Candice Michelle

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Candice Michelle Beckman United States
Ring name(s) Candice Michelle
Billed height 5ft 7in
Billed weight 120 lbs
Born September 30, 1978 (1978-09-30) (age 35)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Resides Los Angeles, California
Billed from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Trained by Dave Finlay
Arn Anderson
Grant McKee
Debut November 15 2004

Candice Michelle Beckman-Ehrlich (born September 30, 1978 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American professional wrestler, actress, and model. She is better known as Candice Michelle or just Candice. Beckman is best known for wrestling for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

World Wrestling Entertainment[change | edit source]

Candice Michelle came to WWE as a contestant in the 2004 Diva Search. Although she did not win, WWE hired her anyway. At first, Candice Michelle did not have much to do on the program. Over the next several years, she was trained as a wrestler and started doing more work. She was mainly used in unusual matches. For example, "Bra and panties matches" are matches where the winner is the person removes the other persons clothing leaving them wearing only their bra and panties.

At the Vengeance PPV on June 24, she defeated Melina to win the WWE Women's Title for the first time.

Michelle was released from her WWE contract on June 19, 2009.

Personal life[change | edit source]

Candice married Dr. Ken Gee Ehrlich, a West Los Angeles chiropractor on May 7, 2005.[1]

Media[change | edit source]

During Candice's career, she has been in many television series, magazine pictorials, fashion shows, and movies. She has been in the movies Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story(as a dancer), Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, High Crimes, and Horrorween. In television, she has been on Party of Five, The Man Show, Playboy TV's Totally Busted, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Monk. Her most notable appearance was her appearance on Hotel Erotica. She has also posed nude for several magazines including Playboy. She is also the spokesperson for the internet company GoDaddy.com.

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