|Born||Marissa Ann Mazzola
July 4, 1973
New York City, New York
|Residence||New York City, New York,
|Alma mater||Greenwich Academy|
|Occupation||film producer, former public relations agent and television host.|
|Years active||1999-2000 (host)
|Employer||World Wrestling Federation (1999-2000)|
|Spouse(s)||Shane McMahon (m. 1996)|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Marissa Mazzola|
Marissa Ann McMahon (née Mazzola; born July 4, 1973) is an American film producer and former public relations agent and television host.
Life and career
Mazzola-McMahon graduated from Greenwich Academy in 1991.
World Wrestling Federation
Marissa Mazzola-McMahon began her career as a co-host for the show LiveWire. She appeared in numerous interviews and also served in the role of interviewer herself. She was in charge of overseeing public relations area for WWF. Unlike other members of the McMahon family who have appeared and set foot inside the ring, Mazzola-McMahon has never made an appearance in the ring.
After her short time co-hosting LiveWire, Mazzola-McMahon started producing films. In this capacity, she has worked with WWF superstars, including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Stone Cold Steve Austin. She played a brief role in the movie The Scorpion King as the bird merchant. The first film she produced was Anamorph, starring Willem Dafoe and Scott Speedman. She founded her own film company called Kamala Films, which is based out of New York City.
Marissa Mazzola married Shane on September 14, 1996 in a private ceremony on the McMahons' estate. Together they have three sons. Declan (born February 13, 2004), Kenyon (born March 22, 2006), and Rogan (born January 10, 2010). Marissa and her husband Shane are close friends with Brock Lesnar and his wife Sable and often visit them in Canada with their children during the summer.