Sha-Ri has a degree in psychology.
It is rumored that Sha-Ri was fired from American Gladiators because she married someone from a rival television show.
Sha-Ri took first place in the Pride of LA bodybuilding competition in 1986.
Sha-Ri's favorite American Gladiators event was the Joust.
While working on American Gladiators, Sha-Ri was accepted into law school.
Sha-Ri trained for the both 1988 and 1992 Olympics. She was coached by Bob Kersee.
Photographer Bill Dobbins credited Sha-Ri with having, "the best glutes in the world", in his book The Women.
Sha-Ri appeared in Celebrity Sleuth magazine.
She competed at the 1991 U.S. Olympic Festival in Los Angeles.
In 1991 she won the Miss Natural International Bodybuilding Championship.
As a child she wanted to be a school teacher.
She was included in the book, The Women: Photographs of the Top Female Bodybuilders by Bill Dobbins published in 1994.
(On "American Gladiators" event The Joust)
Sha-Ri: You have to be competitive, aggressive, and ready at all times.
Sha-Ri: A lot of contenders are firefighters, karate black belts, and construction workers. It gets pretty aggressive out there.