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Jeff Fisher’s Biography: One of the Most Controversial Coaches in NFL History

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Who is Jeff Fisher?

American football coach and former player Jeffrey Michael ‘Jeff’ Fisher was born in Culver City, California USA, on 25 February 1958, making his zodiac sign Pisces. He’s perhaps known best for having spent 22 years serving as a head coach in the National Football League (NFL), most of which with the Tennessee Titans and the Houston Oilers, while he also coached the Los Angeles Rams.

Education and early life

Jeff was raised in Culver City by his mother and father about whom he hasn’t spoken in public, thus their names and professions remain undisclosed; Jeff hasn’t spoken about having siblings either, and is thus believed to be an only child.

The family eventually moved to Los Angeles, California where Jeff attended Taft High School in Woodland Hills; he was an All-American wide receiver. Prior to enrolling at Taft, Jeff played for the Reseda Rams of Pop Warner football, and they won the championship in 1972.

Upon matriculating in 1976, Jeff enrolled at University of Southern California (USC) on a football scholarship; he played for their Trojans under head coach John Robinson. Some of Jeff’s teammates at USC went on to become stars, including Joey Browner, Dennis Smith and Ronnie Lott. The Trojans won the 1978 National Championship, and he was in 1980 named a Pac-10 All-Academic Selection.

Jeff graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1980.

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Jeff was picked by the Chicago Bears in the 1981 NFL Draft, and played as their return specialist and defensive back in 49 games of his five seasons with them.

What marked the 1981 season for Jeff was when, during a game against the Minnesota Vikings which the Bears were losing, he made a leaping interception and led his team to victory.

Jeff suffered a broken leg in 1983, after having been tackled by Philadelphia Eagles’ Bill Cowher; more than a decade later, the two became rivals as head coaches.

He set a Bears record in 1984, when he recorded eight punt returns in a game against the Detroit Lions, while he also tied former professional Football Player Lew Eric Barnes’ record of 57 returns in one season.

Jeff suffered an ankle injury in 1985, and in the same year the Bears won the Super Bowl; even though he was on injury reserve, Jeff still received his own Super Bowl ring.

Coaching career

While on injury reserve, Jeff helped the Bears’ defensive co-ordinator James David ‘Buddy’ Ryan, and it was around this time that he realized he could become a successful coach.

Buddy then became the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, and took Jeff to serve as his defensive backs coach; Jeff was 30 when he became the Eagles’ defensive co-ordinator in 1988, thus becoming the youngest coach in the league. In the 1990 season, the Eagles led the league in sacks (62) and interceptions (30).

Jeff became the defensive co-ordinator of the Los Angeles Rams in 1991, then in 1992 and 1993 the defensive backs coach of the San Francisco 49ers. On 9 February 1994, he joined the Houston Oilers as their defensive co-ordinator, and became their head coach on 14 November 1994.

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Jeff lead the Oilers to a 7-9 record in 1995, and an 8-8 record in 1996; because they weren’t able to get a new stadium, the team relocated to Tennessee in 1997, and were renamed to Tennessee Oilers. They finished their two following seasons with a 16-16 record.

The Oilers were renamed to Tennessee Titans in 1999, and the same season saw them reach Super Bowl XXXIV, which they lost 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams. They had a rather poor 2001 season, winning seven of their 16 games, while they then started off the 2002 season with a 1-4 record, but finished 11-5. They had a great 2003 season, in which they reached the play-offs, but lost to eventual Super Bowl winners the New England Patriots.

The 2004 season was plagued by injuries, and the Titans won only five of their 16 games, while the following season saw them win half of their 16 games; they recorded 10 wins in the 2007 season, and 13 wins in the 2008 season.

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Jeff’s tenure with the Titans ended on 27 January 2011, and he took the 2011 season off.

