Unusual data of his private and artistic life: accidents, operations he has, the papers he rejected, his record salaries.
Be honest and say if when you read for the first time the last name of arnold schwarzenegger, it did not cost them an enormous amount to pronounce it -and then, remember it-. And more, write it.
Perhaps for this reason, Arnold has several nicknames or nicknames: Arnie, Austrian Oak, The Machine, the Governor…
Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger was born in Thal, Styria, Austria, exactly 75 years ago today. Now he is supposed to be single, after divorcing with something of a scandal from his only wife, Maria Shriver -niece of John Fitzgerald Kennedy-, after 35 years of marriage when it was revealed that he had had an illegitimate child with the housekeeper of the family , Mildred Patricia Baena.
With his ex Maria Shriver. It is estimated that the niece of John F. Kennedy received US $ 200 million for her divorce. Photo File Clarin
Schwarzenegger didn’t know he was the father of Baena’s child until the boy grew up, and he looked more and more like him. Joseph Baena was born five days after Maria Shriver gave birth to Christopher, so the children grew up side by side in the same house.
You already know his career, so let’s go straight to some peculiarities of the star who turns three quarters of a century today.
Today an oath… Arnold swears in after being re-elected Governor of California, and kisses his then wife, Maria Shriver. AP Photo
- He became a US citizen in 1983, so he was able, in October 2003, to run as a Republican for Governor of California. He was elected and was re-elected. He held the position until 2011 and refused to take salary and used a private jet that he paid for. He was the second actor to be elected Governor of California. The first was Ronald Reagan.
- He has had accidents and gone through the operating room several times. She underwent heart surgery to correct a congenital heart valve condition in April 1997. She had a genioplasty, a procedure in which her jaw was moved back so that she no longer protruded.
Arnold, in the first of “Conan”, and before some dogs chased him. Photo File Clarin
- He sustained a back injury (among other assorted injuries) while filming Conan the barbarian (1982) when the dogs that were chasing him jumped him from behind and he fell from the rock he was climbing on to escape. He broke six ribs in a motorcycle accident in December 2001, and in another December 2006, he broke his right femur while skiing in Sun Valley.
- The Guinness Book of World Records recognized him as “the most perfectly developed man in the history of the world” (?).
Actor Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger, who have already made him a grandfather twice. Photo: Instagram @roundpondestate
- He has an IQ of 135.
- The father of five children, his son-in-law is actor Chris Pratt, who was the first to make him a grandfather, when his daughter Katherine gave birth to Lyla Maria Pratt on August 10, 2020.
- The movie for which he was paid the most was Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003): $29,250,000. for the first terminator (1984) had collected US$750,000.
The first “Terminator”. He had to convince James Cameron to change the role for him. Photo File Clarin
- james cameron originally wanted him for the role of Kyle Reese in terminator (1984), but after reading the script, Arnold asked Cameron to let him play the cyborg. “No, no! Reese’s the star! He’s the big hero! And the Terminator barely has three lines!” the director told him. titanicabut Arnold asked him to “trust me”.
- days ago, the actress Harry PotterMiriam Margolyes, revealed that Arnold threw a gas in his face between filming takes of The last day (1999). Margolyes said Schwarzenegger did it “deliberately.”
- His childhood friends said that Arnold said his goals in life were to move to the United States, become an actor, and marry into the Kennedy family. Bingo: he turned all three.
Partners. Arnold and Stallone were in Planet Hollywood. In the photo, giving him his support, at the time he lost the Oscar. AP Photo
- He co-owned Planet Hollywood restaurants until he sold his shares in 2000. The reason: The investment, Arnold said, hadn’t been as successful as he’d hoped.
- She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Superior majoring in international fitness marketing and business administration.
- He was considered to star in the television series The incredible Hulk (1977), but it was said that it was not high enough. His old bodybuilding competitor, Lou Ferrigno, got the role.
Lou Ferrigno, with whom he had competed in bodybuilding, beat him and got the role of Hulk on TV. AP Photo
- The character Rainier Wolfecastle from The Simpson (1989) is based on him.
- He holds the record for winning the most important bodybuilding events in history, with 13:1 title as Mr. Junior Western Europe, 7 Mr. Olympia -between 1970 and 1975, and in 1980- and 5 Mr. Universe. And he is a black belt in Taekwondo.
papers you turned down
In “Terminator 2”.
