William Perry

William Perry’s net worth is about $2 million.

William Perry

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William Perry, also known as Refrigerator, was born in Aiken, South Carolina, in 1962. William was a large type and frequently had to endure taunting and mocking from other types, but he excelled at sports and chose to pursue this path.

What is the net worth of William Perry?

William has always been a big guy, and his stature earned him the moniker ‘The Refrigerator’ or ‘The Fridge,’ which is how he is most commonly referred to.

Fridge’s professional football career has concluded, but the money he earned remains with him. William Perry has a net worth of $2 million.

William Perry
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Facts of William Perry

Full Name William Perry
Net Worth $2 Million
Date Of Birth December 16, 1962
Place Of Birth Aiken, South Carolina, USA
Height 1.88 m, 1.88 m
Weight 152 kg, 152 kg
Profession Retired Professional American football player
Education Clemson University
Nationality American
Spouse Valerie Perry (m. 2007), Sherry Ann Broadwater (m. 1982–2004)
Children Sherria Perry, William Perry, Latavia Perry, Norie Shanta Perry, Sherria Perry, William Perry, Latavia Perry, Norie Shanta Perry
Parents Hollie Perry, Inez Perry, Hollie Perry, Inez Perry
Siblings Michael Dean Perry, Robert Perry
Awards Super Bowl champion, Consensus first-team All-American (1983), first round of the 1985 NFL Draft,
Nominations “Celebrity Wing” of the WWE Hall of Fame
Movies “College Football Legends: Vol. 1” (2006)
TV Shows Saturday Night Live, The A-Team, The Trouble with Harry, Comedy Central (Windy City Heat), (The Man Show), ‘Windy City Heat’, ‘Wreslemania 2’, ‘Wrestlemania 22’

William Perry: Birth, Parents & Education

William Perry is a former American football professional who is now retired. He spent ten seasons in the National Football League in the 1980s and 1990s as a defensive lineman (NFL).

He also played professionally for the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears from 1985 to 1994.

William Perry, also known as Refrigerator, was born in Aiken, South Carolina, in 1962.

William was a large type and frequently had to endure taunting and mocking from other types, but he excelled at sports and chose to pursue this path.

While he was still in high school, he established himself as an exceptional athlete.

William Perry: Professional Career

He had excelled at high diving and running, and he was also capable of performing a 360-degree dunk.

In 1981, he received a full scholarship to Clemson University based on his athletic accomplishments and naturally played football for the university team.

In his first year, he helped his team win the National Championship and was named a First-Team All American two years later, in 1983.

The Refrigerator began his professional career and amassed his fortune in 1985 when he was drafted by the Chicago Bears. Perry was drafted by the National Football League in the first round of the draft.

Coach Mike Ditka chose William and drew him into a feud between Ditka and defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan. Ryan disagreed with Perry’s selection and refused to play him, while Ditka convinced Ryan to use William as a fullback.

Despite tensions between the coach and defensive coordinator, The Refrigerator quickly became a fan favorite of Chicago Bears fans. William Perry became famous for the size of his ring as well.

While the average male ring size is between 10 and 12, Perry’s ring size is 25, which is the largest ring size ever recorded for a football player in Super Bowl history.

During his ten-year professional career, William Perry appeared in 138 games, contributing to his net worth. He announced his retirement in 1996 following a disappointing season with the London Monarchs of the World League of American Football.

While the majority of Perry’s fame and fortune stem from his football career, he is also known to have dabbled in music and business, as well as – with more remarkable results – acting.

While Perry appeared as a guest star on the 1980s television show ‘The A-team’ and starred in a commercial, Perry achieved greater success when he chose to pursue an acting career following his retirement from professional football.

His most notable role to date was in the Comedy Central film ‘Windy City Heat’ from 2003. Additionally, William made appearances in ‘Wrestlemania 2’ and ‘Wrestlemania 22’.

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Quick Facts of William Perry

  •  Has a small firm in the construction industry in Aiken, South Carolina, USA [2000].
  • Played his college football at Clemson University.
  • Played both offensive and defensive tackle in high school.
  • Weighed 270 lbs. and ran a 4.6-second 40-yard dash as a ninth-grader.
  • Also played high school basketball and could dunk despite being only 6′ 2″ and weighing 270 lbs.
  •  Became the first interior lineman to score a touchdown in Super Bowl history in Super Bowl XX in 1986 when he lined up at fullback and took a handoff.

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