Dwayne Johnson Biography, Net Worth, and Height, Weight, Age, Family, Affair
Dwayne Johnson rose to prominence as "The Rock," a well-known wrestler. He went on to star in films like 'The Scorpion King,' 'Hercules,' and the 'Fast and Furious' franchise, among others.
Who Is Dwayne Johnson?
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Johnson was born in 1972 into a family of professional wrestlers. After his college football career was cut short due to an injury, he entered the ring with the WWE. He famously feuded with wrestler Steve Austin as "The Rock" and won the WWE Heavyweight title multiple times. Johnson then turned his wrestling success into a cinematic career, starring in films such as The Mummy Returns in 2001 and Tooth Fairy in 2010. Later projects include the HBO series Ballers, prominent roles in the Fast & Furious and Jumanji franchises, and a voice role as demigod Maui in the Disney film Moana.
Dwayne Johnson Net Worth 2022
Dwayne Johnson's net worth is $400 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and it is expected to rise in the near future. Dwayne Johnson's acting career has accounted for a sizable amount of his earnings. He is currently semi-retired from professional wrestling and focusing on his career in Hollywood.
|Full Name||Dwayne Douglas Johnson|
|Age||49 (As of 2021)|
|Residence||Southwest Ranches, Florida, US|
|Dwayne Johnson Net worth||$400 million (2021)|
|Source of wealth||Acting, Professional wrestling|
|Endorsements||Seven Bucks Productions, Under Armour|
|Charity||Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation, Make-A-Wish|
Dwayne Johnson Biography & Wiki
|Original/Real Name||Dwayne Douglas Johnson|
|Nickname||The Rock, The Corporate Champion, The People’s Champion, The Brahma Bull, The Great One|
|Occupation||Actor, Wrestler, Producer|
|Birthplace||Hayward, California, United States|
|Date of Birth||May 2, 1972|
|Hometown||Hayward, California, United States|
|Debut|| Film: 1999
Dwayne Johnson Height, Weight & Body Measurements
|Height (Centimeters)||188 cm|
|Height (meters)||1.88 m|
|Weight (Kilograms)||119 kg|
|Weight (Pounds)||262 lbs|
|Chest’s Size||50 inches|
|Waist’s Size||35 inches|
|Biceps’s Size||23 inches|
|Shoe’s Size||10 inches|
|Eye’s Color||Dark Brown|
Family and Relatives
|Father’s Name||Rocky Johnson|
|Mother’s Name||Ata Johnson|
|Brother’s Name||Curtis Bowles|
Early Life and Career
Johnson was born on May 2, 1972, in Hayward, California. Johnson grew up watching his father, professional wrestler Peter "High Chief" Fanene Maivia, and grandson, wrestler Rocky Johnson, compete in the ring. Johnson, who had no intention of following in his father's footsteps, attended the University of Miami and showed promise with his stature and agility until he was halted by injuries.
Becoming 'The Rock'
With limited professional football chances, Johnson resorted to wrestling, making his WWE debut in Texas against the Brooklyn Brawler. After a few more matches, including a tag team victory with Bart Sawyer, the WWE signed him as Flex Kavana. A year later, he joined The Nation of Domination, eventually rising to become its leader and acquiring the moniker The Rock.
He eventually joined The Corporation, a group of skilled wrestlers, and began an infamous feud with Steve Austin. The Rock, often known as "The People's Champ," went on to win a total of 17 WWE championships during his illustrious career.
Marital Status, Affairs, Girlfriends
|Girlfriends||Dany Garcia, Lauren Hashian|
|Daughter||Simone Alexandra Johnson and Jasmine Johnson|
|Education Qualification and Schooling/College|
|School||Freedom High School in Bethlehem|
|College/ University||University of Miami|
|Educational Qualification||Criminology and Physiology are majors in the Bachelor of General Studies program.|
|Favorites Things and Like & Dislike|
|Hobbies||Playing basketball, Gym, and reading novels|
|Favorite Food||Pizza, Donuts|
|Favorite Movie||The Godfather|
|Favorite Actress||Angela Basset|
|Favorite Actor||Tommy Lee Jones|
|Net Worth||$400 million|
|E-Mail Address||Not Available|
|Phone Number||Not Available|
|House Address||Not Available|
Dwayne Johnson Biography, Net Worth, and Weight, Height, Age, Affair, Family, Wiki
Dwayne Johnson Movies and TV
Outside of the ring, The Rock established a successful acting career, going by the name Dwayne Johnson instead of his stage name. In 2001's The Mummy Returns, he made a tremendous sensation as the Scorpion King, a supernatural evil guy. The next year, Johnson reprised his role in The Scorpion King. He tried his hand at comedy with roles in Be Cool alongside John Travolta and Uma Thurman in 2005 and The Game Plan in 2007.
