Born: 1972-02-08 (46 years old)
Paul Randall Wight, Jr.Â better known by hisÂ ring nameÂ Big Show, is an AmericanÂ professional wrestlerÂ currently signed withÂ WWE. Wight is a seven-timeÂ world champion, having won theÂ WCW World Heavyweight ChampionshipÂ twice, theÂ WWF/E ChampionshipÂ twice, theÂ ECW World ChampionshipÂ once, and theÂ World Heavyweight ChampionshipÂ twice, making him the first and only wrestler ever to hold all four championships. In addition to these championships, he has also won theÂ WWE Intercontinental ChampionshipÂ once, theÂ WWE United States ChampionshipÂ once, andÂ WWE Hardcore ChampionshipÂ three times. Wight is also an 11-time world tag team champion, having won the WWE's originalÂ World Tag Team ChampionshipÂ five timesÂ (twice withÂ The Undertaker, and once each withÂ Kane,Â Chris Jericho, andÂ The Miz), theÂ WWE Tag Team Championshipthree timesÂ (once each with Jericho, Miz, and Kane), and theÂ WCW World Tag Team ChampionshipÂ three timesÂ (once each withÂ Lex Luger,Â Sting, andÂ Scott Hall). In addition to these accolades, Big Show is the 24th WWE Triple Crown Champion, the sixteenth Grand Slam Champion in WWE history, and the third wrestler (afterÂ Kurt AngleÂ andÂ Edge) to have held every currently active male championship in WWE. Between WWE and WCW, Wight has held 23 total championships. He was also the winner of WCW's annualÂ World War 3Â 60-manÂ Battle RoyalÂ inÂ 1996, and has headlined many pay-per-views for WCW and the WWF/E since the mid-1990s, including theÂ 2000Â episode of WWE's premier annual event,Â WrestleMania. Outside of professional wrestling, Wight has appeared in feature films and television series such asÂ The Waterboy,Â Star Trek: Enterprise,Â andÂ USA Network's comedy-dramaÂ Royal PainsÂ and the action-dramaÂ Burn Notice. In 2010, he had his first major role in the comedy filmÂ Knucklehead, which was produced byÂ WWE Studios. Wight has said he would like to continue his acting career and expand beyond roles based on his size.