There are numerous individuals who just came into the spotlight since they are simply identified with the superstar. One of them is Jean Christiansen who came into the spotlight as a celebrity wife. Well, she is the ex-wife of Andre Rene Roussimoff, expertly known as Andre the Giant. 

Ex-wife of late Andre the Giant Jean Christiansen
Caption: Ex-wife of late Andre the Giant Jean Christiansen

Jean Christiansen Biography

Celebrity ex-wife Jean Christiansen was born somewhere in the United States of America. For sure, she is raised by her parents but the details of her parents still under review. Also, details on her sibling's, early life and educational background under wraps. 

Having American nationality, Jean is of mixed ethnicity. Looking at her picture, Jean's age might be in the late 70s. 

Is Jean Christiansen Married After Divorce with Andre?

Currently, Jean is single right now. Beforehand, Jean was married to her husband Andre the Giant. Andre French professional wrestler and actor. Data on how they met for the first, is as yet missing from the media. Likewise, there is no data on when they wedded but it was a private ceremony. 

From their married life, she became the mother of a daughter Robin Christensen Roussimoff with her husband Andre. Her daughter is a wrestler and actress as well. After the divorce, she lives a low-profile life.

As she likes to carry a mysterious life, she has not referenced any data with respect to her own life. She has never been the aspect of any bits of gossip about contentions with respect to her own life to date. 

Jean Christiansen Ex-Husband Andre Death

Her ex-husband Andre died in his sleep of congestive heart failure on the night of January 26, 1993, but was discovered on the morning of January 27. Unfortunately, he e passed away in a Paris hotel room and found dead by his chauffeur. Andre was in Paris to attend his father's funeral.

He decided to stay in France longer to be with his mother on her birthday. Andre spent the day before his death visiting and playing cards with some of his oldest friends in Molien. After his death, his family in France held a funeral for him, intending to bury him near his father. 

His family learned of his wish to be cremated, and his body was flown to the United States, where he was cremated according to his wishes. Andre's ashes were scattered at his ranch (35.116211°N 79.80634°W) in Ellerbe, North Carolina. All of his property's sole beneficiaries: his daughter Robin.  

Jean Christiansen Ex-Husband

Jean Christiansen's ex-husband, Andre the Giant born with the birth name Andre Rene Roussimoff on May 19, 1946. He wrestled in Montreal as Jean Ferre, as "Beast Roussimoff," in Japan. He battled for a couple of months in Paris and spots around the city, and this presented to him a ton of prevalence in Europe. 

A Canadian advertiser named Frank Valois connected with him during the 1960s. Before long, Frank turned into André's delegate, and with him, André went around a considerable amount and made a decent name for himself in the UK, Germany, Australia, Africa, and New Zealand. 

In 1970, he entered the Japanese wrestling scene and turned into a hugely mainstream grappler, battling for the 'Global Wrestling Enterprise.' He performed splendidly in both one-on-one matches and tag-group matches and before long rose as a tag-group champion. 

He got back to Canada during the 1970s and before long vanquished Buddy Wolfe in New York's 'Madison Square Garden.' In 1980, he began a fight with Hulk Hogan, in which he showed up as a saint, and Hogan was named a lowlife. André won a few matches that occurred among Hogan, and the fight proceeded in Japan all through the mid-1980s. 

In 1982, Vince McMahon Jr. assumed control over the 'WWF.' He required a couple of new grapplers to grow his organization, and André was one of the absolute first grapplers that he joined. He likewise made a few special cases for André. After he marked an expert agreement with André in 1984, he permitted André to battle in the 'New Japan Pro Wrestling' sessions. 

One of André's most hazardous quarrels was the one with Killer Khan, otherwise called the "Mongolian Giant," in the mid-1980s. "Huge John Studd" was another warrior with whom André had a long-standing fight. 

In any case, André wound up losing his matches by preclusion. No one had the option to nail him down. Both of them battled a few matches everywhere in the world, a considerable lot of which were held in Japan and the US. In April 1986, André partook in a "fight regal" and vanquished 20 men to dominate the game. The men that he crushed incorporated a few vigorously fabricated 'Public Football League' (NFL) stars and grapplers. The last man to be dispensed with by André was Bret Hart. 

André began confronting medical issues in 1986 and stop wrestling for a couple of months. He returned later in the year and began battling to wear a veil and with the new assumed name "Goliath Machine." In 1987, his contention with Hulk Hogan was refueled when André was granted the tag of the "main undefeated grappler in wrestling history." He had lost the entirety of his matches through preclusions or different causes.

No grappler had the option to nail him down or torment him to present a match. At 'Wrestlemania III,' André tested Hulk Hogan for a title coordinate for the 'WWF World Heavyweight' title, which Hogan had held for a very long time. Hogan acknowledged the demand and dominated the game. 

He body-pummeled André and nailed him down in what later got well known as the body-hammer that might have been "heard the world over." It is said that André had consented to part with the match on account of the continuous medical issues that he was confronting. In February 1988, André at last crushed Hogan to win the 'WWF World Heavyweight Championship' title and later offered it to Ted DiBiase. Around the last part of the 1980s, André went into fights with Jim Duggan and "The Mega Powers."

He later began a quarrel with Jake "The Snake" Roberts. Jake had a pet snake and used André's dread of snakes for his potential benefit, by throwing his snake at him. In the wake of battling for 'WWF' for a couple of more years, he went to Japan. 

He spent the most recent couple of long stretches of his life in the mid-1990s battling in the 'New Japan Pro Wrestling' sessions. André additionally acted in a few movies during the 1970s and the 1980s. He was offered jobs that fit his tall edge. A portion of his essential movies was 'The Greatest American Hero,' 'The Fall Guy,' and 'Zorro' (1990). His most mainstream job remains that of 'Fezzik,' in the film 'The Princess Bride.'

Jean Christiansen Net Worth

Jean Christiansen may have brought in a good measure of cash through her baffling profession. She appears to be a persevering individual, so we can accept that her net worth isn't exactly 1,000 dollars. Being a late spouse of an acclaimed proficient grappler, she unquestionably makes an amazing most. 

She carries on with a sumptuous life as a celebrity spouse. Her late ex-spouse Andr the Giant was a French professional wrestler and actor who had a net worth equivalent to $10 million dollars. Also, he was one of the most generously compensated grapplers ever. The sum goes to his family. 

Does Jean Christiansen Work for Livings? 

Jean may have associated with certain workplaces or associations for her living. Because of her clandestine nature, she has not given any data about her calling and profession to the media. 

She went to the media spotlight simply because of her significant other, Andre the Gaint. Likewise, there is no data about her expert vocation accessible in the media.