George ‘The Animal’ Steele Net Worth

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George ‘The Animal’ Steele Net Worth is
$3 Million

Mini Biography

George ‘The Pet’ Steele was created on Apr 16, 1937 in Detroit, Michigan, USA seeing that William Adam Myers. He’s an professional, known for Ed Hardwood (1994), Blowfish (1997) and Utilized Vehicles (1997). He continues to be wedded to Patricia Randolph since March 7, 1955. They possess three children.

Known for movies

1Green tongue
2During his wrestling matches, ripping apart turnbuckles and throwing the stuffing at his opponents.
1WWE Hall of Famer.
2Published author.
3Dislocated the shoulder of an opponent while executing his submission move.
4Good friends with Jack Nicholson.
5Inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2005.
6On January 10, 2000, Steele made his one and only appearance on WCW Television when he defeated Jeff Jarrett in a "bunkhouse brawl" with help from Arn Anderson and Chris Benoit.
7Despite his size, he is very fast and agile. For his role as Tor Johnson' in Ed Wood (1994), he was fitted with heavy shoes to slow him down and recreate Johnson's lumbering walk.
8For his role as Tor Johnson in Ed Wood (1994), he worked with a dialog coach for three weeks to recreate Johnson's Swedish accent.
9During his professional wrestling days, his colleagues regarded him as one of the strongest men in the ring.
10His role in Ed Wood (1994) was that of another famous, and very similar professional wrestler, Tor Johnson (known in the ring as "The Super Swedish Angel"). Unlike his own wrestling character, he was able to speak for this role.
11When not wrestling, was a coach and physical education teacher at his alma mater in suburban Detroit. During the school year, he wrestled at various arena shows across Michigan.
12Retired from full-time wrestling in 1989 after suffering from Crohn's disease. He continued as a road agent and made occasional wrestling appearances.
13Played defensive tackle at Michigan State in the late 1950s.
14His trademark of ripping apart ring turnbuckles and throwing the stuffing in his opponent's face started during a match with Chief Jay Strongbow in the late 1960s. According to WWE Raw magazine, Steele recalled that the match was not going well when he looked at the turnbuckle and got an idea.
15In 1988, carried a hand-puppet called "Mine" to the ring, which he frequently used during his matches.
16His most famous WWF feud was with Randy Savage in 1986 and 1987. The feud, which centered on Steele's huge crush on Savage's manager, Miss Elizabeth, was originally intended to last three months. However, the "Beauty and the Beast" feud was such a hit it was extended through all of 1986 and into 1987. At one point, Steele teamed with Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat (Richard Blood), Hulk Hogan, and former enemy Bruno Sammartino -- whom Steele nearly defeated for the WWWF title in a memorable 1970 steel cage match -- in tag team matches against Savage and a partner (usually "Adorable" Adrian Adonis).
17His lisp (another one of his trademarks) was the result of a childhood football accident, wherein he nearly lost his tongue.
18His green tongue was the result of eating green Clorettes candy before his matches.
19First wrestled as "The Student," a masked wrestler. A Pittsburgh, Pa., wrestling promoter gave Steele his most famous wrestling name, while fans nicknamed him "the Animal" for his naturally hairy body.
20After years of wrestling as a "heel," Steele turned good in the fall of 1985, wherein during a six-man tag-team match, his partners Khosrow Vaziri (Iron Sheik) and Josip Peruzovic (Nikolai Volkoff) turned against him. Fans took pity on Steele, who turned his character from a wild beast into a feral neanderthal-type who uttered one- and two-word sentences and evoked sympathy.
21His trademark in the ring was biting off turnbuckles.
22Former professional wrestler


WWF's Inside the Steel Cage1986VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
WWF All-Star Wrestling1985TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Best of the WWF Volume 11985VideoGeorge The Animal Steele
Best of the WWF Volume 31985VideoGeorge The Animal Steele
Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Strongest!1985VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Land of a Thousand Dances1985Video shortGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Wrestling's Bloopers, Bleeps and Bodyslams!1985VideoGeorge The Animal Steele
Spectrum Wrestling1977TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
World Wrestling Federation1973TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Boston Girls2010Harold
South of Heaven2008The Man
Small Town Conspiracy2003Tortuga Jack
WCW Monday Nitro2000TV SeriesGeorge Steele
Heroes of Wrestling1999TV MovieGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Used Cars1997ShortSgt. George Steele
Ed Wood1994Tor Johnson
Best of the WWF Volume 171988VideoGeorgia
WWF Superstars1986-1988TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Best of the WWF Volume 151988VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
Saturday Night's Main Event: The Greatest Hits1988VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
Saturday Night's Main Event1985-1987TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WWF Challenge1986-1987TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Best of the WWF Volume 111987VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Best of the WWF Volume 121987VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
George the Animal Steele1987VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
Hulkamania 21987VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
Wrestling's Most Embarrassing Moments1987VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
WWF Championship Wrestling1984-1986TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Ruthless People1986Wrestler on TV (uncredited)
The Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth1986VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
The WWF's Grand Slams1986VideoGeorge the Animal Steele
Villains of the Squared Circle1986VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Wrestling's Living Legend Bruno Sammartino1986VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WWF's Explosive TNT Show1986VideoGeorge the Animal Steele


350 Days2016DocumentaryHimself
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment2013Video documentaryHimself
WWE Raw1997-2010TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Citizen Wood: Making the Bride, Unmaking the Legend2010Video documentary shortHimself
Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon2010VideoHimself
Card Subject to Change2010DocumentaryHimself
Orlando Live2008TV SeriesHimself
WWE Sunday Night Heat1999TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WWF Hall of Fame1995TV SpecialHimself
WWF Hall of Fame1994TV SpecialHimself
Mr. Nanny1993Himself
WrestleMania IV1988TV SpecialGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
The 37th Annual Slammy Awards1987TV SpecialHimself
WrestleMania III1987TV SpecialGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WrestleMania 21986TV SpecialGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
The Slammy Awards1986TV SpecialHimself
World Championship Wrestling1984TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

WWE Hall of Fame 20132013TV SpecialGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
The True Story of WrestleMania2011VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time2010VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
The Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers2010TV SeriesHimself
WWE: The Rise and Fall of WCW2009VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
The WWE: The Best of Saturday Night's Main Event2009VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WWE: The History of the Intercontinental Championship2008VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
TNA Wrestling: Knocked Out - Pro Wrestling's Best Women's Division2008Himself
WWE Legends of Wrestling2008TV SeriesHimself
Psychopathic: The Videos2007VideoHimself (segment "Real underground baby") (uncredited)
The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling2007VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
The World's Greatest Wrestling Managers2006VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology - Vol. 12005VideoGeorge 'The Animal' Steele
Biography2004TV Series documentaryHimself
Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Vol. 22000VideoHimself
WWF Championship Wrestling1986TV SeriesGeorge 'The Animal' Steele


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