Having played for a dozen seasons in the NFL, Joe Theisman’s net worth has climbed to a substantial figure. He has appeared in numerous television programs and has worked as a sports commentator, restaurant owner and public speaker. His career has earned him a net worth of about $8 million.
Joe Theisman was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He attended South River High School and enrolled at the University of Notre Dame. In his sophomore year, he became the starting quarterback for the Fighting Irish. He set numerous school records in passing yards and touchdowns. He was also named the NFL Offensive Player of the Year in 1983.
Joe Theisman went on to play with the Washington Redskins for 12 seasons. His team won the Super Bowl in 1982, and he was named the NFL MVP in 1983. He also led the team to consecutive Cotton Bowls. He was a two-time All-Pro pick and a two-time Pro Bowl selection. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003. He has also appeared in many films, including B.J. and the Bear, Cannonball Run II, Love on the Sidelines and Necessary Roughness.
Joe Theisman is also a radio and TV commentator. He has provided commentary for various events, including the Super Bowl, and has also been an analyst for Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network. He has also written a book about his football experience, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Understanding Football Like a Pro”. He is an author, columnist and public speaker. He also has a restaurant, Theismann’s Restaurant and Bar, in Alexandria, Virginia. He lives in Tennessee and Virginia with his wife, Robin Smith. Joe Theismann has three children from previous marriages.
Joe Theisman first married Shari Brown in 1970. Shari and Joe divorced in 1984. In 1985, Joe Theisman was diagnosed with a severe leg injury. His leg fractured, causing complex fractures on his right tibia and fibula. After a few months, Joe and Shari separated, and Joe and Cathy Lee Crosby began a relationship. In 1991, Crosby filed a lawsuit against Joe for $4.5 million. However, a settlement was reached in the suit, and Joe Caruso was ordered to pay $3,500 per month in alimony.
Joe Theisman signed a five-year, $8 million contract with ESPN in 2010. He also served as a color analyst for Sunday Night Football on ESPN and the NFL Network. He also co-announced the Thursday Night Football broadcast on the NFL Network. The two-time Super Bowl champion has appeared on the television show Brooklyn Nine-Nine in 2014, and on B.J. and the Bear in 2013. He has also appeared as himself in the Necessary Roughness episode of the television series.
Joe Theisman has appeared in many fictional movies, including B.J. and the Bear, Snowcoming, Love on the Sidelines and Necessary Rooughness. He has also appeared as himself in the television series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. He has also appeared in many other movies, including the action-packed film Cannonball Run II. He is currently married to Robin Smith, a former Miss Connecticut, and the couple shares a home in Tennessee and Virginia.