Birth name Ophelia April Johnson
Born May 12, 1998 (age 21)
Resides Tweed Heads, NSW
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Ophelia Johnson
Billed height 5'2
Billed weight 98 pounds
Billed from Scottsdale, Arizona
Trained by Trip Johnson
Debut 2015

Ophelia April Johnson (born May 12, 1998) is an American professional wrestler, signed to Millennium Wrestling under the ring name Cheesecake.

She is the daughter of retired professional wrestler Trip Johnson.

Professional wrestling

Down Under Wrestling (2015)

Johnson made her professional wrestling debut in Down Under Wrestling on November 7, where she faced Women's Champion Rebecca Saint in a losing effort.

IYHWF (2016-present)

Cheesecake debuted in IYHWF on the December 18, 2016 edition of Ruckus, where she defeated Zoe Alverez. The following week, she defeated the debuting Wendy House.

Championships and accomplishments

Down Under Wrestling

Personal life

Ophelia is the half-sister of Light Grenades lead singer Britta, professional wrestler Alex Johnson, and professional wrestling commentator Austin Tejas. Before she became a wrestler herself, she made many meet-and-greet appearances with her father. Johnson is close friends with Australian professional wrestler Kelsey Spencer.

Ophelia has her own YouTube channel, where she posts random videos of herself and her friends. Through her videos, it's been made clear that due to a difference in opinions, Ophelia and Britta do not get along.

She is an avid wrestling fan, and is seen often at wrestling events. In July 2015, on her official Twitter account, Ophelia announced that she was undertaking wrestling training at the TYA Wrestling Academy, under the guidance of her father.

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