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Andre Rene Roussimoff was born on 19 May 1946, in Grenoble, Isere, France, of Polish and Bulgarian descent. Andre was an actor and professional wrestler, best known to have appeared as part of the World Wrestling Federation. He’s also well-known for being a part of the film “The Princess Bride” and all of his efforts have raised his net worth to where it was prior to his passing. Andre passed away in Paris in 1993.
How rich was Andre the Giant? As of mid-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that was at $10 million, mostly earned through his success in wrestling. He is considered one of the most iconic wrestlers of all time, having feuded with other wrestling icons such as Hulk Hogan. He also appeared in films from the 1960s, and all of these efforts ensured his wealth.
Andre started showing signs of gigantism at a young age, having reached the height of 6 feet 3 inches (2m) when he was 12 years old. He was good at school, but dropped out in the eighth grade as he believed that high school education wasn’t necessary for working on a farm, and worked for many years on his father’s farm, including completing an apprenticeship in woodworking. He then worked at a factory that made engines for hay balers.
When he was 17 years old, a local promoter found interest in Andre’s size, and taught him professional wrestling; while training, he still had to work as a mover during the day to pay for his expenses. Eventually he started wrestling in Paris, gaining considerable recognition locally. He then started travelling around the world, wrestling in Africa, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and in 1970 he became part of the International Wrestling Enterprise in Japan. They called him “Monster Roussimoff” and he became a singles and tag team competitor. He then moved to Montreal and found a large following, before wrestling in such places as Baghdad, before joining the American Wrestling Association (AWA). Eventually, Andre was given the name “Andre the Giant”, and started becoming booked as part of the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) under Vince McMahon, Sr.
While Andre lost matches outside of the WWF, he was often promoted as a wrestler who didn’t lose any match for 15 years. He had numerous ‘feuds’ while a part of the company, and wrestled for various promotions as well. During his early career, he feuded with other large competitors such as Killer Khan, Big John Studd, and King Kong Bundy. He was considered a “face” in the organization, promoted mostly as a protagonist in storylines. In 1987, Andre turned heel and became an antagonist to feud with Hulk Hogan. Around this time he had never been pinned or put to submission in the ring. The feud culminated at WrestleMania III, and Andre was slated to lose because of his deteriorating health. The feud continued with the “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase getting involved, and as Ted’s henchman, Andre finally defeated Hogan. He sold the title to DiBiase, but that was declared invalid and the title was vacated. After Andre’s feud with Hogan, he then feuded with Jake “The Snake” Roberts and The Ultimate Warrior. He also became well known in late 1989 for his tag team association with Haku (Tonga Fifita); they were called the Colossal Connection and eventually became the WWF Tag Team Champions. In the 1990s, Andre’s appearances became fewer, and he wrestled a few times only before moving to All Japan Pro Wrestling, where he wrestled, and at Universal Wrestling Association before finally retiring.
For his personal life, it is known that Andre had a daughter who was born on 1979. A year after his retirement he would pass away in his sleep in Paris at the age of 46; according to reports, he died of congestive heart failure. His body was cremated and his ashes scattered on his family ranch.
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André René Roussimoff Quick Info
|Full Name||André the Giant|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 19, 1946 Grenoble, France|
|Died||January 27, 1993, Paris, France|
|Place Of Birth||Grenoble, Isère, France|
|Height||7′ (2.13 m)|
|Weight||235.9 kg235.9 kg|
|Profession||French professional wrestler, actor|
|Parents||Boris Roussimouff, Mariann Roussimouff|
|Awards||WWF World Heavyweight Champion, WWF Tag Team Champion, WWF Hall of Fame (1993)|
|Movies||The Six Million Dollar Man (1976),”Snow White and the Seven Lady Truckers” (1981), “Heaven Is in Your Genes” (1983), “The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough”, Conan the Destroyer (1984), Micki & Maude (1984), I Like to Hurt People (1985), I Like to Hurt People (1985), The Princess Bride (1987),Trading Mom (199…|
|TV Shows||“WrestleMania III”, “AWA All-Star Wrestling” (1960-1990), The Greatest American Hero, B. J. and the Bear, The Fall Guy, Zorro,|
André René Roussimoff Trademarks
- His role as Fezzick in The Princess Bride (1987)
- Known for his real-life gentle demeanor despite his size and wrestling persona
- Very deep voice
- Towering height
- Enormous stature and frame
- Trademark move: Knife-Edged Chops
- Trademark move: Big Boot
- Trademark move: Tombstone Piledriver
- Trademark move: Double Underhook Suplex
- Trademark move: Elbow Drop
- Trademark move: Big Splash
- Trademark move: Choke
- Trademark move: Headbutt
- Trademark move: Bearhug
André René Roussimoff Quotes
- I don’t like to speak badly of people…
- It’s not my fault being the biggest and the strongest. I don’t even exercise!
