Jessie Graff

TV Actress

Jessie Graff was born in New York City, New York, United States on January 12th, 1984 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 40, Jessie Graff biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Jessica Lauren Graff, Jessie, Tumbleweed
Date of Birth
January 12, 1984
United States
Place of Birth
New York City, New York, United States
40 years old
Zodiac Sign
Pole Vaulter, Stunt Performer
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Jessie Graff Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 40 years old, Jessie Graff has this physical status:

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37-27-36" or 94-68.5-91.5 cm
Jessie Graff Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Urbana High School
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Dating / Affair
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Tom Graff, Ginny MacColl
Jessie Graff Career

Collegiate sports career

Graff is 5 foot (8.73 meters) tall. At 15:56.30, she set her personal record (PB) in the 5000m run (13 ft 8 in) and an indoor pole vault PB of 4.20 meters (13 ft 9 in). Graff held the pole vault record at Georgia Tech and the University of Nebraska.

Stuntwoman career

Graff began stunting in 2007 and has appeared in several television shows and films, including X-Men: First Class, Make It or Break It, Another Period, Bridesmaids, Knight and Day, Bad Teacher, John Carter, Leverage, and Sons of Anarchy.

She has performed many stunts, the sides of bridges or buildings, or complete wipeouts as a stuntwoman. She has said she is still learning new skills from other stunt artists who specialize in particular areas.

As of 2016, her most recent high-profile stunt work was for the CBS/CW show Supergirl.

Young Diana participates in an Amazon athletic competition that mimics Ninja Warrior in the first scene of the 2020 film Wonder Woman 1984; Graff portrays a rival. She was also one of Gal Gadot's stunt doubles.

Obstacle competitor career

Graff appeared on the obstacle course show Wipeout's tenth episode of the first season in 2008. She was disqualified in the penultimate round and did not make it to the Wipeout Zone in that appearance.

She competed in Sasuke 34, the original Japanese version of ANW, in the summer of 2017. She was the second woman in the show's history to clear Stage 1 (the first being Chie Nishimura of Super Sentai, 19 years before Sasuke 2.) She also became the first woman to pass Stage 2, but she didn't succeed in Stage 3.

Jessie was in SASUKE 37 for the second time, with the number #98. She reached the First Stage with 31.5 seconds remaining, becoming the first woman to complete the First Stage twice despite the fact that the timer failed to adjust the timer to its desired timer. She took the second stage with a time of 16.8 seconds remaining. On the Third Stage, she made it through the first three challenges with no difficulty, but she did not succeed on the first step of the Cliffhanger Dimension, a similar failure to her predecessor, the Ultra Crazy Cliffhanger in SASUKE 34. This time, she was able to grab the second ledge but was unable to continue.

Graff appeared on The Titan Games season 2 as a professional Titan. Since she had started stem cell therapy for shoulder and neck pain, she had a chance of not competing.

She was the first woman to register in a City Finals course on season 5 (2013) of American Ninja Warrior (although she did not complete the qualification program). She did not participate in season 6 (2014) of American Ninja Warrior because she had a serious knee injury. She appeared at Stage One in Las Vegas in season 7, but not on the Warped Wall.

She became the first woman in the Los Angeles qualifying round of the American Ninja Warrior Union to make it up the new 14 1/2-foot Warped Wall and advanced to the city finals with professional rock climber Natalie Duran. This was the first time two women made it to the Top 30. Graff did not finish the course in the Los Angeles city finals but finished second overall based on the show's "the fastest the fastest" metric. This was her first appearance in a city tournament since 2016. Mt. vs. Mt. makes the national finals for the season 8. Midoriyama, Graff was the first woman to complete Stage 1, finishing fourth overall. On Stage 1 in Las Vegas, she was also the first woman to scale the Warped Wall. Following her triumph, a stop-motion LEGO video influenced by her appearance was released shortly after.

In 2017, she became the first woman to compete in and successfully finish Stage 2 in Las Vegas, although this was part of the USA vs. Rather than a regular season, the World Championship took place, and there was no time limit. She was the first woman to represent the United States in the competition. American Ninja Warrior season 9, she fell on the 5th hurdle in the Daytona city qualifier during the 2017 regular season. She got through it during the city finals and then advanced to the final Elevator Climb, which she did not finish. Overall, she came in fourth place out of all the participants in the city finals. She fell on stage 1's last hurdle in the National Finals.

She completed the Miami City qualifier course atop the Warped Wall in 2018 for the 10th place finish overall for the night. She made it to her ninth finish in the Miami city finals before collapsing, but it wasn't quite fast enough to guarantee her a 5th place finish overall and another trip to Las Vegas. She was then unable to participate in the Las Vegas National Finals due to filming commitments in the Canary Islands for stunt work on her project, Wonder Woman 1984.

Graff made his Ninja debut in 2019, placing eighth overall in American Ninja Warrior season 11. She came in third place overall in the city finals, but she went farther into the 9th hurdle than any other competitor. However, Graff lost early on Stage 1 after failing to make the change halfway through the Double Dipper competition last year, while Graff did not have that experience due to her Wonder Woman work.

Graff also appeared in American Ninja Warrior season 12 in 2020. She had intended to miss the season due to stem cell therapy for a shoulder and neck injury, but she continued to compete regardless of the conditions. She appeared in the first filming but was interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which allowed her to rest and recover from her medical care.

Graff had to miss season 13 due to an injury suffered in season 12 in 2021.


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