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Christopher Michael Benoit was born on 21 May 1967, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to Margaret and Michael Benoit. He was a professional wrestler, best known from holding multiple titles through his career, but also notorious for killing his wife and son, then committing suicide in 2007.

A noted wrestler, how rich was Chris Benoit? Sources state that Benoit had earned wealth of over $500,000, his net worth accumulated during his wrestling career which began in 1985.

Chris Benoit Net Worth $500,000

Benoit’s family moved to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada during his teenage years. He began his career as an amateur wrestler and bodybuilder, and eventually started to train with Stu Hart, enrolling in the acclaimed training facility of the Hart family, “Dungeon”, in 1985. Later that year he turned pro, joining Hart’s Stampede Wrestling promotion.

The following year Chris won his first title, the Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight Championship, and went on to win four International Tag Team and three more British Commonwealth titles during his time with Stampede. His net worth started to rise.

In 1989, he joined New Japan Pro Wrestling, wearing a mask and using the names Wild Pegasus and Pegasus Kid. The following year he won his first major championship, the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship, and went on to win the Best of the Super Juniors tournament twice, the Super J-Cup Tournament, the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship and several other regional championships. All contributed to his wealth.

Benoit then briefly wrestled for World Championship Wrestling, and then returned to Japan. In 1994 he joined Extreme Championship Wrestling, where he became known as ‘Crippler Benoit’, after he broke another wrestler’s neck. In 1995, he returned to the World Championship Wrestling, taking his division’s championship, and soon becoming a member of the reformed Four Horsemen, a popular wrestling squad along with Ric Flair, Arn Anderson and Brian Pillman. Despite attaining great success and fame while with the squad, Benoit left it a few years later.

Although WCW refused to acknowledge his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title, World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment acknowledged it, and Benoit soon joined the company. He formed a foursome called The Radicalz and shortly after became the Intercontinental Champion at WrestleMania 2000. He was then drafted into WWE’s SmackDown, where he won the 2004 Royal Rumble, earning a title shot at WrestleMania XX. He would eventually win the World Heavyweight Championship and Tag Team tournaments, becoming a wrestling star in the process, and boosting his net worth considerably.

Benoit later won the United States Championship on “Smackdown”, then in 2007 he was drafted back into the ECW, as part of the 2007 WWE Draft, and was scheduled to fight for the ECW World Championship. However, he didn’t appear due to a family emergency.

Shortly after, Benoit, his wife and their seven-year-old son were found dead at their house in Atlanta. Reportedly, he strangled his wife and son, and hanged himself the following day. It was later revealed that he had been suffering from severe brain damage, an advanced form of dementia.

The brilliant wrestler, who made a name for himself all over the world in promotions such as NJPW, CWA, ECW, WCW and WWF/E, held 22 titles, was a two-time world champion, WWE Triple Crown Champion and WCW Triple Crown Champion. He has been considered as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. This enabled him to achieve a worldwide fame, numerous awards and a considerable fortune.

When it comes to his personal life, Benoit was married twice; his first marriage was to Martina Benoit, with whom he had two children before their divorce in 1997. He married Nancy Sullivan, who was previously married to wrestler Kevin Sullivan, in 2000, and the couple had one child together before the tragic ending.