'Driver,' 'Fast & Furious Franchise
Johnson's acting career has continued to flourish with roles in films such as Driver (2010) and Fast & Furious 6. (2013). He plays Hercules, the titular strong guy, in the 2014 film Hercules. Johnson returned to the ring on a few occasions, including with Hulk Hogan and Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 30 in 2014.
Johnson dominated the big screen in 2015, starring in two major action flicks. In addition to starring in San Andreas, he also appears in Furious Seven. In the same year, Johnson starred in his first serious comedy series, Ballers, as Spencer Strasmore, a retired pro footballer turned financial advisor.
'Central Intelligence,' 'Moana,' 'Baywatch,' 'Jumanji'
Johnson voiced the demigod Maui in the Disney animated film Moana in 2016, after collaborating with Kevin Hart on the action-comedy Central Intelligence. In 2017, he had a busy year, starring in The Fate of the Furious, a big-screen remake of the 1990s lifeguard series Baywatch, as well as Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
'Skyscraper,' 'Rampage,' 'Hobbs & Shaw'
The good sentiments carried over into 2018, with Jumanji being the actor's highest-grossing film to date. He also managed to stand out during the Super Bowl advertising blitz in February, when he debuted a trailer for the film Skyscraper, in which he does death-defying exploits with a prosthetic limb.
The Titan Games, a 10-episode unscripted competition show hosted by Johnson, was launched the same day to "provide a platform that gave average individuals the opportunity to alter their lives and do something remarkable."
The action star's next film was Rampage, which was released a few months before Skyscraper in July and was based on the classic 1980s arcade game.
Fighting with My Family (2019), based on the true story of female wrestling champion Saraya "Paige" Bevis, saw Johnson return to his wrestling roots. Later that year, he appeared in the Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw alongside Jason Statham.
Dwayne Johnson's 2021 Release "Red Notice"
Dwayne Johnson's movies, or Dwayne's' The Rock' Johnson's movies, have played a significant role in his successful career. Dwayne Johnson is one of the few professional wrestlers who has had a successful Hollywood career in addition to his ring career.
|Beyond the Mat||Himself||1999|
|The Mummy Returns||The Scorpion King||2001|
|The Scorpion King||Mathayus / Scorpion King||2002|
|Walking Tall||Chris Vaughn||2004|
|Be Cool||Elliot Wilhelm||2005|
|Doom||Sgt. Asher "Sarge" Mahonin||2005|
|Southland Tales||Boxer Santaros||2006|
|Gridiron Gang||Sean Porter||2006|
|Reno 911!: Miami||Agent Rick Smith||2007|
|The Game Plan||Joe Kingman||2007|
|Get Smart||Agent 23||2008|
|Race to Witch Mountain||Jack Bruno||2009|
|Planet 51||Captain Charles T. Baker||2009|
|Tooth Fairy||Derek Thompson / Tooth Fairy||2010|
|Why Did I Get Married Too?||Daniel Franklin||2010|
|The Other Guys||Christopher Danson||2010|
|You Again||Air Marshal||2010|
|Faster||James Cullen / Driver||2010|
|Fast Five||Luke Hobbs||2011|
|Journey 2:||Hank Parsons||2012|
|G.I. Joe: Retaliation||Marvin F. Hinton / Roadblock||2013|
|Pain & Gain||Paul Doyle||2013|
|Fast & Furious 6||Luke Hobbs||2013|
|Empire State||Detective James Ransome||2013|
|Furious 7||Luke Hobbs||2015|
|San Andreas||Ray Gaines||2015|
|Jem and the Holograms||Himself||2015|
|Central Intelligence||Robbie Weirdicht / Bob Stone||2016|
|Fate of the Furious||Luke Hobbs||2017|
|Baywatch||Lieutenant Lifeguard Mitch Buchannon||2017|
|Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle||Dr. Smolder Bravestone||2017|
|Fighting with My Family||Himself||2019|
|Hobbs & Shaw||Luke Hobbs||2019|
|Jumanji: The Next Level||Dr. Smolder Bravestone||2019|
|Jungle Cruise||Francisco Lopez de Heredia / Captain Frank Skipper Wolff||2021|
|Free Guy||Bank Robber #2||2021|
|Black Adam||Teth Adam / Black Adam||2022|
Dwayne Johnson Television Shows
|That '70s Show||Rocky Johnson||1999|
|Star Trek: Voyager||The Champion||2000|
|Saturday Night Live||Himself / Host||2000 - 2017|
|Cory in the House||Himself||2007|
|Wizards of Waverly Place||Himself||2009|
|Wake Up Call||Host||2014–2015|
|Lip Sync Battle||Himself||2015|
|2016 MTV Movie Awards||Co-host||2016|
|The Titan Games||Host||2019|
|Young Rock||Adult Dwayne Johnson||2021–present|
|Behind the Attraction||Himself||2021|
Dwayne Johnson Video Games
|The Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian||Mathayus / Scorpion King||2002|
|Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run||Alex Decker||2006|