He signed with the St. Louis Rams as their head coach on 13 January 2012, and they finished the season with seven wins, the same in their 2013 season, recorded six wins in 2014 and seven in 2015. Jeff was fired on 12 December 2016 following a 42-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

He spent the following five years away from football, until on 27 January 2022 became the general manager and head coach of the Michigan Panthers competing in the US Football League; he resigned on 3 February 2023 and was replaced by Mike Nolan.

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Love life and relationships

Jeff avoids speaking about his love life in public, but it’s still known that he was married, and that he and his former wife have three children.

He and Juli Fisher met while they were both attending USC, when they took part in the eating contest The Beef Bowl; they married in a small and private ceremony in 1986. In June 1987, Juli gave birth to their son Brandon Chase Fisher, who followed in his father’s footsteps and became a college Football Player, while he’s today the defensive coach of the Rams. Their second son Trent Fisher was born on 19 June 1992, and he played football at Auburn University; Juli went on to give birth to their daughter Tara Fisher, but her birthdate hasn’t been disclosed. On 7 February 2015, Tara married former Major League Baseball player Justin Miller.

Jeff and Juli separated in 2008, and she filed for divorce.

Jeff seems to be unattached as of May 2023, was married to Juli Fisher, and they have three children together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Jeff was once co-chair of the NFL competition committee, resigning in August 2016.

He was into travelling and visited all of the US states, mostly thanks to his career in football; Jeff and his wife vacationed in several European countries, but he nowadays prefers to stay at his home.

Jeff’s a fan of Hollywood movies, his favorite actor’s Keanu Reeves, and some of his favorite movies include “The Whole Truth”, “Sweet November”, and “My Own Private Idaho”.

He’s a philanthropist and an animal lover; Jeff’s donated money to several charity organizations, which include animal shelters.

He’s a fan of rock ‘n’ roll music, and his favorite band’s ZZ Top.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Jeff’s age is 65. He has brown eyes and black hair, is 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall and weighs around 190lbs (85kgs).

Jeff’s net worth’s been estimated at over $20 million, as of May 2023.

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How rich is Mr. T now? From Bodyguard to Hollywood Star

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Who is Mr. T?

Famous American actor, professional boxer and former bodyguard Mr. T, was born Laurence Tureaud in Chicago, Illinois USA, on 21 May 1952, making Gemini his zodiac sign. He’s appeared in 53 movies and TV series, and is probably still known best for playing Clubber Lang in the critically acclaimed 1982 sports movie “Rocky III”, which Sylvester Stallone wrote, directed and starred in. The film also starred Talia Shire and Burt Young, follows the life of professional boxer Rocky, and won three of its 12 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Music, Original Song.

Education and early life

Mr. T was raised alongside his 11 older siblings (seven brothers and four sisters) in Chicago, by their father Nathaniel Tureaud who was a minister, and mother whose name remains undisclosed, but who was a housewife. Mr. T was five when Nathaniel abandoned the family, and he thus changed his name to Lawrence Teo in the same year; aged 18, he changed his name to Mr. T.

He was mostly into playing football, practicing martial arts and wrestling while attending Dunbar Vocational High School; he was his city’s wrestling champion two years in a row. Mr. T matriculated in 1970, and then enrolled at Prairie View A&M University on a football scholarship; he was focused on studying math, but was expelled after only a year.

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Before acting

Mr. T began working as a gym instructor when he was 19, and in 1975 joined the US Army’s Military Police Corps; after he was discharged in 1978, he attempted to join the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL) prior to becoming a nightclub bouncer. He’s revealed that he was involved in more than 200 fights while working as a bouncer, was sued numerous times, but won every case.

Mr. T then became a well-known bodyguard, working for wealthy people such as judges, businessmen and politicians; some of these included American singer and actress Diana Ross, the late professional boxer Muhammad Ali, and American actor and moviemaker Levardis Robert Martyn ‘LeVar’ Burton Jr.

He was also often offered to kill people, collect debts, find missing people and track runaway teenagers.

