What does Sarah Jade do for a living? Her Age, Height, Spouse

Who is Sarah Jade?

Sarah Jade was born on 12 December 1987 under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius, in Tampa, Florida USA. She’s a 35-year-old professional pole dancer and instructor, known for being the owner of Buttercup Pole Dance. Nevertheless, she’s perhaps best recognized as the ex-wife of Dave Bautista, an accomplished American actor and former WWE Wrestling Champion.

 

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How rich is she, as of now? Sarah Jade Net Worth

As of late 2023, Sarah’s net worth is estimated at over $11 million, acquired through her thriving career as a professional pole dancer and entrepreneur. Moreover, it’s also assumed that she increased her wealth through the divorce settlement from her renowned husband Dave Bautista. He has a fortune estimated at over $16 million, earned in both the sports and entertainment industries.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Sarah spent her early years in her hometown of Tampa Bay, where she was raised by her parents; however, she is quite secretive when it comes to revealing specific details about them. Moreover, details about her siblings are undisclosed, leaving uncertainty about whether she has any or is an only child. Sarah holds American nationality, belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group, and in terms of religion, she identifies as a Christian.

Speaking about her educational background, after matriculating from a local high school, Sarah attended the University of South Florida, graduating Cum Laude in 2011 with a degree in Sociology.

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Professional Career

Sarah discovered her passion for pole dancing at the age of 18, after watching YouTube videos of prominent pole dancers Alethea Austin and Karol Helms; she self-taught pole dancing, and enjoyed it as a hobby for two years in her spare time. Eventually, motivated by her desire to share her skills and passion, Sarah ventured into pole dance teaching, and after her graduation, she started competing as a professional pole dancer at the Pro Division of the Florida Pole Fitness Championship. Thanks to her outstanding performance in which she invested her acquired knowledge and effort, she earned the award for the most athletic dancer in both 2012 and 2013. Later in 2016, she was crowned Miss Pole Dance America.

Following these achievements, Sarah established her own studio, called Buttercup Pole Dancing Studio, in Tampa. Additionally, she holds certification as a fitness instructor from the AFAA (Athletics and Fitness Association of America). Besides this, she was chosen to be an ambassador for the women’s fashion brand Bad Kitty.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Sarah has long red-dyed hair and hazel eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 3ins (1.60m), weighs around 121lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 34-26-35, bra size 33B, dress size 4 (US), and shoe size 6 (US). She likes tattoos, and has multiple on her body, including a tattoo sleeve on her arm.

Personal Life and Marriage with Dave Bautista

Sarah and Dave started their relationship at the time she started pursuing her professional career. After dating for some time, the couple eventually tied the knot in October 2015, their ceremony held at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota, Florida. Unfortunately, their marriage didn’t last long since they divorced in December 2019 – the reason for their divorce remains a mystery. Sarah was his third wife since he was previously married to Glenda from 1990 to 1998 and Angie from 1998 to 2006. He has three children from these marriages, daughters Athena and Keilani with his first wife, and a son named Oliver, with his second wife; Sarah and Dave don’t have children together. Since their divorce, she’s kept her private life away from the spotlight.

Who is her ex-husband? Dave Bautista Short Wiki/Bio

David Michael Bautista Jr. was born on 18 January 1969 under the zodiac sign of Capricorn, in Washington, D.C., USA. He was raised by his father, David Michael Bautista, who worked as a hairdresser, and his mother, Donna Raye; she later came out as a lesbian. She is of Greek ancestry, while his father is the child of Filipino immigrants. Dave Jr. had a tough childhood since his family lived in poverty, and he grew up in a dangerous neighborhood. At the age of 13, he started stealing cars, and by the time he reached 17, he was already estranged from his parents and lived on his own. At one point, he was sentenced to a year’s probation due to his involvement in a fight while working as a nightclub bouncer. He also spent some time working as a lifeguard, before he started pursuing his career in bodybuilding and wrestling.

Professional Wrestling Career

Dave trained at the Wild Samoan Training Center wrestling school in 1999. After signing a contract with the World Wrestling Federation(WWF) in the following year, he was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling, where he made his debut under the name Leviathan, and was undefeated in his early fights, and soon won the OVW Heavyweight Championship, over Doug Basham, but soon lost the title to The Prototype. Thanks to his accomplishments, he was soon promoted to WWE’s main roster, so he left OVW.

Dave gained enormous popularity around the globe in the period between 2002 and 2010 when he fought under the ring name Batista. During that time, he won six world championships, including four victories at the World Heavyweight Championship and two titles at the WWE Championship. His first championship reign holds the record as the longest, lasting for a total of 282 days. He was also the World Tag Team Champion three times, partnering with Ric Flair twice and John Cena once, and the WWE Tag Team Champion together with Rey Mysterio. Additionally, he was als the winner of the 2005 Royal Match, securing his place in WrestleMania 21, a highly popular pay-per-view event in the world of professional wrestling produced by WWE.

Following his departure from WWE in 2010, Dave made his comeback three years later. He reappeared inthe following year and achieved a significant victory in that year’s Royal Rumble match. Thereafter, he headlined WrestleMania XXX, but then left wrestling again. He returned back one more time to WWE when he fought against Triple H at WrestleMania 35 in 2019 before he finally retired. During his professional wrestling career, Dave won 11 championships.

Acting Career

Following his retirement, Dave tried himself as an actor, who has made appearances in a number of TV and film titles. He initially guest-starred in such TV series as “Smallville”, “Neighbours”, “Chuck”, and “Relative Strangers”, while his first major role came in 2012, when he played Brass Body in the martial arts film “The Man With The Iron Fists”, sharing the screen with Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu and Cung Le, among others. It was followed by his portrayal of Drax the Destroyer in the critically acclaimed Marvel Studios film “Guardians Of The Galaxy” (2014), a role he reprised in its sequels “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2” (2017), “Avengers: Infinity War” (2018), “Avengers: Endgame” (2019), “Thor: Love And Thunder” (2022), “Guardians Of The Galaxy: Holiday Special” (2022) and “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)”.

Moreover, Dave featured as Mr. Hinx in the 2015 James Bond film “Spectre”, directed by Sam Mendes and starred Daniel Craig and Christoph Waltz. Two years later, he took the role of Sapper Morton in the epic sci-fi “Blade Runner”, and then played Scott Ward in Zack Snyder’s post-apocalyptic zombie heist film “Army Of The Dead”, and starred as Glossu Rabban Harkonnen in the adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel “Dune”, both released in 2021.

Most recently, he portrayed Duke Cody in the mystery film “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” (2022), and played Leonard in the apocalyptic psychological horror film “Knock At The Cabin” (2023).

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