Andre the Giant Net Worth

Andre the Giant Net Worth, How much would the former actor and wrestler Net Worth be if he were to be alive and How he accumulated such wealth and fame? Check this article to find out about Andre the Giant Net Worth, his career and his personal life and death.

About Andre the Giant

Andre the Giant Net Worth

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Andre the Giant was a French wrestler and actor who began his career as a teenager. He has earned awards for himself both as a wrestler and an actor.

In the world of wrestling, he was one occasion WWF World Heavyweight Champion and on another the WWF Tag Team Champion. He challenged and defeated the best to be the best.

As an actor, his most notable role was playing as Fezzik, the giant in the 1987 movie Princess Bride. Some of his other movies include The Fall Guy (1982) and Conan the Destroyer (1984).

As of Today, Andre the Giant Net Worth will be $10 million. Read on to find out about how Andre the Giant Net Worth was accumulated.

Full Name: André René Roussimoff
Profession: Actor, Wrestler
Date of Birth/Death: May 19, 1946 to January 27, 1993
Nationality: France
Aged: 46
Net Worth: $10 Million

Andre the Giant Birth, Education and Career

The champions’ real name is André René Roussimoff and he was born in Coulommiers, France to parents Boris and Marianne Roussimoff who are of Polish and Bulgarian descent. His parents owned a farm where Andre worked.

Despite Andre’s academic excellence, he opted out from furthering his studies but worked on the farm. He later learned woodworking before working briefly at a manufacturing firm. Most who knew him could testify that he was a hard worker.

Andre entered into the world of wrestling despite initial setbacks excelled tremendously and was so good that nobody wanted to fight him. He was undefeated in the WWF for a period of 14 years from 1973-1987 winning against top shots like Hulk Hogan, Chuck Wepner and Buddy Wolfe.

In the 1980s, Andre had a rival Big John Studd who was a giant like him as both competed on several occasions with Andre winning on most of the time.

His wrestling career took him around the world to places like Japan, the USA, the UK, Germany, and Africa.

Andre’s acting career began in 1976 with him appearing in the television series The Six Million Dollar Man. From there on he got roles in BJ. and the Bear, The Greatest American Hero, and Zorro (1990).

His most notable role is him playing as Dagoth in the 1984 movie Conan the Destroyer and as Fezzik in The Princess Bride (1987).

Andre the Giant Net Worth

Andre the Giant has passed away for over 25 years but he didn’t die poor or bankrupt. If he was alive today, Andre the Giant Net Worth would today be valued at $10 million.

A breakdown shows that during the peak of his wrestling career, he was making at least $400,000 annually.

He was so good that he remained undefeated for a long time. Apart from wrestling, Andre the Giant Net Worth is also earned from acting.

Andre the Giant had a farm with lots of laborers working on it. Information about his houses and cars isn’t available, but we will keep you updated as soon as possible.

Andre the Giant Personal Life and Death

Andre was married to Jean and they gave birth to Robin Christensen. Andre the Giant was an absentee father who only saw his child on five occasions.

The champion had a lifestyle of always drinking. At one time, he consumed 156 bottles of 47cl beer. On another occasion, he consumed 119 bottles of 35cl beer.

He was once arrested for rough handling a cameraman. He loves shopping, playing cards and watching the free to air television station QVC.

On 27th of January 1993, Andre the Giant died in his sleep after suffering from Congestive heart failure.

 

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