Kevin Nash Net Worth is estimated to be over $12 Million dollars. Kevin Nash is an American actor and former professional wrestler, signed to WWE under a legends contract. Kevin Nash is best known for his tenure with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) where he performed under his real name, Kevin Nash. Nash was a member of The Kliq, an influential backstage group that included Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Scott Hall, and X-Pac. At a most noteworthy period of his career, Nash reached the peak of his wrestling career success in WCW when he became one of the three founding members of the New World Order.

Kevin Nash Net Worth

Net Worth$12 Million
Assets$5 Million
Liabilities & Loans$3 Million
Investments$4 Million
Annual Income$1 Million

Kevin Nash Car Collection

Kevin Nash has recently bought a Ferrari Portofino for $700,000 USD. Kevin Nash also owns an Alfa Romeo Stelvio that cost $90,000 USD. A Few other cars owned by Kevin Nash are listed below.

  • Aston Martin DBX
  • BMW X8
  • Mercedes-Benz G-Class

Kevin Nash House

Kevin Nash likes to spend his earnings on luxury stays. A couple of years back, Kevin Nash purchased an ultra-posh property that is spread across 5,000 square feet. Kevin Nash has bought this property for $3 Million. This house comes with the following amenities.

  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Gym
  • 2 Pools

Exclusive Facts about Kevin Nash

Zodiac SignSagittarius
Favorite DishPizza
Favorite ColourGreen
Favorite SportSoccer
Favorite Music ArtistRihanna
Favorite Holiday DestinationAustria
Favorite ActorRobert Downey Jr.
Lucky NumberOne (1)
Eye ColourGreen

Kevin Nash Childhood

Kevin Nash was born on July 9, 1959, to a devout Christian family in southwest Detroit, Michigan. Nash’s father, Robert, died of a heart attack on April 4, 1968, aged 36, when Nash was eight years old. Nash’s mother, Wanda, died after a four-year struggle against breast cancer.

He attended Aquinas High School and the University of Tennessee, where he majored in psychology and minored in educational philosophy. Nash reconsidered his options and instead moved to Europe, where he played basketball professionally for various teams.

Kevin Nash and Wrestling

Kevin Nash debuted in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as the orange-mohawked “Steel,” one half of the tag team known as The Master Blasters. He was initially partnered with Master Blaster Iron, with whom he made his debut at the Clash of the Champions XII on September 5, 1990, defeating Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner.


A week later, Nash reappeared under his new gimmick, having been repackaged as the silver-haired Oz, a character based on the Wizard of Oz from the 1900 children’s book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

In June 1993, Nash left WCW, signing a contract with the WWF at the request of Shawn Michaels. He was given the stage name of “Big Daddy Cool Diesel” (“Diesel” or “Big Daddy Cool” for short), with an alpha-male gimmick.

Kevin Nash’s Return to Wrestling

After two weeks of Scott Hall returning on WCW programming and taunting announcers, wrestlers, and the company, Nash also returned alongside his friend on June 10, 1996, after Hall interrupted Eric Bischoff. The duo were known as The Outsiders, and the storyline originally pushed them as “invaders” from the WWF (which WCW eventually had to scale back due to legal concerns from the WWF).

In May 1999, Nash won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship for the second time by defeating Diamond Dallas Page at Slamboree. He then appeared on The Tonight Show and put up a $250,000 challenge to Bret Hart for its May 24 program.

Kevin Nash return to WWF

Following the expiration of his AOL Time Warner contract, Nash, along with Scott Hall and Hulk Hogan, were rehired by the WWF. After a nine-month injury, Nash returned as a face on the April 7, 2003 episode of Raw, much to the delight of both Shawn Michaels and Triple H, who were feuding with each other when Nash returned. As part of the storyline, Nash was given a choice to remain friends with either Michaels or Triple H.

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