Saturday, March 26, 2011

Christy Hemme Profile and Biography

Christy Hemme Profile:
Christina Lee “Christy” Hemme with birth name Christina Lee Hemme best known as Christy Hemme with nickname Christy, Sunni, Kristy Hemme was born October 28, 1980 (astrological sign/star sign (zodiac): Scorpio) at her hometown in Poway, California (CA), United State of America (USA) but she grew up in Temecula, California (CA), United State of America (USA). Christy Hemme is a beautiful American (film, movie, television) actress, female singer, female model (top and popular model, commercial model, athletic model, fitness model, international model, professional model, star model, bikini (beachwear) model, swimsuit (swimwear) model, fashion model, magazine cover model, cover girl model, supermodel), Hollywood star, professional wrestler, female athlete, and brunette women celebrity. She has a hair color: awesome light brown red (brunette), eyes color: lovely blue, height: 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m), weight: 116 lb (53 kg), measurements: 34-25-36, assets: fantastic beauty, beautiful face, awesome light brown red (brunette) hair, lovely blue eyes, charming smile, fun personality, and her name popular and famous in the world of international entertainment, modeling, and wrestling, hobbies: sport, beauty care, health care, dancing, singing, related about motorcycles and racing street bikes, watching movie/film, listening music, movie/film acting, photography acting, pose in front of the camera, and active in the world of international entertainment, modeling, and wrestling.

Christy Hemme Biography:
In early life, Christina Lee “Christy” Hemme best known as Christy Hemme with birth name Christina Lee Hemme was born October 28, 1980 at her hometown in Poway, California (CA), United State of America (USA) but she grew up in Temecula, California (CA), United State of America (USA). Christy Hemme has a brother, David, and a sister, Deena Hemme, who is also a model. Christy Hemme’s father, Robert, owns an insurance agency in her hometown of Temecula. Christy Hemme’s mother Susan died on 2002. Christy Hemme stated in the DVD Viva Las Divas that the week she won the WWE Raw Diva Search was on the anniversary of her mom’s death. Christy Hemme is an avid motorcyclist. Christy Hemme owns a Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider. Christy Hemme was a cheerleader for two years at Temecula Valley High. Christy Hemme graduated on 1998 at age seventeen. Christy Hemme attended Mt. San Jacinto College, where Christy Hemme majored in dance. Christy Hemme now resides in Los Angeles (LA), California (CA), United State of America (USA).

In her modeling career, After graduating, Christy Hemme relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in modeling. Christy Hemme initially joined a burlesque dance team. Christy Hemme performed at Easyrider tours and Harley motorcycle rallies. Christy Hemme went on to appear in magazines such as Maxim magazine, Rolling Stone magazine, and Stuff magazine. Christy Hemm in addition was appeared in the music video of the Trace Adkins songs “Chrome”, and “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” and in videos for bands Blink-182 and Sonic. Christy Hemm also had parts in commercials for AT&T and TrimSpa, and Christy Hemme was a spokesmodel for Hawaiian Tropic. Other early jobs included a waitressing job at Hooters. In past years, Christy Hemme’s image has also been found on Bench Warmer trading cards as Christy “Sunni” Hemme. As Sunni, Christy Hemme was’s featured model on September 2002. Christy Hemme’s modeling career led to her joining the cast of Comedy Central’s The Man Show as a member of the “Juggy Dance Squad” on 2003. Christy Hemme remained with the series for a year, during which she appeared on The Commies, a Comedy Central produced award show, on December 7, 2003.

In her professional wrestling career, (World Wrestling Entertainment (2004–2005)) on the mid-2004, Christy Hemme participated in the Diva Search, a competition held by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in order to recruit new Divas. Christy Hemme was announced as the winner of the competition on September 20, with a prize of a one year contract with WWE with remuneration of $250,000. At WrestleMania 21 on April 3, Stratus defeated Christy Hemme to retain her title. On November 30, Christy Hemme debuted in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), a WWE developmental territory, aligning herself with Matt Cappotelli in opposition to Aaron Stevens, Beth Phoenix, and Shelly Martinez. Christy Hemme on December 5, 2005 was released from her WWE contract.

(Total Nonstop Action Wrestling) On managing (2006 until 2008), Christy Hemme signed with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) on April 2006, and she debuted on April 23 at Lockdown. Christy Hemme on July 2006 was featured on the Women of Action special. Christy Hemme also began traveling to Windsor, Ontario to train under TNA agent Scott D’Amore in between TNA TV tapings. Christy Hemme was also Knockout of the Year for 2006. On January 14, 2007 at Final Resolution, Christy Hemme came out and interrupted the Voodoo Kin Mafia (VKM) and cut a promo about the involvement of women in wrestling.

On singles competition (2008 until 2009), Christy Hemme turned into a fan favorite on the October 16, 2008 episode of Impact when she was attacked by The Beautiful People (Angelina Love and Velvet Sky) backstage. Christy Hemme on January 2009 sustained a neck injury while training in the ring with Styles for her match and would be unable to compete at Genesis against Awesome Kong. Christy Hemme’s injury required surgery and she was out of action for about seven months. Christy Hemme returned to TNA programming on the August 13, 2009 episode of Impact! defeating Sojournor Bolt via pinfall.

On backstage interviewer (2009 until present), when on the December 10 edition of Impact! Christy Hemme debuted in her new role as a backstage interviewer. Christy Hemme on December 16, 2009 announced her retirement from in-ring competition after her last match in a gauntlet. On April 7, 2010, Dixie Carter announced on her Twitter account that Christy Hemme had signed a new multi-year deal with the company. On the December 2 edition on Impact! Christy Hemme was involved in a small backstage catfight with Cookie during a brawl with Cookie’s cohort X Division Champion Robbie E and Jay Lethal. On the December 16 edition of Impact! Hemme came out during an X Division Championship match between Robbie E and Lethal and handcuffed herself to Cookie, thus preventing her from interfering in the match and subsequently costing Robbie the X Division Championship.

On independent circuit, Christy Hemme on November 2006 participated in the Queens of Chaos shows in Paris, France. Christy Hemme on July 21, 2007 defeated Ann Brookstone at a Heavy on Wrestling event in Superior, Wisconsin with Nora Greenwald acting as Special Guest Referee.

In her music and acting career, Christy Hemme on September 2006 recorded a song entitled “Society Box”, which was featured on TNA’s November 21, 2006 music release, 3rd Degree Burns. Christy Hemme is also the founder and lead singer in HEMME. The band released five songs on their MySpace: “In This Moment”, “Visit Me Mom”, “Shine”, “Dear You”, and “Dirty”; the songs have since been removed following the departure of original members Randy “Slick” Ramirez, Steve “Slide” Goodwin, Roland “Rollin” Maniago, and Rocky “Rock” Ramirez. Christy Hemme has now released another song, Don’t Give Up on her official Myspace, and a HEMME EP Named “Where are You” which is available on iTunes. Hemme is Christy Hemme on vocals, Eric “Erock” Friedman on guitar, Tim Miller on bass, and Garrett Whitlock on drums. Christy Hemme on November 2010 was a contestant on an all TNA week of Family Feud, teaming with Angelina Love, Lacey Von Erich, Tara and Velvet Sky against Jay Lethal, Matt Morgan, Mick Foley, Mr. Anderson and Rob Van Dam. Christy Hemme is said to be the last original Knockout of Impact! right now.

(Christy Hemme Profile and Biography source:, Zimbio.Com, FanPix.Net, and Wikipedia.Org)

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