Robin Christensen-Roussimoff is Andre the Giant’s daughter and currently resides in Seattle. She makes public appearances to honor his legacy while raising awareness for acromegaly.
She stands six feet, just like her father, and bears an uncanny resemblance. While she prefers keeping her personal life private, she occasionally gives interviews regarding his life and legacy.
What is her relationship with her father?
We all recognize Andre the Giant as the 7-foot-4 wrestling legend from the ’70s and ’80s, but few may know about his daughter Robin Christensen-Roussimoff who continues his legacy today.
As Robin was growing up, her relationship with her father was tenuous due to their volatile marriage and his busy lifestyle. Unfortunately, this meant only seeing him occasionally.
As she got older, Robin became increasingly curious about her father and sought more information. She even reached out to Cary Elwes who worked on The Princess Bride with him.
Unfortunately, Robin’s efforts were in vain; she lost both parents to death – first her father in 1993 and later her mother 15 years later. Although Robin does not have children of her own yet, she uses her fame to spread awareness about his legacy and also advises comic book publishers who feature his likeness.
What is her net worth?
Robin Christensen-Roussimoff is the daughter of Andre the Giant (Andre Rene Roussimoff), one of the world’s most beloved and highest-paid professional wrestlers who was affected by acromegaly and consequently had incredible growth rates due to this condition. Unfortunately he passed away in 1993 at just 37 years old.
Robin boasts an estimated net worth of $10 Million. Her fortune was amassed through acting, wrestling and licensing her father’s name for use in video games. Based in Seattle, Robin travels across the country attending Comic Con events to promote his legacy and celebrate it further.
Robin stands 6 feet and weighs 96 kg, leading a healthy lifestyle and eating a balanced diet. Her chest, waist and hip measurements measure 44-40-44 inches for her slim body type. With such an attractive youth-filled appearance she looks great no matter what outfit is chosen to compliment it! Although currently single she remains private about her personal life and does not openly discuss relationships.
What is her social media presence?
Andre the Giant was an iconic wrestling legend who left an indelible mark on millions around the world with high-stakes matches and heartwarming films like The Princess Bride. However, his legacy lives on through Robin Christensen-Roussimoff – his daughter.
Christensen-Roussimoff is an author and movie producer dedicated to carrying on her father’s legacy. Additionally, she has made waves online with a strong social media following that she has built up over time.
She bears an uncanny resemblance to her father and is affectionately referred to as “Andre’s little girl.” She has appeared in both his documentary film as well as performed as an actress.
Though she has achieved success in the entertainment industry, she prefers to maintain some level of privacy in her personal life. Based in Seattle, Washington and an advocate for children’s rights. Additionally, she has actively engaged in charitable efforts aimed at increasing awareness about acromegaly (the rare disorder that caused her father’s famed rise).
Who is her mother?
Robin Christensen-Roussimoff is an attractive and successful woman who has earned fame as a wrestler. However, she remains private despite her fame – being unspotted with anyone other than herself or having any children of her own.
Born in France to Andre Rene Roussimoff (known commonly as Andre the Giant) and Jean Christensen, her mother worked in public relations in WWE helping Andre with his professional wrestling career.
Early in her life, she only saw her father intermittently due to his frequent travel for his gigs. They met for the first time when she was 18 months old; at 4 years old; and for five minutes in November 1991.
She is currently consulting on a film about her late father’s life, while also promoting books and films about Andre’s story – this way earning a handsome sum through promotional activities as well as licensing rights.