|Date Of Birth||18 February 1957|
|Age||61 years 7 months 7 days|
|Day of Birth||Monday|
|Place Of Birth||North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, U.S.|
|Other Names||Vanna Marie Angel , Vanna Marie Rosich|
|Body Features & Measurements|
|Height|| 168 CM|
5 Feet 6 Inches
|Weight|| 55 KG|
|Shoe Size||9 (US)|
|Father||Miguel Angel Rosich|
|Love, Romance, Marriage|
|Boyfriends|| Michael Kaye (Ex) |
John Gibson (Ex)
|Ex Husband||George Santo Pietro|
|Debut (Movie)||Naked Gun 331/3: The final insult|
|Debut (TV)||The price is right|
|Favorites, Hobbies, Likes/ Dislikes|
|Indulgence||Eating ice cream|
|Social Networks, Web links|
|Wiki Page||Wiki Page|
|Facebook Profile||Facebook Profile|
|Twitter Profile||Twitter Profile|
|Instagram Profile||Instagram Profile|
White was born Vanna Marie Rosich, in Conway, South Carolin as the daughter of Joan Marie and Miguel Angel Rosich. Her parents were divorced when she was an infant, and White grew up to take the name of her stepfather, Herbert Stackley White Jr., a former real estate broker.
White dated Chippendales starrer John Gibson in the 1980s and they eventually got engaged. In 1986, Gibson was killed in a plane crash. White tied knots with restaurant owner George Santo Pietro in December 1990. White first became pregnant in September 1992 and actually it was the answer to a puzzle in Wheel of Fortune show. Through this Vanna let the entire world know that she was pregnant. She miscarried shortly after however. She later bore a son, Nicholas, born in 1994 and a daughter Giovanna (Gigi), born in 1997 from her marriage to Santo Pietro. The couple divorced in November 2002 sadly.
From 2004 to 2006, she was engaged to businessman Michael Kaye but the two never married.
In 1993, White sued the Samsung Electronics corporation on account of its humorous ad featuring a robot turning letters on a game show where she alleged a violation of her personality rights.
Initially the lower court ruled in Samsung’s favor. United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed the hearing. The Ninth Circuit denied a rehearing; Judge Kozinski issued a dissent and The U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari. White was compensated with $403,000 in damages.