Dwayne Douglas Johnson's father is Black Nova Scotian while his mother is Samoan. Johnson was born in California and he has a family history of wrestling. His grandfather was professional wrestler Peter "High Chief" Fanene Maivia and his father was wrestler Rocky Johnson.Know More
Initially, Johnson, known as "The Rock," planned to play in the National Football League, but he was unable to due to an injury. Instead, he became a professional wrestler, eventually winning numerous titles and championships, including winning the WWF/WWE heavyweight title six times.
Johnson has also made a career in acting, appearing in films such as "The Scorpion King," "Be Cool," "The Game Plan" and "Fast & Furious 6."Learn more about Genealogy
Ethnicity is a way of categorizing a person by means of a shared or presumed ancestry. Unlike race, which is defined according to biological traits, ethnicity is defined according to common origin and other variable characteristics such as language and religion.Full Answer >
One is only genetically related to one's cousin's cousin if there is a common ancestor shared. However, given the complexity of human relationships, it is not impossible that there might be a distant genetic relationship.Full Answer >
According to the New York Times, the Dionne quintuplets were five identical girls born on May 28, 1934. They were thought to be the first quintuplets to survive infancy.Full Answer >
A second cousin once removed is either a parent's second cousin or a second cousin's child. Both of these people fit the description of this relationship.Full Answer >