Jake Roberts

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Jake Roberts Wiki Biography

Aurelian Smith Jr. was born on the 30th May 1955 in Gainesville, Texas USA, and is a semi-retired professional wrestler, best known to the world as Jake Roberts who competed in several wrestling promotions, including World Wrestling Federation (now WWE), World Championship Wrestling, and Extreme Championship Wrestling, among others.

Have you ever wondered how rich Jake Roberts is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Roberts’ net worth is as high as $500,000, earned through his successful career in the sports business of wrestling.

Jake is the son of now deceased wrestler Grizzly Smith; He has a half-sister and half-brother from his father’s second marriage – according to interviews, he was abused by his stepmother. Although he didn’t speak with his father, he followed in his footsteps, and before he turned 20 he started as a referee and wrestler, building his way up in Mid-South Wrestling, Georgia Championship Wrestling and Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling. He even fought in the rings in Canada in order to develop his character, dveloping a feud with wrestler Junkyard Dog. In 1983Jake became a part of the Legion of Doom, and started a feud with Ron Garvin for the NWA World Television Championship, and the next year moved to World Class Championship Wrestling, and together with Gino Hernandez and “Gentleman” Chris Adams, won the WCCW television title and 6-Man Tag Team title.

His next career move was joining the World Wrestling Federation in 1986, and he stayed there for the next four years. Just a month into WWF, he made his pay-per-view debut in a fight against George Wells at WreslteMania 2. Jake came out victorious from the fight, demonstrating his strength by making foam come out from Wells’ mouth once he wrapped his snake around Wells’ head. In his two years on WWF, Jake left a big mark since, apart from fighting, he was also the host of the show “The Snake Pit”. His popularity was growing quickly which earned him new bouts, new wins and more money towards his net worth.

After WWF, he joined World Championship Wrestling in 1992, but that didn’t last long since he became one of the many wrestlers on the Independent circuit in 1993, fighting mostly for the Asistencia Sesoria y Administacion, a Mexican wrestling promotion, and also showed his wrestling skills in Smoky Mountain Wrestling. He then took a break from wrestling until 1996 when he returned to WWF, however, it was quite short, since the following year he was fired and several months later joined the Extreme Championship Wrestling. Nevertheless, that was also short lived, since in 1999 he left the ECW to fight in the pay-per-view event Heroes of Wrestling. Unfotunately, his drug and alcohol problems kicked in, and he lost the fight as soon as it started.

Since then he has fought in numerous independent promotions, and returned to WWE in 2005 to make a few appearances, including facing Randy Orton, and since then has stayed in wrestling, but hasn’t fought again, although he was announced for the 2014 Royal Rumble.

As a result of his success in the wrestling world, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014. He became known for the snake he would bring with him in the ring, including a Burmese Python and Reticulated Python, which had names such as Damien and Lucifer.

Regarding his personal life, Jake has had quite an interesting time. He has been married three times and, and has eight children including four with his second wife Cheryl Hagood. Their marriage lasted from 1984 until 2000. His first wife was Karen Rauschuber; they married in 1975, however there is no information when their marriage ended. His third wife was Judy Lynn; the couple was married from 2006 until 2011.

Jake has had several health problems, including drug and alcohol addiction, muscular cancer, obesity and double pneumonia, from all of which he has apparently managed to recover.

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Jake Roberts Quick Info

Full NameJake Roberts
Net Worth$500,000
Date Of BirthMay 30, 1955
Place Of BirthGainesville, Texas, U.S.
Height1.98 m
Weight112 kg
ProfessionProfessional wrestler
SpouseJudy Roberts (m. 2006), Cheryl Hagood (m. 1984–2000)
ChildrenBrandy Grace
ParentsGrizzly Smith
SiblingsRockin’ Robin, Michael Smith
MoviesThe Bet, Little Creeps, WWE: SummerSlam 1996, Best of the VonErichs, The Bet, Little Creeps, WWE: SummerSlam 1996, Best of the VonErichs, The Bet, Little Creeps, WWE: SummerSlam 1996, Best of the VonErichs
TV ShowsWWF Wrestling Challenge, Saturday Night’s Main Event, AWA All-Star Wrestling, WWF Wrestling Challenge, Saturday Night’s Main Event, AWA All-Star Wrestling, WWF Wrestling Challenge, Saturday Night’s Main Event, AWA All-Star Wrestling

Jake Roberts Trademarks

  1. Heel ring entry music: “Trust Me”
  2. Face ring entry music: “Snake Bit”
  3. Wrestling set-up move: Knee-lift to the face
  4. Wrestling set-up move: Short Clothesline
  5. Throws a snake on top of his defeated opponents
  6. Finishing Move: DDT
  7. Brings a bag with a snake down to ringside

Jake Roberts Quotes

  • I’m not happy about where I’ve been, but I’m truly excited about where I’m going.
  • [describing how he handled dealing with his neck and back injury from the guitar shot he took on The Snake Pit from The Honky Tonk Man] I took so many downers, muscle relaxers, and painkillers to kill the pain, that I had to have something to get me up for the show.

