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|Full Name:||Terry Bradshaw|
|Birth Date:||September 2, 1948|
|Profession:||American former professional football player, TV sports analyst, co-host, author and actor|
|Height:||6 feet 3 inches (1.91m)|
|Net Worth||$14 million|
|Birth Place||Shreveport, Louisiana|
|Education||Louisiana Tech University|
|Father||William Marvin “Bill” Bradshaw|
|Siblings||Gary and Craig|
|Kids||Rachel Bradshaw and Erin Bradshaw|
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Terry Paxton Bradshaw aka Terry Bradshaw (born on 2nd September 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana, the United States) is an American former professional football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). Moreover, he is also a TV sports analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday. Furthermore, he is an author as well as an actor.
Terry Bradshaw: Bio, Age, Education
Terry Paxton Bradshaw aka Terry Bradshaw was born on 2nd September 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana, the United States to his parents William Marvin “Bill” Bradshaw and Novis Bradshaw. He has two siblings, Gary and Craig.
As of 2019, he is 71 years old and belongs to the birth sign Virgo. By nationality, he is an American and his ethnicity is mixed. Talking about his education, he attended Shreveport (LA) Woodlawn high school. Later, he joined Louisiana Tech University for further studies.
The American TV host, Terry Bradshaw stands at the height of 6 feet & 3 inches and weighs 100 kg. Likewise, Bradshaw holds 4866 followers on Twitter and 120k followers on Facebook.
Terry Bradshaw: Professional Career
- In 1970, Terry began his professional football career at Pittsburgh Steelers through NFL Draft.
- He won the first Super Bowl Championship defeating Minnesota Vikings in 1974 and second Super Bowl Championship defeating Dallas Cowboys in 1975.
- However, Bradshaw was injured in 1976 and couldn’t play his game but he made his comeback and grabbed the Super Bowl Championship defeating Dallas Cowboys in 1978 and Los Angeles Rams in 1979.
- During the training camp in 1982, Terry faced an elbow injury which in 1984 season became worse and he finally announced his retirement from the football field in 1984.
- After that, he started working as an in-studio analyst and co-host for Fox NFL Sunday in 1990.
- Besides that, he has also authored five books which include his autobiography Terry Bradshaw: Man of Steel, FitzBradshaw Racing, and many more.
- Terry is also into the music field as he has released six-country, gospel and Christmas music albums.
- In addition, one of his singles titled “I’m So Lonesome I Could Try” ranked at No. 20 in Billboard’s chart in 1976.
- Additionally, he has appeared in several TV shows including Everybody Loves Raymond, Married… with Children, Malcolm in the Middle, and The League.
According to the sources, Bradshaw has an estimated net worth of $16 million as of 2019. Similarly, he receives $140k as his annual salary from his profession.
Terry Bradshaw: Personal Life; Wife & Kids
Regarding his love life, he married four times in his life. In 1971, he married Melissa Babich but they separated after being together for 3 years. Then, he married Jojo Starbuck but they divorced after being in a 9-year relationship in 1983.
Next year in 1984, he married Charlotte Hopkins and the couple welcomed two children: Rachel Bradshaw and Erin Bradshaw. The pair broke up after 15 years of a long relationship. In 1999, he started dating Tamy Bradshaw and they tied the knot in 2014. Therefore, they are living a happy married life and there is no rumor or issue of their separation and affair.
Terry Bradshaw: Awards and Achievements
- 4× Super Bowl Champion (IX, X, XIII, XIV)
- 2× Super Bowl MVP (XIII, XIV)
- NFL Most Valuable Player (1978)
- 3× Pro Bowl (1975,1978, 1979)
- First-team All-Pro (1978)
- Second-team All-Pro (1979)
- Bert Bell Award (1978)
- Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (1979)
- 2× NFL passing touchdowns leader (1978, 1982)
- NFL 1970s All-Decade Team
- Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team
- Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame
Terry Bradshaw: Rumors and Controversy
He was into controversy and many people criticized when he made a comment towards Reggie Bush in the NFL on Fox show, “Look at this Jimmy like he was chasing that bucket of chicken that the wind was blowing the other day.”
Likewise in January 2017, he made controversy when he called Mike Tomlin a cheerleader. But later he apologized for saying that.