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American Professional Bodybuilder, Andy Haman Has Passed Away



American Professional Bodybuilder, Andy Haman Is Dead

American professional bodybuilder who competes in the superheavyweight class, Andy Haman Has Passed Away. His death news was confirmed on Social media today. His cause of death has not been made known to the public.

His brother Samuel Haman took to his Facebook page to announce the death of Andy.

RIP: Anthony Joesph Haman/Dad/Mr.Incredible! We love you so much and you will be in our thoughts forever! No one was as a strong, kind, silly, goofball wonderful person like you. Don’t worry about mom and the girls I’ll take care of them, just the way you did and taught me; he wrote.

Samuel Post On Facebook

Also reacting to his death, movie producer, Kathy Davis via her Facebook page,  wrote – Sad news our friend Andy Haman passed away. Prayers for his family. He was in our movie Z Rex a few years ago. RIP Andy.

The Iowa City-born, in 2016 won the National Physique Committee (NPC) Colorado State Championship in the superheavyweight class.

Andy who is also an actor was a cast member of the popular 2017 movie, “The Jurassic Dead”.

He competed in bodybuilding tournaments, winning the 1987 Midwest Natural Championships, but gave up the sport to focus on teaching.

Who Is Andy Haman? – Few Things You Need To Know About Him!

Born in Iowa City, Iowa, Anthony Josephy Andy Haman was an American professional bodybuilder, actor and producer, known for The Jurassic Dead (2017).

He bagged his Bachelor of Science degree in health from the University of Iowa.

While at the high institution, Andy joined the UI wrestling team.

After completing his bodybuilding tournaments in 1987, he won the Midwest Natural Championships. Later that year he paused his pursuit in sports to become a teacher.

When he moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, Andy got a teaching job where he taught physical education and health at Thomas B. Doherty High School.

In 2004, Haman retired from teaching to concentrate on establishing a career in bodybuilding.

He won the National Physique Committee (NPC) Colorado State Championship in the superheavyweight class in 2006.


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