Mr. T’s since appeared in more than 100 commercials, for companies such as Forbes, Blizzard and Snickers.

Roles in movies

Mr. T’s acting career was launched when he was spotted by famous American actor and moviemaker Sylvester Stallone, while competing in the show “America’s Toughest Bouncer”; this was how he was cast to play Clubber Lang in the above mentioned movie “Rocky III”.

Some of Mr. T’s following roles were in the 1983 action comedy “D. C. Cab”, and in 1984 the comedy “The Toughest Man in the World” and the family drama “A Christmas Dream”. In 1987, he voiced Jabberwock in the animated family adventure “Alice Through the Looking Glass”, directed by Andrea Bresciani and Richard Slapczynski, and which starred Janet Waldo, Townsend Coleman and Phyllis Diller; it follows Alice who’s fallen through a mirror, and has found herself in Chessland. Mr. T could then have been seen appearing in the 1990 crime drama “Straight Line”, the 1992 sports video “Best of WrestleMania”, and the 1993 science fiction comedy “Freaked”.

His following notable performance was playing The Wise Janitor in the 2001 comedy “Not Another Teen Movie”, directed by Joel Gallen, and which starred Chyler Leigh, Jaime Pressly and Chris Evans. It’s a parody of various teenage movies, and the film was nominated for five awards.

Mr. T voiced Earl Devereaux in the critically acclaimed 2009 animated adventure comedy “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”, which won one of its 15 award nominations; this remains his most recent film role.

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Roles in TV series

Mr. T’s debut TV series appearance was in a 1982 episode of the comedy “Saturday Night Live”, and he was then cast to play and voice characters in an episode of various series, such as the family comedy “Silver Spoons”, the animated adventure comedy “Alvin & the Chipmunks”, and the family comedy “Diff’rent Strokes”.

From 1983 through 1985, Mr. T starred in his own animated action “Mister T”, created by Martin Pasko and Steve Gerber, and which also starred Cathy Cavadini and Peter Cullen; it follows Mr. T and his gymnastics team as they’re fighting crime together, and the series was nominated for a 1986 Young Artist Award for Best Family Animation Series or Special.

He became famous for playing the lead character B. A. Baracus in the evergreen action crime adventure “The A-Team”, which also starred George Peppard and Dwight Schultz, and aired from 1983 through 1987. The series follows the lives of four Vietnam veterans who’ve been framed with a crime, and won three of its 11 award nominations.

From 1988 through 1990, Mr. T starred as T. S. Turner in the crime drama “T and T”, created by Michael Hirsch and Elia Katz, and which also starred David Nerman and Alexandra Amini; it follows the life of private detective and former boxer T. S. Turner, and the series was nominated for two awards. Mr. T had only a couple of roles in the ‘90s, playing or voicing characters in an episode or two of the family comedy “Blossom”, the animated adventure comedy “Eek! The Cat” (voice role) and the animated family comedy “Sabrina: The Animated Series” (voice role).

From 2001 through 2003, he voiced Bongo in the English version of the animated family drama “Pecola”, and the remainder of the decade heard him voice characters in an episode of the animated family comedies “House of Mouse”, “The Simpsons” and “Johnny Bravo”.

Mr. T’s most recent TV series role has been playing a supporting character in the 2014 episode “Gary’s Big Break?” of the comedy “The Comeback Kids”; even though inactive in the film industry for nearly 10 years now, Mr. T hasn’t officially retired.

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Other credits

Mr. T voiced himself in the 2003 video game “Celebrity Deathmatch”.

He received special thanks for the 2008 action comedy thriller movie “War, Inc.”

Mr. T’s made a guest appearance in numerous talk-shows, most recently in “WGN Morning News”, “Hollywood Insider” and “Biography: WWE Legends”.

Awards and nominations

Mr. T won a 1984 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer in a New TV Program.

