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Acteur dans 119 films

Né(e) le 09 décembre 1968 (50 ans)

Lieu de naissance
Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Kurt Angle

Acteur dans

  • WWE SummerSlam 2001
  • The Rock - Just Bring It!
  • WWE Armageddon 1999
  • WWE: 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History
  • WWE Backlash 2000
  • WWE No Mercy 2000
  • WWE Vengeance 2001
  • WWE Global Warning
  • Dylan Dog
  • WWE Survivor Series 2001
  • WWE Survivor Series 2005
  • Sharknado 2: The Second One
  • Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection
  • ECW One Night Stand 2006
  • Randy Orton: The Evolution Of A Predator
  • River of Darkness
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2003
  • WWE SummerSlam 2002
  • WWE SummerSlam 2003
  • WWE Survivor Series 2002
  • WWE Survivor Series 2003
  • WWE Wrestlemania XIX
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2004
  • WWE SummerSlam 2004
  • WWE Survivor Series 2004
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2005
  • WWE WrestleMania 22
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2000
  • WWE Wrestlemania X8
  • WWE WrestleMania XX
  • WWE WrestleMania 21
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2006
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2001
  • WWE Royal Rumble 2002
  • TNA Destination X 2012
  • TNA Hardcore Justice 2012
  • WWE: Tombstone - The History Of The Undertaker
  • WWE No Way Out 2006
  • TNA Turning Point 2012
  • TNA Final Resolution 2012
  • TNA No Surrender
  • TNA Slammiversary 2012
  • TNA Bound for Glory 2012
  • Death from Above
  • WWE: Triple H - That Damn Good
  • WWE No Way Out 2001
  • WWE No Way Out 2004
  • WWE WrestleMania X-Seven
  • TNA Lockdown 2013
  • WWE Vengeance 2006
  • WWE Unforgiven 2001
  • WWE Unforgiven 2000
  • WWE Survivor Series 1999
  • TNA: 10 Reunion
  • WWE: The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History
  • WWE No Way Out 2000
  • WWE Insurrextion 2000
  • WWE Judgment Day 2000
  • WWE King of the Ring 2000
  • WWE Fully Loaded 2000
  • WWE SummerSlam 2000
  • WWE Survivor Series 2000
  • WWE Rebellion 2000
  • WWE Armageddon 2000
  • WWE Backlash 2001
  • WWE Insurrextion 2001
  • WWE Judgment Day 2001
  • WWE King of the Ring 2001
  • WWE InVasion
  • WWE No Mercy 2001
  • WWE Rebellion 2001
  • WWE No Way Out 2005
  • WWE No Way Out 2002
  • WWE Backlash 2002
  • WWE Judgment Day 2002
  • WWE King of the Ring 2002
  • WWE Vengeance 2002
  • WWE Unforgiven 2002
  • WWE No Mercy 2002
  • WWE Rebellion 2002
  • WWE Armageddon 2002
  • WWE No Way Out 2003
  • WWE Vengeance 2003
  • WWE No Mercy 2003
  • WWE The Great American Bash 2004
  • WWE No Mercy 2004
  • WWE Armageddon 2004
  • WWE Judgment Day 2005
  • WWE Vengeance 2005
  • WWE SummerSlam 2005
  • WWE Unforgiven 2005
  • WWE Taboo Tuesday 2005
  • WWE New Year's Revolution 2006
  • WWE Judgment Day 2006
  • WWF Lita - It Just Feels Right
  • WWF Action!
  • WWF: Undertaker - This Is My Yard
  • WWF Before They Were WWF Superstars
  • WWF: Funniest Moments
  • WWF: Stone Cold Steve Austin: What?
  • WWE: The Videos Ramped Up Vol. 1
  • End Game
  • WWE: The Rise & Fall of ECW
  • Rey Mysterio: 619
  • Le Dernier Chasseur de sorcières
  • Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies
  • WWE: Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden
  • RPW: Angle vs. Sabre Jr.
  • Straight Outta Dudleyville: The Legacy of the Dudley Boyz
  • The US Championship: A Legacy of Greatness
  • WWE: History of the Hardcore Championship
  • WWE WrestleMania 2000
  • WWE Hall of Fame 2017
  • WWE Extreme Rules 2018
  • WWE Survivor Series 2017
  • WWE Elimination Chamber 2018
  • WWE Crown Jewel
  • WWE WrestleMania 35
  • WWE: Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Kurt Steven Angle (born December 9, 1968) is an American professional wrestler, actor and 1996 Olympic gold medalist. He is currently under contract with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he is a former four-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and recognized by the promotion as a 14-time World Champion (as they also include his amateur accolades). He is also known for his time in World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (WWF/E). Angle was involved in amateur wrestling during both high school and college. In college at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, he won numerous accolades, including being a two-time National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I champion. After graduating, he won the 1995 World Championship tournament. Angle then competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, where he won a gold medal in heavyweight freestyle wrestling. Kurt Angle is also one of only four people in the world to complete the Grand Slam in amateur wrestling which is the junior nationals, the NCAAs, the World Championships and the Olympics. He is also one of only four americans to win the Krasnoyarsk. He was named the greatest shoot wrestler and one of the top 15 college wrestlers of all time by USA Wrestling. Initially turning down an offer to join the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), Angle signed a multi-year contract with the company in 1998. His first big push in the company was in February 2000, when he held both the European Championship and the Intercontinental Championship at the same time. Not long after, Angle began pursuing the WWF Championship. He continued to be a part of main event matches until August 2006, when Angle was granted a release from his contract. Throughout his tenure in the company, he was a six-time world champion (four-time WWF/E Champion, World Heavyweight Champion and WCW Champion), he also held the United States Championship, Intercontinental Championship, European Championship, Hardcore Championship and WWE Tag Team Champion once each. In addition, he was the winner of the King of the Ring tournament in 2000, the tenth Triple Crown Champion, and the fifth Grand Slam Champion. In addition, he is one of two wrestlers (Edge being the other) to have held every currently active male championship in the WWE. After leaving WWE, Angle joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where he became the second wrestler in TNA to win TNA's Triple Crown and the first man to hold all three TNA championships simultaneously. While in TNA, his real-life wife Karen began accompanying him to the ring and playing a part in his on-screen storylines. Angle has also made appearances for New Japan Pro Wrestling as well as Inoki Genome Federation, where he held their version of the IWGP Heavyweight Championship. In addition, he is a three-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, the second Triple Crown winner in TNA history—being the only one to hold all the required titles at once (while also holding the IWGP Title, making him a quadruple champion for a brief time). Angle is the only wrestler in history to be a Triple Crown winner in both WWE and TNA. He is the first man to have held the WWE Championship, the World Heavyweight Championship, the WCW Championship, and the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in his career. Angle is also a two time King of the Mountain winner, winning at the 2007 and 2009 Slammiversary PPV event, making him the only wrestler to have been both King of the Ring (WWE) and King of the Mountain (TNA). Between WWE and TNA, Angle has won 17 total championships. In 2010 the Wrestling Observer Newsletter named Angle the Wrestler of the Decade of the 2000s Description above from the Wikipedia article Kurt Angle,  licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.





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