Nov. 29th, 1949
Memphis, Tennessee, USA
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Jerry O'Neil Lawler is an American semi-retired professional wrestler and color commentator. He is currently signed to WWE, where he serves as the color commentator on SmackDown and WWE pay-per-view events.
- In 1999, he broke character and rushed to aid Owen Hart, after Hart fell from the rafters to his death. Later on that year, Lawler broke character again and rushed to the aid of fellow wrestler, Droz, when an accidental move caused Droz to be permanently paralyzed from the neck down.
- Had a legendary feud with comedian Andy Kaufman in 1984,
- Former AWA Tag Team Champion.
- Son, Brian Christopher (Lawler) (b. 10 January 1972) who also wrestles for the WWF under the nickname "Grand Master Sexay". Daughter, Heather Lyn (Lawler) (b. 19 July 1969)
- Was disqualified when he Piledrove comedian 'Andy Kaufman (I)' (qv) in the 1982 match they had (the Piledriver was illegal where they were wrestling)
- Is an accomplished artist
- Good friends with actor Michael Ironside.
- Is a huge fan of the Cleveland Indians in baseball, and the Cleveland Browns in football.