Keith Hector Jardine is an American actor and retired mixed martial artist who most notably competed in the UFC and Strikeforce. Jardine was known for upset victories in bouts he took at short notice against highly rated fighters. His best wins were in contests with former UFC Light Heavyweight Champions and UFC Hall of Famers Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin. Jardine's unorthodox attacking style wrongfooted opponents, but left him vulnerable in some career-crucial contests, and by his mid-30s he had effectively retired from competing to concentrate on a 'Paleo' business venture. Building on experience as a stuntman and in non-speaking parts, Jardine has established himself as an actor in film and television.
|Born:||October 31, 1975, Butte, Montana, United States|
|Other names:||The Dean of Mean|
|Division:||Middleweight, Light Heavyweight, Heavyweight|
|Reach:||76 in (193.04 cm)|
|Style:||Gaidojutsu, Greco-Roman Wrestling, Boxing|
|Fighting out of:||Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States|
|Team:||Jackson Wink MMA Academy|
|Rank:||Black belt in Gaidojutsu|
|Twitter:||Keith Jardine's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Keith Jardine's IMDb|
About Keith Jardine
Versatile and unique fighter who is best known for his light heavyweight bouts with the UFC.
He played football and wrestled while in high school and college, and began training for martial arts after he graduated from college.
He made his professional debut on August 19, 2001, and won via submission against Amir Rahnavardi.
He was born in Butte, Montana, but as a kid he also lived in Oregon, and Los Angeles, California.
He has made multiple film appearances as an actor, including in "Crank: High Voltage," alongside Jason Statham.
Information related to Keith Jardine
- http://www.keithjardine.net Official site