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Dennis Rodman Age, Biography, Networth, Personal Life And More

Dennis Rodman Age, Biography, Networth, Personal Life And More

Dennis Rodman, nicknamed “The Worm,” was an American professional basketball player known for his skilled rebounding, defending skills, and outrageous character. He played for the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls, winning two NBA championships and being inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011.

Short Biography Of Dennis Rodman 

 Full Name 

 Denis Keith Rodman 

 Birth Date 

 13 May, 1961

 Birth Place

 Trenton, New Jersey 





 South Oak Cliff High   School 

 North Central Texas   College 

 Southeastern     Oklahoma State   University

 Education Qualification





Philander Rodman

Shirley Rodman


 Marital status

 Annie Bakes (1992-   1993)

 Carmen Electra   (1998-1999)

 Mitchell Moyer   (2003-  2012)



 Debra Rodman

 Kim Rodman


 Height (approximately) 

 Weight (approximately) 

 Hair (Colour) 

 Eye (Colour) 


 6feet 7 inch


 Black (Natural)

 Dark Brown 









 Not known 

 Not known

 Not known 


 Living Place/Current City 

 Bloomfield Michigan 


 Professional   Basketball Player 



Dennis Rodman Early Life
Dennis Keith Rodman was born in Trenton, New Jersey on May 13, 1961. Dennis Rodman attended South Oak Cliff High School, a Dallas public high school. During his education, he met future basketball coach Gary Blair in the gym. Blair coached Dennis’s sisters to three state basketball championships. Rodman later transferred to North Central Texas College, a public community college in Gainesville. He only stayed for a short time before transferring to Southeastern Oklahoma State University. He spent three seasons (1983-1986) there, averaging 25.7 points and 15.7 rebounds per game.

Dennis Rodman Personal Life
Dennis Rodman mother, Shirley Rodman, was a homemaker while his father, Philander Rodman, was in the Air Force. He has two sisters, Debra and Kim. Rodman’s mother died from cancer when he was 14 years old. His father and stepmother, Charletta Rodman, raised him. Dennis Rodman has been married three times. First Rodman married Annie Bakes in 1992. They were dating prior to his entry into the NBA. They had a child (Alexis) during their pre-marriage relationship in 1988. The couple divorced in 1993, however. Dennis then married Carmen Electra, a TV actress, in November 1998 in Las Vegas. In 1999, they divorced. Rodman accepted Mitchell Moyer as his third wife and married her on his 42nd birthday in 2003. DJ (son) and Trinity (daughter) were their two children. Denis and Moyer officially divorced in 2012.

Dennis Rodman Career
Dennis Rodman made his NBA debut in 1986 as the 3rd pick in the Detroit Pistons’ draft. He quickly improved his stats, averaging 11.6 points and 8.7 rebounds in the 1987-88 season. The Pistons eventually won their first NBA championship in 1988-89, defeating the Lakers. Rodman’s rebounding skills improved in the 1991-92 season, and he was traded to the Spurs in 1993-94. He then moved to the Chicago Bulls in 1995-96, where he won his sixth consecutive rebounding title. In 1997-98, he won his seventh consecutive title, reaching the Finals against the Utah Jazz. He then played for the Los Angeles Lakers from 1999 to 2000, winning his final NBA Championship in 2000. Rodman retired from the NBA in 2000. After retiring, Rodman focused on acting and wrestling.

Dennis Rodman Achievement
Dennis received numerous awards and recognition throughout his career, including NBA All-Defensive First Team, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, NBA All-Star (2 times), All-NBA Third Team (2 times), and NBA 75th Anniversary Team.

Dennis Rodman Retirement
Rodman’s retirement has been a topic of debate among various theories. Some believe it was a publicity stunt, as Manley, a savvy marketer, believed it would generate more interest in his client. Others believe it was due to Rodman’s exhaustion from playing in the NBA for six seasons and his reputation for partying. Another theory is that his retirement was motivated by money, as his contract included a clause that would have reduced his salary to $1 million if he was suspended for more than six games.

Dennis Rodman Net Worth
Dennis Rodman’s net worth is estimated to be around USD 1 million, according to various online sources. His fortune was made through his professional NBA career, filming career, wrestling, and other events. He had amassed over 100 million US dollars at the time and had lost all of it due to his extravagant lifestyle and some bad habits. He was also involved in legal issues and gambling, which completely ruined his fortune.

Since retiring from basketball, Rodman has faced scandals like erratic behavior, failed relationships, and substance abuse issues. He has also been involved in high-profile publicity stunts, including a visit to North Korea. Despite his attempts to clean up, Rodman remains an infamous NBA legend, with fans paying tribute to him in various ways.


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