Who is Missy Rothstein?
Missy Rothstein is an American actress, reality celebrity, model as well as a photographer, but who is most popular for being the ex-spouse of the famous American skateboarder, entertainer, musician and television personality – Bam Margera.
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Melissa ‘Missy‘ Rothstein was born under the zodiac sign of Gemini on the 3rd June 1980, in Springfield, Pennsylvania, and is of American nationality and white ethnicity. Upon matriculating from West Chester East High School, where she first met her future husband Bam, she enrolled at Penn State University from which she later graduated, obtaining her Bachelor’s degree majoring in communication.
In 2003, Missy made her debut on-camera appearance when she appeared in Margera’s romantic comedy movie “Haggard”. In 2005 she starred in a couple of episodes of the fifth season of Bam’s own TV reality show entitled “Viva La Bam”, following the everyday lives of his family and friends while performing a variety of challenges and pranks on each other. Additionally, she made a notable on-camera appearance in Margera’s holiday-themed 2008 comedy movie entitled “Bam Margera Presents: Where the ♯$&% Is Santa?” while in 2009, Rothstein appeared in the music video for the CKY’s song “A#1 Roller Rager”.
Marriage with Margera
Missy and Bam met during their junior year at West Chester East High School. After Margera’s seven-year-long relationship with Jenn Rivell came to an end in 2005, he and Missy reconnected and soon after began dating, and less than a year later announced their engagement. Prior to their wedding, “Bam’s Unholy Union” TV reality series began airing on MTV and MTV Canada, and through the course of nine episodes, it showed their preparations for the big day.
The audience could take a detailed insight into Bam’s and Missy’s pre-wedding days, including buying a wedding dress and rings, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner as well as Bam’s Las Vegas’ bachelor party, and Missy’s bachelorette party in Palm Springs, California. One of the episodes was dedicated to Missy’s nude posing photo session for Playboy magazine, while the show’s final episode was dedicated to the wedding ceremony itself. It was held on the 3rd February 2007, and took place at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in front of nearly 350 guests who were entertained by The Sounds and Iggy Pop and the Stooges.
Although it all passed smoothly, as shown on the small screens, Bam later admitted that the Jackass crew was responsible for making total damage estimated at $13,000 during the ceremony. The newly married couple spent their honeymoon in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
However, after just three years of married life, in 2010 it was publically revealed that Missy and Bam had separated, and were living in different cities. Their divorce was eventually finalized in November 2012.
Brandon Cole ‘Bam’ Margera was born on the 28th September 1979, in West Chester, Pennsylvania, of American nationality and white ethnicity, the younger son of beautician and hair-dresser April, and her husband Phil Margera who was a bookkeeper; he has an older brother named Jess. Bam. He began attending West Chester East High School, but dropped out after his junior year.
Bam’s skateboarding career began in 1997, and not long after he began recording himself skateboarding and doing stunts which eventually became “CKY” – Camp Kill Yourself video series.
Due to the popularity that these videos roused among the audience, alongside several friends Margera founded the CKY Crew, which then released three more skating motion pictures, simply labeled as “CKY2K”, “CKY3” and “CKY4”. On the path to stardom Margera stepped in late 2000. When with Steve-O, Johnny Knoxville, Dave England and Chris Pontius, he joined the crew of “Jackass“. A series popular for its crazy and often life-threatening stunts and quite cruel and controversial pranks, “Jackass” aired on MTV for three seasons ’til 2007, producing a total of 55 episodes as well as six spin-off movies, such as “Jackass: The Movie” (2002), “Jackass Number Two” (2006), “Jackass 3D” (2010) and the 2013 Oscar-nominated comedy film “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa”.
Margera’s other memorable on-camera performances include appearances in movies such as “Grind” (2003), “Minghags” (2009) and “The Bates Haunting” (2012).
To greater prominence Margera came in 2003, when his own TV reality series “Viva la Bam” began airing on MTV. As a Jackass’ spin-off show, it was written and produced by Margera himself, and filmed at his 14-acres-large Castle Bam property in Pennsylvania. Being aired for five seasons ’til 2006, it featured his family members and friends, and produced a total of 40 episodes, each with a specific theme, mission or a task to complete.
From 2001 to 2016, Bam ‘rode’ as a member of the Team Element skateboarding crew, before he officially retired in 2017.
In August 2019 the LAPD arrested Margera after he refused to check-out from the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel in LA, California, while a couple of days later he was hospitalized due to edema. Bam’s alcoholism is well known as it’s resulted in a number of public incidents, including arrests, and several half-hearted attempts at rehab, the latest in late 2019.