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Ann Marie Crooks
Ring name(s) Midnight
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
Billed weight 206 lb (93 kg; 14.7 st)[1]
Born Kingston, Jamaica
Billed from Harlem, New York
Trained by WCW Power Plant[1]
Debut November 8, 1999[1]
Retired 2001

Ann Marie Crooks is a Jamaican-born American former female bodybuilder and professional wrestler. She was previously working for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in 1999 as Midnight.[1]

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Early life

Before getting into bodybuilding, Crooks had considered a career in aeronautical engineering but chose to go into the Air Force, where she spent two years in Germany.

Bodybuilding

As a bodybuilder, Crooks won the Ms. Sunshine State competition in 1992 and placed well in several other bodybuilding events through 1998, finishing as high as 2nd place in the 1994 National Physique Committee (NPC) Nationals (heavyweights).

World Championship Wrestling

In 1999, she began a short career in with World Championship Wrestling, wrestling under the name Midnight. She acted as the valet and storyline sibling of Harlem Heat's Booker T and Stevie Ray.[1] She trained at the WCW Power Plant.[1] During her time with WCW, she made appearances at both Starrcade 1999 and Souled Out 2000. Her last match was in 2001 against Nicole Bass.

In wrestling

After wrestling

She currently owns a boutique near Fort Lauderdale, Florida.[1] It features mid-century modern furnishings.[1] Besides running a furniture boutique, she's also a licensed Realtor.[1] She is married to Michael Valerie.[3]

Contest history (bodybuilding)

  • 1992 Ms. Sunshine State - 1st
  • 1993 Ms. Florida - 1st
  • 1993 NPC Nationals - 4th (HW)
  • 1993 IFBB North American Championship - 2nd (HW)
  • 1994 NPC Nationals - 2nd (HW)
  • 1996 NPC Nationals - 3rd (HW)
  • 1998 NPC USA Championship - 4th (HW)[4]
  • 1998 NPC Nationals - 8th (HW)[4]

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