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Louisiana
Charlotte HopkinsJoJo StarbuckMelissa Babish
Craig Bradshaw
Terry Paxton Bradshaw
Erin BradshawRachel Bradshaw
Louisiana Tech UniversityWoodlawn High School
Shreveport
191
Male
Bill Bradshaw
Novis Bradshaw
$15 Million as of Sep 19,2016
Virgo
Shreveport
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Who is Terry Bradshaw?

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The charismatic and energetic Terry Bradshaw is best known for his incredible and extraordinary performances in the world of American football. Not just football, he showed exemplary performance in academics and athletics as well. Beginning his selection in the Pittsburgh Steelers right after college, he brought fame and glory to his team, winning four Super Bowl championships. With this, his journey of accomplishing his dream of making it big at the football field began which saw a stupendous growth and soon he was among the most exceptional quarterback players in America. His talent and on-the-field leadership qualities won him accolades and appreciation through several sports awards. Despite injuring himself on the field and retiring at a young age, he managed to keep himself engaged with the sport as a host and analyst on television sport shows. His high rated programs proved his stint as a renowned TV personality. He has also shown his abilities in singing, writing and acting, by recording a few albums, penning many books and appearing on the silver screen in a handful of movies.

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Terry Bradshaw Childhood & Early Life

Terry Paxton Bradshaw was born on September 2, 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana, as the second of three kids, to US Navy man, William Bill Marvin Bradshaw and Novis Bradshaw.

He went to Woodlawn High School, where his dream of becoming a professional football player began. He also excelled in academics, track and field sports.

He led his team to the state championship and made a national record in javelin throw, after which he entered Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, on full scholarship and dedicated most of his time focusing on football.

His hard work and enthusiasm for the game made him the nation’s most sought-after college football player, leading his team to several wins.

Even though his performance slowed down in his senior years, but he managed to get selected in the Pennsylvania’s Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970 NFL Draft.

Terry Bradshaw Career

Adjusting at the professional level took him a few seasons, after which he brought his team the first Super Bowl Championship, in 1974, against Minnesota Vikings. This was repeated again in 1975, defeating Dallas Cowboys.

He had to give four games a miss after he suffered neck and wrist injuries in 1976, but he returned back to help the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat Baltimore Colts.

He led his team defeating Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams in 1978 and 1979, respectively.

Despite an elbow injury sustained during a training camp, he managed to play in the 1982 NFL season, but had to quit midway due to elbow injury.

During his game against the New York Jets, the pain in his elbow recurred causing permanent damage. As a result, he had to quit and retire in 1984.

Soon after his retirement, he signed a deal with CBS in 1984 as a football broadcasting analyst, where most of his programs were high rated in America.

His stint with television proved successful, with a mouth-watering contract with Fox Sports, in 1990, as an in-studio analyst and co-host for Fox NFL Sunday, adding a comic touch to engage with the viewers and general media.

He has authored and co-authored five books, including his autobiography Terry Bradshaw: Man of Steel, apart from forming FitzBradshaw Racing, in partnership with HighLine Performance Group, which was listed on the NASCAR in 2001.

He released six country, gospel and Christmas music albums during his football career, though only his country single I’m So Lonesome I Could Try (1976) managed to reach Billboard’s Top 20 chart.

In 2004, he debuted on the television with the Radio Shack advertisement, followed by NutriSystem in 2012.

He has been a part of various television programs making special appearances, some being Everybody Loves Raymond, Married… with Children, Malcolm in the Middle, and The League.

He made cameo appearances on the silver screen with Hooper (1978), Smokey and the Bandit II (1980), The Cannonball Run (1981), The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1994), and Failure to Launch (2006).

In 2010, he started hosting shows for United States Media Television and currently presents ‘Today in America with Terry Bradshaw’, which deals with current trends in both lifestyles and business.

Terry Bradshaw Awards & Achievements

He was awarded the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player in 1978 and 1979, for his tremendous performance on field.

In 1979, his exemplary performance was honored with the Sportsman of the Year, shared with Willie Stargell, a player from the Pittsburgh Pirates.

In 1983, he retired as the first four-time Super Bowl Champion, an achievement which was later replicated only by Joe Montana.

In 1989, he was included in the Pro Football Hall of Fame of National Football League (NFL).

He was included in the list of 100 Greatest Football Players at number 44 by The Sporting News, in 1999.

In 2001, he became the first and only NFL football player to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

He ranked number one among the former pro football players in the list of Davie-Brown Index (DBI) in 2007, based on consumers’ review about certain attributes of different celebrities.

With his remarkable performance, he led the Pittsburgh Steelers to Super Bowl victory on four occasions, in 1974, 1975, 1978 and 1979.

Terry Bradshaw Personal Life & Legacy

He married Miss Teenage America, Melissa Babish in 1972, whom he divorced in 1974.

In 1976, he married Jojo Starbuck, an international ice skater, popular for introducing ramen to Americans and known as the face of the Cup of Noodles. However, the marriage didn’t last long and ended with a divorce in 1983.

His third marriage to family attorney Charla Hopkins in 1983 resulted in two offsprings – daughters Rachel and Erin. The relationship ended in 1999.

