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Dawn Marie Psaltis was born on 3 November, 1970 in Rahway, New Jersey, United States, is an American model, professional wrestler and valet.

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Age50 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born3 November 1970
Birthday3 November
BirthplaceRahway, New Jersey, United States
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Who Is Dawn Marie Psaltis’s Husband?

Her husband is Matthew DaMatta (m. 2005)

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Dawn Marie Psaltis Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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On April 10th, 2020, Psaltis tweeted that she was working the front lines as a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic.


In July 2009, Psaltis signed with Dragon Gate USA as the “Live Event Hostess”, a role similar to that of the ring announcer. Marie made appearance for UWE at their pay-per-view Meltdown’, on July 21, 2012, managing Kevin Murphy and Richie Nightmare against “The Thrill Seeker” Sage Strong and The Mercenary whom was managed by Tommy Dreamer.


On the March 6, 2010 episode of Women Superstars Uncensored, Marie was inducted into “Women Superstars Uncensored” Hall of Fame by Alicia.


On March 8, 2008, Marie made her debut for Women Superstars Uncensored as a special guest referee for match between Alexa Thatcher and Cindy Rogers versus Nikki Roxx and Alere Little Feather. Marie made her in-ring debut on the March 22, 2008 episode of Women Superstars Uncensored, competing in the WSU/NWS J-Cup Tournament and being managed by the villainous Tammy Lynn Sytch, but losing to Becky Bayless in the first round. On the June 21 episode of Women Superstars Uncensored, Marie was defeated by Becky Bayless following the match it was then turned in a tag team match where she teamed up with Portia Perez in a winning effort defeating Bayless and Angelina Love. On the August 23, 2008 episode of Women Superstars Uncensored, Marie’s final match was where she competed in a no-contest with Trixie Lynn, Marie was scheduled to face Becky Bayless but was changed due to Bayless being signed to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.


Psaltis then joined WWE, where her most notable feud involved her marrying Al Wilson, the real life father of her rival Torrie Wilson. She was released from her WWE contract in 2005 after revealing that she was pregnant, which resulted in her filing a lawsuit against her former employers.

At the No Way Out pay-per-view, on February 20, 2005, Dawn Marie entered a feud with Michelle McCool after McCool attacked Marie during the Divas Contest where Marie and Torrie Wilson co-hosted the contest. On the March 3 episode of Smackdown!, Marie teamed up with Rene Dupree in losing effort to Big Show and McCool in a mixed tag team match. On the March 24 episode of Smackdown!, Dawn Marie pinned McCool by using the ropes for leverage. On the April 14 episode of Smackdown!, Dawn Marie was defeated by Torrie in a Divas Match, this would turn out to be Marie’s last match.

Her last appearance with the company was at ECW One Night Stand, managing Lance Storm for his match against Chris Jericho. Afterward, she was released from her WWE contract on July 6, 2005 while on maternity leave, as she was pregnant.

On November 5, 2005, a visibly pregnant Psaltis appeared at the ECW reunion event Hardcore Homecoming: November Reign, which is unaffiliated with World Wrestling Entertainment, holding the key for the main event steel cage match between Jerry Lynn and Justin Credible. The match was won by Justin Credible after Psaltis, Jason Knight, and Lance Storm interfered on his behalf. In June 2006, she managed Johnny Candido in a match for the National Wrestling Superstars promotion.

Later, Psaltis met a man named Matthew, whom she married in June 2005 in Las Vegas. In December 2005, Psaltis gave birth to her first child, a boy named Matthew. In January 2006, she filed a complaint against WWE with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, claiming that her contract had been wrongfully terminated as a result of her pregnancy and that she had suffered mental duress as a result of the release. The case was reportedly settled in late 2007. Psaltis gave birth to her second child, a girl named Katelyn Marie in May 2009.


In May 2004, Psaltis began a second feud with Wilson. As part of the feud, the two had a match with Wilson’s career on the line when the SmackDown! General Manager at the time, Kurt Angle, made the stipulation for the match at Judgment Day, which Wilson won.


In April 2002, Psaltis began negotiating with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), eventually agreeing to a deal. She made her World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) television debut on the May 30 episode of SmackDown! as Vince McMahon’s legal assistant. She debuted with the name “Dawn Marie Rinaldi” although it was quickly shortened to the original “Dawn Marie”. In her initial storyline, she briefly feuded with Stacy Keibler over McMahon’s affections until McMahon turned over the General Management position to his daughter, Stephanie McMahon, which was followed shortly by Keibler’s departure for the RAW brand. On Smackdown on March 13, 2003 Dawn Marie flashed the crowd, unbuttoning her outfit and opening it completely. Numerous YouTube videos were made of this episode.