- I just don’t think it is right, killing innocent girls.
André René Roussimoff Important Facts
- When Andre the giant died in France his final wishes to cremated 48 hours after he died could not be meet, Because there wasn’t one crematorium in all of France that could accommodate his size.
- WWE Hall of Famer.
- Is referenced in the Eminem song ‘Crack a Bottle’.
- Was a fan of Wheel of Fortune (1983).
- Enjoyed playing card games such as cribbage and gin rummy.
- During the filming of some scenes for The Princess Bride, the weather became markedly cold for Robin Wright Penn. Andre the Giant helped her by placing one of his hands over her head; his hands were so large that one would entirely cover the top of her head, keeping her warm.
- According to author William Goldman, when he was first trying to get The Princess Bride made in the 1970s, a then-unknown Arnold Schwarzenegger wanted to play Fezzik, and he was strongly being considered because Goldman could never get his first choice, Andre the Giant to read for the role. By the time the movie was made about twelve years later, Arnold was such a big star they could not afford him, and Andre was cast after all, and the two big men had gone on to become friends.
- Despite his character Fezzik’s almost-superhuman strength in The Princess Bride, Andre the Giant’s back problems at the time prevented him from actually lifting anything heavy. Robin Wright Penn had to be attached to wires in the scene where Buttercup jumps from the castle window into Fezzik’s arms because he couldn’t support her himself.
- From Bobby Heenan’s book: Andre had a bad habit of never buttoning his shirt in public places. One day, Andre and the Brain were in a small country and western bar, when Andre had refused to button his shirt. A bouncer demanded that Andre button his shirt. Andre remained silent and continued to drink. The manager called the police. The officer that arrived reminded Heenan of Barney Fife from The Andy Griffith Show. “Barney” told Andre to button his shirt. Andre still drank quietly. “Barney” called for backup. “Barney” asked that Andre button his shirt again when several officers came in to backup “Barney.” Andre stood up, and “Barney” realized that it was just too hot to be indoors.
- In the mid 1970s, while visiting Montréal, André was in a bar drinking when four drunken men came in, recognized him, and started to taunt him. After patiently trying to avoid a confrontation, André finally got fed up and chased the four men out into the parking lot. When the four men got into their car, André simply grabbed the car, turned it over onto its roof with the four men inside, and left.
- One time in the early 1980s during an early stint Bad News Brown had with WWE, the wrestlers were all on a bus traveling between shows. A very drunk Andre the Giant was in the back of the bus with Hulk Hogan and company telling racist jokes that Bad News Brown took offense to. Bad News Brown stood up, and yelled for him to shut up, then when he turned around, Andre cursed at him. Bad News Brown had the driver stop the bus, and told Andre to meet him outside. Andre refused, and Hogan, and others tried to soothe the situation. The next day Andre apologized to Bad News Brown. Bad News Brown later admitted he was glad nothing ever happened because he believed Andre could have really hurt him.
- NFL legend Ernie Holmes got hot-headed backstage at a WWE taping in 1986. Andre the Giant muttered to him, “You know, you talk too much,” and Holmes never said a peep after that. According to two people in the van when it happened (it was a rehearsal for the Battle Royal at Wrestlemania II), Holmes was talking about how tough he was, and Andre got tired of hearing about it.
- In 1965, Andre the Giant received a draft notice for French’s peace time army, but was unable to join as there were no shoes big enough, bunks long enough, or trenches deep enough to accommodate him.
- Samuel Beckett, his neighbor, used to drive him to school.
- Daughter is Robin Christiansen who was born in 1979. Her mother is Jean Christiansen of the Seattle, Washington area.
- Mentioned in the 1974 Guinness Book of World Records as the highest paid wrestler in history, up to that time. He earned $400,000 in one year alone during the early 1970s.
- Was considered for the role of Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
- Former NWA Tri-State Tag Team Champion.
- Billy Crystal was inspired to write the script to the movie My Giant (1998) from having worked with ‘Andre The Giant’ in the The Princess Bride (1987).
- WrestleMania V (1989): Lost by DQ to Jake Roberts (aka Jake “The Snake” Roberts).
- Andre continued to compete in tag team matches, primarily in Japan and Mexico, until the end of 1992.