Jake Roberts Important Facts

  • WWE Hall of Famer.
  • As of January 2007 he was a professional Kingfisher in Gainesville, FL.
  • Wound up on a painkiller addiction due to a legitimate neck and back injury when Wayne Farris (aka “The Honky Tonk Man”) hit him with an un-gimmicked guitar on his interview show “The Snake Pit”. Because Roberts couldn’t take the time off immediately to get it repaired, he spent about 18 months taking a load of painkillers and muscle relaxers to get to sleep, then taking something else after he woke up to get him ready for a match.
  • His second wife, Cheryl, became part of a storyline with Rick Rude when she accompanied him on a tour for moral support when he was recovering from alcoholism.
  • He first wanted to use a real snake when he was with Mid-South Wrestling, and promoter Vince McMahon thought it was a good idea and gave him the go-ahead. However, he was a bit hesitant at first–he eventually learned how to handle snakes and soon had little to no problem with them.
  • Former Smoky Mountain Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion.
  • Although he was billed as being from Stone Mountain, Georgia, he was actually born and grew up in Texas.
  • His signature move, the DDT, was invented by accident. Once during a match in his National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) days, Roberts had his opponent, “The Grappler”, in a front face-lock, but was tripped. Roberts’ opponent fell on his head, actually knocking him out.
  • In mid-1981 he and Jay Youngblood teamed up to capture the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team titles.
  • Accompanied by Alice Cooper during his match with Wayne Farris at WrestleMania III (1987). It didn’t help him–he lost the match.
  • Entered the WWF as a heel wrestler and began a brief feud with Hulk Hogan, but the angle was dropped when Roberts started receiving cheers from the crowd.
  • Son of wrestler ‘Grizzly’ Smith.
  • Did an about-face and began hosting a weekly interview segment called “The Snake Pit”. This is where many of his feuds began.
  • Credited with training Diamond Dallas Page and Raven.
  • His King Cobra actually bit the “Macho Man” Randy Savage. The snake had been de-venomised, though.
  • He owns his own wrestling promotion in the UK, called Real Stars of Wrestling. This was started in November 2002.
  • Became NWA (UK) Hammerlock Heavyweight Champion on 20th October 2002 in Maidstone, Kent, England by defeating “Vigilante” Johnny Moss. “Vigilante” Johnny Moss defeated him for the title the next night in Ashford, Kent, England.
  • Made a return to the WWF in 1996 as a Bible-thumping Christian. This would begin “Austin 3:16”.
  • Defeated the legendary André the Giant in WrestleMania V (1989) via count-out.
  • Was fired from the WWF in 1997 after failing to show up for work.
  • Brother of former WWF stars Sam Houston and Robin Smith.