Psaltis would begin a controversial feud with Torrie Wilson in 2002. On the October 17 episode of Smackdown!, Marie picked up her first victory when she teamed up with Matt Hardy to defeat Rikishi and Torrie Wilson. In the angle, Psaltis developed a relationship with Wilson’s real-life father Al Wilson. On the edition of November 7 of Smackdown!, Psaltis became engaged to Al. In December, Psaltis would attempt to bribe Wilson by inviting her to a hotel one night; if she arrived, she would break off the engagement. Footage of the event would later be shown at the Armageddon pay-per-view. Despite this, as part of the angle, the couple remained engaged, and the two got married on the January 2, 2003 episode of Smackdown!. Al then, in storyline, died from a heart attack after having rigorous sex numerous times in succession on their honeymoon. In response, Wilson defeated Psaltis at No Mercy in October. She defeated Psaltis again at the Royal Rumble in 2003 in what was billed as a Stepmother vs. Stepdaughter match.


Before entering the sports entertainment industry, Psaltis made her living in real estate. After deciding to pursue a career in modeling or acting, Psaltis began managing wrestlers on the independent circuit after meeting a wrestling promoter. She signed a deal with ECW after what was supposed to be a three-week stint. She managed The Impact Players and Simon and Swinger until ECW’s bankruptcy in 2001.

Following the bankruptcy of ECW, Psaltis returned to the independent circuit, managing Diamond. The duo made several appearances alongside Swinger with the short lived X Wrestling Federation in November 2001. During her time on the independent circuit, she trained as a wrestler under Simon Diamond and Mikey Whipwreck. Also in 2001, Psaltis worked as a stock trader, and in 2002, she co-hosted a syndicated wrestling radio show known as the “Piledriver Rock and Wrestling Radio Show”.


After Storm departed ECW, Psaltis became a color commentator on ECW pay-per-views and the television series ECW on TNN. On December 3, 2000 at the Massacre on 34th Street pay-per-view, as part of a new angle, she announced that she would become the manager of the winner of the opening match pitting Simon Diamond and Swinger against Christian York and Joey Matthews. Although York and Matthews won the bout, Psaltis opted to join forces with Diamond and Swinger, whom she managed until ECW declared bankruptcy in April 2001.


Storm and Psaltis feuded with Candido and Sytch for several months, during which time Psaltis was renamed “Tammy Lynn Bytch” to spite Candido and his manager. After the respective feuds ended, she used the ring name “Dawn Marie Bytch,” which was eventually shortened to simply Dawn Marie. After Storm formed a tag team with Justin Credible known as the Impact Players in the summer of 1999, she managed both men, helping them win the ECW Tag Team Championship on two occasions. Psaltis continued to manage Storm until he left ECW for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in May 2000. Psaltis was also offered a contract by WCW, but declined to leave ECW in order to remain with her fiancé, ECW wrestler Simon Diamond. She also had two years left on her ECW contract.

Psaltis starred in The Vampire Carmilla, a 1999 independent film. In 2008, she appeared in the second installment of Paul Heyman’s The Heyman Hustle video blog, which featured her and Heyman on the streets of New York City in winter, with Psaltis wearing only a bikini under a fur coat. She then went on to tell Heyman that she feels like a woman and started giving a homeless person a handjob while whistling “Zippty Doo Dah”. Psaltis appears as a playable character in the games ECW Hardcore Revolution, ECW Anarchy Rulz and WWE WrestleMania XIX.


In 1998, Psaltis was informed that Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) employee Buh Buh Ray Dudley was interested in bringing her into ECW. At the behest of Dudley, Psaltis traveled to the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where ECW promoter Paul Heyman told her that he would book her for several appearances in an angle with Lance Storm. She debuted in ECW on August 28, 1998 as the manager of Storm, feuding with Chris Candido and his manager, Tammy Lynn Sytch. Although she was only supposed to have a three-week role in the company, Heyman was impressed by the chemistry between Psaltis and Storm and offered her a contract, which she accepted. Psaltis created her character to be in love with Storm and clumsy rather than glamorous.

Psaltis began dating Simon Diamond in October 1998. Before dating, the two had been good friends for almost two years. They had planned to be married by the end of 2000 or into 2001. They did not wed, but stayed engaged for several years afterwards. After seven years together, their relationship had come to an end.


While signing modeling posters for Jonathan Gold, a talent agent and professional wrestling promoter, Psaltis jokingly told Gold that she would be interested in pursuing a career in wrestling. Gold took her comment at face value and later contacted Psaltis, informing her that she was scheduled to appear at a wrestling show in New Jersey. With some trepidation, she went to the show and managed Tony Atlas in his match against Jimmy Snuka. Psaltis made her professional wrestling debut in January 1995. She met her future fiancé Simon Diamond during her time in the independent wrestling promotions. She also met Buddy Landell and Devon Storm, both of whom helped train her. Psaltis spent four years working on the northeastern independent circuit, appearing with promotions such as Maryland Championship Wrestling and the Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation.


Dawn Marie Psaltis (born November 3, 1970) is an American actress, retired professional wrestler and professional wrestling valet. She is perhaps best known for her appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) and the SmackDown! brand of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) under her ring name Dawn Marie.