At the age of fifteen, Booker robbed a Wendy's that he worked at.
He and his wife, Queen Sharmell, got a restraining order on the Boogeyman after they were being stalked by him for a few months.
He competed in a Beat the Clock Sprint Challenge to see who could gain the shortest time in a match for a chance to face Batista for the World Heavyweight Championship. He faced cruiserweight Gregory Helms and had the shortest time until Mr. Kennedy dethroned him and won the challenge.
King Booker has appeared in commercials for Swanson Hungry Man TV dinners.
On November 5, 2006 at Cyber Sunday, King Booker beat John Cena and Big Show in a Champion of Champions Match.
On September 19, 2006, He beat RVD in an Extreme Rules match on ECW.
Booker T was ranked # 20 out of 500 in the 2005 PWI 500.
He Joins The Rock as the only African-Americans to be a WWE Champion as of June 23, 2006.
July 23, 2006- He beat Rey Mysterio at The Great American Bash to become the new World Heavyweight Champion.
July 7, 2006- He won the No. 1 contender Battle Royal and became the No. 1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship on SmackDown.
May 26, 2006- He was crowed 2006 King of the Ring on SmackDown.
He has had the following managers:Sister Sherri, Jacqueline, Midnight, Shane McMahon, Sharmell, Col. Rob Parker, Shawn Michaels, Theodore Long, Tyler Gallant, and Aaron Thompson.
May 21, 2006- He beat Bobby Lashley at Judgement Day in the King of the Ring finals to become the 2006 King of the Ring.
His Wrestling Observer Newsletter Accomplishments are Most Underrated Wrestler in 2002.
He lost his last U.S. title to Chris Benoit.
He was trained by Scott Casey.
Height: 6ft. 3in.
Weight: 250 lbs.
Finishing moves: Scissors Kick, Book End (Side Slam).
Despite not even competing on January 13, 2005 edition of WWE Smackdown, he became the new U.S. Champion when his replacement Randy Orton defeated Chris Benoit.
With the help of his wife Sharmell, he defeated Chris Benoit to win his third U.S. Championship in October of 2005.
He eliminated The Rock in a Battle Royal to become #1 Contendor on 24 February 2003 edition of WWE RAW.
He has been a member of Harlem Heat, The Misfits in Action and the New Bloods.
He has a tattoo of a flame on his right upper bicep and a sun on his left upper bicep.
In 2000, he appeared in the film Ready to Rumble as himself.
He's a former amateur boxing competitor. He was able to show some of his boxing skills in a commercial for 1-800-COLLECT.
Before his wrestling career, he was convicted of several armed robberies in 1987, including a fast food restaurant where he was employed, and spent 19 months in jail.
He has won 36 titles in his 17-year career.
Booker T is married to former Miss Black America, Sharmel Sullivan
He is the brother of wrestler Lane Huffman, who wrestles under the name Stevie Ray.
He eliminated The Rock in a Battle Royal to become #1 Contendor on February 24, 2003 edition of WWE RAW.
Booker T and Stevie Ray first began tag teaming as The Ebony Experience and later enjoyed great success in WCW as the tag team Harlem Heat.
He is the most decorated champion in WCW history having won 22 titles during his time with the company.
WCW Heavyweight Championship,
WCW Tag Team Championship,
WCW United States Championship,
WCW Television Championship,
WWE World Tag Team Championship,
WWE Intercontiental Championship,
WWE United States Championship
He was once on a tag-team with WWE announcer, Josh Matthews.
Booker: All hail the King of the World.
Booker T: Don't hate the player. Hate the game.
Booker T: Man, if you were in that movie it would be called "The Scorpion Queen!"
King Booker: Bow down loyal peasants, to the king of the Smackdown kingdom.
Booker T: Tell me he didn't say that?
Booker: Can you dig it, Sucka?