auburn University, from which she graduated with a degree in Public Relations and Journalism in 1990. She then furthered her education at Northwestern University, where she obtained her Master’s degree in Advertising in 1991. Thereafter, she briefly worked in the field as a public relations co-ordinator and account executive. She also worked as an aerobics instructor and waitress, before she became involved in the world of professional wrestling.

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Professional Career in World Championship Wrestling

Kimberly came to World Championship Wrestling (WCW) thanks to her ex-husband Page Falkinburg, a.k.a. Diamond Dallas Page, when she became his valet, known professionally as the Diamond Doll. In 1994, she made her debut TV appearance in “WCW Spring Stampede”; afterwards, her husband was involved in a feud with Dave Sullivan, who objected to how he treated her. Although Page won the feud, he lost Kimberly in a match to Johnny B. Badd at the 1995 WCW World War 3 pay-per-view event, and she then worked as a valet for Badd under the name Kimberly. Following Mero’s departure from the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), she valeted The Booty Man, going by the name of The Booty Babe.

Her next WCW TV appearance came in March 1997, when she rejoined Page as his valet in “WCW Uncensored”, and started feuding with the New World Order. She also posed for the 1997 edition of Playboy’s Nude Celebrities, and it was around this time that she founded a WCW dance troupe called The Nitro Girls. She was the head captain of the group, whose main goal was to dance and entertain the live fans during the commercial breaks of “Monday Nitro”. They also filmed their own pay-per-view event, which was dubbed “The Nitro Girls Swimsuit Calendar Special”, and released on home video in the summer of 1999.

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Later that year, Kimberly left the group and returned to serve as a valet for Page, but shortly afterwards she turned on him, and joined Eric Bischoff and Vince Russo’s New Blood stable, where she remained until her retirement in June 2000.

Acting Career

Following her retirement, Kimberly Page began her professional acting career on stage, performing with the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. She later moved to Los Angeles, California, and made her debut film appearance in what became a deleted scene in Jerry Zucker’s 2001 cult comedy film “Rat Race”, alongside Rowan Atkinson, Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Whoopi Goldberg. It became a commercial success, grossing over $85 million on a $48 million budget.

She then appeared in the 2003 sports film “Seabiscuits”, written and directed by Gary Ross. During the same year, she also graced the covers of magazines Iron Man and Physical. Her first starring role came in the following year, when she portrayed Sylvia Heinrich in the independent sci-fi crime drama film “The Scam Artist”, next to Diamond Dallas Page. She then played Selina Kyle, a.k.a. Catwoman in the short sci-fi action film “Grayson”, also in 2004.

It was followed by her small appearance as Carol, a woman at speed dating in Judd Apatow’s 2005 romantic comedy film “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”, alongside Steve Carell and Paul Rudd.

The film received positive reviews from critics, and was a huge box office success with more than $177 million grossed worldwide. During the same year, she also played Dragonfly in the sci-fi comedy action film “Monarch Of The Moon”, and made guest appearances as Doctor’s girlfriend in an episode of the HBO comedy series “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, and as Horatio Caine’s murdered girlfriend Rachel Turner in an episode of the CBS police procedural drama series “CSI: Miami”.

Other Business Endeavors

In 2007, Kimberly Page moved from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, Utah, where she started her career in marketing, initially working for a company that sells fine art.

Besides that, she continued to work as a host for both TV and the web, and could be seen on the Yoga For Regular Guys ads, and mobilerider.com.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Kimberly Page has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.78m), her weight is around 134lbs (61kgs), with vital statistics of 36-25-36, bra size 36D, and shoe size 9 (US). Her dress size isn’t  known.

Personal Life

Kimberly Page and Diamond Dallas Page met at his nightclub in Florida in December 1989, and became romantically involved in a relationship shortly afterwards.

After dating for almost two years, the couple exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 1 December 1991. However, they announced their separation on 3 July 2004, while their divorce was finalized in December 2005; they apparently remain on good terms.

Since then, she has kept her private life far away from the eye of the public. However, it is known that she remarried, but doesn’t have children.

She is an avid animal lover and had a cat named Spooki.

Author

Robbie is currently a reporter for TheBiography based in Santa Monica, CA. Prior to joining TheBiography in December 2020, he was an entertainment reporter in People.

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