Renee Paquette is a Canadian-American television host and personality who rose to fame as Renee Young in the WWE. She was well recognized for her work as a WWE commentator, presenter, and interviewer from 2012 until 2020. From 2009 to 2012, she served as a broadcaster on the sports show The Score. Since December 2016, Paquette has been the host of the ‘Regular Girls with Stacy McGunnigle’ podcast. She also made an appearance on The Kinda Funny Podcast.
What is the Net Worth of Renee Paquette in 2022?
Renee Paquette is a well-known anchor with a great career as a sportscaster. She is a Toronto native. Her estimated net worth is $2 million. A Canadian sportscaster’s average annual salary is $39,589. Because she is a well-known character in the media, the former WWE broadcaster should be paid more for her work. Apart
from her television work, she has also starred in advertisements for Oxy and Noxzema, for which she has received a substantial quantity of money.
Renee is also a cookbook author, with “Messy In The Kitchen: My Guide To Eating Deliciously, Hosting Fabulously, and Sipping Copiously,” a collection of recipes and personal anecdotes. Her book costs $25.73 and is available on Amazon.
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Early Life of Renee Paquette: Born and Education
Canadian Renee Paquette was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on September 19, 1985, to Carole MacKay and Stephen “Tex” Paquette. Her father works in the entertainment industry as a concert promoter. Erik Paquette is her brother, according to her Instagram account.
Renee, the TV personality, might be a graduate student in terms of education. However, she hasn’t acknowledged it on social media. Since she was a child, she has aspired to be an actress. So, after high school, she applied to institutions and began improv comedy training to pursue her goals. She became interested in broadcasting rather than performing after being disappointed with her lack of auditions for films, music videos, and commercials.
Relationship Staus: Husband/Wife
Renee Pauquette is 35 years old, and she and her husband, Jonathan Good, have been married for more than three years. He is an American actor and professional wrestler who presently competes for AEW under the ring name Jon Moxley. He was a wrestler for WWE from 2011 until 2019, when he used the ring name Dean Ambrose. When they were both engaged to WWE, the two started dating in 2013. After four years of being in a girlfriend-boyfriend relationship, they decided to take their relationship to the next level. Finally, on April 9, 2017, the couple exchanged married vows at their Las Vegas residence.
Paquette and her husband, Slammy Award winner Paquette, announced to their fans and followers in November 2020 that they are expecting a baby. On June 15, 2021, the television host gave birth to their first child, a daughter. The couple’s daughter’s name was Nora Good. A sports broadcaster in Las Vegas, Nevada, has a lovely married life with her husband and infant daughter. Astrid Silva, an immigration campaigner, and her family also live there. In addition to her personal life, she is an animal lover with two pets. She spends the most of her time uploading pictures of her pets on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Renee adores eating as much as Chelsea Andrews.
Kelly Clarkson’s music video “Behind These Hazel Eyes” featured Paquette in 2005. She became a major cast member of the reality television show “WWE Total Divas” in 2016. Her past TV shows include WWE Backstage (since 2019), WWE Superstars (2009-2016), and WWE Main Event (since 2012). Renee Young, who measures at 165 cm tall, debuted in professional wrestling in 2009 with The Score Television Network. For three years, she hosted the Right After Wrestling program, which was later called Aftermath. On March 29, 2013, Paquette made her on-screen debut, interviewing Big Show, Randy Orton, and Sheamus. “Unfiltered with Renee Young,” Renee Young’s show, premiered in April 2015. She joined the sixth season of the professional wrestling reality TV show “Tough Enough” as a co-host in June of that year.