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Jodi Lynn Calaway

Facts of Jodi Lynn Calaway

Full NameJodi Lynn Calaway
First NameJodi
Middle NameLynn
Last NameCalaway
ProfessionCelebrity Ex-Wife
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
SpouseThe Undertaker
No Of Children1

Jodi Lynn Calaway is best-recognized as the first wife of WWE legend, The Undertaker

The Undertaker's retirement at fifty-five

WWE's Legend retired at the age of fifty-five

His three decades career in the ring has earned him four times WWF/E championship, three times world heavyweight champion, six times WWF world tag-team champion, one time WWF Hardcore Champion, and a WCW tag-team champion

He is one of the most iconic characters who have left an indelible mark. 

His final appearance at Survivor Series left everyone in tears. His astonishing career has made his parents, Frank Calaway (father) and Betty Catherine Truby (mother), very proud.


Jodi Lynn and Undertaker first met in the 80s. They began dating before getting into marital bliss. 

They got married in the year 1989. They tied the knot when they were young. Undertaker was just 24 at the time.

She has seen her husband's career growth from close.

As a first love and a wife, she has seen her husband's career from the very beginning

From starting his career in the 80s under the WCCW banner to signing Vince McMahon's WWF, she was there for him. 

She stood by his side from the beginning until their separation.

Named her son after the name of WWE boss

Her son, Gunner Vincent Calaway, is named to tribute Undertaker's boss, WWE chairman Vince McMahon

Both Calaway and McMahon have special places for each other in their heart. 

Calaway considers McMahon as the second most influential person in his life after his father.

A decade of marital bond ended in divorce 

Their marital bond of a decade ended in divorce

They spent years of marital bliss but unfortunately, it could not last long. 

They went through a legal separation on 15th July 1999. It was harsh on her, but she has moved on from this tragedy.

Her ex-husband's second failed marriage.

Her ex-husband re-married Sara Calaway the year after their divorce

The couple who met at an event of autograph session in San Diego exchanged their wedding vows on 21st July 2000

Like before, his second marriage was also a failure. They divorced after six years of their marriage.

Jodi Lynn Calaway's ex-husband, The Undertaker, with his second wife, Sara Calaway.
Jodi Lynn Calaway's ex-husband, The Undertaker, with his second wife, Sara Calaway. Source:

Third wedding ceremony 

Undertaker is married to former two times Divas Champions Michelle McCool

The wedding ceremony took place in Houston, Texas, on 26th June 2010

Wedding picture of Jodi Lynn Calaway's ex-husband, The Undertaker, with his third wife, Michelle McCool.
Wedding picture of Jodi Lynn Calaway's ex-husband, The Undertaker, with his third wife, Michelle McCool. Source: Pinterest

Father of altogether four children 

Undertaker is the proud father of altogether four children

His eldest son, Gunner Vincent, was from his first marriage with Jodi Lynn. He was born in the year 1993

He went to Full Sail University and graduated as a video game artist

His dream job is to be an artist for a team in a production company for video games

He is the only child from his first marriage

He shares two daughters with his second wife, Sara Calaway

His daughters, Chasey Calaway and Gracie Calaway were born in the year 2002 and 2005, respectively. 

His youngest daughter Kaia Faith Calaway with the third wife, Michelle, was born in the year 2012.

Jodi Lynn Calaway's ex-husband, The Undertaker, and son, Gunner Vincent.
Jodi Lynn Calaway's ex-husband, The Undertaker, and son, Gunner Vincent.

Where is she now?

Jodi used to live a private life while she was in marital bliss with her spouse

Likewise, she is not living a public life right now.

The Undertaker on living his character over the years and life after retirement

During one of the episodes of Out Of Character with Ryan Satin, the living legend The Undertaker discussed living with his character over the years and life after retirement. 

As a child growing up, Mark Calaway was always fascinated with scary stuff and even death. 

There was a time when his family members worked in a funeral home, so he was always around caskets as a child.

He finds it funny now how things work out because little did he know at the time where his career and his future were going to go. 

He was in kindergarten when he was in embalming rooms. Reminiscing his memory, he recalled being in an embalming room after the service was delayed for a couple of hours. 

According to him, they were going to have a service and had already bought the casket and the deceased in the casket. 

Since there was nobody in the chapel, the service was not going to start for a couple of hours, so he decided to go up and see up close the deceased. 

He went to the casket, peeked in, and swore that the corpse inside moved. Who knew being around the funeral homes from a young age would end up being a big part of his character. 

It was before 1991 before he wrestled Hogan in the survivor series and won the title. 

At the time, he had already felt the momentum and the difference in his character presented as opposed to a lot of characters. 

He realized to be different from others was always his ultimate goal. 

So, he always studied and watched whoever was on top and was always thinking about what he was going to do so that he could be different from others. 

Then he studied Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers etc. and presented himself with the character he developed as The Undertaker and had in his mind to give credibility to his character because the character itself was over the top. 

He thought he got to make people believe even when people did see him in the airport or out.

And the funny thing is that half of the people would ask him,” Are you really dead”?

Especially during the first four years when everybody coming out of the arena would get mobbed up by people while people would move away from him, and he didn’t have to say anything to people. 

People at the time didn’t know how to take him and it just kind of became his way of life. 

He didn’t make himself approachable in almost every situation and every place. 

It was always in his mind that he was going to have people believe that what they saw on T.V was the same guy that they saw walking in the airport. 

He rarely smiled, and since there wasn’t the internet back then, it was just him living in character and even in a lot of family photos, he is stoned-face. 

He describes his off-screen personality as a lot lighter and nearly as dark as what people see on TV. 

Besides that, he loves cutting up and playing practical jokes at this point now after retirement. 

There was a long period when it was hard for him to shut off his character, and because he lived with that character, it sometimes bled into his personal life. 

But these days, he is rediscovering who Mark Calaway is, and a lot of things he sacrificed for his career and the character he is getting to do now is cool. 

He is finally getting to spend quality time with his kids and wife, where he is no longer sitting thinking about his opponent and what he can do differently there. 

He misses being in the ring as he has spent over three decades on T.V. He says if his body would have allowed it, he would probably still be out there. 

But he makes a much bigger effort now to do those kinds of things while he still can, and it’s nice being able to go hunting and fishing and hanging out with kids on the beach, he added.

Net Worth 

Her net worth is not revealed. But we have the net worth of her ex-husband, who has earned an impressive amount. 

He has also showcased his acting skill with his debut film "Suburban Commando." 

 YearNet worth
The Undertaker2020$17 million 


  1. Her age is under review.

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Updated On Sun May 22 2022 Published On Fri Nov 27 2020 By shaumya

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