Angelo Siciliano Net Worth

Angelo Siciliano Net Worth is
$1 Million

Angelo Siciliano Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Charles Atlas, born Angelo Siciliano (October 30, 1893 – December 23, 1972), was the developer of a bodybuilding method and its associated exercise program that was best known for a landmark advertising campaign featuring Atlas's name and likeness; it has been described as one of the longest-lasting and most memorable ad campaigns of all time.According to Atlas, he trained himself to develop his body from that of a "scrawny weakling", eventually becoming the most popular muscleman of his day. He took the name "Charles Atlas" after a friend told him he resembled the statue of Atlas on top of a hotel in Coney Island and legally changed his name in 1922. His company, Charles Atlas Ltd., was founded in 1929 and, as of 2010, continues to market a fitness program for the "97-pound weakling" (44 kg). The company is now owned by Jeffrey C. Hogue.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthOctober 30, 1893
Place Of BirthAcri, Calabria, Italy
Star SignScorpio
1Long standing Advertisements in Comic Books and other Magazines featuring cartoon strip telling of the Skinny Guy, 'Mac', being tormented at the beach by big Bully, only to send for the Charles Atlas course, build his body up and ultimately exact revenge on the same Bully! Variations on this theme ran for years and were said to have been based on real experience of Charles Atlas!
1My system uses no apparatus. The resistance of your own body is the best and safest apparatus.
2Nobody picks on a strong man.
1Mr. Atlas was posthumously enshrined in the initial (2005) class of inductees to the National Fitness Hall of Fame. (see
2Coined the phrase "Yours in Perfect Manhood", which he used as a closing for his letters, ending of course-instructions and for inscription on autographed photos.
3His "Dynamic Tension" course, as well as his lessons in Boxing, Wrestling, Self-Defense, Hand Balancing and Weight Training are all still being sold over the Internet by his company, Charles Atlas, Ltd., of New York City.
4Although he considered himself the holder of the title "The World's Most Perfect Man," in fact, Atlas would have been required to hand over the title to his successor had the contest been held after 1928, had he lost.


What's My Line?1956TV SeriesHimself - Mystery Guest #1
Is Everybody Happy?1946Documentary shortHimself - Body Builder

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Bigger Stronger Faster*2008DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Biography1999TV Series documentaryHimself

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