Not all individuals who earn fame, as a result, come into the limelight because of their professional careers. Some people just grabbed the spotlight due to their relationship with celebrities. Melissa Ann Piavis is one of those characters who rose to popularity after her marriage with WWE superstar The Big Show.

Melissa Ann Piavis with her ex-husband Big Show
Caption: Melissa Ann Piavis with her ex-husband Big Show (Photo: Pinterest)

Melissa Ann Piavis Father

Melissa Ann Piavis was born as the daughter of father James Piavis but her mother's info missing. Melissa Ann Piavis's birth date is 1966 May 30 in Greece under the birth sign Gemini. Melissa has a Greek nationality and is of white ethnical background.

She enrolled at Sprayberry High School located in Georgia. In the year 1982, he was a team manager in her high school wrestling team. Her grandparents were Dr.William Piavis and Winnie Piavis. Melissa Ann Piavis stands shorter than her ex-husband in height.

Married Life of Melissa Ann Piavis

Previously, Melissa Ann Piavis was happily married to her husband Paul Donald Wight II popular as Big Show. He met  Melissa for the first time in the year 1995 when he first signed a contract with WCW. After dating for a long period of time, the duo finally agreed to get married. On February 14, 1997, Melissa got married to her husband Big Show in a sumptuous wedding ceremony. 

He was already involved in the wrestler before Melissa Ann entered his life. Interestingly, he made his wrestling career debut on the same day as their second wedding anniversary. Then he lost the match as well. After that, conflicts arise in their marriage, and couldn't handle the conflicts in their marriage. On 6 February 2002, Melissa and Big Show got a divorce when he unexpectedly recaptured his title. 

The duo became the parents of a daughter named Cierra Wight born in the year 1998. At the age of 14, her ex-husband Big Show will secure the custody of their daughter Cierra according to reports. His daughter Cierra lives along with her dad and stepmother Bess Katramados

Melissa Ann Piavis Life After Divorce

Melissa Ann Piavis completed disappeared and started living a luxurious life out of their earnings. So it is hard to determine the present life of celebrity ex-wife Melissa. Followed by an official split from Piavis, her ex-husband Big Show met Illinois-born Bess Katramados.

Then the duo started dating and finally got married to Bess in the year 2002. From their married life, they became parents of two beautiful daughters but yet to reveal their identity. Currently, the couple is living a blissful married life with any rumors of divorce. 

What's Melissa Ann Piavis Net Worth? 

As we already mentioned Melissa Ann Piavis came into popularity after her marriage with Big Show. She surely has been working in some sort of profession and earning money. Melissa has been living a comfortable life out of her income. According to reports, Melissa Ann Piavis has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

 Also, she might receive a hefty sum of money from her divorce settlement with WWE superstar Big Show. But her ex-husband Big Show collected a net worth of $20 million from his professional career. He brings in a monstrous measure of cash from his wrestling career. He acquires a yearly salary of around $1 Million from WWE.

Who is Melissa Ann Piavis Ex-Husband?

Melissa Ann Piavis's ex-husband's real name is Paul Donald Wight II but popular by his stage name Big Show. He is an American professional wrestler and actor born on February 8, 1972. In the year 1994, he started his professional wrestling career. But he signed with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in the year 1995 under the ring name The Giant, initially introduced as "the son of André the Giant".

He left WCW in early 1999 and signed a multi-year contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Big Show became a seven-time world champion, having held the WCW World Heavyweight Championship twice, the WWF/WWE Championship twice, WWE's World Heavyweight Championship twice between WWF/WWE and WCW career. 
Besides his wrestling career, he has appeared in feature films and television series such as Jingle All the Way, The Waterboy, Star Trek: Enterprise, and two USA Network's comedy-drama Royal Pains, Psych, and the action-drama Burn Notice. Big Show had his first lead role, in the comedy film Knucklehead in the year 2010 produced by WWE Studios.