Born Patricia Stratigeas on 18th December, 1975, Trish Stratus never dreamt of being a professional wrestler while growing up.
After finishing up secondary school, Trish enrolled at York University and studied Biology and Kinesiology. Trish wanted to become a doctor.
Trish Stratus’ major break happened when she was working as a receptionist at a local gym in Ontario
The divas of the mid–nineties like Sunny and Sable didn’t do a lot of ring work, but Trish showed she was willing to go the extra mile and perfect her craft.
Trish got married to Ron Fisico in 2006. She was in a relationship with Ron since the time they were in high school.
Trish was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013, as the youngest inductee in history at that time.
Ron was mentioned by Trish during her Hall of Fame speech in Madison Square Garden, and she went on to announce that the couple was expecting their first child.
Trish opened up a yoga studio around 2 years after she retired from professional wrestling. Based out of Toronto, Trish's venture was named 'Stratusphere'.
Trish has won a bunch of awards for her efforts towards making people's lives better. She won the 2010 Top Choice Awards Business Woman of the Year.
At WrestleMania's 25th Anniversary in 2009, WWE decided to have a 25-Diva Battle Royal to crown the first-ever Miss WrestleMania but Trish denied the offer.
Stratigeas has also been involved with numerous charities such as Ronald McDonald House, Dreams Take Flight, and the Special Olympics.