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Ashley Massaro

American professional wrestler, reality television contestant, television host, model, and radio personality.

Ashley Massaro is ...


Born 26 May 1979 in Babylon
Died 16 May 2019 in Smithtown
Age 39 years
Cause hanging

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship United States of America
Manner of death suicide
Occupation professional wrestler, model, Playboy Playmate, beauty pageant contestant, manager (professional wrestling) and radio personality
Height 1.65m (5'5")
Weight 50kg (110.2lbs)
Twitter username ashleymassaro11
Sport professional wrestling

About Ashley Massaro

Ashley Massaro was a force to be reckoned with in the world of professional wrestling, but her talents extended far beyond the ring. Born on May 26, 1979, in New York, Massaro first gained national attention as a contestant on the hit reality show "Survivor: China" in 2007. Her fierce determination and competitive spirit made her a fan favorite, and she quickly parlayed her success on the show into a career in entertainment.

Massaro began her wrestling career in 2005, signing with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) after winning the company's "Raw Diva Search" competition. She quickly made a name for herself as a high-flying, hard-hitting wrestler, earning a reputation as one of the toughest women in the business. Massaro's popularity with fans led to numerous appearances on WWE programming, including a stint as the host of the weekly show "WWE Raw."

In addition to her wrestling career, Massaro was also a successful model and television personality. She appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine in 2007, and was a regular guest on Howard Stern's radio show. Massaro also hosted the reality show "Ex-Wives Club" on ABC, and made appearances on other popular shows such as "Smallville" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."

Despite her many successes, Massaro's life was not without its challenges. In 2008, she filed a lawsuit against WWE, alleging that the company had failed to protect her from repeated sexual assaults by other wrestlers. The case was eventually dismissed, but Massaro remained an outspoken advocate for women's rights and the #MeToo movement.

Tragically, Massaro passed away on May 16, 2019, at the age of 39. Her death was ruled a suicide, and her passing was mourned by fans and colleagues alike. In the years since her death, Massaro's legacy has continued to inspire and empower women in the world of professional wrestling and beyond.


- "Ashley Massaro, WWE Superstar and Survivor Contestant, Dies at 39," Rolling Stone, May 17, 2019.

- "Ashley Massaro: WWE Diva, Playboy Model, and Reality TV Star,", May 17, 2019.

- "Ashley Massaro, Former WWE Superstar and Survivor Contestant, Dead at 39," People, May 17,

About Death

On May 15, 2019, Massaro finished replying to fan mail but did not show up for work at WWSK-FM later that night, prompting another DJ to fill in for her. At 5:23 a.m. the next morning, paramedics responded to a rescue call and discovered Massaro unresponsive at her home in Smithtown, New York. When they arrived at the hospital, she was pronounced dead, 10 days before her 40th birthday.

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