A four-time Super Bowl champion, Bradshaw has also found success in his life after retiring as a football player, suiting up in the studio as a host of Fox NFL Sunday.
Bradshaw made a fortune from his career in football, and continues to rake in the big bucks in retirement from his work as a media personality.
So, just how how much money has the "Blonde Bomber" earned throughout his career?
"We wouldn't have won those four Super Bowls without Bradshaw."
Terry Bradshaw stepped up for the @steelers on the way to their first Lombardi ?
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) September 10, 2019
A graduate of Woodlawn High School in Shreveport, LA, and subsequently a college football star at Louisiana Tech University, Terry Bradshaw was the first-overall pick in the 1970 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It took a while for Bradshaw to adjust to professional football, but when he hit his stride, he hit it hard. The American football quarterback led the Steelers to eight AFC Central championships and four Super Bowl titles, including two Super Bowl wins against the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl X and Super Bowl XIII.
Throughout his football career, Bradshaw posted a record of 107-51 in games he started. He threw 212 touchdown passes to 210 interceptions.
Broadcasting and Television Career
Following his 14-year career as an NFL player, Terry Paxton Bradshaw stepped into the booth for CBS as an NFL analyst. He joined Fox NFL Sunday as a co-host in 1994, where he still works today.
Bradshaw has been featured on various television commercials and shows, as well as movies.
The 72-year-old has made cameo appearances on TV shows such as "Everybody Loves Raymond", "Malcolm in the Middle", "The League", "Married With Children", "Modern Family", and "The Masked Singer", starred on the reality show "Better Late Than Never" and appeared in movies such as "The Cannonball Run" and "Failure to Launch."
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The Hall of Famer has been married four times in his life. His first marriage was to ex-wife Melissa Babish, who was crowned Miss Teen America in 1969. They were married from 1972-73 before splitting up.
After his divorce from Starbuck, Bradshaw wound up marrying again in 1983, this time to family attorney Charla Hopkins, whose full name is Charlotte Hopkins. The pair had two children together, daughters Rachel Bradshaw and Erin Bradshaw, but divorced in 1999.
The former American football player married his fourth wife, Tammy Bradshaw, in 2014 after the couple dated for 15 years. The pair live in Oklahoma and own a ranch in Texas.
The NFL broadcaster has two brothers, Gary and Craig Bradshaw.
Terry Bradshaw's Net Worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Terry Bradshaw boasts an estimated net worth of approximately $45 million from his time as a professional football player and a sports analyst.
He's also made significant money through real estate, and has been trying to add to his fortune via the sale of his Oklahoma home. Bradshaw has also boosted his bank account through endorsement deals with companies such as Tide and Nutrisystem.
Bradshaw will forever be remembered as one of the great quarterbacks in National Football League history and has had quite the career as a game analyst, too.
His loaded wallet says all you need to know about the highs of his success.
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