The charismatic and energetic Terry Bradshaw is known for his outstanding performance in American football. Not only in soccer but he also performed well in academics and athletics. Immediately after graduating from college, he began the draft of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who brought fame and honor to the team and won four Super Bowl titles. From this, he realized that he began the journey of making his dream come true on the soccer field, and he achieved an amazing development, and soon became one of the most outstanding quarterback players in the United States.
His talent and leadership on site have won multiple sports awards and earned his praise and admiration. Although he was injured on the court and retired when he was young, he was also a presenter and analyst for television sports programs, staying involved in the sport. His high ratings show that he is well known in the television industry. He also showed his singing, writing and acting skills by recording a few albums, writing many books, and appearing on screen in a few movies.
Terry Paxton Bradshaw
Former NFL Star
Date of Birth:-
September 2nd 1948
- It took him several seasons to adjust to the professional level, after which he achieved the team’s first Super Bowl championship with the Minnesota Vikings in 1974. This happened again when they defeated the Dallas Cowboys in 1975.
- In 1976, he had to miss four games after a neck and wrist injury, but returned to help the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Baltimore Colts.
- He led the team to defeat the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams in 1978 and 1979, respectively.
- Despite an elbow injury in training camp, he still participated in the 1982 NFL season but had to withdraw midway through due to an elbow injury.
- In the game against the New York Jets, the pain in his elbow reappeared and caused permanent damage. As a result, he had to resign and retire in 1984.
- Shortly after retiring, he signed with CBS in 1984 as a soccer broadcast analyst, and most of his shows are highly rated in the United States.
- His television work was successful and in 1990 he signed a coveted contract with Fox Sports as an internal analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday, adding a comedic edge to the audience and the general media.
- He has co-authored five books with others, including his autobiography Terry Bradshaw: “Iron Man,” in addition to establishing FitzBradshaw Racing in collaboration with HighLine Performance Group listed in NASCAR in 2001.
- During his football career, he released six country, gospel and Christmas music albums, although only the country single “I’m So Alone, I Can Try” (1976) made it to the top 20 on Billboard.
- In 2004, he made his television debut through a Radio Shack commercial and then launched NutriSystem in 2012.
- He has been a part of several television shows that have made guest appearances, including “Everyone Loves Raymond,” “Marriage with Children,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” and “Union.”
- He has guest appearances on screen, including Hooper (1978), Smokey and Robber II (1980), Cannonball Escape (1981), The Adventures of Little Briscoe County (1994), and Failure To Launch (2006).
- In 1978 and 1979, he was awarded the “Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl” for his outstanding performance on the court.
- In 1979, his outstanding performance won the Athlete of the Year award, which he shared with Pittsburgh Pirates player Willie Stargell.
- In 1983, he retired as the first four-time Super Bowl champion, an achievement later only copied by Joe Montana.
- In 1989, he was inducted into the Professional Soccer Hall of Fame of the National Football League (NFL).
- In 1999, he was included in the list of the 100 best soccer players by Sports News and ranked 44th.
- In 2001, he became the first and only NFL football player to earn a red star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
- Based on consumer feedback on certain attributes of different celebrities, he ranked first among former professional soccer players on the 2007 David Brown Index (DBI) list.
- With an outstanding performance, he led the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Super Bowl four times in 1974, 1975, 1978 and 1979.
- After retiring, the No. 12 jersey he owned for the Pittsburgh Steelers was not released to any player.
- The legendary football quarterback experienced an anxiety attack after a game and was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and needed to take antidepressants.
Terry Bradshaw is a legend of the American football and with his long career in the sport, he amassed a substantial net worth. Also, after retirement from the sport, he took on the job of a TV sports analyst. From both these careers, Terry Bradshaw has now managed to make a net worth of about 25 million dollars.
He has one sibling whose name is Craig Bradshaw.
He has 2 children; their names are as follows.
- Erin Bradshaw
- Rachel Bradshaw
Relationships & Affairs:-
- He married American teenager Miss Melissa Babish in 1972 and they divorced in 1974.
- In 1976, she married Jojo Starbuck, an international skater who was popular for introducing ramen to Americans and was known as the face of the “noodle cup.” However, this marriage did not last long and ended in divorce in 1983.
- His third marriage to family attorney Charla Hopkins in 1983 gave birth to two daughters, Rachel and Erin. The relationship ended in 1999.
- He married his longtime girlfriend Tammy in 2014.