- Actually signed all his personal checks, “Andre the Giant”.
- Former World Tag Team champion.
- Previous Managers: Bobby Heenan, Ted DiBiase, Frank Valois, Lou Albano, KY Wakamatsu, Tim White.
- Inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2002 (charter class).
- As a child, his next-door neighbor was Samuel Beckett.
- Because of his size, he had a custom built recliner in his home that he always sat in when he was not on the road.
- He weighed 530 pounds at the time of his death.
- Andre was defeated by Jerry Lawler (aka “The King”) in a match circa 1975. Lawler had caused Andre to be knocked from the ring, and Andre was unable to answer the ten-count, thus giving rise to the infamous story “The Night Andre the Giant lost to a midget!”.
- Godfather of Bill Eadie’s daughter.
- It wasn’t until he was an adult, on a wrestling tour of Japan, that he went to see doctors to determine the cause of his condition. The Japanese doctors diagnosed the cause as acromegaly, a rare condition in which victims are not expected to live beyond the age of 40. Andre lived to be 46.
- He would not commonly address people by their names, instead, if he liked someone he would call them “Boss”.
- Washington Redskins head coach George Allen once offered Andre a contract to play professional football.
- Notable title wins include: IWA Tag Titles with Michael Nader; Austral-Asian Tag Titles with Ron Miller; NWA U.S. (Tri-State) Tag Titles with Dusty Rhodes; Florida Tag Titles with Rhodes; WWF Heavyweight Title; WWF Tag Team Titles (with Tonga Fifita, aka Haku).
- Was a close friend of Bobby Heenan (aka “The Brain”).
- Was an expert card player and collector of fine wines.
- Sole survivor of the 1987 WWF Survivor Series main event, which pitted himself, King Kong Bundy, “Ravishing” Rick Rude, George Gray (aka One Man Gang) and “The Natural” Butch Reed against the team of Hulk Hogan, Ken Patera, “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff, “The Rock” Don Muraco and ‘Scott ‘Bam Bam’ Bigelow’ in an elimination match. He pinned Bigelow to win the match.
- Had a very close friendship with WWE referee Tim White.
- Contrary to popular belief, Killer Khan didn’t break Andre’s leg. Andre actually got out of bed one day, and his leg snapped due to his life-threatening illness. He was out for weeks, and the story was that Killer Khan did it, to hype up their feud.
- Appeared in WrestleMania VII (1991) in the corner of The Big Bossman when he took on Curt Hennig (aka Mr. Perfect) for the Intercontinental championship.
- One of Andre’s most memorable feuds was in 1981 vs. Killer Khan. The feud exploded after a May 2 match, wherein Khan (who had cheated throughout the match) broke Andre’s knee by leaping on it. Nearly four months later, Andre returned and demanded a rematch vs. Khan … and got it. He beat Khan so badly the Mongolian superstar had to be carried from the ring on a stretcher. Andre also won a series of “stretcher” matches against Khan in the fall of 1981.
- Made his last WWF appearance in 1991 at Summerslam (1991), as a second to The Bushwhackers in their match against the ‘Natural Disasters’.
- Andre’s most bitter feud began in 1983, against Big John Studd (who claimed he, not Andre, was the true “giant” of wrestling). The feud included a series of bodyslam matches (including one at WrestleMania (1985), where Studd had to pay $10,000 (later, $15,000) to anyone who could bodyslam him.
- Andre’s 1988 match vs. Hulk Hogan for the WWF World Championship, which he won in controversial fashion, was the 1988 Pro Wrestling Illustrated “Match of the Year.” The match, which took place in Indianapolis, was part of the first professional wrestling program to air in prime-time since the mid-’50s.
- After pinning Hulk Hogan (even though “the Hulkster” clearly had his left shoulder raised) and being awarded the WWF World Championship belt, Andre “surrendered” it immediately to Ted DiBiase (who, in a storyline, was said to have paid Andre to give him the belt, should he win it); DiBiase previously had tried, without success, to either win or purchase Hogan’s title.
- A fan favorite for most of his career, Andre turned “heel” in 1987 in time for his WrestleMania III (1987) match vs. Hulk Hogan. He turned good again after WrestleMania VI (1990), after Bobby Heenan blamed the Giant for losing the WWF Tag Team belts he and Tonga Fifita (a.k.a. Haku) held to Bill Eadie and Barry Darsow (a.k.a. Demolition).
- One of the 100 Greatest Wrestlers of the 20th Century (Inside Wrestling Presents, Summer 2000).
