Who is Kim Marie Kessler?
Kim Marie Kessler was born in New York City, USA, apparently on April 1, 1985, her zodiac sign would be Aries and she is of American nationality. She is an American socialitewho is perhaps best known as the wife of American professional wrestler and actor Randy Orton.
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Early life and education
Kim was raised in New York City along with her siblings by their parents who were both businessmen – the family was quite wealthy when Kim was growing up.
She attended a local elementary school where she started dreaming of becoming an actress or model – most of her peers shared the same dream.
Kim became physically active during her final years of elementary school and then started playing soccer and volleyball at a local high school. After admission, she decided not to enroll in a university but to rather focus on other things in life.
Kim has not shared any details about her career with the public and many people believe that she has not worked a day in her life.
As of today, she focuses on staying at home and raising her children.
Love life and marriage with Randy Orton
Kim met Randy Orton at a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) event, which he was a big fan of even before, and had several of his photos at her home.
It was Randy who approached Kimand later stated in an interview how nervous he was when he started talking to her, because of how beautiful she was.
At the time, Randy was married to his first wife Samantha Speno who was a gymnastics instructor, he started dating Kim in 2012 after their divorce. Kim was also previously married and has three sons from that marriage, but has not disclosed the name of her former husband. Randy has a daughter Alanna Marie Orton with Samantha. In July 2015, while on vacation in Bora Bora, Randy asked Kim to marry him, and the ceremony was organized on November 14, 2015 in the presence of their wide circle of friends and relatives – Kim and Randy welcomed their daughter Brooklyn Rose Orton on Nov 22, 2016.
Randy Orton and Kim Marie Kessler show their love for each other after their “I do’s,” but it seems the kids weren’t that interested. lol 😆#TheViper #RKO #WWE
As of November 2020, Kim is married to her second husband Randy Orton and has four biological children, one of whom is with Randy.
Not long after the two got married, many people on the internet started accusing Kim of being a gold digger, while she and Randy were also stalked by a woman known as Kayla Gomez – after Kim and Randy joined forces, they called Kayla. on the internet her nickname ‘Ms. piggy’.
It was soon revealed that Kayla had previously stalked Randy when she posted a photo to the internet with him outside his gym – both Randy and Kim have blocked Kayla from their social media accounts, but she continues to create accounts and comment on their photos.
Hobbies and other interests
Kim is a huge animal lover and while on vacation with Randy in Bora Bora, the two rescued a dog they named Spike, and he’s been with them ever since.
She is a fan of travel and has been all over the US with her husband to keep him company during his matches while the two have also been to several European countries together such as Italy and France.
Kim is quite active physically and has several workouts at the gym every week, so her body is fit.
In her spare time, she enjoys watching movies with some of her favorite actresses Julia Roberts, Sandra Bullock and Scarlett Johansson, such as “The Runaway Bride”, “Lost in Translation” and “Notting Hill”.
Age, height and power
Kim is 35 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 1.67 m and she weighs about 55 kg. As of November 2020, her personal wealth has not been disclosed, nor has any source of income been disclosed, while Randy’s net worth is reportedly over $11 million.
Who is Randy Orton?
Randal ‘Randy’ Keith Orton was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, on April 1, 1980 – his zodiac sign is Aries and he is a US citizen. He was twice the Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) Hardcore Championship, the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history, and has won numerous other championships.
He was raised alongside his younger brother and sister Nathan and Rebecca, by their father Bob Orton Jr. who was a professional wrestler, and their mother Elaine, who was a nurse – Randy’s grandfather Bob Orton was also a professional wrestler.
Randy attended Hazelwood Central High School where he started wrestling, although his father urged him not to go there as wrestling would keep him on the road and away from his family. After graduation in 1998, Randy joined the US Marines but was discharged in 1999 after being twice absent without leave (AWOL) and after disobeying his commander – Randy was sentenced to 38 days in a military prison at Camp Pendleton.
He launched his wrestling career in 2000 and was initially trained primarily by his father.
It was in 2001 that he signed a contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) – his last appearance for WWF was on March 16, 2002, when he lost to Tommy Dreamer at WrestleManix X8’s Fan Axxess. He went on to win the Intercontinental Championship and after losing there, he defeated Chris Benoit at SummerSlam, becoming the youngest WWE World Champion when he was 24 years old.
Randy struggles to this day and is considered one of the greatest WWE wrestlers in the history of the sport, but he is also known for his acting career. He was cast to play the lead character in the 2009 action movie “The Marine 2” but was replaced after sustaining a collarbone injury.
He played a supporting character in the comedy film “That’s What I Am” and was then cast to play the lead role in the action film “The Marine 3: Homefront”, but he was replaced due to his poor history with the Marines. He won lead roles in two films – “12 Rounds 2: Reloaded” and “The Condemned 2” in 2013 and 2015, respectively, and went on to play a supporting character in a single episode of the action series “Shooter”. Most recently, Randy has appeared in two comedy films – “Changeland” and “Long Shot”, both released in 2019.
Randy was once a drug addict and nearly committed suicide in 2006 after an overdose. He has anger management problems and has gone to therapy.
He is a supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement and has led several peaceful protests.