The Gala

Terry Bradshaw

Terry Bradshaw

Co-host and Analyst, FOX NFL Sunday, and NFL Legend

Terry Bradshaw is a four-time Super Bowl champion and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, award-winning sports broadcaster, and the only NFL player with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Selected first in the 1970 draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bradshaw is a two-time Super Bowl MVP and a four-time All-Pro. He was the first quarterback to win four Super Bowl championships, making him a perfect 4-0 in Super Bowl play. In those four performances, he threw for 932 yards, 9 touchdowns and just three interceptions.

Following his retirement in 1984, Bradshaw joined CBS Sports as an NFL game analyst, before serving as studio analyst on “The NFL Today” for four seasons. He has earned multiple Emmys for his current role as co-host and analyst on America’s most-watched NFL pregame program, “Fox NFL Sunday.”

Bradshaw has appeared in several feature films, including “Failure to Launch,” “Hooper” and “Cannonball Run.” Bradshaw has appeared in numerous television shows including “Better Late Than Never,” and “The Masked Singer.”

Bradshaw’s successful singing career includes four albums, two of which were top-selling gospel records nominated for Dove Awards. His cover of Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” became a Top 10 country hit. Bradshaw brings his signature charm and charisma to the written page in his five acclaimed autobiographies.

Bradshaw spends his time at home with his wife, Tammy, and three daughters, Rachel, Erin and Lacey. In his upcoming comedic docuseries, “The Bradshaw Bunch,” Bradshaw and his family will give viewers a peek into country living on their Oklahoma ranch.