The Undertaker Net Worth : $17 million
A Professional American Wrestler
Source of Wealth
Years of Experience
Date of Birth
March 24, 1965
Graduated from Waltrip High School
The Undertaker’s Income & Total Net Worth
Mark William Calaway, aka The Undertaker, is an American wrestler, who has a net worth of $17 million. The Undertaker has been professionally wrestling since 1984 and has won Wrestle Mania titles consecutively for 21 times. This incredible achievement is considered to be the longest victory streak in the history of WWE’s Wrestle Mania. He has also won the WWF/WWE World Tag Team Champion six times and is the world-champion for eight times (3 times World Heavyweight Champion, 4 times WWE Champion and 1 time Unified World Heavyweight Champion).
Besides being adroit in the ring, The Undertaker invests his money cautiously that he has accumulated from his superb career in wrestling. In collaboration with his partner Scott Everhart, he invests in the real estate business. Both partners have constructed a building in Colorado, called The Calahart, which is worth $2.7 million. The name of the building contains their last names.
The Undertaker has also appeared in a few television programmes, like ‘Poltergeist: The Legacy’, ‘Off the Record with Michael Landsberg’, ‘Celebrity Death match’ and ‘Downtown’. He also did acting in some movies, including ‘Suburban Commando’ and ‘Beyond the Mat’.
Undertaker also formed a professional wrestling team with his half-brother, Kane, which was named as the “Brothers of Destruction”. Their team has earned triumphs in a number of championships and matches. Even alone The Undertaker is the winner of countless accomplishments. He is the WWF’s most tenured and dynamic wrestler since 1993.
Properties: Private Fortune
The Undertaker lives in Austin, Texas with his family. He is a bike-enthusiast and has been mostly seen driving Club Chopper, the finest model on Angle Bike. He is also a great fan of cars and owns 1978 Mercedes-Benz. All his Muscle Cars are integrated with fifth generation Camaros.
The Undertaker’s Career
The Undertaker was born in Houston, Texas, and completed his education from Waltrip High School in 1983. He was a basketball player in his college, Texas Wesleyan University.
He debuted as a wrestler in 1984 for World Class Championship Wrestling. In 1988, The Undertaker joined the Continental Wrestling Association and wrestled under various gimmicks. In 1989, he moved to join World Championship Wrestling and took up the ring name ‘Mean Mark Callous’. During his time in World Championship Wrestling, he adopted the look of a gruesome character clad in black attire. He debuted in the World Wrestling Federation somewhere in 1990’s with the name ‘Kane The Undertaker’ and portrayed himself in a black Stetson hat, gray-striped tie, trench coat, gray-ringed, gray gloves and boot spats. After Survivor Series, he was simply called ‘The Undertaker’.
The Undertaker is also famous for his tattoos that he has carved all over his body. He gifted his wife Sara a tattoo of her name in their wedding on his neck. At the back of his neck, he has tattooed a dancing skeleton. The Undertaker’s both the arms are covered with minute tattoos. Even his stomach is not free from the pricking of needles. His tattoo on stomach reads B.S.K and under it PRIDE, which was his wrestling group. It is also rumoured that the tattoos on both his arms depicts his past and future.
There is one more storyline that revolves around the life of The Undertaker. After the death of Paul Bearer in March 2013, who was the manager of The Undertaker; he wanted to pay homage to Paul on the sets of WWE, which was interrupted by C.M. Punk. Punk stole the urn used by Paul Bearer and attacked Kane with it and humiliated The Undertaker, Paul and Kane. The Undertaker wrestled with Punk at Wrestle Mania 29, and defeated him extending his streak to 21-0, and took the urn again.
With his ex-wife Sara, The Undertaker established a fund-raising charitable institute, called The Zeus Compton Calaway Save the Animals fund. This organisation is situated at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.