Tim White suicide: Did WWE Referee Tim White take his own life?

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Timothy Rhys White was an American pro wrestling official who was born on March 25, 1954.
He served as a director for World Wrestling Entertainment’s SmackDown franchise.
In parallel to his refereeing obligations, White served as André the Giant’s sidekick in the 1980s and 1990s.
For more than twenty years, Tim White worked as a WWE referee and official.
White began his illustrious career as a part-time referee with Andre the Giant in 1985.’
After becoming an on-screen official, White was in charge of some of WWE’s most famous events, including the epic Hell In A Cell match between The Undertaker and Mankind at King of the Ring 1998.
White started helping as a WWE official in 1985, and just after Andre’s death, he became a full-time referee in 1993.
White’s refereeing career came to an end in 2004 due to shoulder issues, but he stayed with the club until 2009.

Tim White suicide: Did WWE Referee Tim White take his own life?

He took his own life in a comedy series .However, in the case of his death, this has not been mirrored in real life.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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