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Bobby Heenan’s height is 6ft 0in (1.83 m)

Raymond Louis “Ray” Heenan (born November 1, 1944), also known as Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, is an American former professional wrestling manager, wrestler and color commentator, best known for his time with the American Wrestling Association (AWA), the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He was known for his skill in drawing heel heat for himself and his wrestlers, and for his on-screen repartee with Gorilla Monsoon as a color commentator. World Wrestling Entertainment described Heenan as “one of sports-entertainment’s best loved legends”. Heenan was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004 by Blackjack Lanza.

Bobby Heenan

First Name: Bobby
Last Name: Heenan
Birth Full Name: Raymond Louis Heenan
Other Names: Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
Born: 6th November, 1944, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height: 6ft 0in (1.83 m)
Weight: 190
Build: Average
Hair Color: Grey
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Occupation: Former professional wrestling Manager, Wrestler and Commentator
Filmography: WWE 2k14 (2013), Steel Domain Wrestling (2001, TV Show), WCW Thunder (1998, TV Show), WCW Superbrawl VIII (1998, TV Show), WCW: The Great American Bash (1998), WCW Road Wild ’97 (1997, TV Movie), WCW Spring Stampede (1997, TV Movie), Clash of the Champions XXXIV (1997, TV Movie), Clash of the Champions XXXIII (1996, TV Movie), Clash of the Champions XXXII (1996, TV Movie), Timemaster (1995), WCW Monday Nitro (1995, TV Show), WCW Fall Brawl (1995, TV Movie), WCW Uncensored (1995, TV Movie), Clash of the Champions XXX (1995, TV Movie), Starrcade (1994, TV Movie), Clash of the Champions XXVIII (1994, TV Movie), Clash of the Champions XXVI (1994, TV Movie), WWF Raw (1993, TV Show), The Bobby Heenan Show (1989, TV Show), WWF Challenge (1986, TV Show), Rock ‘n’ Wrestling (1985, TV Show), Saturday Night’s Main Event (1985, TV Show), WCW World Championship Wrestling (1985, TV Show), WWF Prime-Time Wrestling (1985, TV Show), World Wrestling Federation (1985), Land of a Thousand Dances (1985), WWF Superstars (1984, TV Show), AWA All-Star Wrestling (1960, TV Show), WWF Championship Wrestling (-, TV Show), WWF All-Star Wrestling (-, TV Show), WWE Hall of Fame 2013 (2013), WWE Hall of Fame 2009 (2009, TV Movie), WWE Draft Special (2007, TV Movie), WWE Hall of Fame 2007 (2007, TV Movie), WrestleMania 22 (2006, TV Movie), Summerslam (2006, TV Movie), WWE Hall of Fame 2006 (2006, TV Movie), Hogan Knows Best (2005, TV Show), WrestleMania 21 (2005, TV Movie), WrestleMania XX (2004, TV Movie), Dennis Miller (2004, TV Show), WWE Hall of Fame 2004 (2004, TV Movie), WrestleMania X-Seven (2001, TV Movie), E! True Hollywood Story (1996, TV Show), Royal Rumble (1993, TV Movie), Survivor Series (1993, TV Movie), Royal Rumble (1992, TV Movie), WrestleMania VIII (1992, TV Movie), Survivor Series (1992, TV Movie), WCW Worldwide (1991, TV Show), Tuesday in Texas (1991, TV Movie), The Arsenio Hall Show (1989, TV Show), WrestleMania V (1989, TV Movie), 1989 Kids’ Choice Awards (1989), No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie (1989), Royal Rumble (1988, TV Movie), Family Feud (1988, TV Show), Live with Kelly and Michael (1988, TV Show), Survivor Series (1988, TV Movie), Late Night with David Letterman: 6th Anniversary Special (1988, TV Movie), WCW Main Event (1988), Super Sloppy Double Dare (1987, TV Show), The 37th Annual Slammy Awards (1987, TV Show), Spectrum Wrestling (1984), The A-Team (1983, TV Show), WWF All American Wrestling (1983)
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