About Terry Bradshaw
Terry Bradshaw is a former pro football player from the United States who now works as a television analyst. He received four Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers throughout his football playing career. Bradshaw was known for his powerful arm, which was one of his numerous skills. He was also praised for his outstanding leadership abilities and his aptitude to host major sporting events.
Bradshaw, widely regarded as one of the best quarterbacks of all time, is noted for being a fierce competitor with one of the most strong arms in NFL history. He’s become a television sports commentator and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday since 1994. Terry is also an actor and singer who has been in a number of television series and films, most memorably in the movie Failure to Launch, and also has released many country music CDs.
||Terry Paxton Bradshaw
||The Blond Bomber
||74 years (as in 2022)
|Sun Sign/Zodiac Sign
||Shreveport, Louisiana, United States
|Date of Birth
||2 September 1948
Terry Bradshaw with brother Craig Bradshaw
Marital Status, Wife and Children
||Tammy Bradshaw (2014 to present)
JoJo Starbuck (1976-1983)
Charlotte Hopkins (1983-1999)Melissa Babish (1972-73)
||8 July 2014 (Tammy Bradshaw)
6 June 1976 (JoJo Starbuck)
11 February 1972 (Melissa Babish)
||Woodlawn High School
||Louisiana Tech University
||American football player
Height, Weight, and Figure Measurements
||in centimeters – 191 cm
in meters – 1.91 m
in Feet Inches – 6’3″
||in Kilogram – 98 kg
in Pounds – 215 lb
|Race / Ethnicity
Terry Bradshaw was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on September 2, 1948. Bradshaw was raised by his mother and father, a US Navy veteran, with two brothers, with the ambition of being a professional football player from an early age. Terry joined Louisiana Tech University after demonstrating his talent in high school.
Terry went to Woodlawn High School where he was looked after by coach Williams. He guided the Knights to the AAA state title game in 1965. He established a national record for javelin throwing at 245 feet while at Woodlawn.
His achievements landed him a position in Sports Illustrated’s Faces In The Crowd section. Bradshaw chose Louisiana Tech University in Ruston as his college. He is a part of the Tau Kappa Epsilon organization and has a strong connection to his alma institution.
Bradshaw was regarded by most professional scouts as the best college football player in the country in 1969. Bradshaw graduated with nearly all of Louisiana Tech’s passing records.
He was named into the Louisiana Tech Sports Hall of Fame’s first class in 1984. He was honored at the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame four years later.
Terry Bradshaw went on to make records and history in his football career. But due to his injury, he left football and entered the entertainment industry. He is among the few actors who switched their careers from football to acting.
Terry Bradshaw Net Worth
Terry Bradshaw has a net worth of approximately $45 million.
|Estimated Net Worth in 2022 (Approx)
|Estimated Net Worth in 2021 (Approx)
Terry Bradshaw amassed a substantial fortune throughout his long and fruitful football career. Terry has also amassed a fortune through brand endorsements and his acting career.
Terry invested significantly in real estate upon retiring from NFL, amassing a $13 million portfolio of properties in Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico. In 2008, right before the housing crisis, he sold all of those homes.
- Bradshaw was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970 NFL Draft after garnering fame for his accomplishments at Louisiana Tech.
- Terry eventually acclimated to professional football after being the starting quarterback during his second season, leading the Steelers to win eight AFC Central crowns plus four Super Bowl triumphs.
- In a contest even against the Raiders in 1972, Terry became famous for the Impeccable Reception, which became the most memorable plays in NFL history.
- Bradshaw won the Most Valuable Player award in 1978.
- Bradshaw was in poor condition when the 1980s arrived. Due to a recurrent elbow ailment, he needed an injection of cortisone before each game, yet he still ended up playing brilliantly.
- In 1983, he underwent elbow surgery. Upon completing his final pass, he reportedly heard a snap from his injured arm.
- Terry’s career came to an end as a result of this, and he retired pretty soon in his career.
- Long before his football career ended, Bradshaw was establishing himself as a great actor.
- Throughout his playing career, he was regularly featured in television ads, including one for shingles treatment.
- He is arguably best recognized now for his appearances in Tide detergent commercials.
- Bradshaw resigned from football on July 24, 1984, and immediately accepted a broadcast deal with CBS to become an NFL game commentator, where he and start games commentator Verne Lundquist had the highest-rated programs.
- Brotherly Love, Modern Family, The Larry Sanders Show, Everybody Loves Raymond and The League is just a few of the series in which Bradshaw has made brief appearances as him.
- He also starred as the sleazy coach of a female’s ice hockey club on Malcolm in the Middle, alongside Howie Long.
- In 1997, he presented Home Team with Terry Bradshaw, which was a brief television series.
- Bradshaw has also featured in a number of films, including a role in the 1978 picture Hooper, that featured Burt Reynolds and Sally Field, as well as a role in the 1981 comedy The Cannonball Run.