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Randal Keith Orton known as Randy Orton was born on April 1, 1980. He is an American professional wrestler and actor. Randy Orton net worth 2020 is $11 million.

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Randy Orton Profile

Randal Keith Orton was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, on April 1, 1980, the son of nurse Elaine and professional wrestler Bob Orton Jr.

After graduating from high school in 1998, he enlisted with the United States Marine Corps. At the base, he received a bad conduct discharge in 1999 after going UA on two occasions and disobeying an order from a commanding officer. Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, he was tried and convicted under a special court-martial, subsequently spending 38 days in the brig at Camp Pendleton.

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Knowing the hardships of life as a professional wrestler, Orton’s parents tried to convince him to stay away from the business and his father warned him that life in the ring meant a life on the road and away from family

Randy Orton’s Career

Orton made his wrestling debut in 2000 at the Mid-Missouri Wrestling Association-Southern Illinois Conference Wrestling (MMWA-SICW) in St. Louis, Missouri, an offshoot of the historic St. Louis Wrestling Club headed by Sam Muchnick.

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There, he was trained by both the staff of the promotion and his father, Bob Orton Jr. He wrestled for the promotion for one month,  where he performed with wrestlers such as Phil e. Blunt and Ace Strange and Mark Bland. Orton also refereed a few matches with World Organized Wrestling (WOW), a promotion where his uncle Barry Orton worked

In 2001, Orton signed a deal with the then World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and was sent to its developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) in Louisville, Kentucky, where he continued his training. 

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During his time in OVW, Orton wrestled the likes of Rico Constantino and The Prototype and teamed with Bobby Eaton during a tag team title tournament. 

Randy Orton’s Acting career

A former Marine, Orton was set to star in the action film The Marine 2 (2009), but was replaced by Ted DiBiase after injuring his collarbone. He had a supporting role as the father of a school bully in the comedy-drama film That’s What I Am (2011).

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He signed on to star in the action film The Marine 3: Homefront (2013), but was replaced by The Miz due to his uneasy history with the Marines. 

` He later starred in the action films 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded (2013)  and The Condemned 2 (2015). He had a guest role as James Richards, a former Navy SEAL and leader of a militia group, in a December 2016 episode of the USA action series Shooter.  He has also had supporting roles in the comedy-drama film Changeland (2019) and the romantic comedy film Long Shot (2019).

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Randy Orton Net worth 2020

Randy Orton is worth $11 million in 2020. He has won a lot of awards. Some of which are listed below.

Ohio Valley Wrestling

OVW Hardcore Championship(2 times )

Pro Wrestling Illustrated

Feud of the Year

Most Hated Wrestler of the Year(2007, 2009)

Most Improved Wrestler of the Year(2004)

Most Popular Wrestler of the Year(2010)

Rookie of the Year(2001)

Wrestler of the Year(2009, 2010)

Ranked No. 1 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500in 2008

World Wrestling Entertainment/WWE

World Heavyweight Championship(4 times)

World Tag Team Championship(1 time) – with Edge

WWE Championship[a](9 times

WWE Intercontinental Championship(1 time)

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship(1 time) – with Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper

WWE United States Championship(1 time)

Money in the Bank(2013)

Royal Rumble(2009, 2017)

Seventeenth Triple Crown Champion

Tenth Grand Slam Champion(under current format; eighteenth overall)

Slammy Awardfor Hashtag of the Year (2014) – #RKOOuttaNowhere

WWE Year-End Awardfor Shocking Moment of the Year (2018) – Tearing Jeff Hardy’s ear

Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Most Improved(2004)

Most Overrated(2013)

Worst Feud of the Year(2017)  Bray Wyatt

Worst Worked Match of the Year(2017) 

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