Who is Tammy Bradshaw?
Tammy Bradshaw was born as Tameria Alice in the USA, on 5 October 1961 – her zodiac sign is Libra and she holds American nationality. She is a social media and TV personality, but who might be known best as the wife of Terry Bradshaw, a retired professional American Football player.
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Childhood and education
Tammy was raised an only child in the US by her father who was the owner of a small car dealership, and her mother who worked at the dealership.
Tammy started dreaming about becoming a famous model while attending elementary school, as she watched beautiful women act and sing on TV, and also read her mother’s girly magazines.
She attended a local high school at which she was sporting, as she played soccer and tennis and was also a cheerleader. Upon matriculating in 1979, Tammy decided not to enroll at a college but to pursue her dream of becoming a famous model.
Tammy is a former model, social media star and a TV personality, who made her debut appearance in the 2019 episode “Terry Bradshaw” of the documentary biographical sport series “A Football Life”, which is about the lives of some of the most popular players in the history of the National Football League (NFL).
In 2020, she appeared in a single episode of the news talk-show “Today”, and in the same year starred alongside her family in 10 episodes of the documentary reality TV series “The Bradshaw Bunch”, which follows the lives of the Bradshaw family. Most recently, Tammy has appeared in two episodes of the news talk-show “Entertainment Tonight”.
Love life and marriage with Terry
Tammy met Terry Bradshaw in 1999 on a TV show, not long after she divorced her first husband David Lutrall, and they dated for around 15 years before marrying in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family on 8 July 2014 – Tammy already had a daughter from her previous marriage named Lacey, whom Terry accepted as his own.
Terry was married thrice before Tammy, firstly to Miss Teenage America Melissa Babish in 1972, but they divorced a year later. In 1976 he married American figure skater Alicia ‘JoJo’ Starbuck, but they divorced after around seven years of being together. Shortly afterwards, in 1983 Terry exchanged vows with Charla Hopkins, a family lawyer, and she gave birth to their two daughters Rachel and Erin – Erin graduated from the University of North Texas, while Rachel graduated from Belmont University and launched her acting career with her appearance in the series “Nashville” in 2007. Terry and Charla divorced in 1999.
As of November 2020, Tammy is married to her second husband Terry Bradshaw, and they have one biological daughter.
Hobbies and other interests
One of Tammy’s main hobbies is volunteering and being a philanthropist, and she’s donated money to various charity organizations and foundations, including Chris Long’s Waterboys Initiative which aims to provide drinkable water to African areas hit by the drought – she and Terry have built wells around Africa. They also donated money to the 2018 AQHA Lucas Oil World Championship Show, and Tammy has volunteered with Opioid Solution and No Kid Hungry Charity too.
She is keen on travelling, and has been to nearly every US state, as well as to many European and African countries.
She likes to read books in her spare time – her favorite genre is romance, while she also enjoys watching romantic movies starring her favorite actor and actress Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, such as “Sleepless in Seattle”, “Notting Hill” and “The Runaway Bride”.
Age, net worth and height
Tammy’s age is 59. She has long blonde hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 135lbs (61kgs). As of November 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $1 million, while Terry’s net worth is reputedly over $25 million.
Who is Terry Bradshaw?
Terry Paxton Bradshaw was born in Shreveport, Louisiana USA, on 2 September 1948 – his zodiac sign is Virgo and he holds American nationality. Since his retirement from playing football, he has been working as a sports analyst, and has been co-hosting the sports show “Fox NFL Sunday”.
Terry was raised alongside his two brothers, Gary and Craig, by their mother Novis who was a housewife, and their father William Marvin ‘Bill’ Bradshaw who was a US Navy veteran, Vice President of the Riley Beaird Company, as well as a Southern Baptist layman.
Terry had already decided that he wanted to become a football player while he was still attending elementary school, and he went on to play for the Woodlawn High School team while studying there. He was also interested in various other sports, including throwing the javelin – he set a record throw of 245ft (74.68m) thus becoming featured in the magazine “Sports Illustrated”.
After matriculating in 1966, Terry enrolled at Louisiana Tech University, and played for the university’s team, and in 1969 he was rated the best college Football Player in the USA. After graduating in 1970, he was rewarded the Golden Plate Award, and was subsequently inducted into the Louisiana Tech Half of Fame.
Terry launched his professional career after being drafted in 1970 by the Pittsburgh Steelers as the first overall pick, and he played with them for the following 13 years, He ‘felt a pop in his elbow’ during a game on 10 December 1983, and then retired from football. He immediately signed a contract with the CBS network, becoming a sports analyst, and in 1990 he became a studio analyst in the show “The NFL Today”. He is today hosting two shows “Ten Yards with TB” and “The Terry Awards”.
Terry has also worked several jobs not related to football. He was a used car salesman early on in his career, and in the beginning of the ‘80s sold peanut butter with his picture on it.
He is a writer who has published five books, and is also a singer who has released six albums of gospel and country music – Terry’s most popular song “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” found its way onto the Billboard Top 20 Country Chart, as well as to #91 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
He is also an actor, having appeared in around 20 movies and TV series, while his most notable performances were in movies “The Cannonball Run” in 1981, and “Failure to Launch” in 2006 – he also voiced a character in the animated film “Robots” in 2005.
Terry has won three Emmy Awards for Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst, a TV Guide Award for Favorite Sportscaster, and also has his own star on The Walk of Fame since 11 October 2001.
After he stopped playing football, Terry suffered from anxiety attacks, often cried and lost a lot of weight, and was eventually diagnosed with clinical depression – since then, he has been taking the drug Paxil, apparently with no side effects, and without negative effect on his family.