Chasey Calaway is the loving daughter of The Undertaker who is an American retired professional wrestler. He began his career in 1987 and widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. His on-screen half-brother Kane, with whom he alternately sparred and occasionally teamed as the Brothers of Destruction from 1997 until 2020, is another well-known pairing.
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How Old Is Chasey Calaway?
Chasey Calaway age is 20 years old, as of 2023. She was born on 21 November 2002 in Houston, Texas, U.S. She has a sibling named, Gunner Vincent Calaway.
Her grandparents are Catherine Calaway, Frank Calaway, Carrol E. Frank, Karen Frank. Her uncle names are Timothy Calaway, Michael Calaway, David Calaway and Paul Calaway.
|Chasey Calaway||Quick Bio|
|Known As||The Undertaker’s Daughter|
|Age||20 yrs old, in 2023|
|Birthday||21 November 2002|
|Parents’ name||The Undertaker, Sara Calaway|
|Sibling||Gunner Vincent Calaway|
|What about alma mater?||Not known|
|Height||In feet: 5’4” (1.63 m)|
|Weight||Approx. 53 Kg or 113 lbs|
Chasey Calaway’s Mother
Chasey Calaway’s mother name is Sara Calaway who is a retired American professional wrestler, model and valet. Couple met in a WWF booking.
They have two daughters together, names Chasey and Gracie. Sara was also a school cheerleader and may have joined some events. They divorced on April 24, 2007. She got married in December 2010 to Smith, her 2nd husband.
Lesser Known Trivia About Chasey Calaway
- Chasey Calaway’s father, The Undertaker enrolled in Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1985.
- He invests in real estate with his business partner, Scott Everhart.
- The two finished construction on a $2.7 million building in Loveland, Colorado, called “The Calahart” (a portmanteau of their last names), in 2007.
- Chasey is a dog lover like her father, Chasey Calaway and her mother Sara.
- They established The Zeus Compton Calaway Save the Animals Fund at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences to help pay for lifesaving treatments for large-breed dogs.