Christian Boeving Poster


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Overview (4)

Born in Dallas, Texas, USA
Birth NameWilliam Christian Boeving
Nickname Mr. C
Height 6' 2½" (1.89 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in Dallas, Texas, spending most of his formative years in Missouri, Christian was always fasciniated with comic books and movies. Upon seeing "Conan the Barbarian" when he was twelve, Christian realized his calling... build a body of super hero proportions, use it to catapult him to the top of the fitness/bodybuilding world via magazines and ultimately to use that to make the push into television and movies. All along, his goal was to break the typical stereotype that his body received and to become a great actor. He has been studying the craft of acting since the age of 14. Christian has had a successful run so far with two of his own television shows, but according to him he is just getting started.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: irvingelb@dslextreme.com

Trade Mark (1)

Heavily muscular physique.

Trivia (9)

He's a master carpenter from houses to furniture but now is a fanatical movie goer who never misses an opening weekend.
Is a descendant of William Bradford who was one of the pilgrims to land at Plymouth Rock on the Mayflower
His heritage is Cherokee Indian/German
Won the Harlequin Romance Novel model search (but declined to pose for a cover)
Favorite pet is an octopus
Most photographed and published fitness personality in the world.
His biggest influence on bodybuilding is Arnold Schwarzenegger and has been since he first saw him in Conan the Barbarian (1982).
He appeared in Magic Mike XXL, a sequel to the 2012 box-office hit, but his scenes were edited out.
He based his character from "When Eagles Strike" on Arnold Schwarzenegger's look and attitude.

Personal Quotes (3)

No one works harder for you than you.
If I can do it, you can.
No one will work harder for you than you

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