Maryse Ouellet Mizanin Biography: Net Worth, Husband, Age, Skin Care, Twitter, Dad, TikTok, Parents, Siblings, Wikipedia, Kids, Instagram


Maryse Ouellet Mizanin (born 21 January 1983), whose professional name is Maryse Ouellet, is a renowned Canadian reality television personality. She also adds as a professional wrestler, manager, actress, and former model. World Wrestling Entertainment is her current employer (WWE).

She is the manager of her husband, Michael Gregory Mizanin, also known as “The Miz,” and she represents the brand “Raw.” Former beauty pageant champion Maryse Ouellet Mizanin was employed by “WWE” as a trainer.

She later stepped into the ring. She is one of the greatest female “WWE” combatants of all time and is frequently recognized as a cunning and determined competitor. She is renowned for her snobby demeanor and powerful “French Kiss DDT” finisher. She has the distinction of being one of the longest-reigning champions in history and the first woman to win the “Divas Champion” title twice.

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin also has excellent managerial abilities. She has also appeared in five video games with “WWE SmackDown” themes. She has established a career in both movies and television.

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin currently works as a realtor after leaving the “WWE” as a contender. She runs a jewelry business as well. Maryse Ouellet Mizanin and The Miz already have a daughter, and in 2019 they will welcome a second child.

Maryse Ouellet: History • Bio • Photo
Full Name: Maryse Ouellet Mizanin
Stage Name: Maryse Ouellet
Born: 21 January 1983 (age 39 years old)
Place of Birth: Montreal, Canada
Nationality: Canadian
Height: 1.73 m
Parents: Guy Ouellet, Marjolaine Martin
Siblings: Michelle Ouellet
Husband • Spouse: The Miz (m. 2014)
Boyfriend • Partner: Yoshi Tatsu (rum.), Lucky Cannon (rum.), Hornswoggle (rum.)
Children: Madison Jade Mizanin, Monroe Sky Mizanin
Occupation: Wrestler • Media Personality
Net Worth: US$14 million

Early Life and Education 

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin was born in Edmundston, New Brunswick, on January 21, 1983, in Montreal, Quebec. She was born to Guy Ouellet (father) and Marjolaine Martin (mother). She also has a sister named Michelle Ouellet,

She graduated from “Montmorency de Laval” with a degree in business administration. Additionally, a black belt in martial arts, Maryse

After winning the “Miss Hawaiian Tropic Canada” crown in 2003 and finishing as the first runner-up in the “International Finals of Miss Hawaiian Tropic” in 2004, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin started modeling. 

Later, she was depicted on the 2007 “Girls of Canada” calendar cover for “Playboy” magazine. However, she made her film debut much earlier, in the 1994 Quebec feature “Octobre.”


Maryse Ouellet Mizanin entered the “WWE Diva Search” as one of the top eight competitors in the middle of 2006 but was subsequently eliminated. She nevertheless joined “WWE,” but just as an observer at the organization’s developmental organization “Ohio Valley Wrestling” (OVW). On August 24, 2007, she formally committed to a “WWE” developmental deal as an “OVW” trainer. 

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin made her debut in the ring in the ‘OVW’ live event in December 2006. She began competing in shadowy matches in March of the following year. A few months later, Sylvain Grenier, a Canadian professional wrestler, hired her as his manager. She made her TV debut on an episode of “WWE Raw” around the same time, debuting in the music video for Timbaland’s song “Throw It On Me.”

As Ryan O’Reilly‘s valet, she debuted at “Florida Championship Wrestling” in September 2007. She soon began taking part in singles and tag-team tournaments. In December 2007, she was appointed Ted DiBiase Jr.‘s manager. 

After her altercation with Eve Torres in a 2008 episode of “Smack Down,” which made her the first wrestler to be eliminated from the bikini competition, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin‘s haughty and evil reputation became widespread.

In September 2008, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin suffered two defeats at the hands of Michelle McCool, but she also won a non-title match against Michelle McCool. After a brief absence, she returned with the pay-per-view “Survivor Series” event in November. She was her team’s lone survivor in the five-on-five “Divas Championship” elimination tag-team match. But in the end, Beth Phoenix defeated her. 

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin rose to the top of Michelle McCool‘s “Divas Championship” field on December 19, 2008. The next week on “SmackDown,” she claimed her first “Divas Championship.” On December 28, while performing at a home concert in Raleigh, North Carolina, she suffered a minor knee injury and took a break.

In February 2009, she returned and overcame Maria Kanellis and Eve Torres with her partner Michelle McCool. She made her ‘Raw’ in-ring debut in a ‘champion vs. champion bout,’ which she won, after making her ‘Raw’ commentary debut in March. The same month, she successfully defended her championship on “SmackDown.” She was, however, later ruled ineligible. She made her final “SmackDown” appearance on April 24 when she defeated Gail Kim

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin made her debut on April 27, 2009, as a member of the brand “Raw,” however she lost, and as a result, she had surgery on her knee. She made a comeback in November, serving as the special guest timekeeper for a 6-‘Divas’ tag-team bout of “Raw” with a Thanksgiving theme.

After defeating Gail Kim in the finals, she made history in 2010 by becoming the first “Diva” to hold the “WWE Divas Championship” title twice. 

In a “Fatal Four-Way” match on June 20, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin, however, was unable to win back the championship. After that, she and Matt Striker started hosting “NXT.” In August, she underwent surgery for an abdominal hernia. She then stopped watching “WWE.” She was dismissed from the “WWE” contract two months later. 

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin launched her clothes and jewelry company, “House of Maryse,” after leaving “WWE” in 2011. She simultaneously entered the live commentary booth for the women’s matches in “Family Wrestling Entertainment.” She next obtained a Los Angeles real estate license.

To assist her husband, The Miz, in winning matches, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin returned to “WWE” in April 2016 during a “WWE Intercontinental Championship.” She took a hiatus to make a “WWE” movie. In June, she made another appearance on “WWE” TV programs, helping The Miz defend his title against Glenn Jacobs (Kane) by inventing an ankle ailment.

In July, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin was selected by “SmackDown” in the 2016 “WWE” draft. On July 26, she made her debut with the company, co-hosting the “Miz TV” program alongside her husband. The duo was selected for “Superstar Shake Up” on “Raw.” They then made their television debut. Due to her pregnancy, she left television in September of that year. 

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin received an honorable recognition on January 22, 2018, in the “Raw” silver jubilee special episode, highlighting the franchise’s female icons and their contributions to its success. When The Miz returned to “SmackDown” in July, she was named The Miz‘s manager.

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin returned to professional wrestling in the eleventh episode of “SmackDown Live,” which was also her first singles match in more than eight years following the birth of her child. She, unfortunately, lost to Brie Bella because she was disqualified. Up until this point, she had not been on television. 

Personal Life 

In 2013, Maryse Ouellet Mizanin and The Miz became engaged. On February 20, 2014, they wed in the Bahamas. On March 27, 2018, Monroe Sky Mizanin, the couple’s daughter, was born. 

In 2019, she had her second daughter, Madison Jade Mizanin.

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin was involved in numerous relationship rumors while she was a cast member of “NXT Redemption,” most notably those involving Yoshi Tatsu, Lucky Cannon, and Hornswoggle

Net Worth

Maryse Ouellet Mizanin, a professional wrestler, manager, actress, and model from Canada, has a US$14 million net worth. She and her husband, Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, have a net worth of that amount since 2014. 

Social Media

  • Facebook: @WWEMaryseMizanin
  • Twitter: @marysemizanin
  • Instagram: @marysemizanin
  • TikTok: @marysemizanin