WATCH | Born May 2, 1972, in Hayward, California, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson turned 45 on Tuesday. Here's why he's more than the world's highest-earning movie star.
WATCH | Because of hits like "The Fate of the Furious" and "Moana," studios trust him with "Baywatch" and the "Jumanji" reboot.
He's a certified softie: On Instagram, he serenaded daughter Jasmine on her first birthday.
He's self-effacing, too: His throwback fanny-pack pic is the stuff of internet legend.
WATCH | That combo may be why he's People magazine's reigning Sexiest Man Alive.
A third-generation pro wrestler, he's arguably the most successful WWE personality of all time. As a tribute to Muhammad Ali, Johnson adopted the nickname The People's Champion, and won 17 WWE titles.
WATCH | One of a handful of Hollywood stars who played college sports, Johnson is also a national football champ: His University Of Miami Hurricanes won the 1991 NCAA title.
When he sideswiped a truck in 2015, the other driver posed for pics with him.
Whether he's gifting cars to friends and family, or visiting sick kids, he's charitable, too.
In 2006, he founded the DJ Rock Foundation to help at-risk and terminally ill children.
WATCH | He's also inspired fans while raising awareness about depression, which he said he endured when he was 23, living with his parents and at a career crossroads. "I found that, with depression, one of the most important things you could realize is that you're not alone," he said.