• Born in West Newbury, Massachusetts with a degree in Business Management
• Net Worth of over $3 million acquired through her successful involvement in the real estate business, increased through the divorce settlement from her famous ex-husband, John Cena
• Was romantically involved with John Cena and married him in 2009 before divorcing in 2012
• Currently in a relationship with her longtime boyfriend Eli Ayoub
• Ex-husband, John Cena, is a professional wrestler and actor worth over $50 million

Who is Elizabeth Huberdeau?

Elizabeth Huberdeau was born on 29 September 1979 under the sign of Libra, in West Newbury, Massachusetts USA. She is a 41-year-old real estate agent, but probably best recognized for being the now ex-wife of famous World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star John Cena.

How rich is she, as of now? Elizabeth Huberdeau Net Worth

As of early 2021, Elizabeth Huberdeau’s net worth is over $3 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the real estate business, increased through the divorce settlement from her famous ex-husband, John Cena, whose net worth is estimated at over $50 million.

Early Life, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity

Elizabeth Huberdeau spent her early years in West Newbury, where she was probably raised by her parents; however, there is no information in the media about their names and professions. It is also unknown whether she has siblings or not. Elizabeth holds American nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group.

Educational Background and Professional Career

After completing her high school education, Elizabeth enrolled into Springfield College, Massachusetts, from which she graduated with a major in Business Management. Little is known about her professional career, except that she started as a model, reportedly involved in a few projects, but didn’t gained much recognition. Elizabeth now works as a real estate agent, and manages her own company.

Relationship with John Cena

Elizabeth Huberdeau became romantically involved in a relationship with John Cena while both still attended high school. After dating for a while, the couple took a step further and became engaged in 2008, eventually exchanging their wedding vows at a private ceremony held in Boston, Massachusetts on 11 July of the following year. They didn’t have any children because he wasn’t prepared for that due to his busy career. After three years of marriage, John filed for divorce in May 2012, finalized in that July. Although it is said that the reason for their split was a disagreement about the remodeling of their home, many believed that he cheated on Elizabeth.

Following their divorce, John quickly moved on and started dating professional wrestler Nikki Bella in the same year, even becoming engaged in 2017, but calling it off in the following year.

John Cena and Elizabeth Huberdeau

In 2019, he started a romance with Shay Shariatzadeh, and they reportedly tied the knot in October 2020. On the other hand, Elizabeth enjoys her blissful relationship with her longtime boyfriend Eli Ayoub.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Elizabeth Huberdeau has long light brown hair and green eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), while her weight is around 114lbs (52kgs). Information about her vital statistics, bra, dress and shoe sizes isn’t available.

Who is her ex-husband? John Cena Short Wiki/Bio

John Felix Anthony Cena Jr. was born on 23 April 1977 under the zodiac sign of Taurus, in West Newbury, Massachusetts USA. He was born to John Felix Anthony Cena Sr. and Carol Cena, and has four brothers named Stephen, Matt, Dan, and Sean. He is the grandson of baseball player Tony Lupien.

Educational Background

John went to Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts, but later transferred to the private prep boarding school Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. Upon matriculation, he enrolled into Springfield College, from which he graduated with a degree in Exercise Physiology and Body Movement in 1998. While in college, he played American Football for the college team.

Professional Wrestling Career

Prior to become a professional wrestler, John Cena worked as a limousine driver, and then moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue his career in bodybuilding. In 1999 he started his wrestling career, when he enrolled in Rick Bassman’s Ultimate Pro Wrestling’s (UPW) Ultimate University.

In the same year, he made his debut for UPW under the name ‘The Prototype’, and competed for them until 2001. In April 2000 he won the UPW Heavyweight Champion, then joined the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) in 2001.

As the time passed, he gained enormous popularity and became the WWE star considered as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. So far, John Cena has won 13 WWE Championships, three World Heavyweight Championships, five WWE United States Championship, and four WWE Tag Team Championships. Besides that, John Cena won the WWE Championship #1 Contender’s Tournament in 2005, and was the winner of Royal Rumble in 2008 and 2013, and Money in the Bank in 2012; he’s also won ten Slammy Awards. In addition, John Cena has headlined several major pay-per-view events for WWF/WWE, such as WrestleMania.

Acting Career Beginnings

Apart from wrestling, John Cena pursued an acting career. He made his uncredited film debut as Gym Patron in the 2000 buddy comedy film “Ready To Rumble”, thereafter making his TV debut by guest-starring as Big Tim in an episode of the reality series “Manhunt” (2001). His next role came when he played John Triton in the action comedy film “The Marine”, followed by his portrayals of Danny Fisher in the 2009 action film “12 Rounds”, and Mike Chetley in the 2010 sports drama film “Legendary. During the same year, he guest-starred as Ewan O’Hara in an episode of the USA Network detective comedy-drama series “Psych”, and voiced Hunter Cain in an episode of the Cartoon Network animated sci-fi series “Generator Rex”.

Continued Success

Thereafter, John played Dad Figglehorn in the “Fred” film series, featured as Sam Carey in the 2012 action film “The Reunion”, and voiced himself in such animated film titles as “Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery” (2014) and “The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!” (2015). Later that year, he landed the roles of Steven in the romantic comedy film “Trainwreck”, Pazuzu in the comedy film “Sisters”, and Roger in the comedy film “Daddy’s Home”, which he would reprise in its 2017 sequel, “Daddy’s Home 2”, next to Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.

In 2016, he lent his voice to Hulk in the video game “Marvel Avengers Academy”, followed by his portrayal of Matthews in the war thriller film “The Wall”, and voice over of the title character in the animated comedy-drama adventure film “Ferdinand”, both in 2017.

In the same year, he was cast as Lance Catamaran in the TV sports comedy series “Southpaw Regional Wrestling”, and reprised the role of Ewan O’Hara in the made-for-TV comedy film “Psych: The Movie”.

Recent Roles

In 2018, John starred as Mitchell in the sex comedy film “Blockers”, played Agent Burns in the “Transformers” spin-off prequel, entitled “Bumblebee”, and voiced Robo in the YouTube Premium adult animation comedy series “Dallas & Robo”, for which he also served as an executive producer. Through 2018 and 2019, he lent his voice to Baron Draxum in the animated short action series “Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”. Most recently, he landed the role of Jake ‘Supe’ Carson in the 2019 family comedy film “Playing With Fire” and provided his voice to polar bear Yoshi in the 2020 fantasy adventure film “Dolittle”.

Upcoming Projects

It’s announced that John Cena will be featured as Christopher Smith a.k.a. Peacemaker in the upcoming superhero film “The Suicide Squad”, and the upcoming TV superhero series “Peacemaker”, both of which are currently under post-production. He is also the executive producer of the latter. Besides that, John will play Jakob Toretto in the ninth main installment of the “Fast & Furious” franchise, entitled “F9”.

Music Career

John Cena has also tried himself as a rapper – in 2005 he released his debut studio album entitled “You Can’t See Me”, which was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album peaked at No. 15 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and reached No. 3 on the Top Rap Album chart. It spawned three singles, “The Time Is Now”, “Bad Bad Man”, and “Right Now”.


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