Jake Roberts Filmography

Spectrum Wrestling1988TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Summerslam1988TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Hulkamania 31988VideoJake the Snake RobertsActor
WWF: Wrestlefest 881988TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Best of the WWF Volume 131987VideoJake the Snake RobertsActor
Jake the Snake Roberts1987VideoJake the Snake RobertsActor
The Ken Patera Story1987VideoJake the Snake RobertsActor
WWF All-Star Wrestling1986TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF: The Big Event1986VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF Championship Wrestling1986TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Best of the WWF Volume 81986VideoJake The Snake RobertsActor
Villains of the Squared Circle1986VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Stampede Wrestling1957TV Series 1957Actor
ChurchannouncedThe StrangerActor
WWE: Story Time2016TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
The Bet2016/IMr. LucasActor
Lucas Bros Moving Co2013-2015TV SeriesJake the Snake / Jake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
College Fright Night2014Richard HertzActor
El Alambrista: La Venganza2014Actor
WrestleMania XXX2014TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Catch of the Day2014Jake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Heavy Water2014JedActor
Legends of the Mid-South Wrestling2013VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Hogtown2012ShortThe Big Bad WolfActor
Little Creeps2012VideoRichard HertzActor
The WWE: The Best of Saturday Night’s Main Event2009VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
PWU Power Surge TV2007TV Series 2007Actor
PWU: Jam Session 11 & Crazy 82006VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
PWU: Jam Session 92006VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Heroes of Wrestling1999TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
ECW November to Remember 19981998VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
TripleMania V AAA PPV1997VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF Shotgun Saturday Night1997TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF Superstars1986-1996TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Boy Meets World1996TV SeriesJake the SnakeActor
Trancers 4: Jack of Swords1994VideoSolonoidActor
WCW Halloween Havoc1992TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Clash of the Champions XX: 20th Anniversary1992TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WCW World Championship Wrestling1992TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF Challenge1986-1992TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Saturday Night’s Main Event1986-1992TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
World Wrestling Federation1992TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF Prime-Time Wrestling1987-1991TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
This Tuesday in Texas1991TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF UK Rampage ’911991TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Royal Rumble1991VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Summerslam1990VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
WWF: Wrestlefest ’901990VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Royal Rumble1990VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie1989TV MovieJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Royal Rumble1989VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsActor
Best of the WWF Volume 181989VideoJake RobertsActor
Best of the WWF Volume 191989VideoJake the Snake RobertsActor
More Saturday Night’s Main Event1989VideoJake the Snake RobertsActor
WWE Raw1993TV Series writerWriter
Card Subject to Change2010Documentary special thanksThanks
Toxic Tutu2016completedHimselfSelf
At What Cost? Anatomy of Professional Wrestling2014Documentary completedJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WWE Hall of Fame2017TV MovieHimselfSelf
WWE: Story Time2016TV SeriesHimself – Jake RobertsSelf
WGN Morning News2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Indie Corner TV2016TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Swerved2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
LeagueOne: In the Spotlight!2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
W.W.E. 242015TV Series documentaryHimselfSelf
The Resurrection of Jake the Snake2015DocumentaryJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
ToXic Tutu Feature Film – Official Trailer2015Video documentaryHimselfSelf
The Lost Journals of Huey Williams2014ShortHimselfSelf
Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story2014Video documentaryHimselfSelf
The Sheik2014DocumentaryHimselfSelf
WWE Hall of Fame2014TV SpecialHimselfSelf
Psychotic State2014HimselfSelf
WWE Raw1996-2014TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
The Monday Night War: WWE vs. WCW2014TV Series documentaryHimselfSelf
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment2013Video documentaryHimselfSelf
WWE 2k142013Video GameHimself (voice, as Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts)Self
WWE Hall of Fame 20132013TV SpecialHimselfSelf
TNA Wrestling: Bound for Glory2006TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Summerslam2006TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts: Pick Your Poison2005VideoHimselfSelf
Trisha2003TV SeriesHimselfSelf
They Think It’s All Over2002TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Beyond the Mat1999DocumentaryHimselfSelf
ECW Hardcore Heaven ’971997TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Royal Rumble1997TV SpecialJake The Snake RobertsSelf
Survivor Series1996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Summerslam1996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
King of the Ring1996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WWF in Your House: Beware of Dog1996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WWF in Your House 71996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WrestleMania XII1996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
In Your House 61996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Royal Rumble1996TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WrestleMania VIII1992TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Royal Rumble1992TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Summerslam1991TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WrestleMania VII1991TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Survivor Series1990TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ Roberts – The VipersSelf
WrestleMania VI1990TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Survivor Series1989TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ Roberts – The HulkamaniacsSelf
Live with Kelly and Michael1989TV SeriesHimselfSelf
WrestleMania V1989TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Survivor Series1988TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WrestleMania IV1988TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
Royal Rumble1988TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
The 37th Annual Slammy Awards1987TV SpecialHimself (as Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts)Self
Survivor Series1987TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WrestleMania III1987TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
WrestleMania 21986TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsSelf
World Pro Wrestling TV1984TV SeriesHimself (1985)Self
World Championship Wrestling1972TV SeriesHimselfSelf
AWA All-Star Wrestling1960TV SeriesHimself (1982-1986)Self
WWE Raw2006-2014TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden2013VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE Saturday Morning Slam2012TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Undertaker: The Streak – 20-02012Video documentaryJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
The Epic Journey of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson2012VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Best of King of the Ring2011VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time2011VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Survivor Series2011TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: OMG! – The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History2011VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE All Stars2011Video GameJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time2010VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WrestleMania XXVI: The World Television Premiere2010TV SpecialJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon2010VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series2009VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Macho Madness – The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection2009VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Greatest Stars of the ’90s2009VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE Legends of WrestleMania2009Video GameJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Summerslam – The Complete Anthology, Vol. 12009Jake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
TNA Wrestling: Knocked Out – Pro Wrestling’s Best Women’s Division2008Jake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection2008VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE – Undertaker 15-02008VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Giants, Midgets, Heroes and Villains II2008VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Royal Rumble – The Complete Anthology, Vol. 12007VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 22007VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling2007VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: The Ladder Match2007VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE Smackdown!2006TV SeriesJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 32005VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology – Vol. 12005VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Road Warriors: The Life and Death of Wrestling’s Most Dominant Tag Team2005Video documentaryJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection2003VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
WWE: Undertaker – This Is My Yard2001VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage
Deadly Venom: The Best of Sting1993Video shortHimselfArchive Footage
WWF Supertape Vol. 31991VideoJake ‘The Snake’ RobertsArchive Footage