Daffney Unger : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death

Daffney Unger was an American professional wrestler, valet, and actress know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death

Name Daffney unger
Birthdate ( Age) 17 July 1975,
Place of Birth Lucius D. Clay Kaserne
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Rich Ward
Children Not Known
Parents Name not Known
Profession American professional wrestler, valet, and actress
Net Worth $4 Million
Last Update September 2021

Shannon Claire Spruill was an American professional wrestler, valet, and actress, better known by her ring name Daffney.

She is best known for her appearances with World Championship Wrestling between 1999 and 2001 and with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling from 2008 to 2011.

Early Life and Family

As a “military brat”, Shannon Claire Spruill was born on July 17, 1975, at the Wiesbaden Army Airfield, a United States Air Force base in Wiesbaden, West Germany, where her father was stationed. In 1976, her family returned to the United States, residing first in Salt Lake City, Utah, then in Savannah, Georgia and finally on the Scott Air Force Base in St. Clair County, Illinois. They relocated to Oxford in the United Kingdom for three years, before moving to the Ramstein Air Base in Germany until 1987, when her father, by then a Lieutenant Colonel, retired.

Daffney unger Husband

Spruill was married to guitarist Rich Ward of Stuck Mojo and Fozzy.There is no information about their kids on social media.

Daffney unger Net Worth

Shannon Claire Spruill was an American professional wrestler, valet, and actress who han an estimated Net Worth of $4 Million.

Professional Career

In November 1999, she responded to a World Championship Wrestling (WCW) contest looking to acquire new talent and was hired.In WCW, Spruill played Daffney, the mentally deranged, besotted girlfriend of David Flair, managing him and Crowbar. One of Daffney’s hallmarks was a piercing scream when she was lurking at ringside.

The gimmick was based in part on Mallory Knox, the character played by Juliette Lewis in the film Natural Born Killers. Spruill has cited Batman supervillainess Harley Quinn as the original inspiration for the character.Spruill’s first appearance was on the December 6 episode of Nitro, when she was shown sitting on her bed and chanting Flair’s name.

Daffney’s gimmicks included frequently changing hair color, a wide selection of T-Shirts decorated with amusing or bizarre slogans, and her loud screams. She began screaming at the suggestion of WCW writer Ed Ferrara.She was released by WCW on February 2, 2001 due to budget cutbacks.

Spruill re-emerged in TNA on the June 5, 2008 episode of TNA Impact! as Daffney. She was planted in the audience along with fellow wrestlers Amber O’Neal and Becky Bayless. The three women volunteered to wrestle Awesome Kong in the $25,000 Challenge. Daffney was selected and subsequently defeated by Kong.

As a result of having her hair cut by the Beautiful People on the March 19 episode of Impact!, Spruill transformed into her old Daffney ring name and gimmick on the April 2 episode of Impact!, when she appeared in on-screen psychiatrist Dr. Stevie’s office for a therapy session.

In early 2009 Spruill took part in the first season tapings of Wrestlicious, which started airing in March 2010, using the character of Draculetta. She debuted on March 17 in the main event of the third episode of Takedown, teaming with White Magic in a tag team match, where they lost via disqualification to the team of Lacey Von Erich and Amber Lively.

In August 2018, Daffney made an appearance on Ring of Honor wrestling television for the Women of Honor Championship tournament between Sumie Sakai and Kelly Klein. After Sakai defeated Klein for the tournament, Daffney and the other women congratulated Sakai for her victory.