Who is Robert Maillet? Net Worth, Partner, Biography

Robert Maillet
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Who is Robert Maillet?

Robert Maillet is a Canadian citizen who was born on October 26, 1969, in Georgetown, Ontario, under the sign of the Scorpio. Robert is a retired professional wrestler and actor, but he is perhaps most known for using the ring moniker “Kurrgan” when competing in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).

Childhood And Education

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Robert Maillet was reared by his mother, a nurse, and his father, a football coach at the nearby high school, in the French-Canadian community of Ste-Marie-de-Kent, New Brunswick. When he started playing football for fun in elementary school, he developed an interest in athletics. After enrolling in a nearby high school, he took football more seriously and also started wrestling.

Robert graduated from high school in 1987, enrolled in college, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1991 despite his desire to pursue a career as a professional wrestler.


Robert made his WWF debut on November 11, 1991, when he defeated Bob Bradley in a dark match while competing under the ring name “The Cajun Giant.” He later went on to work for Super World of Sports as Giant Goliath.

Together with The Jackyl, a former wrestler who is currently a professional wrestling color commentator, he joined the professional wrestling stable The Truth Commission after signing his initial contract with the WWF in 1997.

Before heading to the WWF, where Robert became “The Interrogator” and gained notoriety for his signature technique, “The Iron Claw,” they initially engaged in combat in the US Wrestling Association (USWA). The Jackyl served as Robert’s manager as he started wrestling independently after The Truth Commission disbanded.

Before beginning to work for Canadian retired professional wrestler Jacques Rougeau Jr., Robert next joined the stable The Oddities. On July 8, 2005, Robert wrestled in his farewell match against Jim Duggan, following which he announced his retirement from the sport.

Television Show Roles

In 2001, Robert made his television debut as Leroy in a single episode of the science fiction show “Lexx,” and in 2003, he guest starred as Behemoth Jones in an episode of the Canadian comedy series “Liocracy.”

He made appearances in the American version of “Once Upon a Time” and the British fantasy adventure drama “Merlin” in 2011. In 2012, Robert was invited to guest star as Momo in the French-Canadian action thriller series “Transporter: The Series.” In the 2013 American-Canadian supernatural drama “Haven,” which starred Emily Rose, Lucas Bryant, and Eric Balfour and was about the small town of Haven where people are all affected by a curse that could cause a lot of trouble if triggered, he played his first supporting character, Heavy. “Haven” won one award and was nominated for 17 others. In the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror film “The Strain,” which was loosely based on the series of books with the same name, Robert started playing The Master (also known as Jusef Sardu) in 2014.

In 2019, he played Balor in one episode of the American fantasy drama “American Gods,” in the 2020 episodes “The Swedish Job” of the superhero web series “The Umbrella Academy,” in which he played Lights Out Lubbock, and in the 2019 episode “Faux Hawk” of the web series “Titans,” in which he played Ring Fighter.

Movies’ Parts

In the critically acclaimed American epic historical action film “300,” written and directed by Zack Snyder and starring Lena Headey, Gerard Butler, and David Wenham, Robert made his cinematic debut in 2006. For his portrayal of Uber-Immortal, Robert won the MTV Movie Award for Best Fight.

In Guy Ritchie’s historical mystery action film “Sherlock Holmes” from 2009, Robert made an appearance. He then made several other well-received films, including the action thriller “The Big Bang,” in which he played Anton Protopopov, the independent Canadian horror film “Monster Brawl,” in which he played Frankenstein, and the American action film “Immortal,” in which he played the Minotaur in 2011. In the 2012 zombie comedy-horror film “A Little Bit Zombie,” he played the supporting role of Terry Thompkins. In 2013, he made appearances in five films, including the American fantasy adventure “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters,” which follows the son of Poseidon as he searches for the legendary Golden Fleece that could protect his friends from evil forces.

Additionally, Robert made an appearance in the Franco-Canadian action drama “The Young and Prodigious T. S. Spivet” and the urban fantasy film “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.”

He portrayed Yeti in the 2014 action film “Brick Mansions,” a remake of the French film “District 13” and starring the late actor Paul Walker. Robert played the Executioner in the Dwayne Johnson-led action-adventure film “Hercules” directed by Brett Ratner that same year.

In three of his most recent film performances, he played Sluggo in the critically acclaimed American superhero film “Deadpool 2,” Karl in the neo-noir action thriller “Polar,” and Apex in the action thriller “Becky” in 2020.

Relationship Status

In 1994, Robert met Laura Eaton for the first time at a party. The two were a perfect match and started dating just a few days later. Although they wed on June 13, 1997, in a small gathering of their closest relatives and friends, this wasn’t Laura’s first marriage. She had two girls from her previous marriage, whom Robert is currently parenting as his own.

In the early 2000s, Laura gave birth to their kid and Robert and Laura decided to adopt a girl from Ethiopia.

Robert hasn’t spoken about any other women he may have dated before meeting Laura, but it’s assumed that he dated his college sweetheart for a long time and that they dated for four years before breaking up for unspecified reasons.

Activities And Other Passions

Robert continues to maintain a rigorous diet and engage in frequent workouts in the gym, which contributes to his muscular physique. He has trained in martial arts and is skilled in several sports, including basketball, tennis, and soccer. Robert enjoys playing video games, and the games “Sonic” and “Crash Bandicoot Warped” are two of his favorites. His favorite console is still the PlayStation 1.

He enjoys traveling and has visited every state in the union, as well as numerous destinations in Europe, including Switzerland, Italy, and Croatia.

Robert enjoys watching movies in his free time. Jim Carrey and Angelina Jolie are two of his favorite actors and actresses, while “Liar Liar,” “Bruce Almighty,” and “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life” are some of his favorite films.

Body Structure And Net Worth

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Robert is 50 years old. His height is 6 ft 10 ins (2.08 m), his weight is roughly 220 pounds, and he has short brown hair and black eyes (100kgs).

His estimated net worth as of September 2020 is more than $1 million.