What WWE Wrestler is the Best Actor

11 WWE wrestlers who have starred in films

WWE wrestlers have always had a strong relationship with Hollywood. There is a great deal of similarity between them. Be it a wrestler in the rings or an actor in a camera, they all have to follow a script. All lines and actions are written. The only difference is that, unlike the superstars in the film, the wrestlers perform the deadly stunts themselves without their bodies doubling in size. It is because of this similar trait that many of the WWE Superstars are encouraged to pursue careers in the Hollywood mainstream.

Here is a list of WWE Superstars who have tried their luck as actors in television and film alongside their wrestling careers.

  1. John Cena

John Cena is a professional wrestler, rapper, and actor from America. His first film was The Marine in 2006, which was produced by WWE Studios. In this film, he plays a US marine, John Triton, who chases a group of diamond thieves to find his wife, who was kidnapped by them. He has also acted in the films "12 Runden" (2009) and "Legendary" (2010). His upcoming films include Sisters and Train wreck He has also been featured in some television shows like Psych (2010), Hannah Montana (2010), Fred: The show (2012) and Parks and recreation (2015).

  1. Stone cold Steve Austin

Steve Austin, known by his ring name "Stone Cold" or "The Rattlesnake", is an American retired wrestler, producer and actor. After appearing on several television shows like Celebrity Deathmatch (1998-2002), Nash bridges (1999-2000), Dilbert (2000) and The Bernie Mac Show (2005) starred Steve Austin in his first feature film, The Longest Yard in 2005. Adam Sandler starred in the film. In 2007, the convict was released by playing a prisoner who had to fight to the death of nine other convicted murderers. His other films are the Expendables (2010) and Adults 2 (2013).

  1. Kevin Nash

Kevin Scott Nash, also known as dieselis an American half retired wrestler and actor. Nash competed among WCW, TNA and WWF and ended up with the film in his first film break in 1991 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Mud where he played the role of Super Shredder, a genetically enhanced version of the villain Shredder. He also played in The punisher (2004), The longest yard (2005) and DOA: Dead or Alive (2006).

  1. Dwayne The Rock Johnson

After a successful wrestling career in the WWE, Dwayne Johnson, popularly known to his fans as "The Rock", switched to mainstream pop culture. He appeared in a few music videos before making his debut as Scorpion King in The mummy returns (2001). The success of the film brought him to his first lead role in action film The Scorpio King (2002). There has been no review The stone since then. He has appeared in a number of films including The game plan (2007), Get smart (2008), Tooth fairy (2010), Fast five (2011), G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013), Fast & Furious 6 (2013) and Hercules (2014), Angry 7 (2015) and San Andreas (2015) are his most recent publications.

  1. Kane

Glenn Thomas Jacobs, known in the wrestling world as "Kane", is an American wrestler and actor. He has been portrayed as the half-brother of another famous wrestler, The Undertaker. His first feature film was See No Evil in 2006, in which he played the part of the troubled serial killer Jacob Goodnight. He was also part of the sequel to this film, See No Evil 2 (2014) and made a cameo in MacGruber (2010).

  1. Goldberg

Bill Goldberg is an American actor, retired wrestler, and retired football player. His incredibly successful career at WCW earned him a role in the film Universal Soldier: The Return 1999. He was involved in many low budget and failed projects with the exception of The longest yard (2005), which did well at the box office. His other films, Santa's Slay (2005) and Half Past Dead 2 (2007) failed to impress and ultimately sank his film career.

  1. Triple H

Popularly known as Triple HPaul Michael Levesque is an American executive, professional wrestler, actor, author and former bodybuilder. His first major appearance in the film began with Blade: Trinity in 2004 when it failed to hit the box office. His acting career never really began as his next film. The supervisor (2011) and from the inside to the outside not well done either.

  1. Batista

David Michael Bautista Jr., known as Batista in the WWE, is an American actor and former professional mixed martial artist and professional wrestler. He played the role of Drax the destroyer in the 2014 version, Guardian of the Galaxy. The film turned out to be a huge box office hit. Batista has been trying his luck in acting since 2006 when he made a cameo Relatives strangers. He was in there too Riddick (2013). His upcoming films are Specter, Kickboxer: Vengeance, and Warrior gate.

  1. Andre the giant

WWE giant André René Roussimoff took on the role of Bigfoot in television series The six million dollar man. His uncredited box office debut was with the film Conan the destroyer in 1984. He appeared in Micki & Maude (1984), I like to hurt people (1985) and The princess bride (1987). His last appearance was in a comedy film Trade with mom (1994), after which he died in January 1993.

  1. Randy Orton

Randy Orton was set to make his Hollywood debut in the lead role in 2009 The Navy 2 Successor to John Cena. However, due to a collarbone injury, he was unable to do so. After playing a supporting role in the comedy film That's What I Am in 2011, Orton was chosen to star in The Navy 3, but was dropped again due to certain problems. After all, he played an important role in 12 rounds 2: Reloaded In 2013.

  1. The big show

Paul White, or The Big Show as we know him, is an American wrestler. In 1996 he was on screen and played the Giant Santa Claus in the Arnold Schwarzenegger film Jingle all the way. In 2010 he played his first leading role as Walter Krunk in a comedy film Knucklehead which turned out to be a cash register mistake. Still, Lionsgate and WWE Studios signed a contract for 6 films, the first of which was vendetta, released June 12, 2015. He has also made many television appearances at the same time.