Mark William Calaway, known by his stage name The Undertaker, is a retired American professional wrestler. He is known for his WWE career from 1990 to 2020. Calaway started his career in 1987, doing various supporting work for World First Class Wrestling and other affiliate promotions, and he became a World Heavyweight Champion. Agreed by USWA and the WCWA Texas Heavyweight Champion for the time being. After signing for World Championship Wrestling in 1989, he spent a brief stint in the middle of the map as "Mean" Mark Callous, before joining World Wrestling Federation in 1990. Calaway was renamed. became "The Undertaker" in WWF, and went viral. is known as a creepy horror-themed entity that employs scare tactics and has a connection with the supernatural. As the longest-serving wrestler in company history at the age of 30, The Undertaker is one of the most important figures of the Age of Attitude, the company's business boom in the 1990s
|Birth name||Mark William Calaway|
|Born||March 24, 1965, Houston, Texas, U.S.|
|Residence||Austin, Texas, U.S.|
|Ring name(s)||Cain the Undertaker, Commando, Mark Callous, Mean Mark Callous, Mean Mark, Dice Morgan, The Master of Pain, The Punisher, Kane the Undertaker, Texas Red, The Undertaker|
|Billed from||Death Valley, Houston, Texas|
|Trained by||Buzz Sawyer|
|Debut||June 26, 1987|
|Retired||November 22, 2020|
Born Mark Calaway, he is a four-time World Heavyweight Champion who became known for his gothic, undead persona after competing in the WCCW in 1984.
He played basketball at Waltripp High School and at Texas Wesleyan University.
As a compliment to his WWE persona, the character Kane acted as his half-brother; together they formed the Brothers of Destruction.
He had four older brothers named David, Michael, Paul, and Timothy. He married third wife, former wrestler Michelle McCool, on June 26, 2010. They had a child named Kaia Faith Calaway in 2012. He has two daughters from his second marriage.
His ring music incorporated Kid Rock's song, "American Bad Ass.".
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