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Hulk Hogan
Birthday: August 11, 1953

Birth Place: Augusta, Georgia, USA
Height: 6' 5"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Hulk Hogan. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Professional wrestler (in the show-bizzy TV wrestler sense), onscreen from the early '80s.

Movie Credits
Little Hercules in 3-D (2006)
[ Judd Nelson ][ Elliott Gould ][ John Heard ][ Nick Hogan ]
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006 (2005)
[ Paul Levesque ][ The Game ][ Mark Calaway ][ Glen Jacobs ][ Adam Copeland ]
Muppets from Space (1999)
[ Joshua Jackson ][ Ray Liotta ][ Rob Schneider ][ David Arquette ][ Frank Oz ]
Shadow Warriors II: Hunt for the Death Merchant (1999)
[ Carl Weathers ][ Martin Kove ][ Gerard Plunkett ]
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998)
[ Jim Varney ]
McCinsey's Island (1998)
[ Robert Vaughn ]
Assault on Devil's Island (1997)
[ Carl Weathers ][ Billy Drago ][ Trevor Goddard ][ Martin Kove ][ Billy Blanks ]
The Ultimate Weapon (1997)
Santa with Muscles (1996)
[ Clint Howard ][ Ed Begley Jr. ][ Don Stark ]
The Secret Agent Club (1996)
[ Barry Bostwick ][ M.C. Gainey ]
Spy Hard (1996)
[ Leslie Nielsen ][ Mr. T ][ Pat Morita ][ Brad Garrett ][ Andy Griffith ]
Thunder in Paradise 3 (1995)
[ Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa ]
Thunder in Paradise II (1994)
Mr. Nanny (1993)
[ Austin Pendleton ][ Sherman Hemsley ]
Thunder in Paradise (1993)
Suburban Commando (1991)
[ Christopher Lloyd ][ Larry Miller ][ Mark Calaway ][ Jack Elam ]
No Holds Barred (1989)
[ Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ][ Jesse Ventura ][ David Paymer ][ Vince McMahon ]
Goldie and the Bears (1984)
Bimini Code (1984)
Rocky III (1982)
[ Sylvester Stallone ][ Mr. T ][ Carl Weathers ][ Burgess Meredith ][ Burt Young ]


