Tyler Mane Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Tyler Mane Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Tyler Mane Net Worth: Besides his wrestling background and playing chops, Mane has nine years of martial arts expertise, is an enthusiastic kickboxer and played semi-professional football. The exact same year, the 6-foot-10, 275-pound Mane also costarred in a musical comedy about wrestling at San Diego’s Lyceum Space, choreographing the uproarious show’s main event. Mane’s tremendous size as well as expertise in karate made him a natural option to play Wolverine’s foe Sabretooth in the big screen edition of the Marvel comic X Men.
Tyler Mane followed that up using a modest part in the David Spade comedy The Adventures of Joe Dirt in 2001. His television work carries a guest starring role in the show Son of the Beach, the favourite Baywatch parody from Howard Stern Productions. His character as the evil mutant Victor Creed/Sabretooth in the summertime hit, Xmen, supplied Mane with global publicity. He’s since gone on to play in movies like Troy (2004) opposite Brad Pitt and Gunless (2010) opposite Paul Gross. Mane has wrestled all around the globe in association together with the Universal Wrestling Federation (UWF) as well as the World Championship Wrestling (WCW). In 1994, he became Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Winner for the UWF.
December 8, 1966
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
6' 8" (2.03 m)
Actor, Producer, Writer
Renae Geerlings (m. 2007), Jean Goertz (m. 1988–2003)
Halloween, Halloween II, X-Men, Compound Fracture, Troy, 247°F, Joe Dirt, Gunless, Devil May Call, Black Mask 2: City of Masks, How to Make a Monster, Hercules
Watched all of the Halloween films but Halloween 3, to prepare for his role as Michael Myers.
Trained for his audition for a role in the movie re-make "Rollerball (2002)" (which also starred fellow X-Men alumnus Rebecca Romijn in the San Fernando Valley roller rink Moonlight Rollerway for a week, but did not succeed in landing a role.
Watched the 1990's X-Men cartoon and looked back at Sabertooth for inspiration. Purchased dozens of Sabertooth Comics to prepare for his role in the movie X-Men.
While wrestling in WCW as Big Sky in the early-1990s, he teamed regularly with Vinnie Vegas (Kevin Nash) right before Nash's WWF tenure as "Diesel".