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Kimberly Lynne Bacon (born January 1, 1970) is an American former professional wrestling celebrity.
Kimberly Page, a ring name known as Kimberly Page of The World Championship Wrestling, was the queen of The Nitro Girls and the valet for her then-husband wrestler Diamond Dallas Page.
She appeared in Playboy newsstand pictorials from 1994 to 1999, and she was featured in Iron Man magazine for her fitness workouts.
"The Diamond Doll," Diamond Dallas Page's valet, made her first WCW television appearance in 1994.
Page was embroiled in a feud with Dave Sullivan, who had objected to how Page handled her. Page won that feud, but Kimberly was eliminated in a match against Johnny B. Badd at the WCW World War III pay-per-view tournament in 1995. Badd escorted her and she became his valet, simply going by the name of Kimberly. Mero's grandmother became The Booty Babe for The Booty Man, who had recently shed his "Zodiac" gimmick and headed to the Dungeon of Doom after Mero left for the World Wrestling Federation. The gimmick didn't last until late 1996.
Kimberly did not appear on WCW television again until March 1997's Uncensored, when she regained Page (now a face) after she had refused to sign the New World Order as part of his rivalry with "Macho Man" Randy Savage, who had interrupted a Gene Okerlund interview with Page. Miss Elizabeth then flashed an NWO-defaced centerfold of Kimberly from Playboy's 1997 'Nude Celebrities' website, after which Kimberly herself appeared on stage after being spray-painted off-screen by the NWO. The segment was also the first public announcement of Page and Kimberly as a married couple.
Kimberly founded The Nitro Girls in July after the Page/Savage feud came to an end. They performed on WCW's Monday Nitro to entice the viewers. The Nitro Girls were given their own official website, while several members of Penthouse appeared in a non-nude pictorial in September 1998 and filmed a 1999 pay-per-view. Kimberly became involved in an angle that saw her stalked by Scott Steiner in Page attacking Steiner in the arena parking garage on February 8 of WCW Monday Nitro, where Steiner led her to her car and tried to drive over Page in the garage. Kimberly (actually a stunt woman) was thrown from the vehicle by her father, who was later arrested in an ambulance.
Kimberly was accompanied by Page as his valet in October 1999. On the WCW Monday Nitro episode on November 1, 1999, she departed the Nitro Girls and later played against David Flair at Mayhem. In 2000, she turned heel on Page to join Vince Russo and Eric Bischoff's New Blood stable. She decided it was "all about me" rather than Page in the storyline, and it was suggested that she was romantically involved with Bischoff. She had brief feuds with Miss Elizabeth and Miss Hancock, and she was also briefly partnered with Mike Awesome before she was banned from WCW in June 2000.
Page began acting at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting as a career. Her first film appearance was in 2004's The Scam Artist, a deleted scene from 2001'siva's Rat Race that was included in the DVD extras, and her first film role was in 2004's The Scam Artist.
She appeared in the 2004 short film Grayson as Horatio Caine's murdered mother in the episode "Under Suspicion." Carol, the woman whose breast fell out of her shirt when she was speaking in the 2005 film "The 40-Year Virgin," was also in the "Date-A-Palooza" scene as Carol. She works in Park City, Utah, and works in marketing and interior design.