  • As Hollywood Hogan, made his ring entrances to "Voodoo Child" by Jimi Hendrix.
  • In 1985, Hulk demonstrated a chin lock on the TV show "Hot Properties" (2005) on the show's host, Richard Belzer. Belzer fell unconscious to the floor and required stitches in his scalp. He sued Hogan for million, settling out of court.
  • He joined the World Wrestling Entertainment in 1979, cast as an Irish villain.
  • Admitted to steroid use in 1994.
  • Majored in business management at the University of South Florida, Tampa, before becoming a professional wrestler
  • As a high school baseball player, Hogan was a hot pro prospect and was considered the best pitcher in the state.
  • Won the WWE Championship six times. The last time he won it was in May 2002.
  • Won the WCW Heavyweight Championship Six times, the last being 1999.
  • Is an accomplished bass player and played bass in several local rock bands in Tampa, Fla.
  • First pro wrestler on the cover of "Sports Illustrated."
  • Spent 10 years as a professional guitarist before becoming a wrestler.
  • His family has more than 30 pets, including dogs, cats, birds, chinchillas, ferrets, turtles, iguanas, rabbits, fish, and a frog.
  • Considered running for president.
  • Signed as official spokesman for an Acclaim video game entitled Legends of Wrestling (2001) (VG). [October 2001]
  • One of the original three members of the New World Order (nWo). The other two are Scott Hall and Kevin Nash.
  • April 21, 2002: Won the WWF (Undisputed) Championship for the 6th time from HHH at WWF Backlash (2002) (V).
  • One of the first wrestlers to have ring music play on his way to the ring.
  • Was brought to the federation by Fred Blassie.
  • His first WWE title reign lasted from January 1984 to February 1988 , when he lost to André the Giant.
  • Has only lost twice at Wrestlemania. His first loss was to The Ultimate Warrior at Wrestlemania VI (1990) (V), and the other one was to The Rock at Wrestlemania X-8 (2002) (V).
  • All of his WWE title reigns put together are about 6 years (more than 2,000 days)!
  • One of the first wrestlers to defeat André the Giant. Others before him included Ronnie Garvin, Antonio Inoki, El Canek, and The Sheik.
  • Appeared in Rocky III (1982) as a wrestler named Thunderlips.
  • Won his first WWF World Heavyweight title more than 18 years ago on January 23, 1984, when he defeated the Iron Sheik (Khosrow Vaziri) in one of the shortest heavyweight title matches in history. It took Hogan 5 minutes and 40 seconds to pin the Sheik with a leg drop.
  • He is almost 6' 5" tall, but has been billed up to 6' 9" in wrestling matches (nowadays usually at 6' 7").
  • Ranked #1 in the "PWI 500" of the PWI Years (1979-1999) (Pro Wrestling Illustrated 20th Anniversary Special)
  • Uncle of Michael Bollea
  • Has three movies in the IMDb bottom 100.
  • Held the IWGP World Title, giving him the distinction of being one of three Americans--along with Scott Norton and Big Van Vader--to hold that title.
  • He is the single most requested celebrity for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
  • Early in his career wrestled as Terry "The Hulk" Boulder
  • Wrestled as Mr. America in 2003 in WWE.
  • Filmed the show "Thunder in Paradise" (1994) at Disney-MGM Studios at Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida.
  • In probably the most historic wrestling match ever, he body-slammed and defeated André the Giant at Wrestlemania III (1987) (V). Despite reports to the contrary, he was the first man to body-slam André. Eight-time National Wrestling Alliance Champion; Harley Race did so several years before.
  • He is the third-ever six-time WWE World Champion. The other two are The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
  • He appeared in some of the live action segments of the cartoon series Hulk Hogan's "Rock 'n' Wrestling" (1985) (1985-1986).
  • He was one of the wrestlers featured in the cartoon series Hulk Hogan's "Rock 'n' Wrestling" (1985) (1985-1986), though he did not provide his own voice. Brad Garrett of "Everybody Loves Raymond" (1996) was the voice of the animated Hulkster.
  • Adopted the song "Ravishing," written by Jim Steinman and performed by Bonnie Tyler, as his theme song. Subtitled "The Hulk Hogan Theme," it was sung during his wrestling entrances in his early days with WCW.
  • Lost WCW World Championship to Bill Goldberg on July 6th 1998, in Atlanta's Georgia Dome on WCW Monday Nitro.
  • Lost his fifth WWF Title to Yokozuna in his first defense since winning the title over a month earlier. That was his last WWF title match for nine years.
  • Only once did he ever win a tag team championship, that was with Adam Copeland aka 'Edge' in July 2002. He was the direct inspiration for Copeland to enter the business 12 years prior.
  • At a point when his wrestling career was 25 years old, he wrestled Brock Lesnar, who was himself just 25 years old.
  • His daughter, Brooke Hogan, released her debut solo album in August 2004.
  • In what was one of the biggest slaps to the face of his career, Hogan was scheduled to face Jeff Jarrett for the WCW Heaveyweight Title. Hogan was supposed to win the title, however Vince Russo (who was the head booker at the time) decided to have Jeff Jarrett lie down and allow Hogan to win and then send Hogan home. Russo created another title and proceeded to carry on without Hogan. Hogan was never seen in WCW again. He still has the belt.
  • Notable title wins include: IWGP Heavyweight Title, WWE Title (6), WWW Royal Rumble Winner (2), WCW World Title (6) (Hogan also won the WCW World Title for a seventh time by defeating Jeff Jarrett; however, the title reign was never recognized), WWE Undisputed Title, and WWE tag-team titles with Edge
  • When he first wrestled under the "Hulk" name he was known as "The Incredible Hulk Hogan"
  • Neither he nor the WWE/WCW owns the full rights to his "Hulk" name. "Hulkamania," "Hulk Hogan," and "Hulkster" are all owned by Marvel Comics. The WWF/WWE made a deal with Marvel to use the name "Hulk." This was also done with WCW when Hogan went to WCW. Also, WCW used "Hollywood Hogan" to cancel the Marvel deal but the deal was still alive.
  • Daughter Brooke Hogan sang the national anthems at the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals in Tampa
  • Inducted into the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Hall of Fame in 2005.
  • The character "Hawk" from Vendetta (1991) was modeled after him.
  • Teamed up with Shawn Michaels to face Muhammad Hassan and Daivari at Backlash 2005.
  • His theme song, "Real American," was initially written for the then-WWF tag-team champions Barry Windham and Mike Rotunda.
  • First ever IWGP Heavy Weight Champion.
  • His original theme song was Eye of the Tiger, which was attributed to his Rocky III appearance.
  • During his 1980s heyday in the WWE, he lived next door to WWF owner Vince McMahon for almost 10 years.
  • Is an avid fan of the Tampa Bay Lighting of the National Hockey League.
  • Elected to the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2003.
  • Twisted his ankle during the filming of Little Hercules in 3-D (2006).
  • Former World Tag Team Champion.
  • His father is Italian-American and his mother is of Italian, French, and Panamian descent.
  • Previous managers: Billy Spears, "Classy" Freddie Blassie (Fred Blassie), Jimmy Hart, Miss Elizabeth, Ted DiBiase, Eric Bischoff.
  • Was Joel Schumacher's third choice to play Mr. Freeze/Dr. Victor Fries in Batman & Robin (1997).
  • Father of Nick Hogan and Brooke Hogan
  • In 1981, Verne Gagne brought Hogan to the AWA.

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