Paul Heyman is a wrestling manager, producer, and writer who has managed big names in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) such as Big Show, Brock Lesnar, and Rob Van Dam. Since debuting as a manager while still in his twenties as early as 1986, Heyman has become an important part of the wrestling community, choosing to refer to himself as The Advocate, CEO from The Dangerous Alliance, and sometimes Agent instead of thinking of himself as a manager.
Paul Heyman Bio (Age)
On September 11, 1965, Paul Heyman was born in Westchester County, New York to Sulamita Heyman to Richard S. Heyman.
Heyman was the kind of kid who grew up pretty quick, and he wasted no time building his first company before he was even 11 years old. He was educated at Edgemont High School before moving to Westchester Community College. While there, he worked with the college-owned WARY-FM New York.
Where he must rise to fame, however, is in the wrestling business he ventured into in the 1980s. As soon as he became a teenager he started as a photographer, always in the arenas taking pictures of professional wrestlers. . The only thing that beat that for a boy under 15 was that he also started his own newsletter, known as The Wrestling Times magazine while he was also writing for the Pro Wrestling Illustrated
Yet even before he hit 15, he landed his first professional wrestling job when he contacted the World Wrestling Federation and received a backstage pass to Madison Square Garden. Throughout his career, his father would remain one of his strongest motivators, even though he worked as a lawyer.
Heyman would continue to manage different gigs in the wrestling community until 1988 when he became a host and manager. In the years to come, he worked as Paul E. Dangerously and Paul Heyman, in World Championship Wrestling, Extreme Championship Wrestling, and World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment.
Having had what can only be described as a great career, he won numerous accolades such as Best Manager of the Year in the Pro Wrestling Illustrated category in 1992, Best Booker Newsletter (4 times) and Best Non-Wrestler (6 times). More so, he was inducted into the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame in 2005.
Wife (Marla Heyman) and family
Heyman is a family man who married MarlaHeyman years ago. Not much is known about Marla or even how she met the man who became her husband, but it is known that the union produced two children, Azalea Heyman, born in 2002, and Jacob Heyman, born in 2004.
Although you will find many platforms still referring to Marla Heyman as the wife of the wrestling official, the two are no longer together. Just like the year of their marriage, it is not known, the same is true with his divorce. What we do know is that Paul has custody of their children.
Since the end of his marriage, Paul Heyman has no public relationship with anyone else.
His net worth
Heyman has so far had what can easily be described as a very successful career as a manager, having managed many great wrestlers including Brock Lesnar, who was the second highest paid wrestler in 2016 when he won 6 millions of dollars. More than that, the manager has also spent a lot of time in the wrestling world.
That said, Heyman has a net worth that has been estimated at $10 million. He made much of his fortune from his activities as a wrestling manager, presenter and writer. Furthermore, he was also able to increase his income from his various businesses, having been in business since he was just a child.
Height and width
Although he hasn’t been in the ring as a wrestler, Paul Heyman still has a size and body build that could help him survive as a professional wrestler. He is 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) tall and weighs 105 kg (232 lb).