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Through The Shattered Glass
Jeanie Clarke is a former entrepreneur, model, and professional wrestling valet from Southend-on-Sea, England. She is most famous for her appearances with Joint Promotions on ITV’s World of Sport, the United States Wrestling Association, and World Championship Wrestling, where she performed under the name Lady Blossom. In 1991, Clarke decided to retire from wrestling to concentrate on her family life, and married Steve Austin two years later. She famously came up with his ‘Stone Cold’ persona, developing an edgy character which drove the professional wrestling industry to unforeseen heights. Jeanie remained close to the industry during the boom period of the ‘Attitude Era’ of the World Wrestling Federation, before returning to the United Kingdom in 2001. Despite achieving success in business and entertainment, her greatest accomplishments were to raise her children and to survive a seventeen-year addiction to drugs.
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