Mark Zupan Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Mark Zupan is a competitor who contends in wheelchair rugby. He was the commander of the US wheelchair rugby crew that contended in the 2004 Paralympic Games. He is generally known for his job in the film Murderball, which he featured in 2005.

Mark Zupan was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on May 20, 1975, to Thomas and Linda Zupan. Mark went to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Florida Atlantic University. He was a remarkable understudy who dominated in the two scholastics and sports.

Mark Zupan started his expert profession when he was as yet in secondary school. He got a grant to Florida Atlantic University subsequent to playing varsity football and soccer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Zupan become inebriated with partners at a bar after a soccer match on October 14, 1993, and afterward slid into the rear of companion Chris Igoe’s truck to rest.

Igoe left the bar in a little while, unconscious that Zupan was dozing in the back. Igoe turned out while driving inebriated, and Zupan was tossed from the pickup bed, over a fence, and into a trench, where he clung to an appendage for 14 hours until a bystander found him.

Mark Zupan Biography

Real Name Mark Zupan
Birth Date 20 May 1975
Age (as of 2021) 46 Years
Birth Place Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Nationality American
Profession Wheelchair Rugby Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Taurus

Physical Statistics

Height Not Known
Weight Not Known
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Thomas Zupan
Mother Linda Zupan
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known

Qualification/Education

School Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
College Georgia Institute of Technology, Florida Atlantic University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Who is his wife/girlfriend? Morgan Zupan

Because of the mishap, he created hypothermia and became deadened. Zupan has halfway quadriplegia and utilizations props to walk brief distances. Zupan’s group “Superman’s Crip-Tonite” completed second in the Red Bull Flugtag occasion in Austin, Texas in August 2007. They were granted a $3,000 prize for their endeavors. An ESPN.com report about Zupan’s Flugtag venture was composed by Mary Buckheit. In the film Jackass Number Two, he showed up in the satire “Lake Jump,” in which his wheelchair was associated with carbon dioxide tanks and moved off an incline by Chris Pontius.

The tanks lighted similarly as he was going to take off, driving him off the incline and into the lake. Previous NFL player Ray Crockett utilized a wheelchair for 30 days and endeavored to play wheelchair rugby at one point in a 2008 version of 30 Days, in which Zupan was included. Zupan showed up in the second period of the TV program Friday Night Lights as Steve, a companion who goes with the person Jason Street to a specialist’s visit in the scene “Impractical notions.” He showed up in scene 11 of the primary period of Nitro Circus. He was taped to a sled and was noticed riding down a slope prior to falling.

Mark Zupan wedded Morgan Zupan and they make an awesome couple. They are content with their lives and regularly spotted hanging out in bistros and notable vacationer locations. Mark Zupan has 3.8K Facebook companions right now. Mark appreciates posting about his own achievements via web-based media, and he has countless phenomenal Facebook companions. In any case, he is just on Facebook.

Zupan is an expert Paralympic wheelchair rugby player with a total assets of $2 million dollars, which he acquired altogether through his energy and difficult work. He is an individual who is totally devoted to his work and vocation.

Mark is an entertainer just as a wheelchair rugby player. Zupan was a client, during the principal period of TLC’s Miami Ink. His narrative was displayed in parts as foundation material.

He was found in a match with Chris Pontius, in a scene of the claymation series Celebrity Deathmatch, which he won. On October 17, 2006, HarperCollins delivered Mark Zupan’s collection of memoirs GIMP: When Life Deals You a Bad Hand, You Can Fold—or You Can Play. Mark was likewise an individual from the 2008 United States Paralympic gold-winning group in Beijing.