Who is Sara Calaway?

Sara Chirie Frank was born in Long Beach, California USA, on 2 November 1970 – her zodiac sign is Scorpio, and she holds American nationality. She’s a professional wrestling valet and former wrestler, while she’s probably known best for being a former wife of Mark William Calaway, an American retired professional wrestler, who’s perhaps known better by his ring name The Undertaker.

Early life and education

Sara was raised in Long Beach by her father Carrol E. Frank and mother Karen Frank; she hasn’t shared a lot about her parents with the public, because she respects their privacy, but it’s believed that her father was a truck driver, and her mother was a high school teacher.

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Sara hasn’t spoken about having any siblings, and some people on the internet believe that she’s an only child.

She was perhaps mostly interested in modelling while growing up, dreaming of becoming a famous model, which would then make it possible for her to travel all around the world. She studied at a local high school and practiced dancing during her four years there, while it’s said that she was a cheerleader for two years; Sara matriculated in 1989, and as she hasn’t spoken of her further education, it seems that she hasn’t attended college.

Sara’s career

Sara worked various jobs in the ‘90s, including being a waitress and model, before joining World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2001, when she became The Undertaker’s valet (manager); she held the job for around two years, and also wrestled on a single occasion, while she has since been staying away from the media’s attention.

It’s believed that Sara’s today running her own real estate agency, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Love life and relationships

Sara married The Undertaker on 21 July 2000, in a large ceremony attended by over 200 people; neither has spoken about how and when they met, but it’s believed that they were set up on a blind date by a mutual friend in 1998.

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She thus became his second wife, as he had previously been married to Jodi Lynn, between 1989 and 1999 – Jodi gave birth to their son Gunner Vincent Calaway in 1993.

Sara gave birth to their daughters Chasey on 21 November 2002, and Gracie on 15 May 2005, but she and The Undertaker divorced in 2007 for unknown reasons, although it’s believed that it was his infidelity that led to their divorce, but this hasn’t been confirmed. The Undertaker married Michelle Leigh Calaway in 2010, and they have a daughter Kaia and a son Kolt together.

Sara has also moved on, and is today married to American professional wrestler Jason Schnuit; she met Jason in 2008, and they exchanged vows in December 2009.

As of May 2022, Sara’s married to her second husband Jason Schnuit, and has two daughters with her first husband The Undertaker.

Hobbies and other interests

Sara has been physically highly active since she was a teenager. She began working out when she was 17, believing this would help her launch her modelling career, while she then continued going to the gym because she believed that it would help her career as a wrestler; she still has a couple of training sessions at the gym every week.

Travelling is one of her main hobbies, and she’s been to more than 20 US states, mostly for work but also for pleasure. Sara has also visited a couple of European countries, and her dream travel destination is Berlin, Germany.

She’s a lover of animals, with dogs and horses being her favorites.

Sara enjoys watching movies late at night – her favorite actor and actress are Vin Diesel and Natalie Portman, while a couple of her favorite films include the franchise “Fast and Furious”, “Pitch Black” and “V for Vendetta”.

Age, height and net worth

Sara is 51 years old. She has long brown hair which she occasionally dyes blonde, her eyes are blue and her height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m); she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).

As of May 2022, Sara’s net worth stands at more than $200,000, while her former husband The Undertaker’s net worth has been estimated at over $17 million.

Who is her former husband The Undertaker?

Mark was born in Houston, Texas USA, on 24 March 1965 – his zodiac sign is Aries, and he holds American nationality. He’s believed to be one of the best professional wrestlers of all time,  spending the majority of his career in World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and later WWE.

He was raised in Houston alongside his four older brothers, by their mother Betty Catherine Truby, and their father Frank Compton Calaway who passed away in July 2003.

The Undertaker studied at Waltrip High School, and played both basketball and football during his four years there; he was offered a scholarship to Angelina College upon matriculating in 1983, and although he had accepted it, he transferred to Texas Wesleyan University in 1985, but dropped out in the following year, wanting to focus on wrestling.

He wrestled professionally for the first time on 26 June 1987, when he lost to Bruiser Brody at World Class Championship Wrestling. The Undertaker gained recognition in 1989, when he joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW), while it was in the following year that he joined WWF. He won his first WWF Championship in April 1993, after having beaten Hulk Hogan in the finals, however, a rematch was set for four days later, when Hulk managed to retrieve his title.

The Undertaker went on to wrestle under various pseudonyms in the following decade, and became World Heavyweight Champion on 1 April 2007, after having defeated Batista. He continued to wrestle in the 2010s, before announcing on 21 June 2020 that he would be retiring.

He’s nowadays mostly interested in investing in real estate together with Scott Everhart; the two built The Calahart in 2007, a $2.7 million valued building in Loveland, Colorado.

The Undertaker’s also a huge dog-lover, and he and his now-former wife Sara founded The Zeus Compton Calaway Save the Animals Fund.

Most recently, in 2022, The Undertaker was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

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