The Rock is a proven box-office draw. His hits include The Mummy Returns ($433 million), G.I. Joe: Retaliation ($375.7 million) and Fast Five ($626.1 million).
Andre the Giant
Born Andre Roussimoff, the Giant made his professional wrestling debut in 1973 and remained active through the '90s. He died at 46 in 1993 of heart failure and was the first inductee into the WWF Hall of Fame.
MOST FAMOUS FILM: The Princess Bride (1987)
Arguably the most famous wrestler of all time, the man born Terry Bollea has been active in wrestling for five decades. And, after making his big-screen debut in Rocky III, Hogan, now 60, has appeared in more than 20 movies and TV shows.
MOST FAMOUS FILM (besides Rocky III): Mr. Nanny(1993)
Jesse 'The Body' Ventura
Before he was the governor of Minnesota, but after he was a member of the U.S. Navy's Underwater Demolition Team during the Vietnam War, the now-62-year-old Ventura was a "villain" for much of his decadelong wrestling career.
MOST FAMOUS FILM: Predator(1987)
'Rowdy' Roddy Piper
The Canadian wrestler battled in a number of leagues for a decade before becoming a marquee character in the WWF. The 60-year-old still is active in professional wrestling, occasionally serving as a guest referee or, rarely, climbing into the ring.
MOST FAMOUS FILM: They Live(1988)
'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
Vince McMahon declared Austin, 49, the biggest box-office draw in wrestling despite being active in the WWE for only seven years. He took that power to the big screen, starring in several action flicks.
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