Terry Bradshaw Net Worth

Do you want to know how much Terry Bradshaw is worth? We have the answer for you! First off, let’s get familiar with the person in question, shall we? He is an actor from American. He was born in unknown, on unknown in to the family of Bill Bradshaw, Novis Bradshaw and Craig Bradshaw. His talents and gifts as an actor soon became apparent and a promising career path was laid out right before him. It is also worth noting that he attended Woodlawn High School, Louisiana Tech University and earned the Nicknames of Mr. Steel Arm , Terry Paxton Bradshaw , The Blond Bomber , Bradshaw, Terry throughout his studies and working career. He stands at 6 ft 2 in (1.9 m) in terms of height. Starring in multiple hit movies or TV shows, Terry Bradshaw has earned global recognition as well as amassing a fortune. In his career Terry Bradshaw has earned a lot of money and now has a total Net worth valued at $15 Million.

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From a very young age Terry dreamt of being a professional football player. He studied at the Woodlawn High School, where he had an opportunity to play football and be trained by A. L. Williams. Soon it was clear that Terry had a talent for football, as he led his team to the 1965 AAA High School Championship. Later Bradshaw continued his studies at Louisiana Tech University, and continued playing football there, becoming one of the best college football players of all time, as a junior accumulating 2,890 total yards in 1968 ranking No. 1 in the NCAA, and winning in the Rice Bowl. As a senior, he had 2,314 yards, third in the NCAA but from just 10 games, from many of which he was withdrawn after the team built big leads.

In 1970 Terry was the first overall selection by the Pittsburg Steelers in the NFL Draft, and with whom he played for 14 seasons, which added very significantly to Terry Bradshaw’s net worth. During his career, Terry won many  awards and titles both individually and with the team. Some of them include four Super Bowl Championships in 1974 , ’75, ’78 and ’79 plus MVP in the last two; four AFC Championships; NFL Quarterback of the Year and MVP (1978), and selected for three Pro Bowl games in 1975, 1978 and ’79. He has also been inducted into the Pro Football, College Football and Pittsburg Pro Football Halls of Fame.

Despite the success Terry achieved, he decided to retire from football in 1983, after repeated elbow injuries. As mentioned, Terry then became involved in other activities. He was signed by CBS TV, and immediately became involved in NFL broadcasts. In 1990 he began hosting “The NFL Today” which added a lot to Terry’s net worth. He has also appeared in various shows and movies, including “Everybody Loves Raymond, “Married…with Children”, “Malcolm in the Middle”, “Hooper”, “Smokey and the Bandit” and others. All these appearances helped Terry Bradshaw’s net worth to grow.

Additionally, Terry is something of an author, having co-written five books, and he has also released five albums of largely country music, although apparently none adding greatly to his wealth.

If to talk about Terry Bradshaw’s personal life, he has married four times, firstly to Melissa Babish(1972-73); secondly to JoJo Starbuck (1976-83) then to Charla Hopkins(1983-99), who is the mother of his two daughters, Rachel and Erin. Since 2014, Bradshaw has been married  to Tammy, his girlfriend of the previous 15 years.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Terry Bradshaw
  • Net Worth: $15 Million
  • Date Of Birth: September 2, 1948
  • Place Of Birth: Shreveport, Louisiana, United States
  • Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
  • Weight: 218 lbs (99 kg)
  • Profession: American football player, Quarterback, Sports analyst, Commentator, Voice Actor
  • Education: Woodlawn High School, Louisiana Tech University
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Tammy Bradshaw (m. 2014), Charla Hopkins (m. 1983-1999), JoJo Starbuck (m. 1976-1983), Melissa Babish (m. 1972-1973)
  • Children: Rachel Bradshaw, Erin Bradshaw
  • Parents: Bill Bradshaw, Novis Bradshaw
  • Siblings: Craig Bradshaw
  • Nicknames: Mr. Steel Arm , Terry Paxton Bradshaw , The Blond Bomber , Bradshaw, Terry
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialTerryBradshaw
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/terrybradshaw
  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/bradshawstain/
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0103537
  • Allmusic: www.allmusic.com/artist/terry-bradshaw-mn0000020726
  • Awards: Super Bowl champion (IX, X, XIII, XIV), Super Bowl MVP (XIII, XIV), Pro Bowl (1975, 1978, 1979), First-team All-Pro (1978), NFL Most Valuable Player (1978)
  • Albums: I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry (1966), Until You (1981), Here in My Heart (1981), Sings Christmas Songs for the Whole World (1996)
  • Nominations: NFL Draft: 1970 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1, Pro Football Hall of Fame (1989), College Football Hall of Fame (1996),Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (1979), NFL passing touchdowns leader (1978, 1982), NFL 1970s All-Decade Team, Pittsburgh Steelers All-Time Team, Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame
  • Movies: Smokey and the Bandit II (1980), The Friars Club Super Bowl Roast of Terry Bradshaw (2015), Brotherly Love (1995 TV series), Everybody Loves Raymond, Married… with Children, Malcolm in the Middle, Hooper, Smokey and the Bandit
  • TV Shows: Better Late Than Never, Fox NFL Sunday, Fox NFL, The NFL Today, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Larry Sanders Show, The League, The 56th Annual Grammy Awards Pepsi Halftime Show (2014)

