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Robert Maillet

A French Canadian from rural New Brunswick, it was clear from an early age that Robert would be a very big boy. In the first grade he stood taller than his teacher and that made him awkward and a bit shy, so growing up he took shelter in his own dreams. One of those dreams was to become a professional wrestler, and for a time he realized that dream with a successful career in the W.W.F. At the urging of a friend, he brought the confidence and poise learned in the ring to the big screen. Among his most memorable performances are the terrifying Uber Immortal in Zack Snyder's 300, the ominous and powerful Dredger in Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Homes and the unstoppable Minotaur in Tarsem Singh's Immortals. Maillet appeared in the 2006 film 300, an adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novel of the same name. He played the Über-Immortal, a savage berserker who was part of the enemy's imperial guard In November 2008, during a fight scene for the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes, he accidentally punched Robert Downey Jr. in the face, bloodying Downey and knocking him down.[6] Downey later stated on an episode of the Late Show with David Letterman that Maillet was "10 times more upset about it" than he was. Maillet played a Russian professional boxer who took a dive in the 2011 film The Big Bang. Later that year, he appeared in the film Monster Brawl as Frankenstein in a wrestling tournament of eight classic monsters that fight to the death. He played Polyphemus in the 2013 film Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Blackwell in the 2013 film adaptation of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, and the executioner in the 2014 film Hercules. also had a recurring role on the Syfy original series Haven billed as a "Heavy", a thug for the series antagonist. In 2018, Maillet had a small part in the superhero film Deadpool 2 as Sluggo, a mutant mercenary who is in prison alongside the titular character.He also had a part in the 2018 Netflix film Game Over, Man!.

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Oct 26, 1969 In Ste-Marie-de-Kent, New Brunswick, Canada
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series L'Homme du Picardie 1968-12-16
Latest Project:
Movie Vicious Fun 2021-11-04
Known For
Poster of The Shipment
Poster of Killer Waves
Poster of Septic Man
Poster of A Little Bit Zombie
Movie Vicious Fun Mike 2021-11-04
Movie Becky Apex 2020-07-23
Movie Polar Karl 2019-01-25
Movie Deadpool 2 Sluggo 2018-05-10
Movie Game Over, Man! Chet 2018-03-23
Movie The Shipment Rotik 2018-10-21
Movie Once Upon a Deadpool Sluggo 2018-12-11
Movie Killer Waves Barracuda Ben 2016-07-16
Movie Brick Mansions Yeti 2014-04-22
Movie Hercules Executioner 2014-07-23
Series The Strain The Master / Jusef Sardu 2014-07-13
Movie Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters Polyphemus / Laistrygonian 2013-08-07
Movie The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Blackwell 2013-08-21
Movie Pacific Rim Lt. Aleksis Kaidanovsky 2013-07-11
Movie The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet Giant Hobo 2013-10-16
Movie Septic Man Giant 2013-09-20
Movie A Little Bit Zombie Terry 'Terror' Thompkins 2012-02-03
Movie Monster Brawl Frankenstein 2011-01-01
Movie The Big Bang Anton 'The Pro' Protopov 2011-02-03
Movie Immortals Minotaur 2011-11-10
Series Once Upon a Time Behemoth 2011-10-23
Movie Sherlock Holmes Dredger 2009-12-23
Movie 300 Uber Immortal (Giant) 2007-03-07
Movie WWE Royal Rumble 1999 Kurrgan 1999-01-25
Movie WWE Royal Rumble 1998 Kurrgan 1998-01-18
Movie WWE WrestleMania XIV Kurrgan 1998-03-29
Movie WWE Rock Bottom: In Your House Kurrgan 1998-12-13
Movie WWE SummerSlam 1998 Kurrgan 1998-08-30
Movie WWE Survivor Series 1997 The Interrogator 1997-11-09
Series WWE Raw Acadian Giant 1993-01-11
Series L'Homme du Picardie Michel Lemahieu 1968-12-16