- Awarded the 1993 PWI Editor’s Award.
- Ranked #3 in the “PWI 500” of the PWI Years (1979-1999) (Pro Wrestling Illustrated 20th Anniversary Special)
- Conceptual artist Shepard Fairey uses Andre’s image in a series of posters and stickers as part of his “Phenomenology” project.
- Lost a few inches of height because of a back surgery in the mid-1980s, but still stood about 6′ 10″ even after his posture was affected.
- At time of death, was in Paris to attend his father’s funeral.
- Weighed about 520 lbs
- Professional wrestler
- André suffered from acromegaly, in which the body doesn’t stop secreting growth hormone.
- WrestleMania VI (1990): Lost tag team titles with Tonga Fifita (a.k.a. Haku) to Bill Eadie and Barry Darsow (a.k.a. Demolition).
- WrestleMania IV (1988): Received bye in Round 1 of tournament, fought to a double DQ with Hulk Hogan in Round 2.
- WrestleMania III (1987): Lost to Hulk Hogan (event set an indoor attendance record that still stands).
- WrestleMania 2 (1986): Won a WWF/NFL Battle Royal.
- WrestleMania (1985) Beat Big John Studd in a bodyslam match.
- Appeared at the first 6 WrestleManias.
- Former WWF tag team champion w/ Haku.
André René Roussimoff Filmography
|Legends of Wrestling 2||2002||Video Game||André||Actor|
|Clash of the Champions XX: 20th Anniversary||1992||TV Movie||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|World Tour 1991||1991||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|WWF UK Rampage ’91||1991||TV Movie||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Zorro||1991||TV Series||Nestor Vargas||Actor|
|WWF Superstars||1986-1990||TV Series||Andre the Giant|
|WWF: Wrestlemania’s Greatest Matches||1989||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Saturday Night’s Main Event||1985-1989||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 20||1989||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Fan Favourites||1989||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|WWF Challenge||1986-1989||TV Series||Andre the Giant|
|Best of the WWF Volume 18||1989||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 19||1989||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Hacksaw Jim Duggan||1989||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Hulk Hogan Real American||1989||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|WWF: Strong Men||1989||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 17||1988||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Spectrum Wrestling||1984-1988||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 16||1988||Video||The Giant Machine||Actor|
|Hulkamania 3||1988||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|WWF: Wrestlefest 88||1988||TV Movie||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Macho Madness||1988||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|The Princess Bride||1987||Fezzik (as Andre the Giant)||Actor|
|WWF Prime-Time Wrestling||1987||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 14||1987||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Wrestling’s Most Embarrassing Moments||1987||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|WWF Championship Wrestling||1973-1986||TV Series||Andre the Giant|
André the Giant
|WWF: The Big Event||1986||Video||Giant Machine||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 5||1986||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 9||1986||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|The Life and Times of Captain Lou Albano||1986||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|The WWF’s Grand Slams||1986||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Villains of the Squared Circle||1986||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|WWF’s Explosive TNT Show||1986||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|WWF’s Inside the Steel Cage||1986||Video||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Rock ‘n’ Wrestling||1985||TV Series||André the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 1||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 2||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 3||1985||Video||André the Giant||Actor|
|Best of the WWF Volume 4||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Biggest, Smallest, Strangest, Strongest!||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Cyndi Lauper: The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough||1985||TV Movie||André the Giant (uncredited)||Actor|
|Highlights of Wrestlemania||1985||Video short||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|Roddy Piper’s Greatest Hits||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|The WWF’s Amazing Managers||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|The WWF’s Most Unusual Matches||1985||Video||Andre The Giant||Actor|
|Wrestling’s Bloopers, Bleeps and Bodyslams!||1985||Video||André the Giant||Actor|
|Micki + Maude||1984||Andre the Giant (as Andre Rousimmoff)||Actor|
|Conan the Destroyer||1984||Dagoth (uncredited)||Actor|
|World Wrestling Federation||1974-1984||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|The Greatest American Hero||1983||TV Series||The Monster||Actor|
|The Fall Guy||1982||TV Series||Killer Typhoon||Actor|
|Les brillant||1980||TV Series||Monsieur Petit (1980)||Actor|
|B.J. and the Bear||1979||TV Series||Andre||Actor|
|WWF All-Star Wrestling||1976||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Actor|
|The Six Million Dollar Man||1976||TV Series||Bigfoot||Actor|
|Casse-tête chinois pour le judoka||1967||Fighter||Actor|
|Stampede Wrestling||1957||TV Series 1957||Actor|
|Edición Especial Coleccionista||2011||TV Series dedicatee – 1 episode||Thanks|
|WWE Raw||1993||TV Series in memory of – 1 episode||Thanks|
|Summerslam||1991||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|WrestleMania VII||1991||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|Best of Saturday Night’s Main Event||1991||Video||Himself||Self|
|WrestleMania VI||1990||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|Royal Rumble||1990||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie||1989||TV Movie||Himself||Self|
|Survivor Series||1989||TV Special||Andre the Giant – The Heenan Family||Self|
|WWF Superstars||1989||TV Series||Himself – The Colossal Connection||Self|
|Summerslam||1989||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|WrestleMania V||1989||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|Royal Rumble||1989||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|Survivor Series||1988||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|Summerslam||1988||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|WrestleMania IV||1988||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|Royal Rumble||1988||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|The 37th Annual Slammy Awards||1987||TV Special||Himself||Self|