Facts

  • Inducted into the Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984 (inaugural class).
  • Inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 1988.
  • Was said to originally have been self-taught in playing guitar, some sources claim his being able to play with either hand. (unconfirmed).
  • Father of singer Rachel Bradshaw.
  • Friend of Lesley Visser.
  • In 2004, he admitted that he suffered from clinical depression for most of his adult life. He said it was so severe that he couldn’t even enjoy his four Super Bowl championships.
  • Co-spokesperson for Verizon Wireless (a cell phone service).
  • Co-spokesperson for Radio Shack.
  • Co-owner of FitzBradshaw Racing, which fields two cars in the NASCAR Busch Series, the No. 12 and No. 14 Dodge Chargers.
  • Shares a birthday with fellow Pro Football Hall of Fame member Eric Dickerson.
  • Ranks 20th on NFL All-Time Yards Lost List (2,694).
  • Ranks 33rd on NFL All-Time Times Sacked List (307).
  • Ranks 22nd on NFL All-Time Touchdown Passes List (212).
  • Ranks 19th on NFL All-Time Passes Intercepted List (210).
  • Ranks 35th on NFL All-Time Gross Yards Passing List (27,989).
  • Ranks 44th on NFL All-Time Pass Completions List (2,025).
  • Ranks 36th on NFL All-Time Passing Attempts List (3,901).
  • Was a member in Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
  • Shares Pittsburgh Steelers record for most passing touchdowns in single game (5).
  • Pittsburgh Steelers all-time leader for Passing Yards in a season(3,724 in 1979) and Passing Touchdowns in a Season (28 in 1978).
  • Pittsburgh Steelers all-time leader in Passing Yards (27,989) and Passing Touchdowns (212).
  • Has two daughters, Erin and Rachel, with his third wife, Charla.
  • During his career as quarterback with the Pittsburgh Steelers, recorded a series of country songs. Only one placed in the top 20 of Billboard magazine’s country singles chart — 1976’s “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” (the remake of the Hank Williams song).
  • Graduated from Louisiana Tech University.
  • Graduated from Woodlawn High School in Shreveport, Louisiana. Other sport stars who graduated from Woodlawn were basketball great Robert Parrish and football great Joe Ferguson. Terry Bradshaw went on to play for Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana and Joe Ferguson went on to play for the University of Arkansas before they went pro.
  • Two time Super Bowl MVP with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1979 and 1980).
  • Inducted into the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in 1989.
  • Former professional football player; played his entire career with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-1983).
  • Born at 11:10am-CDT

