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Trish Stratus Net worth Net Worth:
|Birth date:||December 18, 1975|
|Birth place:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Profession:||TV Personality, Fitness professional, Actor, Model, Professional Wrestler|
|Children:||Maximus Stratus Fisico|
|Parents:||John Stratigias, Alice Stratigias|
|Awards:||WWE Hall of Fame|
|Nominations:||Geminis' Hottest Star|
|Movies:||Gridlocked, Bail Enforcers, Taboo Tuesday (2005), New Year's Revolution (2006), WWE: Insurrextion 2003, WWE: Armageddon 2002, WWE: New Year's Revolution, WWE: Unforgiven 2006|
|TV shows:||WWE Tough Enough, The Second City's Next Comedy Legend, Armed & Famous, Saturday Night's Main Event, VGX Award Show|
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Trish Stratus Net worth $25 Million
Trish Stratus is the stage name of a retired professional wrestler, former fitness model, fitness guru, actress and television personality who has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. Born Patricia Anne Stratigias on December 18, 1975 in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, she studied biology and kinesiology at York University, where she also played soccer and field hockey. Trish began her professional career as a secretary at a nearby health club. Patricia was later approached by the publisher of Muscle Mag International to do a test shoot for the magazine, and afterwards appeared on the cover of the May 1998 issue. She subsequently signed a contract after that and appeared on several magazine covers for another six months. She additionally joined Big Daddy Donnie & Jeff Marek as the third host of Live Audio Wrestling on Toronto Sports Radio. In 2000, Trish Stratus began wrestling for the WWF/WWE where she appeared as a “heel.” She’s managed several “heel” wrestlers and also appeared in the ring herself four months after her advent. Trish retired as a professional wrestler on September 17, 2006 after winning her seventh WWE Women’s Championship, establishing the record of the most wins in the history of wrestling. After her retirement, Trish served as the spokesperson of the World Natural Sports Association, and has appeared in a number of reality shows and films. Trish was also a trainer in 2011 for WWE Tough Enough and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2003.