Devin Taylor Biography
Devin Taylor is an American professional wrestler, model and television personality. She is best known for her work as a backstage interviewer for WWE’s developmental territory, NXT, where she performed under the ring name Devin Teiro.
How old is Devin Taylor? – Age
She will turn 35 on February 3, 2023. She was born in 1988 in San Diego, California, USA. Her real name is Brittany Christine Fetkin.
Devin Taylor Family – Education
She has Japanese, Lithuanian and Ukrainian ancestry. Fetkin holds a BA in Broadcast Journalism from Loyola Her Marymount University. A football player since she was a child, Fetkin competed in the World Youth Championships in Sweden, where she won awards as an athlete during her formative years.
Devin Taylor Height
Her height is 1.63 meters. Devin Taylor Net Worth
Devin Taylor Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is $5 million.
Devin Taylor The Bachelor
Fettkin appeared as a contestant on the 20th season of ABC’s reality show The Bachelor in 2015. She was eliminated in her first episode. The Unhitched Male is her series of American unscripted dating and relationship television that aired on ABC’s Walk 25 in 2002.
Chris Harrison hosted the show for the first 25 seasons. Due to its popularity as a representative work of the original “Bachelor” series, numerous spin-off works such as “Bachelorette”, “Bachelor Pad” and “Bachelor in Paradise” were born.
The Bachelor presents:
After Paradise, The Bachelor Winter Games, Mind Your Heart, The Lone Ranger:
Many world-famous versions of the program were born, including “The Most Wonderful Seasons Ever!” and “The Brilliant Unhitched.” On May 16, 2023, ABC resumed the series to begin its 28th season
Devin Taylo WWE
In 2013, Fettkin signed a contract with WWE and was sent to WWE’s development arm, NXT, where he was given the ring name Devin. Taylor made her NXT debut as a backstage interviewer on November 20th. She has also competed in the ring at NXT live events, where she has gained particular attention in diva tag team battles.
WWE formally confirmed on October 9, 2015 that Fettkin was released from his WWE contract due to injury issues that hindered his progress in training. WWE Breaking Ground aired the show upon its release.