|Net Worth:||$150 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Sep 24, 1976|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|
|Profession:||Wrestler, Screenwriter, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Stephanie McMahon net worth
Stephanie McMahon is an American corporate executive and former wrestling valet and wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment. Stephanie has a net worth of $150 million. That is a combined net worth with her husband since 2003, wrestler/WWE Executive Vice President Triple H, though Stephanie is responsible for the majority of the couple’s wealth thanks to her holdings in WWE’s common stock. As of this writing Stephanie owns 2.47% of the WWE. Her roughly 2.5 million shares of WWE stock at various recent times have been worth as little as $40 million and as much as $225 million.
Early Life: Stephanie McMahon was born in Hartford, Connecticut on September 24, 1976. She is a member of the world-famous McMahon family wrestling dynasty. Her father Vince McMahon is the founder, chairman and CEO of the WWE. Stephanie McMahon modeled merchandise in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) catalogs starting at age 13. She attended Boston University, earning a degree in Communications in 1998.
Professional Wrestling Career: At the suggestion of WWF writer Vince Russo, McMahon debuted in 1999 as the innocent and friendly daughter of Vince McMahon during a storyline involving Vince and The Undertaker. Their first storyline was The Undertaker stalking and abducting Stephanie at the end of the April Backlash pay-per-view, before being rescued by Stone Cold Steve Austin. She then began an on-screen relationship with wrestler Test, which led to an on-screen rivalry with her only sibling Shane McMahon that has continued over the years. She and Test were engaged during an in-ring ceremony, but during the ceremony, Triple H showed a video that revealed he had drugged McMahon and taken her to Vegas, where they were married in a drive-through ceremony. McMahon successfully defended her first WWF Women’s Championship in 2000. She left WWF for two years before returning in 2002 as the general manager of Smackdown. After losing a match to her mother Linda McMahon, Stephanie disappeared from WWF TV for two years.
Stephanie made sporadic appearances on WWF from 2005-2007, returning first as a villain in October 2005 for Raw Homecoming, where she confronted Stone Cold Steve Austin. A visibly pregnant McMahon also returned in March 2006 on an episode of “Raw,” visibly pregnant. She returned to a backstage segment in April 2007 at WrestleMania 23, visiting her father before his Battle of the Billionaires match. After his father returned to “Raw” after faking his own death, McMahon publicly revealed her father had an illegitimate child, who was on the WWE roster. She began appearing regularly on Raw in 2008 before disappearing once again. By mid 2013, she returned to regular on-air appearances in the WWE with the gimmick of a bullying owner with her husband Triple H. From 2013 to 2016, the pair acted as a power couple known as The Authority.
In 2016, Vince McMahon announced Stephanie as the commissioner of the Raw brand. She returned to Raw on the October 30, 2017 episode, confronting the Raw General Manager Kurt Angle. Upon the signing of Ronda Rousey, McMahon immediately embarked on a feud with her, leading to the tag-team match at WrestleMania 34 against Rousey and Kurt Angle and her husband Triple H. This was McMahon’s first match since SummerSlam 2014 and her first-ever WrestleMania match. Her team was defeated when she tapped out to Rousey. Following this loss, she began again only making sporadic appearances on TV.
Business Career: After graduating she began working the business side of the WWF full-time. Stephanie McMahon has played a lot of roles at World Wrestling Entertainment and was named the Chief Brand Officer in 2013 for the sports entertainment company her father owns and runs. She is the only 4th generation superstar/diva in the WWE. Stephanie McMahon’s WWE alias is “The Billionaire Princess” and during her wrestling career she was the Women’s Champion and the SmackDown General Manager. Her mother Linda McMahon retired from the WWE to become the Administrator of the Small Business Administration.
McMahon’s official job titles have been Account executive and receptionist from 1998 to 2002, Director, Creative Television from 2002 to 2006, Senior vice-president, Creative Writing from 2006 to 2007, Executive vice-president, Creative Development and Operations from 2007 to 2013, and Chief Brand Officer starting in 2013. Stephanie McMahon has won two Slammy Awards as well as the Vincent J. McMahon Legacy of Excellence Award.
Other Appearances: McMahon has appeared on a number of ESPN shows as well as “The Howard Stern Show”, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, and “Opie and Anthony”. In November 2001, she appeared on a special episode of NBC’s “The Weakest Link” where WWF personalities competed against each other for respective charities. She made it to the final two but lost to her husband Triple H. She appeared on the season fine finale of MTV’s “Punk’d.” In 2009, she appeared on Business News Network’s “The Market Morning Show.” Later that year, she appeared in an episode of Food Network’s “Dinner: Impossible.” In October 2013, she became the honorary chairperson for the Special Olympics of Connecticut. Stephanie has also appeared in dozens of WWE video games. She has also been on a celebrity edition of the CBS reality series “Undercover Boss,” and disguised herself as a new employee just starting out in the WWE business office.
Personal Life: She is married to WWE wrestler and executive Paul “Triple H” Levesque. They began dating in 2000 during their scripted romance. They got engaged on Valentine’s Day 2003 and were married in October 2003 in Sleepy Hollow, New York. After they married, Stephanie took her husband’s last name and legally changed her middle name to McMahon. The couple has three daughters: Aurora Rose Levesque (born 2006), Murphy Claire Levesque (born 2008), and Vaughn Evelyn Levesque, born in 2010.
McMahon and her husband are Republicans who contributed $2,700 to Chris Christie’s presidential campaign.