|Died||December 11, 2013 56) (aged|
|Height||2.26 m (7 ft 5 in)|
|Ring name(s)||Canadian Destroyer|
|Billed height||226 cm (7 ft 5 in)|
|Billed weight||172 kg (379 lb)|
Garry Robbins (September 9, 1957 – December 11, 2013) was a Canadian actor and professional wrestler.
Robbins was born in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada in 1957. 
Robbins was discovered working as a bouncer in a local bar and went on to act in his first feature film, Humongous .  In Wrong Turn , he played one of three disfigured brothers in the West Virginia mountains. With makeup and prosthetics by Stan Winston, he portrayed the character "Saw Tooth".
Robbins wrestled all over the world, including for many promotions across Canada, for Global Wrestling Federation in the United States, for New Japan in Japan, for World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico and for Indo-Asian Wrestling in India. While in Japan he often worked tag team bouts teaming with Demolition Ax as "Demolition Hux".  He was also a stuntman, stunt coordinator, voiceover artist and bodyguard.
Robbins died of a heart attack at the age of 56 on December 11, 2013.   
|2008||The Love Guru||Biker|
|2006||Tears of a Clown||Henchman|
|2000||Jill Rips||David Daniels||(as Gary Robbins)|
|Call of the Wild: Part 1||Big Toe Blake|
|1998||My Date with the President's Daughter||Biker #1||TV movie|
|1997||The Champ||Mike the Mauler|
|1996||The Stupids||Extremely Tall Guy|
|Balance of Power||Giant Man|
|1994||In the Mouth of Madness||Truck Driver|
|1993||TC 2000||The Giant||(as Gary Robbins)|
|Back in Action||Giant|
|1989||Crazy as a Soup Sandwich||Volkerps|
|1988||Short Circuit 2||Francis|
|1999||Due South Due South||'Big Toe' Blake||The Call of the Wild List of Due South episodes#ep66|
|1997||Wind at My Back||Mike 'The Mauler'|
|1996||Goosebumps||Mud Monster||You Can't Scare Me!|
|1995||Due South Due South||Carl||Witness List of Due South episodes#ep66|
|1989||The Twilight Zone||Volkerps||Crazy as a Soup Sandwich|
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