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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
E.C.W. 2007 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWF Raw 2000-2007 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWE Smackdown! 2000-2007 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWE Saturday Night's Main Event 2007 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWE Velocity 2005-2006 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007 2006 Video Game Chris Benoit (voice)
The Smackdown! Special 2005 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006 2005 Video Game Chris Benoit (voice)
WWE Homecoming 2005 Chris Benoit
The Great American Bash 2005 TV Movie Chris Benoit
ECW One Night Stand 2005 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WrestleMania 21 2005 Video Game Chris Benoit (voice)
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2004 Video Game Chris Benoit (voice)
ECW: Hardcore TV - Mental! 2003 Video Chris Benoit
WWE WrestleMania X-8 2002 Video Game Chris Benoit
King of the Ring 2002 TV Movie Chris Benoit
King of the Ring 2001 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WWE Sunday Night Heat 2000 TV Series Chris Benoit
Fully Loaded 2000 TV Movie Chris Benoit
King of the Ring 2000 TV Movie Chris Benoit
No Way Out 2000 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Thunder 1998-2000 TV Series Chris Benoit
WCW Starrcade 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW World Championship Wrestling 1996-1999 TV Series Chris Benoit
WCW Mayhem 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Monday Nitro 1995-1999 TV Series Chris Benoit
WCW Halloween Havoc 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Fall Brawl 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Road Wild 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Bash at the Beach 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW The Great American Bash 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Slamboree 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Spring Stampede 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Uncensored 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW SuperBrawl IX 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Souled Out 1999 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO Superstar Series: Diamond Dallas Page - Feel the Bang! 1998 Video Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO World War 3 1998 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO The Great American Bash 1998 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO Slamboree 1998 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO Uncensored 1998 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO SuperBrawl VIII 1998 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW/NWO Souled Out 1998 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Starrcade 1997 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW World War 3 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Fall Brawl: War Games 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Road Wild 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
The Great American Bash 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Slamboree 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Spring Stampede 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Uncensored 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW SuperBrawl VII 1997 TV Movie Chris Benoit
Clash of the Champions 1997/II TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Starrcade 1996 1996 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Halloween Havoc 1996 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Fall Brawl 1996 TV Movie Chris Benoit
Clash of the Champions 1996/II TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Hog Wild 1996 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Bash at the Beach 1996 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW The Great American Bash 1996 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW Starrcade 1995 1995 TV Movie Chris Benoit
Collision in Korea 1995 TV Movie Wild Pegasus
ECW Return of the Funker 1995 Video Chris Benoit
ECW Double Tables 1995 Video Chris Benoit
ECW November to Remember 1994 Video Chris Benoit
WCW Slamboree 1993 1993 TV Movie Chris Benoit
WCW SuperBrawl III 1993 TV Movie Chris Benoit
Clash of the Champions XXII 1993 TV Movie Chris Benoit
Clash of the Champions XIX 1992 TV Movie Chris Benoit
Stampede Wrestling 1957 TV Series 1957

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
WWE Hall of Fame 2005 2005 Video documentary Himself
WWE Royal Rumble 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE New Year's Revolution 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
Hardcore Homecoming: November Reign 2005 Video Himself
The Rise & Fall of ECW 2004 Video documentary Himself
Survivor Series 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Taboo Tuesday 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Unforgiven 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
Summerslam 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Day of Reckoning 2004 Video Game Himself - graphical likeness
WWE Vengeance 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story 2004 Video documentary Himself
WWE Bad Blood 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself / Pegasus Kid
WWE Backlash 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
John Cena: Word Life 2004 Video documentary Himself
Fox and Friends 2004 TV Series Himself
WrestleMania XX 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
10 Things Every Guy Should Experience 2004 TV Series documentary Himself
The Monday Night War: WWE Raw vs. WCW Nitro 2004 Video documentary Himself
Royal Rumble 2004 TV Special Chris Benoit
Rey Mysterio: 619 2003 Video documentary Himself
Survivor Series 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE No Mercy 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
Summerslam 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Vengeance 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Judgment Day 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
WrestleMania XIX 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE No Way Out 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
Royal Rumble 2003 TV Special Chris Benoit
New Japan Pro-Wrestling 30th Anniversary 1997-1999 2002 Video Himself
WWE Armageddon 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
Survivor Series 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Rebellion 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE No Mercy 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Unforgiven 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
Summerslam 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Vengeance 2002 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Smackdown! 2001 TV Series Himself
WWF Judgment Day 2001 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF Insurrextion 2001 TV Special Chris Benoit
WrestleMania X-Seven 2001 TV Special Chris Benoit
Royal Rumble 2001 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF Rebellion 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
Survivor Series 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF No Mercy 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF Unforgiven 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
Summerslam 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF Judgment Day 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF Insurrextion 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWF Backlash 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WrestleMania 2000 2000 TV Special Chris Benoit
WCW World Title Tournament 1999 TV Special Chris Benoit
WCW Monday Nitro 1998 TV Series Himself
ECW Three Way Dance 1995 TV Special Chris Benoit
Eastern Championship Wrestling 1993 TV Series Himself (1995)
WCW Worldwide Wrestling 1975 TV Series Himself (1995-1999)
WWE Draft Special 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE: The Ladder Match 2007 Video Himself
WWE Judgment Day 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Backlash 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen 2007 Video documentary Himself
WrestleMania 23 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Hall of Fame 2007 2007 TV Movie Himself
WWE No Way Out 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE One Night Stand 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
Royal Rumble 2007 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Armageddon 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
Survivor Series 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Cyber Sunday 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE No Mercy 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
Summerslam 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Judgment Day 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WrestleMania 22 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Hall of Fame 2006 2006 TV Movie Himself
WWE No Way Out 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Royal Rumble 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE New Year's Revolution 2006 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Armageddon 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
Survivor Series 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, the Best There Was, the Best There Ever Will Be 2005 Video documentary Himself
WWF Raw 2004-2005 TV Series Himself
WWE No Mercy 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Day of Reckoning 2 2005 Video Game Himself (graphical likeness)
Summerslam 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
WWE Backlash 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit
WrestleMania 21 2005 TV Special Chris Benoit

