Brittany Aubert better known by the ring name Aubrey Edwards, is an American professional wrestling referee currently signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW). She is also the promotion’s project coordinator and the co-host of AEW Unrestricted with Tony Schiavone. In August 2019, Edwards made history at AEW’s All Out, as the first woman to referee a professional wrestling world championship match on pay-per-view. She signed with AEW on September 1, 2019, becoming the promotion’s first full-time female referee.
Early Life: Aubrey Edwards
Born on March 9, 1987, the referee has refrained from sharing private details of her family. It is natural for people who have garnered fame to prefer their loved ones stay away from the limelight. Subsequently, little to nothing is known about Aubrey Edwards’ parents and siblings. Before she got into wrestling in any way, Aubrey was a ballerina. For twenty-one long years, Aubrey Edwards practiced classical ballet. The former ballerina was highly talented in art and was the lead in many productions. In addition to ballet, she was an avid contemporary dancer who poured a lot of soul and passion into her work. Aubrey Edwards has a degree in software engineering. Aubrey Edwards is on the development team as the project coordinator for AEW’s video game.
Personal Life: Aubrey Edwards
Aubrey Edwards is married to a handsome man named Stephen Chiavelli. Aubrey Edwards’ husband, Stephen is also a software engineer. Stephen who also goes by Steve also attended DigiPen Institute of Technology, and that could be where the couple met each other and fell for one another
. The software engineer popped the question at Game Developers Choice Awards in 2007, where his team won an award for their video game named Toblo. When and where the couple got married has been kept under wraps from the public. However, in a Twitter post from 2019, Aubrey stated that she had been married for ten years. Therefore, the couple must have tied the knot in 2009. The married pair are yet to welcome any children to their family and are very content with one another.
Career: Aubrey Edwards
Aubrey Edwards has a background in software engineering and computer science, having previously worked in the video game industry as a producer. Edwards was previously employed by 5th Cell, where she worked on the Scribblenauts video game series for more than six years. She started out as a tool programmer for the series’ inaugural title and eventually became lead producer of the Wii U launch title Scribblenauts Unlimited.
In August 2019, Edwards wrestled a match for the Seattle, Washington-based independent promotion 3-2-1 BATTLE!, performing under the ring name “Gearl Hebner”; she teamed with Dexter Beckett in a loss to the Legion of Gloom. In August 2019, Edwards made history at AEW’s All Out by becoming the first woman to referee a professional wrestling world championship match on pay-per-view. She signed with AEW on September 1, 2019, becoming the promotion’s first full-time female referee.
With her long career as a professional referee, it has been estimated that Aubrey Edwards’ net worth is of a substantial amount. A female referee for WWE earns an average salary of $50,000 to $100,000 annually with an additional $500 to $4,000 per match. Considering the fact that AEW has been rated higher than the WWE since its inception in 2019, the referees too must earn a good amount of money.
Aubrey Edwards stands at a great height with decent body measurements. Aubrey Edwards has a healthy body weight to match the height. She stands at avery decent height of 5ft 8 in. She has a decent body weight to match her height and hershe is weighed at 68 Kgs.
Aubrey Edwards is very popular on social media. She has gained thousands of followers since starting his career. You can check Aubrey Edwards’s Instagram here, she goes by the nickname @refaubrey. Brittany has 181k followers on his Instagram account and shares posts related to his profession and family pictures. She has 141k followers on her Twitter account and goes by the username @RefAubrey. She is also on Facebook and Pinterest.