Robert Maillet Biography
Robert Maillet is a Canadian actor and retired professional wrestler who was born on October 26, 1969, in Georgetown, Halton Hills, Canada. Robert is known for his time in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from 1997 to 1999, where he performed under the ring name Kurrgan and was a member of The Truth Commission and The Oddities.
Robert is known for his roles in films such as 300 (2007), Sherlock Holmes (2009), Immortals (2011), Pacific Rim (2013), Brick Mansions (2014), Hercules (2014), as well as Deadpool 2 (2018).
Robert Maillet Age
Robert was born on October 26, 1969, in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada. His birth sign is Scorpio.
Robert Maillet Height
Robert stands at a height of 7 feet 0 in (2.13 m) tall.
Robert Maillet 300
Robert appeared in the 2006 film 300, an adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel of the same name. Robert played the Über-Immortal, a savage berserker who was part of the enemy’s imperial guard.
Robert Maillet Deadpool 2
Robert in 2018, had a small part in the superhero film Deadpool 2 as Sluggo, a mutant mercenary who is in prison alongside the titular character, he also had a part in the 2018 Netflix film Game Over, Man!. He also was in the 2020 film Becky alongside Kevin James.
Robert Maillet WWF
Before Robert started his acting career when he was in WWF. He made the first appearance in the WWF on November 11, 1991, when he wrestled as The Cajun Giant, defeating Bob Bradley in a dark match at a television taping in Utica, NY, in 1991 worked for Super World of Sports as Giant Goliath. He also spent worked for the Japanese W*ING promotion as Goliath El Gigante.
In 1997 Robert was signed to the WWF, alongside The Jackyl, as a member of The Truth Commission. The group was sent to the United States Wrestling Association (USWA) before being called up to the main WWF roster, where Robert’s ring name evolved into The Interrogator (whose name was inspired by The Kurgan as well as was occasionally referred to as Kurrgan the Interrogator on television). Under the tutelage of The Jackyl, a charismatic cult leader, Kurrgan was famous for applying the Iron Claw to his opponents and not breaking the hold until The Jackyl slapped him across the face.
After The Truth Commission disbanded, Maillet continued as a singles wrestler managed by The Jackyl, He later went on to be part of The Oddities, The Jackyl’s new stable; but once The Jackyl was removed as the advisor of The Oddities and replaced by the Insane Clown Posse, The Oddities turned face as well as became fan favorites. Maillet later worked for Jacques Rougeau’s wrestling events as Kurgan. On July 8, 2005, Robert wrestled Jim Duggan.
Robert Maillet Actor
Robert appeared in the year 2006 film 300, an adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel of the same name. He played the Über-Immortal, a savage berserker who was part of the enemy’s imperial guard. During a fight scene in November 2008, for the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes, Robert accidentally punched Robert Downey Jr. in the face, bloodying Downey and knocking him down. later on, Downey stated on an episode of the Late Show with David Letterman that Maillet was (10 times more upset about it) than he was.
Robert played a Russian professional boxer who took a dive in the 2011 film The Big Bang. Later same year, he appeared in the film Monster Brawl as Frankenstein in a wrestling tournament of eight classic monsters that fight to the death. Robert played Polyphemus in the 2013 film Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Blackwell in the 2013 film adaptation of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, as well as the executioner in the 2014 film Hercules.
Robert had a recurring role on the Syfy original series Haven billed as a “Heavy”, a thug for the series antagonist. , partly in the superhero film Deadpool 2 as Sluggo, a mutant mercenary who is in prison alongside the titular character in 2018. Robert also had a part in the 2018 Netflix film Game Over, Man!, Robert also was in the 2020 film Becky alongside Kevin James.
Robert Maillet Movies;
- 2020 – Becky – Apex
- 2019 – Polar – Karl
- 2018 – Game Over, Man! – Tall Thug
- 2018 – Deadpool 2 – Sluggo
- 2016 – Killer Waves – Barracuda Ben
- 2015 – Rabid Dogs – Bear Man #2
- 2014 – Brick Mansions – Yeti
- 2014 – Hercules – Executioner
- 2013 – The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones – Samuel Blackwell
- 2013 – Septic Man – Giant
- 2013 – The Young and Prodigious Spivet – Giant Hobo
- 2013 – Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters – Polyphemus & Laistrygonian
- 2013 – Pacific Rim – Lt. Aleksei Kaidonovsky
- 2012 – A Little Bit Zombie – Terry Thompkins
- 2011 – The Big Bang – Anton Protopov
- 2011 – Monster Brawl – Frankenstein
- 2011 – Immortals – Minotaur
- 2009 – Sherlock Holmes – Dredger
- 2006 – 300 – Über-Immortal
Robert Maillet Tv shows
- 2020 – Titans – Ring Fighter
- 2019 – American Gods – Balor
- 2014–2015 – The Strain – The Master/Jusef Sardu
- 2014 – Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds – Bedard
- 2013; 2015 – Haven – Heavy
- 2012 – Transporter: The Series – Momo
- 2011 – Merlin – Derian
- 2011 – Once Upon a Time – Behemoth
- 2003 – Liocracy – Behemoth Jones
- 2001 – Lexx – Leroy Robert Maillet Awards and Achievements;
- Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling
- AGPW Continental Championship (1 time)
- NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
- NWA/ECCW Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
- Legend City Wrestling
- LCW Newfoundland Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Mr. Fantastic
- Real Action Wrestling
- RAW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- United States Wrestling Association
- USWA World Tag Team Championship (3 times) – with Recon Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
- Worst Tag Team (1998) – with Golga
- Worst Gimmick (1998) – as Kurrgan, as part of The Oddities