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
WWE: Batista - I Walk Alone 2009 Video Chris Benoit
WWE: The Best of SmackDown - 10th Anniversary 1999-2009 2009 Video Chris Benoit
WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 2008 Chris Benoit
WWE: Twist of Fate - The Matt and Jeff Hardy Story 2008 Video Chris Benoit
The Fifth Estate 2008 TV Series documentary Himself
Bigger Stronger Faster* 2008 Documentary Himself (uncredited)
Hannity & Colmes 2007 TV Series Himself
On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren 2007 TV Series Himself
Geraldo at Large 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
Good Morning America 2007 TV Series Himself
Scarborough Country 2007 TV Series Himself
Today 2007 TV Series Himself
WWF Raw 2007 TV Series Chris Benoit / Pegasus Kid
WWE Smackdown! 2005-2006 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWE: The History of the WWE Championship 2006 Video Chris Benoit
WWE Velocity 2005 TV Series Chris Benoit
WWE Bloodbath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches 2003 Video Chris Benoit
WWE: Raw Tenth Anniversary 2003 Video Chris Benoit
WWE: Stone Cold Steve Austin - What? 2002 Video Chris Benoit
Extreme Championship Wrestling: Hardcore History 2001 Video Chris Benoit
Kurt Angle - It's True! It's True! 2000 Video Chris Benoit
WCW Monday Nitro 1996 TV Series Himself
ECW Enter Sandman 1995 Video Chris Benoit
WCW World Championship Wrestling 1991 TV Series Himself / The Pegasus Kid

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TitleSalary
WCW Monday Nitro (1995) $550,000 (a year)

