Terry Bradshaw net worth and salary: Terry Bradshaw is a former American professional football player and TV analyst who has a net worth of $15 million. Terry Bradshaw is probably most famous for being a quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League (NFL) and as a Fox NFL Sunday co-host. As a quarterback for the Steelers he won four Super Bowl titles in a 6 year span, he was the first quarterback do accomplish this feat. Bradshaw also led the Steelers to the AFC Central championships eight times. In 1989 he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His physical skills, powerful arm, and leadership abilities on the field played a major part in the Steelers' success. Bradshaw was a tough competitor passing more than 300 yards in a game only seven times, three during post season, and two of those were during Super Bowls. During the four super bowl games of his career he passed a total of 932 yards, and completed 9 touchdowns, both of these accomplishments remained Super Bowl records at the time of his retirement. He was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, on September 2, 1948. Terry led the Knights football team of Woodlawn High School where he attended to the AAA High School championship game in 1965. However the Knights lost the game to the Sulphur Tors 12-9. He attended Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana where he was member of the fraternity known as the Tau Kappa Epsilon. He was also a very active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and was a spokesman at many banquets and events.
Terry Bradshaw Salary
What is Terry Bradshaw's annual salary? $2 million
He has been married and divorced three times, and he has two daughters Rachel and Erin from his third wife, Charlotte Hopkins. After he retired from the NFL, Bradshaw revealed that he often suffered anxiety attacks after football games, he was also diagnosed with clinical depression. As an actor he appeared in numerous television commercials for companies like Radio Shack. He also had appearances on popular sitcoms such as Everybody Loves Raymond, Married with Children, and The League. Bradshaw has acted in several major motion pictures like Hooper in 1978 co-starring with Burt Reynolds in Cannonball Run, and Smokey and the Bandit II. In 1997 he hosted a short lived television series called Home Team with Terry Bradshaw. He was the first and only NFL player to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Bradshaw received his star on October 11, 2001. Terry is a devout Christian wrote a book titled Terry Bradshaw: Man of Steel. He has also written or co-written 4 other books and recorded 6 albums of country/western and gospel music.