Randal Berry Orton was an American professional wrestler and actor.
17 Facts About Barry Orton
Barry Orton was a son of professional wrestler Bob Orton, brother of professional wrestler Bob Orton Jr.
Randal Berry Barry Orton was born in Amarillo, Texas, to professional wrestler Bob Barry Orton and his wife Rita.
Barry Orton was named after professional wrestler Wild Red Berry.
Barry Orton was a musician and performed in nightclubs, playing in many prominent club bands over the country.
Barry Orton made his professional wrestling debut in 1976, trained by Bob Barry Orton, Bob Roop, and Tully Blanchard.
Barry Orton was a replacement for Hercules Hernandez who had recently been unmasked by Jimmy Valiant.
Barry Orton's career was affected in 1986 when he was driving under the influence and his female passenger died.
The WWF would not allow him to wrestle until the matter was settled, and Barry Orton went to Stampede Wrestling in Calgary as the masked Zodiac.
Barry Orton returned to WWF in 1990 and worked for Universal Wrestling Federation, Herb Abrams's promotion for a couple of appearances.
Barry Orton came out of retirement in 2011 for one night for Pro Wrestling Guerilla participating in a battle royal which was won by Roddy Piper.
Barry Orton went to New York and began studying classical theatre, spending a year there studying with Robert Patterson.
Barry Orton was married four times; all four marriages ended in divorce.
Barry Orton had two children, both of them daughters, from his third marriage.
At the time Barry Orton did not speak up about the incident.
Barry Orton brought up hearing from another ring boy while he was still employed by the WWF.
On March 19,2021, Barry Orton died in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the age of 62.