Celebrities Height: 7' 4"
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|Born:||May 19, 1946|
|in:||Coulommiers (77) (France)|
|Sun: ||27°59' Taurus||AS: ||1°37' Libra
|Moon:||5°41' Capricorn||MC: ||2°03' Cancer|
|Dominants: ||Libra, Gemini, Taurus|
Venus, Neptune, Moon
Houses 9, 1, 4 / Air, Earth / Cardinal
|Chinese Astrology: ||Fire Dog|
|Numerology: ||Birthpath 8|
|Height: ||André the Giant is 7' 4" (2m24) tall|
|Popularity: ||14,308 clicks, 816th man, 1,474th celebrity|
Biography of André the Giant
André the Giant was the stage name of André René Roussimoff, (May 19, 1946 – January 27, 1993) a French professional wrestler and actor. He was at least 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) tall and believed by many to have been over 2.13 m (7 ft or 7ft 4) or even 2.24 at his tallest. His great size was a result of excessive growth hormone, a condition known as acromegaly, and led to him being dubbed "The Eighth Wonder of the World".
World Wrestling Federation (1973–91)
Born to French parents of Bulgarian and Polish descent in a small farm near Ussy-sur-Marne, he left home in his adolescence to become a pro wrestler. He was billed early in his career at a height of 7 ft; this was enlarged in the early 1970s to 7 ft 4 in (2.24 m) and sometimes 7 ft 5 in (2.26 m) with a weight that ranged from...
|Born:||August 31, 1973|
|in:||Chicago (IL) (United States)|
|Sun: ||8°08' Virgo|| ||
|Moon:||23°24' Libra|| || |
|Dominants: ||Libra, Virgo, Taurus|
Mercury, Venus, Neptune
Air, Earth / Mutable
|Chinese Astrology: ||Water Ox|
|Numerology: ||Birthpath 5|
|Height: ||Priest Lauderdale is 7' 4" (2m24) tall|
|Popularity: ||3,781 clicks, 6,169th man, 10,155th celebrity|
Biography of Priest Lauderdale
Priest Lauderdale (born August 31, 1973 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American professional basketball player.
A 7' 4", 325 lb center, Lauderdale was selected 28th overall in the 1996 National Basketball Association Draft by the Atlanta Hawks, after playing collegiately at Central State University and professionally in the Greek League for Peristeri Nikas. He also attended Kaskaskia College in Centralia, Illinois but did not play basketball there competitively.
He concluded his brief NBA career with the Denver Nuggets, in 1997-98.
After 2001 he played professionally in Bulgaria for Lukoil Academic, and received Bulgarian citizenship three years later.
Peristeri Nikas (1995-96)
Atlanta Hawks (1996-98)
Denver Nuggets (1998-1999)
Grand Rapids Hoops ...
|Born:||August 23, 1966|
|Sun: ||29°52' Léo|| ||
|Moon:||3°57' Sagittarius|| || |
|Dominants: ||Leo, Cancer, Sagittarius|
Jupiter, Sun, Saturn
Fire, Water / Fixed
|Chinese Astrology: ||Fire Horse|
|Numerology: ||Birthpath 8|
|Height: ||Rik Smits is 7' 4" (2m24) tall|
|Popularity: ||2,766 clicks, 12,219th man, 18,770th celebrity|
Biography of Rik Smits
Rik Smits (born August 23, 1966 in Eindhoven, Netherlands) is a retired Dutch professional basketball player who spent his entire professional career with the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association. The 7'4" (2.24 m) center was drafted by the Pacers out of Marist College with the second overall pick in the 1988 NBA Draft. The Dutch-born player was nicknamed "The Dunkin' Dutchman".
Smits originally backed up Steve Stipanovich, but when Stipanovich suffered a terrible injury that ended his career, Smits ended up starting 71 games in his rookie year, averaging 11.7 points and 6.1 rebounds per game and earning All-Rookie First Team honors. Smits continued to average double-digit point totals in every year of his career, but it wasn't until 1993-1994 that Smits re...
|Born:||July 7, 1960|
|in:||Harrisonburg (VA) (United States)|
|Sun: ||15°33' Cancer|| ||
|Moon:||29°38' Sagittarius|| || |
|Dominants: ||Cancer, Sagittarius, Taurus|
Saturn, Jupiter, Mars
Water, Earth / Cardinal
|Chinese Astrology: ||Metal Rat|
|Numerology: ||Birthpath 3|
|Height: ||Ralph Sampson is 7' 4" (2m24) tall|
|Popularity: ||2,392 clicks, 18,054th man, 26,155th celebrity|
Biography of Ralph Sampson
Ralph Lee Sampson, Jr. (born July 7, 1960 in Harrisonburg, Virginia) is a retired American college and professional basketball player.
A 7-foot-4 phenom, three-time College Player of the Year, and No. 1 pick in the 1983 NBA Draft, Sampson brought heavy expectations with him to the NBA.
The NBA Rookie of the Year, Sampson averaged 20.7 points and 10.9 rebounds for his first three seasons with the Houston Rockets before injuries began to take their toll. Three knee surgeries later he retired a four-time All-Star whose career highlight ended up being a buzzer-beating shot to dethrone the Los Angeles Lakers as Western Conference champions, derailing their hopes for coveted back-to-back NBA titles.
Sampson was already 6-foot-7 inches tall by the ninth grade, reaching 7-...
|Born:||February 25, 1912|
|in:||Long Branch (NJ) (United States)|
|Sun: ||5°45' Pisces|| ||
|Moon:||4°27' Gemini|| || |
|Dominants: ||Gemini, Pisces, Aquarius|
Jupiter, Uranus, Moon
Air, Water / Mutable
|Chinese Astrology: ||Water Rat|
|Numerology: ||Birthpath 22|
|Height: ||Al Tomaini is 7' 4" (2m23) tall|
|Popularity: ||2,096 clicks, 23,572nd man, 32,785th celebrity|
Biography of Al Tomaini
Al Tomaini (February 25, 1912—August 30, 1962), born as Aurelio Tomaini, he claimed a height of 8' 4½" (2.55 m); however Guinness World Records stated he was really 7'4" (223.5 cm.), but he may have stood 7'6½" (229.9 cm.) at one time.
Al was the son of Santo Tomaini and Maria Bossone. He was one of seven children. At the age of 12, he was taller than his father, who stood six feet and one inch (185 cm) in height. He had a great-grandfather in Italy who was also of abnormal height. His parents called in a physician who, by taking X-rays, found that his pituitary gland was working overtime, causing him to become a "giant".
Weighing 356 pounds (162 kg) and wearing size 27 shoes, Al spent most of his life as a circus giant. He was working with a circus at the Great Lakes Exposition in C...