Dan Pastorini Net Worth

Whether you are a fan of the NFL, or a race fan, you will likely recognize the name Dan Pastorini. The former NFL quarterback played for the Houston Oilers and the Los Angeles Rams. He is a well-known figure in the world of sports, and his net worth is estimated at $10 million.

Pastorini’s career began in 1971, and he was drafted third overall by the Houston Oilers in the NFL Draft. He also had a successful career as a race car driver. He won several races in the Top Fuel Dragster class on the NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series. He was also a participant in the East-West Shrine Game. His wife was June Wilkinson, who was a model for the Playboy magazine. He divorced her in 1982.

After retiring from the NFL, Pastorini pursued a career in drag-car racing, and his skills were used for competition. In 2011, he authored a book titled Taking Flak: My Life in the Fast Lane. He also spoke at college commencement ceremonies and charity events.

During his career, Pastorini led the Oilers to playoff wins against Miami Dolphins and the AFC East division champion New England Patriots. He was named to the AFC Pro Bowl Team in 1975. He also served as an expert bowl selection. His best season came in 1978, when he threw for 2,473 yards and 16 touchdowns. During that year, the Oilers hired Joe Bugel as an offensive line coach.

Pastorini was also a member of the Oakland Raiders’ Super Bowl XV team. In the Rose Bowl, the Oakland Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings by 32-14. The team was coached by John Stabler, who was surrounded by a lot of talented players. In addition, Stabler retired in October 1984, after guiding the Raiders to their Super Bowl victory in 1979.

After his stint with the Oakland Raiders, Pastorini signed with the Los Angeles Rams. He played for them in 1981. He was a starter, but missed five regular season games. He was not a reliable quarterback, and he only made one Pro Bowl appearance.

In 1980, he was traded to the Oakland Raiders by Bud Adams. In his second year with the Raiders, he led the team to the Super Bowl. His most memorable play was when he punched the opposing team’s quarterback in the face during a scrimmage. Afterwards, the quarterback was charged with driving while intoxicated. In the end, the offense was wiped out, but the victory went to the Raiders.

In addition to his acting and race car racing, Pastorini has been an actor and is a member of the Voyagers, a gladiator-themed TV series. He also co-starred with Lee Majors in the movie Killer Fish. He also posed for a December 1980 photo-spread in “Playgirl.” His role was small, but his portrayal of a fast-living, “playgirl” gained him an image as a sexy, “action” star.

Dan Pastorini was born in Sonora, California, USA on May 26, 1949. He was raised in that city. He attended Bellarmine College Prep and the University of Santa Clara. He also played soccer and baseball for the college.