Who is Wanda Ferraton?
Wanda was born in Montmartre, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1970 – her exact date of birth remains undisclosed, but her zodiac sign is believed to be Aquarius, and she holds both American and Canadian nationality. She’s a former stuntwoman and actress, but she’s perhaps known best for being the wife of Bill Goldberg, a famous American professional wrestler and actor.
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Early life and education
Wanda was raised in Montmartre, alongside her four siblings, by their mother Gwen Werbeski and father Allan Ferraton; not a lot is known about her parents, as she respects their privacy, but Wanda has still featured them in some of her Instagram pictures.
She grew-up being interested mostly in sports, but was urged by her parents to focus on her education.
Wanda ran track and played basketball while attending a local high school, and was 15 when she became interested in acting, and began appearing in school plays. Upon matriculating in 1988, she moved to Texas, USA and enrolled at college, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1992.
Career as a stuntwoman
Wanda worked various jobs prior to launching her career as a stuntwoman in 2000, appearing in the romantic comedy movie “Skipped Parts”. It was directed by Tamra Davis, starred Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Lason Leigh and Mischa Barton, and follows a young mother and her son who have been sent to live in a remote provincial city; the movie was nominated for a DVD Exclusive Video Premiere Award for Best Supporting Actress (Drew Barrymore).
The year 2001 saw Wanda perform stunts in four movies, including the action adventure “Texas Rangers”, the crime comedy “Viva Las Nowhere”, and the mystery crime drama “The Unsaid”.
In 2002, she performed stunts in the popular war movie “Ararat”, written and directed by Atom Egoyan, and which starred Charles Aznavour, Brent Carver and Eric Bogosian. It follows a man who’s being interrogated by a customs officer, and is telling him about the time when he made a movie about the Armenian genocide; the film won 12 of the 25 awards for which it was nominated.
The final three movies in which Wanda performed stunts were the action thriller “Caught in the Headlights”, the crime drama “Hollywood Flies” and the fantasy horror comedy “Santa’s Slay”, all released in 2005.
She has since been staying away from the media’s attention, and it’s believed that she has been focused on being a housewife, and raising her and Bill’s son.
Wanda has only a single acting credit: she played Warden’s Assistant in the 2007 action crime movie “Half Past Dead 2”, directed by Art Camacho, and which starred her husband Bill, Kurupt and Jack Conley. It follows the lives of two criminals, and the movie received mostly negative reviews.
Love life and marriage with Bill Goldberg
Both Wanda and Bill prefer to keep the details of their love life to themselves, but have still allowed their fans to have a glimpse into it. They met while they were both shooting for the movie “Santa’s Slay” in 2004, and a year later on 10 April 2005, Wanda and Bill married in a large ceremony, attended by many of their friends and family members. Wanda gave birth to their son Gage in the following year, and the family of three lived in Bonsall, California until 2019, when they moved to Boerne, Texas.
Neither Wanda nor Bill have spoken of any other people whom they have perhaps been with, and as of May 2022, Wanda’s married to Bill Goldberg, and they have a son together.
Hobbies and other interests
Wanda’s highly active on Instagram and is today followed by more than 10,000 people, while she’s uploaded nearly 1,000 pictures onto the network, the majority of which feature her spending time with her husband and their son.
She’s a huge lover of animals, and has been to various zoos around the USA; many of Wanda’s Instagram pictures and videos feature her feeding various animals, including kangaroos, deer and koalas.
Wanda loves to travel, and has been all around the world with her husband; her dream travel destination seems to be Melbourne, Australia.
She’s physically quite active and has three to four training sessions at the gym every week, thus her slim figure.
Wanda likes to watch movies in her spare time – her favorite actor and actress are the late Robin Williams and Angelina Jolie, while a couple of her favorite films include “Good Will Hunting”, “Patch Adams” and “Girl, Interrupted”.
Age, height and net worth
Wanda’s either 51 or 52 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 4ins (1.6m) and she weighs around 110lbs (50kgs).
As of May 2022, her net worth stands at more than $100,000, while her husband Bill’s net worth has been estimated at over $16 million.
Who is her husband Bill?
William Scott ‘Bill’ Goldberg was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma USA, on 27 December 1966 – his zodiac sign is Capricorn, and he holds American nationality. He’s probably known best for the time which he spent being active in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
Bill was raised in Tulsa alongside his brother Michael, by their Reform Jewish parents Ethel and Jed Goldberg; Ethel was a classical violinist, while Jed was a doctor. Bill studied at Tulsa Edison High School, and was mostly into playing football during his four years there; because of his large stature, he was able to find work as a nightclub bouncer when he was 16 years old.
Upon matriculating in 1985, Bill was offered a scholarship from the University of Georgia, and he played football for their team the Bulldogs until he graduated in 1989. He was then picked by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1990 National Football League (NFL) draft, and went on to play for the Atlanta Falcons between 1992 and 1994; Bill then tore his lower abdomen off his pelvis, and had to give up on football.
It was in 1995 that he started powerlifting and practicing martial arts, and gained recognition on 22 September 1997, when he fought his first WCW match and beat Hugh Morrus.
Bill was undefeated in 1997 and 1998, and he went on to become WCW’s highest paid wrestler; he moved to All Japan Pro Wrestling in 2002, but stayed there for only a year, as he then began wrestling for WWE.
He retired in 2004, but returned to wrestling 11 years later, when invited to perform at the event Legends of Wrestling. This led Bill to sign a new contract with WWE in 2016, and he has been wrestling since then.
He has appeared in many movies, including the 1999 science fiction action “Universal Soldier: The Return”, the 2005 sports comedy “The Longest Yard”, and the 2016 documentary “Nine Legends”.