- John McClane’s in Hard to Kill (1988). Ironically, Bruce Willis has a line in the movie where he says that the terrorists “have enough explosives to orbit Arnold Schwarzenegger.” I was going to star Judge (1995), but it was done by another Planet Hollywood founder, Sylvester Stallone. He also got off or got off of Sudden death (1995, that of Jean-Claude Van Damme), The rock (nineteen ninety six), The Saint (1997) and Counterface (1997).
- He was the original choice to play the lead character in Robo Cop (1987), to be President James Mitchell in Presidential plane (1997, by Harrison Ford) and Harry Stamper in Armageddon (1998, Bruce Willis kept it again).
- She said no to Stanley Kubrick, who offered her to be Animal Mother – finally Adam Baldwin did it – in Born to Kill (1987), because he decided to film race against death (1987).
Like Mr. Freeze in the mess that was “Batman & Robin”, George Clooney’s. Photo File Clarin
- Unlike George Clooney and Chris O’Donnell, he has no regrets about playing the role of Mr. Freeze in batman and robin (1997). Joel Schumacher had threatened not to direct the film if Arnold did not play Mr. Freeze.
- He grew up in a house that had no telephone, refrigerator or bathroom.
Arnold owes a lot to “The Terminator” (and to James Cameron). Photo File Clarin
- Parents feared he was gay as a teenager because he adored bodybuilders. His mother, Aurelia, called a doctor because of all the pictures of oiled men on her bedroom walls.
- His father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, nicknamed him “Cinderella” when he was a child and his older brother, Meinhard, constantly teased him growing up. Both men died while driving under the influence of alcohol.
In “A detective in kindergarten”, his favorite movie. Photo File Clarin
- When he turned 64, on July 30, 2011, in his honor, the Arnold Schwarzenegger Birthplace Museum was officially opened in Thal (Austria), precisely in what had been his home. There are his childhood bed, a motorcycle and a replica of the desk he used as governor of California.
- He has been nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actor eight times during his career, and in 2004 received a special award for “Worst Razzie Loser of Our First 25 Years.” He is also the only person to receive Razzie nominations for Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Screen Couple (with himself cloned) in the same year. All for the same movie the 6th day (2000).
In “The Avenger of the Future”, directed by Paul Verhoeven. How it helped actor Michael Ironside and his sister…
- He did a lot of his own stunts in his movies, but the reason is not because he was brave, but because it was hard to find stuntmen to match his size.
- The Austrian Green Party decided to strip him of his Austrian citizenship for his support of the death penalty.
- He kept the sword he used in Conan the barbarian (1982) in the Governor’s office when he was serving as Governor of California.
Conan’s sword was in his office when he was governor of California. Photo File Clarin
- In his childhood he considered John Wayne his idol and role model. As Governor of California, he issued a proclamation making May 26, 2007 “John Wayne Day” in the state.
- Due to the resounding failure of conan the destroyer (1984), Schwarzenegger rarely made sequels to his films. There was no case when they offered to do the Command (1985), Predator (1987), The future Avenger (1990) and True Lies (1994), as well as the third film of Conan. ok yes it did Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), The Expendables 2 (2012), The Expendables 3 (2014), terminator genesis (2015) and Terminator: Hidden Fate (2019).
Similar, but different. The actor in “Conan the Destroyer,” the sequel that was a flop. AP Photo
- Personally, his favorite movie is A detective in kindergarten (1990). Well, collecting US$12 million 30 years ago is not little.
- In 2001, he sued International Game Technology for the unauthorized use of his voice and likeness in slot machine games. He asked for $20 million in damages, which is the amount he believed he would have received had he approved the use.
- He saved the life of a man while on vacation in Hawaii in 2004, swimming in the sea to rescue him from drowning.
Schwarzenegger, for 2016, with Javier Mascherano, on a visit to Barcelona FC. Photo: EFE
- During the filming of The future Avenger (1990), noted that Michael Ironside was constantly on the phone between takes. When he found out the reason – Ironside was talking to his sister, who had cancer – Arnold immediately took Michael to his trailer and they had an hour-long conversation with the sister about what exercises he should do and what kind of food. to eat.
That’s right Arnold, that today, maybe, since it’s Saturday, he’s not filming Utap, the new espionage series about a father and his daughter who have been working as CIA agents, but without saying anything to the other, until they do. they discover. Doesn’t it ring a bell? Maybe Mildred Patricia Baena, the former housekeeper, will call him on her birthday, because what Maria Shriver is…
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