How much net worth Steven Austin has?
Stone Cold American actor, producer, and former professional wrestler Steve Austin has a $30 million dollar fortune. He has held many titles while competing as a professional wrestler, including six different world championships and three Royal Rumble victories.
About Stone Cold Steve Austin
Steve Austin is an American media personality, actor and producer. On December 18, 1964, in Austin, Texas, Steven James Anderson was born. He adopted his stepfather’s last name and then changed his name to Steven James Williams, although he is best known by his ring name, Stone Cold Steve Austin. When he was around a year old, his parents, James and Beverly Anderson (née Harrison), got divorced. Then, in 1968, his mother got married to Ken Williams and relocated to Edna, Texas. He has a sister and four brothers. He attended Wharton County Junior College on a football scholarship after graduating from Edna High School before being awarded a full scholarship to the University of North Texas.
Austin has appeared in movies including “The Expendables,” “The Condemned,” and “The Longest Yard” as an actor (2010). In addition, he is a popular reality television host. From 2012 to 2016, he hosted the CMT programme “Redneck Island,” and from 2014 to 2017, he hosted his own competition programme, “Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge.”
Austin decided to pursue a career in wrestling and joined the Dallas Sportatorium, where Chris Adams served as his trainer. Adams instructed him in technical manoeuvres but did not include kayfabe or business topics. Tony Falk, the referee for his 1989 World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) debut match against Frogman LeBlanc, taught him about those basics of wrestling.
Austin departed the USWA in 1990, and the following year he joined World Champion Wrestling (WCW). When playing the good guy wasn’t working, he adopted the alias “Stunning Steve Austin.” In 1991, he debuted in World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
Together with Brian Pillman, Austin founded The Hollywood Blonds in January 1993. On March 3, their team captured the combined NWA and WCW World Tag Team Championship, which they held for five months. He won the championship in August 1994 via forfeit after Ricky Steamboat’s back condition prevented him from competing. Austin was sacked by WCW Vice President Eric Bischoff in June 1995 because, in his opinion, he was not a marketable performer. Austin won four federation championships, in addition to several additional tag team and singles titles, between 1995 and 1999. He and Vince McMahon were also embroiled in a dispute.
Although he has continued to appear in wrestling programming in non-wrestling roles, such as referee, since his official retirement from wrestling in March 2003, He served as “Raw’s” co-general manager and sheriff from 2003 to 2004.
Steven Austin Married Life
Steve Austin has had four marriages. He was married to Kathy Burrhus in his first marriage from 1990 until 1992. In 1992, Austin wed Jeannie Clark, also known as Lady Blossom. In 1999, they got divorced. Stephanie and Cassidy, their two daughters, were born to them. From 2000 until 2003, he was married to Debra Marshall. In 2009, he wed Kristin Feres.