Maryse Ouellet was born to a well-known top chef and an empathetic nurse on the 21st of January 1983 in Montreal, Canada, but there’s something in her blood that destined her to be one of the influential beauties in the world. Growing up, the wrestler was a tomboy residing in the Quebec region. Maryse often participated with the young men and continued to play with them. She flourished in athletics and became passionate about track & field. She started competing at age 15 and managed to win a small race having beaten over 2000 grown-ups and taking the glory of becoming the youngest player to succeed in the tournament ‘s history. She graduated from University at Montmorency de Laval with a degree in Business Administration, and Maryse also has a black belt in Kung Fu.
After winning the title of ‘Miss Hawaiian Tropic Canada’ in 2003, Maryse Ouellet started to explore a career in modeling and was named the first runner-up for the ‘Miss Hawaiian Tropic’ international finals which happened a year later. Three years after the coronation, she got featured on the calendar cover of ‘Playboy’ magazine’s, ‘Girls of Canada.’ She shot her first film much before this, though, with the Quebec movie titled ‘Octobre’ in 1994. The Canadian beauty arrived at Los Angeles with a vision and no ability to understand the English language, but regardless, she wanted to audition for WWE. Despite being eliminated close to the start in the Diva Search contest in 2006, Maryse made quite an impression on the creators, and they selected the hot lady to join other wrestlers in an intensive battle exercise programs. Having joined a multitude of other WWE aspirants, Maryse practiced with in the field of entertainment wrestling with the best of the best.