Brian Bosworth is an American footballer, sports commentator, and actor who has made a name for himself in both sports and film. As a football player, he rose to great heights.
Wiki, Bio, Family, Siblings, Childhood & Education
Brian Bosworth was born in Oklahoma City on March 9, 1965. Foster and Kathy Bosworth raised him as their third child. He has two younger sisters. His mother claimed that as a child, he did the opposite of what was expected of him. In his later years, he didn’t change much. In 1993, he married Katherine Nicastro and they had three children.
Brian Bosworth’s Age, Height, Weight, and Body Dimensions
Brian Bosworth was born on March 9, 1965, and will be 57 years old on June 26, 2022. His height is 1.88 meters and his weight is 112 kilograms.
Brian Bosworth’s Profession & Career
Brian Bosworth began his career as a college football player for the University of Oklahoma from 1984 to 1986. He rose to prominence not only through his playing but also through his ability to stir up controversy and make controversial remarks about the National Collegiate Football Association, or NCCA.
He was barred from playing because of a positive steroid test, which he claimed he took due to injuries. As the nation’s top college linebacker, he received two Butkus Awards. He excelled academically and graduated a year early.
He was drafted by the Tacoma Stars of the major indoor soccer league in 1987. He was later selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL supplemental draft. In his rookie season, he appeared in 12 games, playing well for the most part but becoming more known for his outspoken personality and appearance.
He suffered a shoulder injury in 1988, effectively ending his football career. Following that, he pursued a career as an actor. In 1991, he appeared in the action film ‘Stone Cold,’ the drama ‘The Longest Yard,’ and the television series ‘Lawless.’
He joined the XFL as a colour commentator for its TV broadcasts in 2001. He joined Turner Sports as a football studio analyst in 2003. He appeared as a dining guest in Hell’s Kitchen’s first episode of the 2010 season.
Achievements and awards:
Brian Bosworth was ranked 30th on College Football News’ list of the 100 greatest college players of all time. Brian Bosworth was the first two Butkus Award winners as the nation’s top college linebacker. He is the only player to have won this award twice. He was nominated for a Razzie Award in 1992 for the film ‘Stone Cold’ (1991)-worst new star.
In 2005, Brian Bosworth was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for the film Longest Yard.’ Brian Bosworth was announced as a member of the 2015 College Football Hall of Fame class 2015.
Brian Bosworth’s Salary and Net Worth
Brian Bosworth’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million as of June 2022. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks for 11 million dollars on a 10-year contract, but his career was cut short after two seasons due to a shoulder injury.
Brian Bosworth received a $7 million insurance settlement for his shoulder injury in 1993.
His appearances on television, in films, and in commercials increased his net worth. He also made a living as a sports commentator. His earnings from the film “Stone Cold” totalled $5 million dollars. He also works as a real estate agent in Malibu.
Brian Bosworth is a true sportsman. He performed admirably in both college and the NFL, but due to a shoulder injury, he was unable to continue his football career. Undaunted by the setback, he continued his acting career as a sports commentator, where he did equally well.
|Celebrated Name||Brian Bosworth|
|Real Name/Full Name||Brian Keith Bosworth|
|Age||57 years old|
|Birth Date||9 March 1965|
|Birth Place||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name)||Morgan Leslie Heuman (m. 2012), Katherine Nicastro (m. 1993–2006)|
|Children||Yes (Max Bosworth, Hayley Bosworth, Chase Bosworth)|
|Profession||American actor and former professional football player|
|Net Worth in 2022||$5 million|