He married his long-time girlfriend Tammy in 2014.

Terry Bradshaw Trivia

His jersey No. 12, which he held in the Pittsburgh Steelers, has not been reissued to any player, post his retirement.

This legendary football quarterback used to experience anxiety attacks after his matches and was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), a condition for which he takes antidepressant pills.

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Terry Bradshaw biography timelines

  • Terry Paxton Bradshaw was born on September 2, 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana, as the second of three kids, to US Navy man, William Bill Marvin Bradshaw and Novis Bradshaw.
    2nd Sep 1948
  • Even though his performance slowed down in his senior years, but he managed to get selected in the Pennsylvania’s Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970 NFL Draft.
    1970
  • He married Miss Teenage America, Melissa Babish in 1972, whom he divorced in 1974.
    1972 To 1974
  • Adjusting at the professional level took him a few seasons, after which he brought his team the first Super Bowl Championship, in 1974, against Minnesota Vikings. This was repeated again in 1975, defeating Dallas Cowboys.
    1974 To 1975
  • He had to give four games a miss after he suffered neck and wrist injuries in 1976, but he returned back to help the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat Baltimore Colts.
    1976
  • He released six country, gospel and Christmas music albums during his football career, though only his country single I’m So Lonesome I Could Try (1976) managed to reach Billboard’s Top 20 chart.
    1976
  • In 1976, he married Jojo Starbuck, an international ice skater, popular for introducing ramen to Americans and known as the face of the Cup of Noodles. However, the marriage didn’t last long and ended with a divorce in 1983.
    1976 To 1983
  • He led his team defeating Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams in 1978 and 1979, respectively.
    1978 To 1979
  • He was awarded the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player in 1978 and 1979, for his tremendous performance on field.
    1978 To 1979
  • In 1979, his exemplary performance was honored with the Sportsman of the Year, shared with Willie Stargell, a player from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
    1979
  • Despite an elbow injury sustained during a training camp, he managed to play in the 1982 NFL season, but had to quit midway due to elbow injury.
    1982
  • In 1983, he retired as the first four-time Super Bowl Champion, an achievement which was later replicated only by Joe Montana.
    1983
  • His third marriage to family attorney Charla Hopkins in 1983 resulted in two offsprings – daughters Rachel and Erin. The relationship ended in 1999.
    1983 To 1999
  • During his game against the New York Jets, the pain in his elbow recurred causing permanent damage. As a result, he had to quit and retire in 1984.
    1984
  • Soon after his retirement, he signed a deal with CBS in 1984 as a football broadcasting analyst, where most of his programs were high rated in America.
    1984
  • In 1989, he was included in the Pro Football Hall of Fame of National Football League (NFL).
    1989
  • His stint with television proved successful, with a mouth-watering contract with Fox Sports, in 1990, as an in-studio analyst and co-host for Fox NFL Sunday, adding a comic touch to engage with the viewers and general media.
    1990
  • He was included in the list of 100 Greatest Football Players at number 44 by The Sporting News, in 1999.
    1999
  • He has authored and co-authored five books, including his autobiography Terry Bradshaw: Man of Steel, apart from forming FitzBradshaw Racing, in partnership with HighLine Performance Group, which was listed on the NASCAR in 2001.
    2001
  • In 2001, he became the first and only NFL football player to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
    2001
  • In 2004, he debuted on the television with the Radio Shack advertisement, followed by NutriSystem in 2012.
    2004 To 2012
  • He ranked number one among the former pro football players in the list of Davie-Brown Index (DBI) in 2007, based on consumers’ review about certain attributes of different celebrities.
    2007
  • In 2010, he started hosting shows for United States Media Television and currently presents ‘Today in America with Terry Bradshaw’, which deals with current trends in both lifestyles and business.
    2010
  • He married his long-time girlfriend Tammy in 2014.
    2014
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Frequently asked questions about Terry Bradshaw

  • What is Terry Bradshaw birthday?

    Terry Bradshaw was born at September 2, 1948

  • Where is Terry Bradshaw's birth place?

    Terry Bradshaw was born in Shreveport

  • What is Terry Bradshaw nationalities?

    Terry Bradshaw's nationalities is American

  • Who is Terry Bradshaw spouses?

    Terry Bradshaw's spouses is Charlotte Hopkins, JoJo Starbuck, Melissa Babish

  • Who is Terry Bradshaw siblings?

    Terry Bradshaw's siblings is Craig Bradshaw

  • Who is Terry Bradshaw childrens?

    Terry Bradshaw's childrens is Erin Bradshaw, Rachel Bradshaw

  • What was Terry Bradshaw universities?

    Terry Bradshaw studied at Louisiana Tech University, Woodlawn High School university

  • How tall is Terry Bradshaw?

    Terry Bradshaw's height is 191

  • Who is Terry Bradshaw's father?

    Terry Bradshaw's father is Bill Bradshaw

  • Who is Terry Bradshaw's mother?

    Terry Bradshaw's mother is Novis Bradshaw

  • What is Terry Bradshaw's sun sign?

    Terry Bradshaw is Virgo