How rich is Jim Brown?


How rich is Jim Brown?

Jim Brown Net Worth:
$50 Million

Jim Brown Net Worth:

Jim brown is frequently referred as the finest American football player in the NFL history. He retired in the football career at the early age of 30 to concentrate on his performing career. After playing American football for just nine years, he managed to establish records that would take a life time to reach. He starred in range of movies and the pictures the dirty dozen and I’m Gonna Git You Sucka were the most memorable of his performing career. Jim attended Manhasset secondary school. Besides football, he held extraordinary records in basketball, Lacrosse, track and baseball during his high school years. Jim attended Syracuse University in 1954. During his junior years, he ran for a total of 666 yards. He went on to set many school records. To this day he holds the record for greatest rush average in a season and many rushing touchdowns (6) in one match. Brown bid adieu to his school career with 132 rushing yards, 3 touchdowns and 3 extra points in his last match to play in the NFL. During his school years, Jim continued his successful narrative as the multisport athlete. He was the second top scorer for his basketball team. He was comprised into the school hall of fame for his contributions. Brown was picked in the first round by the Cleveland Browns of the 1957 NFL draft. In just a junk of 9 years, Brown establish the record for most career rushing, total touchdowns, all-purpose yards and rushing touchdowns. During his career, Browns team won the NFL championship of 1964 and were one step behind to win the tournaments of 1957 and 1965. Jim Browns profession is what every American football player dreams of. After playing for nine seasons, brownish declared his shocking retirement in July 1966. At the time he was just 30 years old. After declaring his retirement in the football world, Brown embarked on a journey to pursue performing career. Many anticipated he would eventually return to the match but Brown kept his promise and starred in more than 30 films. Jim browns life was marred by the accusations of assault. In 1968, Jim was accused of throwing his then girlfriend from another storey balcony. He was sentenced to half a year in jail for not attending counselling in 2002. The couples have three kids Kim, Kevin and James Jr. The couples divorced in 1972. In 1988 Brown began Amer-I-Can Plan to help the youthful gang members to attain safe and better future.

Birth date: February 17, 1936
Birth place: St. Simons, Georgia, United States
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:231 lbs (105 kg)
Profession: American football player, Actor, Athlete, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Education: Syracuse University, Manhasset Secondary School
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Monique Brown (m. 1997), Sue Brown (m. 1959–1972)
Parents: Swinton Brown, Theresa Brown
Awards: National Football League Most Valuable Player Award, All-Pro, National Football League Rookie of the Year Award, College Football All-America Team, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture, SI's All-time College All-Stars, AP Most Valuable Player
Music groups: The J.B.'s, The Famous Flames, Sennen, It's A Man's Man's Man's World, I Got You, Living in America
Nominations: Heisman Trophy, MTV Movie Award for Best Fight
Movies: 100 Rifles, The Dirty Dozen, Three the Hard Way, Rio Conchos, Ice Station Zebra, Take a Hard Ride, I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, Any Given Sunday, Mars Attacks!, Original Gangstas, Jim Brown: All-American, The Running Man, Slaughter's Big Rip-Off, Dark of the Sun, The Condor, The Slams, The Split, Black Gunn, She Hate Me, He Got Game, ...tick...tick...tick..., Small Soldiers, One Down, Two To Go, Twisted Justice, The Grasshopper, Kid Vengeance, Slaughter, Crack House, I Escaped from Devil's Island, L.A. Heat, Killing American style, New Jersey Turnpikes, Kenner, The Black Candle, Riot, Fingers, Animal, Warlords of Atlantis, On the Edge, Dream Street, Black Hollywood: Blaxploitation and Advancing an Independent Black Cinema, Superbug Rides Again, A Vision Shared: A Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly, American Roots Music, Harry Belafonte: An Evening With Harry Belafonte & Friends, Mary Chapin Carpenter: Jubilee: Live at Wolf Trap
TV shows: Hammer, Slammer, & Slade
Source: Wikipedia

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