#Fact
1 Shared his birthday with his wife Nancy.
2 Won the World Heavyweight Championship in the Main Event of WrestleMania XX (a Triple Threat Match) when he forced HHH to submit to the Crippler Crossface. [March 2004]
3 Beat Chavo Guerrerro to retain his United States Championship at Armageddon. [December 2006]
4 Defeated Triple H at Vengeance 2004 (with help from Eugene) to retain the World Heavyweight Championship and defeated Triple H once again in a 60- Minute Iron Man Match on RAW (7/26/2004) with the help of Eugene once again. [July 2004]
5 Will defend his U.S. Title against Orlando Jordan on the first episode of Friday Night Smackdown. [September 2005]
6 Lost the World Heavyweight Champsionship to Randy Orton at Summerslam 2004 when Orton hit Benoit with the RKO. [August 2004]
7 Still Heavyweight Champion. Will face Kane at Bad Blood for the Heavyweight Championship. [May 2004]
8 Has just left Smackdown. He is now wrestling on Raw! [January 2004]
9 Is still wrestling on WWE SmackDown!, being one of the top superstars today. [January 2004]
10 Is scheduled to face Orlando Jordan at Summerslam for the US title. [August 2005]
11 Will defend his championship against another Evolution member Randy Orton at Summerslam 2004 August 15th in his home country at The Air Centre in Toronto. [August 2004]
12 Defeated Triple H in a 1 hour "Iron Man" match (with the help of Eugene). [July 2004]
13 Has been entered into the 2004 Royal Rumble match, although SmackDown GM Paul Heyman has forced him to enter at the dreaded number 1. Nevertheless, he is a favourite to win the match. [January 2004]
14 Drafted to SmackDown! as the first draft pick of the 2005 WWE Draft. [June 2005]
15 Defeated Triple H and Shawn Michaels in an Final Encounter Triple threat match for the World Heavyweight Title at the RAW pay per view Backlash in his home city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. [April 2004]
16 Will be going on to be in the Main Event at WrestleMania XX after winning the 2004 Royal Rumble [January 2004]
17 He is back wrestling in WWF (E). Just lost the IC title and is now wrestling on Smackdown. [September 2002]
18 Won Royal Rumble, will face Triple H for the World Championship at Wrestlemania 20. [January 2004]
19 Defeated Orlando Jordan at Summerslam in 25 1/2 seconds to win the US title. [August 2005]
20 Defeated Kane to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. In another match, he and Edge failed their attempt to win back the World Tag Team Championship against La Resistance when they were disqualified [June 2004]
21 In June 2007, Chris Benoit (I)', murdered his son, Daniel Christopher Benoit, and second wife, Nancy Daus-Sullivan, before committing suicide.
22 A clip of Bret Hart applying his Sharpshooter finishing hold on Benoit appears in the opening credit sequence of every episode of Malcolm in the Middle.
23 Considered for the part of Wolverine in "X-Men" (2000), pitted against Sabertooth, played by wrestler Tyler Mane.
24 Was born in Montreal, Quebec before moving with family to Western Canada.
25 Grew up in Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada, Edmonton's suburb.
26 Won United States Champion-belt from Mr.Kennedy via Crippler Crossface in his Smackdown re-debut 2006.
27 He made sports entertainment history at the 2005 SummerSlam, when he defeated Orlando Jordan for the US Championship in just 25.5 seconds - the fastest US Championship victory in the celebrated 20 year history of the prestigious title.
28 In the summer of 1995, Benoit received a WWE try out match against Owen Hart in Youngstown, OH, but was not offered a contract.
29 Former WCW Television Champion.
30 Former WCW Tag Team Champion.
31 Benoit feuded with Kevin Sullivan, resulting in many falls count anywhere matches.
32 Entrance music was 'Whatever' by Our Lady Peace.
33 In the WCW, he was a member of the last Four Horsemen along with Dean Malenko, Ric Flair and Steve McMichael.
34 Lost a tooth when he was pretending to wrestle with his dog as a kid. The dogs face hit him on the jaw, which knocked the tooth out. He never had a tooth inserted, because he though he would lose it again, when he started his wrestling-career.
35 Played football in high school as defensive end.
36 His last name is pronounced French style as "ben-wah".
37 Became known as the Canadian Crippler after breaking the neck of extreme wrestler Terry Brunk a.k.a Sabu while wrestling for ECW.
38 Notable Title Wins Include: Stampede International tag team titles (4); Stampede British Commonwealth Mid-Heavyweight title (4); WWF/UWA World Light- Heavyweight title; Super J Cup Tournament winner; ECW World tag team titles; WCW TV title (3); WCW World tag team titles (3); WCW US title (2); WCW World Heavyweight title; WWF Intercontinental title (4); WWE Tag Team title; WWE World Heavywieght title; WWE World Tag Team titles
39 Trained by Stu Hart. Chris Benoit would work all week, then drive 185 miles south, from his Edmonton home, to Calgary, to the Hart House. After 6 months of the grueling training, Benoit made his debut for Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling.
40 Was defeated in the finals of the tournament to crown the first WCW Cruiserweight Champion
41 2004 WWE Royal Rumble Winner
42 The second man to enter #1 and win the Royal Rumble (Shawn Michaels was the first), but now holds the record for being in a Rumble match the longest (over 61 minutes, former record holder was Ric Flair with almost one hour, while Shawn Michaels Rumble win was 48:37)
43 Eddie and Benoit went to SmackDown in late 2002, where Benoit stayed ever since. He won the Tag Titles with Kurt Angle at No Mercy 2002, and wrestled in a MOTY contender against Angle at Royal Rumble 2003 for the WWE Title.
44 In June 2001, he suffered a severe neck injury that kept him out for exactly a year. He returned on a Raw in his hometown of Edmonton, and joined forces with Eddie Guerrero and Ric Flair.
45 He 'won' the WWF Title on two occasions, once at Fully Loaded and once at Unforgiven 2000. However, both times the decision was over-ruled, and he is still yet to win the WWF/E title officially.
46 He joined the WWF in January 2000, as a member of the Radicalz with Eddie Guerrero, Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko. He became the Intercontinental Champion at WrestleMania 2000.
47 Since then, Benoit has feuded with A-Train, Eddie Guerrero, and A-Train again. He is now on the brink of a big feud with Brock Lesnar, the current WWE Champion, and made him tap out to the Crippler Crossface at Survivor Series 2003, and again on a preceeding SmackDown.
48 Chris Benoit held the WCW World title for less than a day. Because he left, with three others, he was forced to forfeit the title.
49 When he began wrestling, he wrestled as "Dynamite" Chris Benoit, as a tribute to the Kid. He also began using the Diving Headbutt, one of the Kid's trademark moves.
50 Idolized the Dynamite Kid, Tommy Billington growing up.
51 Had a son David from a previous relationship, and a daughter Megan from his ex-wife.
52 Underwent major neck surgery in July 2001 after a wrestling match with "X-Pac" where he suffered a botched "X-Factor."
53 Former member of WWF team "The Radicalz".
54 Former member of the WCW Revolution.
55 Wrestled in Japan under a mask as The Pegasus Kid. After losing to Jushin "Thunder" Liger in a match, he unmasked himself as part of the stipulation. Shortly afterwards, he called himself Wild Pegasus.
56 Because of how often he defended his WWF Intercontinental Title, Chris Benoit has been called the "fightingest" Interconinental Champion in WWF history.
57 Professional wrestler.
58 Held WCW TV Title a couple of times, WCW Tag Title a few times and recently won the US Heavyweight Title
59 Nancy had their first child together on Febuary 25, 2000, a son named Daniel Christopher Benoit.

