Dennis Rodman Biography
Dennis Rodman is an American retired basketball player, born on 13th May 1961 in Trenton Jersey, USA. He is an actor well-known for the Apprentice, Gumball 3000; coast to coast and The Roadman World Tour. Roadman's father Philander left his mother Shirley and her mother moved to Dallas with Roman. Due to that Rodman had to face a rough childhood. Regarding his ethnicity, he is African-American and holds American nationality.
In his early life, his father Philander abounded his mother Shirley and his young family. Roadman’s mother moved to Dallas, where she struggled a lot to take care and feed her children.
American retired professional basketball player Roadman, played for the Detroit Piston, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, and Dallas Mavericks in the National Basket Ball Association (NBA). He is well known for his victory over two teams and winning 5 championships.
After graduation, Roadman’s future appeared uncertain. He found work as a janitor position at Dallas-Forth Worth airport. In his off time, he used to spent his time on the basketball court. He completed his high school from South Oak cliff Dallas. At Cooke County College, South Eastern Oklahoma basketball head coach discovered his talent and after attempting in several colleges, his dream of becoming a basketball star came to reality.
Rodman was arrested in Los Angeles for allegedly beating, misbehaving and torturing his wife. The judge decided guilt on his side and punished him for completing 45 days of community service. He was also sued by actress Tina New for $10 million because she claims he raped her after meeting her in a bar, Newport Beach, California.
During his Carrer, Dennis made about $29 million; however, after a loss in various field in due to huge debt now his net worth is estimated negative $1 million.Edit
Award won by Roadman
Basketball legend Dennis Keith Roadman won the award NAIA rebound leader. NAIA Rebound Award was his 1st achievement in his career. Further, he won All American Awards, NBA Defensive Player of the year, NBA All-Defensive Team and NBA Star, Team.
Roadman as writer
Roadman wrote an autobiography, 'As Bad As I Want To Be,' where he announces his bisexuality. He spotted at the New Work singing in a wedding dress, announcing he was marrying himself.