Andre Rene Roussimoff, widely dubbed Andre the Giant, left behind an inheritance that will greatly benefit his daughter Robin Christensen-Roussimoff upon his death in 1993.
She actively participates in wrestling events and upholds his legacy through many means, representing him at international Comic Cons and other public events.
Her Birth Name
Robin Christensen-Roussimoff is the daughter of famed wrestler Andre Rene Roussimoff (known by fans as Andre the Giant). She inherited his image rights and now receives payment whenever his name appears in wrestling or movies.
Jean Christensen worked in the wrestling business’s public relations department. Through that connection she met Andre and they soon started dating; eventually marrying and having Robin together. At first though he didn’t accept Robin as his daughter due to Acromegaly – an hormonal condition.
Robin had an unstable relationship with her father due to their difficult marriage and hectic schedule, until his passing at just 14 years old. Since then, Robin has had difficulty processing this loss; thus she avoids talking much about him or discussing her private life in public forums; currently living in Seattle Washington while following Christianity.
Robin Christensen-Roussimoff grew up between France and the US. Her only parent is Andre Rene Roussimoff (aka Andre the Giant) and Jean Christensen; who both worked as publicists within wrestling circles. She attended school both places at once.
As she grew, her father’s hectic wrestling industry schedule prevented them from bonding closely; nonetheless, she always appreciated and respected his legacy and is proud of his achievements.
She has been actively engaged in maintaining her father’s legacy, even taking part in his documentary entitled ‘Andre the Giant’. Additionally, she makes appearances to honor him and keep his name alive within wrestling.
She inherited her height from her father as she stands at 6 feet tall. However, she prefers keeping her personal life private and has yet to disclose details regarding a potential romantic partner or children in her life.
Robin Christensen-Roussimoff has made her mark as an artist. She has worked on documentaries, TV movies and her father’s biopic. On social media she prefers keeping things low-key while keeping her personal life confidential.
She bears a striking resemblance to her father and has become the embodiment of his legacy. She makes frequent public appearances as an ambassador for the Andre the Giant Memorial Foundation, raising money and awareness about acromegaly, which affected both him and herself.
Robin was 14 when her father passed away in 1993 and learned of it through a message on her answering machine. Her mother passed away two years later. As sole heir of his estate and entitled to royalties for its use when it is utilized or referenced again. Robin does not currently have children nor any relationships at present.
Her Net Worth
Robin Christensen-Roussimoff may remain mysterious to outsiders, yet her legacy has left her incredibly wealthy. Her father Andre Rene Roussimoff was recognized in Guinness Book of World Records as one of the highest-paying wrestlers.
At his death in 1993, he left Robin a sizable sum of money; also she’s part of WWE Hall of Fame so she doesn’t lack for fame or fortune!
However, her career as a wrestler has not brought in as much income as that earned by her late father; nevertheless she’s been able to support herself financially with what little is earned through wrestling.
Robin stands 6 feet and weighs 96 Kg. She hails from Caucasus and holds French citizenship, although she’s unmarried and childless. An avid wrestling fan, Robin frequently attends wrestling events when possible and takes great pleasure in spending time with her two rescue dogs at home.