|Survivor Series||1987||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|WrestleMania III||1987||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|WrestleMania 2||1986||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|I Like to Hurt People||1985||Documentary||Himself (as Andre The Giant)||Self|
|WrestleMania||1985||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Self|
|World Pro Wrestling TV||1984||TV Series||Himself (1984)||Self|
|Late Night with David Letterman||1984||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1976||TV Series||Himself – Pro Wrestler||Self|
|WCW Worldwide Wrestling||1975||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The Wrestling Queen||1973||Documentary||Himself (as Jean ‘The Giant’ Ferre)||Self|
|World Championship Wrestling||1972||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|No Small Parts||2016||TV Series documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|United States Championsip-A Legacy of Greatness||2016||Video||Himself||Archive Footage|
|WWE Hall of Fame||2015||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Royal Rumble||2015||TV Special||Andre the Giant (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|True Giants||2014||Andre The Giant||Archive Footage|
|Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman||2014||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection||2014||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Royal Rumble||2014||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment||2013||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Legends of the Mid-South Wrestling||2013||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden||2013||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History||2013||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Hall of Fame 2013||2013||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Bret Hitman Hart: The Dungeon Collection||2013||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Saturday Morning Slam||2012||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Clash Time||2012||TV Series||Himself||Archive Footage|
|The Real Rocky||2011||TV Movie||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: OMG! – The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History||2011||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Best Cage Matches||2011||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Raw||1993-2011||TV Series||Andre the Giant / Himself||Archive Footage|
|WWE Legends of Wrestling||2007-2011||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The True Story of WrestleMania||2011||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The Big Show: A Giant’s World||2011||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time||2010||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Raw: The Beginning – The Best of Seasons 1 & 2||2010||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Hall of Fame 2010||2010||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series||2009||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Survivor Series Anthology, Vol. 1||2009||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: The Rise and Fall of WCW||2009||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Macho Madness – The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection||2009||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Legends of WrestleMania||2009||Video Game||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Summerslam – The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1||2009||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The WWE: The Best of Saturday Night’s Main Event||2009||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection||2008||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Vintage Collection||2008||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Twist of Fate – The Matt and Jeff Hardy Story||2008||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Giants, Midgets, Heroes and Villains II||2008||Video||Himself||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Royal Rumble – The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1||2007||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Hulk Hogan: The Ultimate Anthology||2006||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA||2006||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: The History of the WWE Championship||2006||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: McMahon||2006||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story||2006||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts: Pick Your Poison||2005||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, the Best There Was, the Best There Ever Will Be||2005||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2||2005||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology – Vol. 1||2005||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior||2005||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Hall of Fame 2005||2005||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: The History of WrestleMania I-IX||2004||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Hall of Fame 2004||2004||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Smackdown!||2004||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Giants: Friend or Foe||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|WWE No Mercy||2003||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Brock Lesnar: Here Comes the Pain||2003||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Judgment Day||2003||TV Special||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|WWE Confidential||2003||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Hollywood Hulk Hogan: Hulk Still Rules||2002||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|As You Wish: The Story of ‘The Princess Bride’||2001||Video documentary short||Himself||Archive Footage|
|WWE: Hardy Boyz – Leap of Faith||2001||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|Wrestling Gold Vol. 4: No More Mr. Nice Guy||2001||Video||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|E! True Hollywood Story||1999||TV Series documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Biography||1999||TV Series documentary||Himself||Archive Footage|
|Eastern Championship Wrestling||1993||TV Series||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|André the Giant||1985||Video documentary||Andre the Giant||Archive Footage|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1976||TV Series||Himself – Pro Wrestler||Archive Footage|