• Missy Rothstein is an American celebrity ex-wife, born in Springfield, Pennsylvania USA in 1980.
• She made her acting debut in 2003 and is best known for her marriage to Bam Margera and starring in his reality TV series “Bam’s Unholy Union” and music video "Dead Girls Are Easy" by The 69 Eyes.
• The two divorced in 2012, with Bam’s drinking problem being one of the reasons.
• After the divorce, Missy tweeted that she was happy being single.
• Bam Margera is best known for his involvement in the show “Jackass” and series “Viva la Bam” and has had a long history of alcohol abuse.
Who is Missy Rothstein?
She came into the limelight as the wife of Bam Margera, one of the cast members of the stunt show “Jackass”, and when the two divorced, people wanted to know what happened. If you are one of those interested in the life of this celebrity ex-wife, let us tell you the untold truth about Missy Rothstein.
She was born in Springfield, Pennsylvania USA, holds American nationality, and her ethnicity is White. Her birth name is Melissa Rothstein, and her zodiac sign is Gemini, since she celebrates her birthday on 3 June, was born in 1980, and so is aged 42 as of February 2023.
Education and career as an actress
When it comes to her educational background, she attended West Chester High School, and upon matriculating in 1998, she enrolled at Penn State University, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications in 2002.
Missy made her acting debut as Beth in the 2003 romantic comedy “Haggard”, written, directed by, and starring Bam Margera. She made an appearance as Sorority Chick in the 2009 comedy “Minghags”, also written, directed by, and starring her ex-husband, then In the following year, Missy acted in the music video for the song “Dead Girls Are Easy” by The 69 Eyes.
Marriage with Bam Margera
Missy and Bam were childhood friends and also high school sweethearts. In early 2006, they met again after several years, and it seems that the ardor of their love hadn’t died; the two became engaged that same year. The events leading up to their wedding were chronicled in the reality TV series “Bam’s Unholy Union”. They received an offer from Playboy magazine to pose nude together, which Missy accepted, and she was photographed by Bam.
Their wedding was held at the Loews Hotel in Philadelphia, on 3 February 2007, in the presence of around 350 family members and friends. During his appearance in the show “LA Ink”, Bam shared with Kat Von D, that he paid over $10,000 in damage that occurred during the celebration of his and Missy’s wedding, although he added that he was kind of ready for that since the “Jackass” crew was invited.
The couple seemed happy and in love, and spent their honeymoon in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Fellow Jackass'er Bam Margera and Missy Rothstein make an appearance on the black carpet.
In the summer of 2009, Bam was hospitalized after a four-day alcoholic binge, and it seems that one of the reasons for his and Missy’s divorce was his drinking problem. By 2010, the two were living in separate cities, and would meet once a week; Bam cheated on Missy, but according to him, she knew about his girlfriends, however, they decided to divorce, finalized in November 2012; they didn’t have children.
Where is she today? What is she doing?
After the divorce, Missy tweeted that she was happy being single, and that she went to Hawaii. It isn’t clear if she moved there or just went on vacation, and since her Instagram account is private, it’s hard to find more information about her current life.
More about Bam Margera
Born Brandon Margera under the zodiac sign of Libra on 28 September 1979, he’s better known by his stage name Bam Margera. His grandfather called him ‘Bam Bam’, since when he was a toddler he would purposely run into walls. His high school friends shortened it to ‘Bam’.
He’s a West Chester, Pennsylvania native, and was raised by his parents Phil and April alongside his brother Jess, who is now the drummer of the rock band called CKY.
— Screen Rant (@screenrant) February 12, 2021
Bam dropped out of high school after his junior year, and was subsequently homeschooled by his mother. He passed the General Educational Development tests, receiving his General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
He gained fame in the early 2000s, as one of the crew members of the show “Jackass” and its sequels. Prior to his appearance in this stunt show, Bam was a professional skateboarder, and took videos of himself and his friends doing stunts – their first movie “Landspeed: CKY” was released in 1999, based on skateboarding spills and thrills, but also featuring some insane stunts done by Bam, his brother Jess, and their friends, Brandon DiCamillo, Ryan Dunn, and Chris Raab, among others. The director of “Jackass”, Jeff Tremaine, noticed Bam’s videos and soon Bam became part of the “Jackass” team.
Bam is the creator of the series “Viva la Bam”, which aired on Music Television (MTV) from 2003 through 2005, and featured Bam in his attempts to anger his parents. The show brought Bam two Teen Choice Award nominations for TV – Choice Reality Star (Male), and for Choice TV Reality/Variety Star – Male.
Although he was seen in one scene of the 2022 movies “Jackass Forever” and “Jackass 4.5”, in February 2021, he was fired from the filming due to his behavior over recent years. His problem with alcohol escalated, and he was several times hospitalized due to alcoholic intoxication. Bam entered a rehab program a few times, but he would never remain sober longer than six months after leaving the rehabilitation center.
Speaking of his personal life, before he married Missy, Bam was engaged to Jenn Rivell, who was seen in some of his projects, including “Viva la Bam”. The two were in a seven-year-long relationship that ended in 2005 – allegedly, Jenn broke into Bam’s house in November 2006, so he asked for a restraining order.
After his and Missy’s divorce, Bam married Nicole Boyd, who is only known as his wife. The two married on 5 October 2013, in Reykjavik, Iceland, and on 23 December 2017, Bam and Nicole welcomed a son they named Phoenix Wolf. In September 2021, Nicole filed for child custody of the boy, but not for divorce.
In May 2022, Bam announced that he’d completed a year of sobriety treatment, but just a month later, he was reported missing. He was found a week later, and voluntarily returned to rehab, but from June to September, he was four times reported missing after fleeing rehab. The most recent news about Bam is that in December 2022 he was hospitalized suffering from COVID-19, but was soon released.