#Quote
1 Prove me wrong!
2 I am the greatest technical wrestler in the history of the WWF!

#Trademark
1 Trademark move: Three Amigos (Combination of three vertical suplexes)
2 Trademark move: Backhand Chop
3 Trademark move: Snap Suplex
4 Trademark move: Rolling German Suplexes
5 Finishing move: Diving Headbutt
6 Finishing move: Sharpshooter
7 Finishing move: Crippler Crossface (Crossface hold)
8 Finishing move (as Pegasus Kid and Wild Pegasus): Second Rope Tombstone Piledriver
9 Trademark move: High Speed Powerbomb
10 Trademark move: Lariat
11 Trademark move: High Lift Belly-to-Back Suplex
12 Trademark move: Gutwrench Suplex
13 Trademark move: Dragon Suplex
14 Trademark move (as Pegasus Kid and Wild Pegasus): Top Rope Diving Leg Drop
15 Trademark move (as Pegasus Kid and Wild Pegasus): Top Rope Gutwrench Suplex
16 A missing upper tooth gave him the infamous nickname "Toothless Aggression," a parody of the famous WWE line "Ruthless Aggression."
17 Trademark move: Multiple German Suplexes (a chain of 3 or more German suplexes)
18 Wrestling finisher move "The Swandive Headbutt"


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