Filmography

Actor
Title Year Status Character
Bastards 2017 completed
The League 2009 TV Series Terry Bradshaw
Las Vegas 2008 TV Series Pete Skinner
Relative Chaos 2006 TV Movie Will Gilbert
Failure to Launch 2006 Al
Robots 2005 Broken Arm Bot (voice)
8 Simple Rules 2002 TV Series Steve Smith
Malcolm in the Middle 2002 TV Series Coach Clarence
King of the Hill 2000 TV Series Preston Rogers
Blossom 1994 TV Series Coach Morton
The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. 1994 TV Series Colonel March
The Sinbad Show 1994 TV Series Terry Bradshaw
Hardcastle and McCormick 1985 TV Series
The Cannonball Run 1981 Terry
Stockers 1981 TV Movie J.J. Spangler
Hooper 1978 Sherman
Producer
Title Year Status Character
Walking on Dead Fish 2008 Documentary executive producer
Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2012 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Self
Title Year Status Character
Fox and Friends 2012-2016 TV Series Himself
Better Late Than Never 2016 TV Series Himself
Fox NFL Sunday 1994-2016 TV Series Himself – Co-Host / Himself – Analyst / Himself – Studio Host
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2003-2016 TV Series Himself / Himself – Guest
Garbage Time with Katie Nolan 2016 TV Series Himself
The Friars Club Super Bowl Roast of Terry Bradshaw 2015 TV Movie Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2015 TV Series Himself
The Queen Latifah Show 2014 TV Series Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
Outnumbered 2014 TV Series Himself – NFL Hall-of-Famer
Larry King Now 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Rebels 2014 TV Series Himself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2013-2014 TV Series Himself
Mike & Mike 2013-2014 TV Series Himself – Pro Football Hall of Famer
The 56th Annual Grammy Awards Pepsi Halftime Show 2014 TV Special Himself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1993-2014 TV Series Himself / Himself – Guest
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2003-2013 TV Series Himself
The Duck Dynasty Phenomenon 2013 Short Himself
The Arsenio Hall Show 2013 TV Series Himself – Guest
Good Day L.A. 2013 TV Series Himself
Viewpoints Industry TV 2013 TV Series Himself – Host
A Football Life 2012 TV Series Himself
FOX 25th Anniversary Special 2012 TV Movie Himself
2011 NFL Pro Bowl 2011 TV Special Himself – Announcer
Survivor 2010 TV Series Himself – Audience Member
Cubed 2010 TV Series Himself
The Jay Leno Show 2009-2010 TV Series Himself / Himself – Correspondent
Larry the Cable Guy’s Star-Studded Christmas Extravaganza 2008 TV Special Coop
Walking on Dead Fish 2008 Documentary Narrator
Super Bowl XLII 2008 TV Special Himself
CMT Giants 2007 TV Series Himself – Presenter
NFL Monday Night Football 1970-2007 TV Series Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback / Himself – Quarterback Pittsburgh Steelers 75th Anniversary All Time Team
The States 2007 TV Series documentary Himself (Louisiana)
CMT Greatest Moments: Hank Williams Jr. 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
CMT Insider 2006 TV Series Himself
Pardon the Interruption 2006 TV Series Himself
2005 NFC Championship Game 2006 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst / Trophy Presentation
ESPN 25: Who’s #1? 2005-2006 TV Series documentary Himself
The Simpsons 2005 TV Series Himself
Assembling ‘Robots’: The Magic, the Music, & the Comedy 2005 TV Short documentary Himself
HBO First Look 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Super Bowl XXXIX 2005 TV Special Himself
MADtv 2005 TV Series Himself
The Tony Danza Show 2005 TV Series Himself
The Sharon Osbourne Show 2004 TV Series Himself
The Wayne Brady Show 2004 TV Series Himself
ESPN SportsCentury 2000-2003 TV Series documentary Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 1999-2002 TV Series Himself – Guest / Himself
Inside Schwartz 2001 TV Series Himself
Kristin 2001 TV Series Himself
The Daily Show 2001 TV Series Himself
TNN/CMT Country Weekly Music Awards 2001 TV Special Himself – Host
1998 NFC Championship Game 1999 TV Movie Himself – Studio Analyst / Trophy Presentation
Late Show with David Letterman 1993-1999 TV Series Himself
The Larry Sanders Show 1998 TV Series Himself
1997 NFC Championship Game 1998 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst / Trophy Presentation
Home Team with Terry Bradshaw 1997 TV Series Himself – Host
The Jeff Foxworthy Show 1997 TV Series Himself
1996 NFC Championship Game 1997 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst / Trophy Presentation
Everybody Loves Raymond 1997 TV Series Himself
Married with Children 1995-1996 TV Series Himself
1995 NFC Championship Game 1996 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst / Trophy Presentation
Brotherly Love 1995 TV Series Himself
1994 NFC Championship Game 1995 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst / Trophy Presentation
1996 Clio Awards 1995 TV Special Himself
The Sinbad Show 1994 TV Series Himself
1993 NFC Championship Game 1994 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst
1992 NFC Championship Game 1993 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst
Late Night with David Letterman 1992 TV Series Himself
Evening Shade 1991-1992 TV Series Himself
1991 NFC Championship Game 1992 TV Movie Himself – Studio Analyst
1992 Mobil Cotton Bowl 1992 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
1990 NFC Championship Game 1991 TV Movie Himself – Studio Analyst
Super Bowl XXIV 1990 TV Movie Himself – Studio Analyst / Coin Toss
Greatest Sports Legends 1987 TV Series Himself
Super Bowl XXI 1987 TV Special Himself – Studio Analyst
Kraft Salutes Super Night at the Super Bowl 1987 TV Movie Himself
The NFL on NBC 1971-1983 TV Series Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Kenny Rogers’ America 1980 TV Movie Himself
Nashville on the Road 1980 TV Series Himself – Guest
Smokey and the Bandit II 1980 Himself
Super Bowl XIV 1980 TV Movie Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1979 AFC Championship Game 1980 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
The Mike Douglas Show 1976-1979 TV Series Himself – Pro Football Player / Himself – Football Pro
Super Bowl XIII 1979 TV Movie Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1978 AFC Championship Game 1979 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Black Sunday 1977 Himself (uncredited)
1976 AFC Championship Game 1976 TV Movie Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Hee Haw 1976 TV Series Himself
Dinah! 1976 TV Series Himself
Super Bowl X 1976 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1975 AFC Championship Game 1976 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Super Bowl 1976 TV Movie documentary Himself
The NFL on CBS 1975 TV Series Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Super Bowl IX 1975 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1974 AFC Championship Game 1974 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
The Winners 1973 TV Series documentary
1972 AFC Championship Game 1972 TV Special Himself – Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
A Football Life 2011 TV Series Himself
The Jay Leno Show 2009 TV Series Himself
ESPN SportsCentury 2001 TV Series documentary Himself

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