Krazy George Henderson

Krazy George Henderson Brief Biography

Krazy George Henderson (born 1944) is a professional cheerleader and claimed inventor of the audience wave.

Krazy George began cheerleading while a student at San Jose State in 1968, where he was also a member of the National Championship winning judo team. After graduating, he continued cheerleading for free at local sporting events, where he became known for leading sectional cheers, accompanied by his hand drum. In 1975, while working as a high school teacher at Buchser High School in Santa Clara, California, Krazy George was hired by the San Jose Earthquakes and the California Golden Seals to be a cheerleader. Later that year he was hired to be a cheerleader for one game by the Kansas City Chiefs, team owner Lamar Hunt then extended his contract for the remainder of the season, and each year through 1979 (when the Chiefs lost a bidding war to the Houston Oilers); he has been a professional cheerleader ever since.

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