WRESTLING NEWS
Wrestlers Who Guest Starred On Sitcoms
By JACK GOODWILLIE
Steve Austin had a part in the "Wrestling with a Sticky Situation" episode of "The Bernie Mac Show." Playing himself, Austin gives Bernie Mac advice on how to handle his nephew, Jordan, who has been winning all of his wrestling matches by default because there is no one else in his weight class.
Steve Austin
Shortly before his recent departure from WWE, Chris Jericho guest starred in episode 19 of Season 3 of "The Thundermans," a Nickelodeon sitcom about a family with superpowers. Jericho plays Gary, the stereotypically gruff and scary father of Max Thunderman's girlfriend, at the grand opening of his mixed martial arts gym.
Chris Jericho
Kevin Nash has appeared in 34 different non-wrestling television and film roles, and his first since joining the WCW was on "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch." In the 1997 episode "The Crucible," Nash, credited as "The Giant," busts out of Sabrina's closet with the intent to kill but leaves amicably after realizing he made a mistake.
Kevin Nash
Triple H guest starred on a January 1999 episode of "The Drew Carey Show" titled "Rats, Kate's Dating a Wrestler," where Triple H plays a professional wrestler hired to help promote Carey's beer, who starts to date Carey's on-and-off romantic interest. However, the endorsement deal and relationship fail when he stops working out and making public appearances.
Triple H
Acting has long been a part of The Miz's WWE character, and to reinforce this, the company landed him a guest spot on the USA Network comedy "Psych." In the season six episode, "Shawn and the Real Girl," he portrayed a character named Mario, a bachelor on a dating show who is also a suspect in an attack that hospitalized a fellow contestant.
The Miz