Wrestling By The Numbers: Suzanne ‘Vivian St. John’ Miller
The professional wrestling industry has been morning the death of retired female competitor Suzanne ‘Vivian St. John’ Miller. The 63-year-old Cincinnati Ohio native passed away back on December 20th in Fort Lauderdale Florida after a long battle with heart related issues. Miller, who is best remember for her Cowgirl tag-team with partner Sue Green, was a 12-year veteran of the squared circle who first debuted back in 1974 after having been trained by WWE Hall Of Famer The Fabulous Moolah. She was one of the prominent women wrestlers during her career who was promoted by Moolah working for numerous top promotions. She competed for the World Wrestling Federation from 1976 through 1982 and also made appearances in the American Wrestling Association and in Puerto Rico. She worked for numerous NWA territories including Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, Championship Wrestling From Florida, the Universal Wrestling Federation, the Continental Wrestling Association and the St. Louis Wrestling Club.
Suzanne Miller decided to retire from the business in 1986 shortly after becoming pregnant with her daughter Nicole. Miller was married to wrestler Ron Starr and her brother Bryan also competed in the industry. She was known as an eccentric women who was a devout Luciferian believer who after retiring from wrestling became a psychic and fortune teller. Her new identity became Lady Suzanne and she even contributed to ‘Cursed And Their Reversals’ which was a book published in 2012. During the final months of her life Miller was cared for by fellow female wrestling alumni Leilani Kai who opened her home and provided care to her ailing former colleague and good friend.
Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Suzanne ‘Vivian St. John’ Miller by the numbers…
World Wrestling Federation:
* 1 Match on WWF Championship Wrestling.
* 3 Matches on WWF On MSG Network.
* 1 Match on WWF On PRISM Network.
NWA: Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling:
* 1 Match on MACW Television.