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Renee Paquette is a Canadian sports broadcaster and actress. She is currently an on-air personality with WWE under the ring name Renee Young, where she performs interviewing and commentating duties. She is a former sportscaster for The Score.

Quick Facts:

Birth name Renee Jane Paquette
Born September 19, 1985 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Residence Nevada, United States
Website www.prettyfunnyblonde.com

Ring name(s) Renee Young
Billed height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
Billed from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Debut March 29, 2013

WWE.Com Biography

Since making her WWE television debut on March 29, 2012, Renee Young has quickly proved herself to be a natural for all aspects of WWE broadcasting, arguably assimilating to the wild world of WWE faster than any broadcaster before her.

A lifelong WWE fan, the lovely broadcast personality came to the squared circle after working with The Score network in Canada for several years, building her reputation by co-hosting WWE Aftermath and interviewing high-caliber talent such as The Rolling Stones on other programming.

Young’s professional, magnetic and sometimes comedic personality shines through as an interviewer on TV and the anchor of WWE pay-per-view Pre-Show panels. In addition, she also has her own show on WWE Network, “WWE Unfiltered.”

Early Life

Paquette was born in Toronto, Ontario, and was raised in Ajax, Ontario. She was a child model. After high school, she applied to several colleges and began training in improvisational comedy. At the age of 19, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a comedic actress, but later moved back to Toronto and auditioned for films, music videos, and commercials.

Professional Career

The Score (2009–2012)

Paquette began working for The Score in the later months of 2009 on the program called Right After Wrestling, later to be renamed Aftermath, where she presented alongside Arda Ocal and former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas.

WWE (2012–present)

Paquette signed with WWE in October 2012, where she was renamed as Renee Young, and made her on-screen debut on the 29 March 2013 episode of SmackDown, interviewing Randy Orton, Big Show, and Sheamus. Young had previously performed interviews exclusively for WWE Active since February 2013, and had also presented the 2012 Survivor Series pre-show alongside Scott Stanford. Young debuted on the January 23 NXT as a backstage interviewer.

Young began co-hosting the World Tour segments, which is a segment detailing the city they are filming in, showcasing various tourist attractions, before later being promoted as a third main presenter on The JBL and Cole Show, which is shown on YouTube and WWE.com. It received a Slammy Award for Favorite Web Show of the Year. She also presents WWE Vintage Collection alongside Hall of Famer Mean Gene Okerlund.

In September 2013, Young made her commentary debut on NXT. She began performing color commentary during NXT Divas’ matches, before later becoming a full-time color commentator on NXT for several months. From July 3, 2014 to January 9, 2015, Young served as a color commentator on WWE Superstars, alongside Tom Phillips, which made her WWE’s first full-time female announcer in more than a decade. In April 2015, Young began hosting her own show titled Unfiltered with Renee Young, in which she interviews fellow WWE employees, which airs on the WWE Network. In June, Young served as the co-host of the sixth season of Tough Enough, alongside Chris Jericho.

In July 2016, Renee was drafted to SmackDown Live, after the brands separated. She currently hosts the weekly WWE Network program Talking Smack, along side SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan. She also joined Total Divas as a regular cast member in 2016, as part of the show’s sixth season.

Personal Life

On being a wrestling fan, Paquette said: “I attended a few events and WrestleMania VI. My dad is a concert promoter and he’d get me into the events. I remember being backstage and meeting Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Chyna and Trish Stratus as a kid, so it’s really funny to me that I ended up here. I went on a different path than wanting to become a WWE Superstar.”

As of March 2015, Paquette confirmed that she was in a real-life relationship with WWE wrestler Jonathan Good, better known by his ring name Dean Ambrose. The couple had been dating since 2013. On April 9, 2017, the two married in Las Vegas.