- Mother Judy Copeland
- Birth Name Adam Joseph Copeland
- Net Worth $14 million
- Currently Married Yes
- Birth Country rangeville, Ontario in the city of Canada.
- Married to Alannah Morley 2001, Lisa Ortiz 2004, Beth Phoenix 2016,
- Famous Name Edge (wrestler)
- Children 2 Daughter named Lyric Rose Ruby Ever Copeland.Copeland
- Divorce Aaron Downey in 2004, Lisa Ortiz 2005
- Nationality Canadian
- Affair with Amy Dumas
- Ethnicity white
Adam Copeland is popularly known as the Edge and is an actor, former WWE superstar and retired professional wrestler, who is currently starring as one of the leads in the fifth season of the popular television series HAVEN on Syfy.
How Much Is Net Worth and Endorsements of Adam Copeland?
Adam is 6 feet and 5 inches tall and he weighs over 109 kg also to be said that he has a very strong and dynamic body due to his profession.
Adam Copeland has an estimated net worth of $14 million in 2019, $6 million more in comparison to fellow wrestler, Daniel Bryan including all of his properties and assets.
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His salary is not specified and as a wrestler. Adam is a very well-known person worldwide and he has been using Twitter as his social media and has a lot of followers and fans.
Is Adam Copeland Married? Know His Personal Life
In 1998, Copeland began a relationship Alannah Morley, the sister of Sean Morley, and they got married on November 8, 2001. Alannah was his first wife. The couple divorced after just over two years of marriage on March 10, 2004.
Then he married Lisa Ortiz his second wife on October 21, 2004. Soon after his second marriage, Copeland started an affair with Amy Dumas, and their relationship became public knowledge in February 2005, resulting in Copeland’s divorce from Ortiz on November 17, 2005. He has two children. On December 12, 2013, Copeland and former WWE wrestler, Beth Phoenix had a daughter and named her Lyric Rose Copeland.
On May 31, 2016, their second daughter was born, they named her Ruby Ever Copeland. Copeland and Phoenix married on October 30, 2016, which was Copeland’s 43rd birthday. During the time of Adam’s wrestling career, he had some rumors to be solved but he dismissed it as if he had no time for all that stupidity created by the media as per Adam’s rule. He was also not a controversial man in his wrestling career or in his acting.
There are some brands used by Adam Copeland which cannot be specified but he is not into promoting any of them. There are no social activities done by Adam Copeland till now because he was involved in wrestling since his 17’s and he was not interested to do any social works for the welfare of his name. He is a good friend of a fellow wrestler, Dolph Ziggler and Braun Strowman.
Early Life of Adam Copeland
Adam Copeland was born as Adam Joseph Copeland on 30 October 1973, to a Canadian parent, Judy Copeland. His nationality is Canadian and belongs to white ethnicity. He was born in Orangeville, Ontario in the city of Canada.
Copeland was interested in professional wrestling at a young age. At 17, he won an essay contest with his local gym, and his prize was free wrestling training with Sweet Daddy Siki and Ron Hutchinson in Toronto. He put his wrestling aspirations aside to help pay the bills. He did numerous jobs and then attended Humber College, where he graduated with a degree in radio broadcasting.
Professional Career of Adam Copeland
Copeland used to play hockey with retired National Hockey League (NHL) player Aaron Downey. He is best known for his long tenure in the professional wrestling promotion WWE, where he is a member of the WWE Hall of Fame. In the late 1990s, he wrestled in various U.S. independent promotions. He competed in several singles and tag team competition, the latter with long-time friend Christian.
Copeland signed a developmental deal with the WWF in 1997 and began competing for the company. Later that year; he made his televised debut the following June under the ring name Edge. Winning 31 overall championships in WWE, he is one of the most decorated professional wrestlers of all-time.
Apart from wrestling, Copeland appeared in the fantasy film Highlander: Endgame and WWE Studios' Bending the Rules. He appeared on the SyFy series Haven as recurring character Dwight Hendrickson, and also appeared as recurring character Kjetill Flatnose in the fifth season of Vikings.