Dwight Howard is putting his resume to good use.
The 18-year NBA veteran’s accolades include eight All-Star selections and three Defensive Player of the Year awards.
But here’s one you might not be aware of: ordained minister.
The 6-foot-10 NBA champion officiated the wedding of London Wilmot, an athlete and celebrity stylist, and Pure, a high fashion runway model, in Madrid, Spain, last month, according to photos shared by the couple on social media.
Wilmot is Howard’s stylist, according to the newlywed’s website, and counts Aaron Hicks, Royce O’Neale and Dexter Lawrence as clients as well.
Howard, who reportedly received his ministry credentials last year, took to Instagram on Wednesday with videos of him on the mic during the union of Wilmot and Pure.
“Took a trip out to Spain to officiate another wedding,” the 37-year-old wrote. “Man, it’s no feeling better than seeing two people come together and unite in love.”
Howard, who currently plays in the Taiwanese men’s pro basketball league, traded in his uniform and sneakers for a grey suit with dress shoes to facilitate the nuptials.
He included a shot of himself smiling and walking down the aisle, while those in attendance filmed him on their phones.
Howard also posted a photo and video on Twitter that showed him officiating a separate ceremony between an unnamed bride and groom.
“You’re starting a new life together and every day you’re continuing to be great,” Howard can be heard saying in the clip.
For that wedding, the big man donned a beige suit with a flower boutonnière pinned to his jacket.
Howard won an NBA title while on LeBron James’ Lakers in the 2019-20 COVID bubble season.
Howard last played in the NBA in 2022 and continued his professional basketball career later that year with Taiwan’s Taoyuan Leopards.
Howard was named an All-Star, All-Defensive First Team, and was awarded the Most Valuable Import of the T1 League for the 2022-23 season.
A noted wrestling fan, Howard also attended a WWE tryout last year.
According to Sports Illustrated, Howard called his ring persona “Sho ’Nuff,” which was an apparent nod to the 1985 martial arts film “The Last Dragon.”