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Nathan Jones - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born August 21, 1970, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia is an Australian actor.
Prior to his wrestling career, Jones was sentenced to 16 years in prison ("Boggo Road Goal") for eight robberies in 1985-1987. While in prison, he became interested in powerlifting. In a very short time, Jones won the Australian Eventing title. Nathan Jones was coached by Mike Bell and Tom Howard.
Jones began competing in strongman competitions, nicknamed "The Megaman" for his impressive physical condition. On July 23-30, 1995, he took part in the World Strength Championship (Callander, Scotland) and won first place. A week later, at the World Muscle Power Classic (Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire, Scotland), he finished fifth out of twelve competitors. After working for a time as the bodyguard of Australian multimillionaire Rene Rivkin, Nathan Jones embarked on a wrestling career. He competed in the WWA (World Wrestling All-Stars). On April 7, 2002, he became the winner of the WWA World Heavyweight Championship. In late 2002 and early 2003, Nathan Jones began performing in pre-fights WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment). He also performed on the SmackDown! Program.
In 2005, Jones played his last three World Series Wrestling matches: on October 5 he defeated Lee Star, on October 7 and 8 he defeated Mark Hilton. After the second match with the Hilton, Nathan Jones ended his wrestling career.
In addition to participating in battles, Nathan Jones has acted in films. Among the films with his participation include "First Strike" ("Police Story 4: First Strike", 1996), "Troy" ("Troy", 2004), "Honor of the Dragon" (2005), "Fearless" , 2006), "The Condemned" (2007), "Asterix at the Olympic Games" (2008), "Conan the Barbarian" (2011), " Mad Max: Fury Road "(" Mad Max: Fury Road ", 2015).