|Ring names||Renee Young|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Born||September 19 1985|
Renee Paquette (September 19, 1985) better known as Renee Young is a Canadian sports broadcaster and actress who works for World Wrestling Entertainment as a backstage interviewer, commentator and host of WWE Active and Pay-Per-View Kickoff shows.
She was featured on the show Gotta Grudge? early in her career.
Before joining the official WWE team, Young worked for The Score Television Network in Canada. She did commentary for the twice-weekly show Right After Wrestling (which aired Tuesdays after the Raw Replay, and directly after Friday Night Smackdown) which was later renamed Aftermath. She worked with Mauro Ranallo, Arda Ocal and Jimmy Korderas.
After she was recruited by the WWE, the post-Smackdown airing of the show was cancelled and Arda and Jimmy continued to host a post-Raw show.
Renee co-hosts Vintage Collection with Gene Okerlund where she originally went by her actual surname Paquette before WWE changed it to 'Young'. She also co-hosts Classics on Demand and does commentary on old wrestling shows with Matt Striker.
She also interviews male and female wrestlers on NXT.
She has been featured doing on-air interviews on Smackdown, and interviewed the Big Show on the WrestleMania 29 post-show (distributed via YouTube) which was re-aired on the following Monday Night Raw.
On the July 2 episode of WWE Superstars, Renee Young made history. Young became the first female in WWE history to sit behind the broadcast table and call the action. Every Thursday at 10:00 PM ET on the WWE Network, you can catch Renee Young and Tom Phillips call all the action on WWE Superstars.