Joe Theismann Net Worth
Joe Theismann Net Worth 2019 – Joseph Robert Theismann is a former professional gridiron football player, sports commentator, corporate speaker and restaurateur. He played quarterback in the National Football League and Canadian Football League.
In 2009, Joe Theismann Net Worth 2019 is $8 Million. He has three children from his first marriage to Shari Brown. Star quarterback who led the Washington Redskins to victory in Super Bowl XVII. He was a 2-time Pro Bowl selection and was named NFL MVP in 1983.
Joe Theismann Net Worth 2019 is $8 Million
- First Name: Joseph
- Middle Name: Robert
- Last Name: Theismann
- Full Name: Joseph Robert Theismann
- Alternative Name: The Squirmin’ German
- Age: 68 years
- Birthday: 9th September, 1949
- Birthplace: New Brunswick, NJ
- Height: 6′ 0″ (183 cm)
- Weight: 192lbs (87 kg)
- Build: Athletic
- Eye C: Blue
- Hair C: Brown – Dark
- Zodiac Sign: Virgo
- Sexuality: Straight
- Religion: Christian
- Ethnicity: White
- Nationality: American
- High School: South River High School in South River, New Jersey
- University: Notre Dame
- Profession: Football Player, TV Host, Restaurant Owner
- Profession: Football (American)
- American Football Position: Quarterback
- Draft: Drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the 4th round (99th overall) of the 1971 NFL Draft.
- Claim to Fame: Won Super Bowl XVII
- Talent Agency: JRT Associates Inc.
- Brand Endorsement: TV commercial for Conseco Direct Life (1999), TV commercial for RaGu (2004, Print ads for Just For Men shampoo-in hair C (2000)., Longtime spokesman for Colonial Penn Life Insurance, Print ads for Luxury Bath Systems bathroom re-modelers (2007)., Prints ads for the Canon AE-1 SLR camera and Canon FD lenses (1982-83)., (2011) TV commercial for “Super Beta Prostate” prostate supplement.
- Websites: www.nndb.com/people/011/000024936/, www.joetheismann.com/Joe_Theismann/Home.html
He was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame after setting Notre Dame school records for passing yards and touchdowns in a season. Like him, Paul Hornung was another Notre Dame quarterback enshrined in the NFL Hall of Fame.
He was drafted in the 39th round of the 1971 Major League Baseball draft.