Tim White

Who is Tim White? Biography, Wiki, Height, Net Worth, Age, Parents

Who is Tim White?

Tim White was a professional wrestler from the United States. He served as a producer for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) on the SmackDown! brand. He served as Andre the Giant’s assistant until Giant’s death in 1993, in addition to his refereeing duties. In 2004, he retired from refereeing due to a shoulder injury.

Early Life

Tim White was born on March 25th, 1954. Timothy Rhys White is his given name. He was born in Cumberland, Rhode Island, in the United States. He was of American descent. He belonged to the white ethnic group and practiced Christianity. There is currently no information known on his parents, siblings, early life, or schooling.

Celebrated Name Tim White
Age 68 Years
Nick Name Tim
Birth Name Timothy Rhys White
Birth Date 1954-03-25
Gender Male
Profession Wrestling Referee
Place Of Birth Cumberland, Rhode Island
Birth Nation United States
Famous For Former WWE Referee
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Religion Christianity
Horoscope Aries
Father Name Not Available
Mother Name Not Available
Siblings Not Known
Career Start 1980s
Position WWE Referee
Height 1.83 (6 ft)
Weight Around 76 kg
Body Type Average
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Black
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Married
Wife Name Not Available
Children Not Known
Married Date Date Not Available
Death Date 2022-06-19
Cause Of Death Not Released
Source of Wealth Salary as a WWE Referee
Net Worth Around $2 million

Tim White Career

  • Tim White began his career as Andre the Giant’s agent in the 1980s and 1990s.
  • He began working as a part-time referee in 1985.
  • He became a full-time referee after Andre died in 1993.
  • He was a regular on pay-per-views and WWF television tapings.
  • On June 28, 1998, he refereed one of the most memorable events in wrestling history, the Hell in a Cell match between Mankind and The Undertaker at King of the Ring.

  • On Judgement Day in 2002, he suffered a shoulder injury during a Hell in a Cell match between Triple H and Chris Jericho.
  • In 2004, he re-injured his shoulder in the last three counts of a match against Chris Jericho and Christian.
  • His injury terminated his career as a referee.
  • In December 2005, he made a contentious on-screen presence at the Armageddon pay-per-view. A “depressed” White was questioned by SmackDown! reporter Josh Mathews inside the Friendly Tap in Cumberland, Rhode Island, in a segment.
  • He was shown drinking heavily, alleging that the aforementioned Hell in a Cell bout “ruined his life.”
  • White then took a shotgun from behind the bar and fired it off-screen, seemingly aiming to kill himself.
  • In January 2006, it was revealed that White had inadvertently shot his foot during the “ordeal.”
  • The next month, he was questioned by Mathews again, and this time he attempted to hang himself, but the rope snapped.
  • WWE’s official website has posted a new video in which Mathews attempts to interview White, who is set to commit suicide in a different method each week.
  • It became a regular part on WWE’s website, known as Midday Suicide, and was posted every Thursday at lunchtime.
  • White was seen shooting Mathews in an April 2006 WWE.com video. Mathews had been asked to a party at the Friendly Tap by White.
  • On January 9, 2009, he quit WWE.
  • He later served as a bodyguard for WWE superstars during public appearances and autograph signings.

Tim White Wife

Tim White was a husband. He, on the other hand, always kept his personal life private. There is no information available regarding his wife, family, or children.

How Did Tim White Die?

Tim White died on June 19, 2022, at the age of 68. His cause of death has not yet been disclosed. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to his family and friends.

Tim White Height

Tim White was approximately 1.83 m tall, or 6 feet tall. He weighed around 76 kg. He was of ordinary build. His eyes were hazel, and his hair was black. His sexual orientation is heterosexual.

Tim White Net Worth

Tim White worked as a professional wrestling official. He worked for WWE for 24 years and officiated some of the most famous wrestling matches of all time. His net worth was believed to be in the $2 million range.

Did You Know?

  • In 2010, he was named a “New England Icon” by the New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame.
  • He had 24 years with WWE.
  • In April 2018, he gave multiple interviews for the HBO documentary Andre the Giant.
  • In June 2021, he featured on WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures.
  • He ran the bar ‘The Friendly Tap.’

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