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Overview (4)

Born in Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA
Birth NameChristopher John Nowinski
Nicknames Chris Harvard
Mr. Havard
The only Harvard Graduate in WWE History
Height 6' 5" (1.96 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Chris Nowinski was born on September 24, 1978 in Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA as Christopher John Nowinski. He is known for his work on WWE Raw (1993), Survivor Series (2002) and O.J.: Made in America (2016).

Spouse (2)

Nicole Roderman (9 November 2013 - present)
Nicole Alexandra Nowinski (9 November 2013 - present)

Trade Mark (6)

Red tights with a big H on them, which stands for Harvard
Finishing move: Honor Roll (Double Underhook Suplex)
Finishing move: Full Nelson Slam
Trademark move: Harvard Buster
Trademark move: Eye Gouge
Signature Foreign Object: Steel Face Mask

Trivia (12)

Graduated from John Hersey High School.
Played Football at Harvard
Though he was the runner up of the contest for a WWE contract, was accepted and came to WWE currently wrestling as a smart-ass with Theodore Long and Rodney Mack
In September 2002, Nowinski had surgury to remove a marble-sized benign tumor on his left jaw.
In June 2003, he was taken off television after suffering from post concussion syndrome. His career as an in-ring performer may possibly be over, however he may be offered a behind-the-scenes role with the WWE.
Was the first Harvard graduate to become a WWE wrestler.
In the spring of 2002, Nowinski debuted on WWE television as William Regal's side-kick
Previous Managers: Theodore Long, Kenny Bolin.
Was in the same high school graduating class as Steve Chen (creator of Youtube.com) and professional stand up comedian Gunnar Malstrom.
Former WWE Hardcore champion.
Published author.
Represented the WWE as a "political correspondent" at the Democratic National Convention. [July 2004]

Personal Quotes (1)

[on concussion injuries in sports] We've got to get past this 'little kids involved in pillow fight' mentality. If parents knew what I knew, they would not be tolerating a lot of things in the sports world that they are. We are clearly exposing children to needless risk, and we're not upset about it. And we should be.

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