He’s been nominated for two other awards: a 1983 Razzie Award for Worst New Star for his performance in “Rocky III”, and a 2008 TV Land Award for Character You REALLY Don’t Want to Make Angry, for “The A-Team”.

Wrestling career

Mr. T became a professional wrestler in 1985, when he signed with World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and was teamed up with famous American retired professional wrestler Terry Gene Bollea – aka Hulk Hogan.

He competed in World Class Championship Wrestling on 21 July 1989, but only returned to wrestling in 1994, when he defeated Kevin Sullivan.

Love life and relationships

Mr. T prefers to keep the details of his love life to himself, but it’s known that he and non-celebrity American Phyllis Clark exchanged vows in 1971, in front of their closest friends; Phyllis gave birth to their first daughter Lesa in the same year, and their second daughter Erica Clark followed in 1979. Erica’s a reality TV personality, and has made a guest appearance in talk-shows “Hart of the City” and “Jay Davis Presents: Creative Hustle”.

The date of Mr. T and Phyllis’ divorce remains undisclosed; he has a son Lawrence ‘TJ’ Junior who was a born in 1986, but it remains unknown whether or not TJ is Phyllis’ son.

Mr. T hasn’t mentioned other women whom he’s dated, he seems to be unattached as of April 2023, was once married to Phyllis Clark, and has three children.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Mr. T cut over a hundred oak trees on his property in Lake Forest, Illinois in 1987, and the event was described as ‘The Lake Forest Chain Saw Massacre’ by a local newspaper.

He was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma in 1995, and has written about his fight against cancer in his yet-to-be-published book “Cancer Saved My Life (Cancer Ain’t For No Wimps)”.

Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Mr. T stopped wearing all of his gold, stating that it would be disrespectful to people who had lost everything in the hurricane.

He’s uploaded 60 pictures and videos onto his Instagram account, and close to 50,000 people are following him on the social media network.

Mr. T’s a huge fan of the late actor Leslie Nielsen, and some of his favorite movies include “Airplane!”, “The Naked Truth” and “Wrongfully Accused”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Mr. T’s age is 71. His eyes are brown, he has a black mohawk haircut, he’s 5ft 10ins (1.79m) tall and weighs around 185lbs (84kgs).

Mr. T’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of April 2023.

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Bob Stoops: The Coach Who Brought Oklahoma Back to Glory

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Who is Bob Stoops?

American Football coach Robert Anthony ‘Bob’ Stoops was born in Youngstown, Ohio USA, on 9 September 1960, making Virgo his zodiac sign. He’s probably known best for the time which he spent coaching the Sooners of the University of Oklahoma; Bob’s record with the Sooners was 190-48, and they won the 2001 Orange Bowl under his guidance.

Education and early life

Bob was raised in Youngstown alongside his five siblings, by their mother Evelyn ‘Dee Dee’ Stoops and father Ron Sr; not a lot has been shared about his family, because Bob respects their privacy, but it’s known that his father was also into sports, and was the Football defensive co-ordinator at Cardinal Mooney High School.

Bob became interested in football thanks to his father, who coached him while he was attending the above mentioned Cardinal Mooney; Ron also coached his other sons Mark, Mike and Ron Jr. at the school – both Mark and Mike are today coaches and former players. Ron Sr. died in 1988, when he began experiencing chest pains at a football game against his son Ron Jr’s team; he passed way in an ambulance en route to the hospital.

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Bob matriculated in 1979, and then enrolled at the University of Iowa, at which he played defensive back, and was a starter for all four years; he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 1982; he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in marketing in the following year.

Bob’s career

Bob launched his career straight out of college, as he became a volunteer coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes under the tutelage of the late American college Football coach and player John Hayden Fry.

In 1988, he became the assistant football coach at Kent State University under head coach Dick Crum, and the following year saw him join the coaching staff at Kansas State University. In 1991, Bob became the co-defensive coordinator of the Kansas State Wildcats, and four years later their assistant head coach. During his final four years with the Wildcats, the team won 35 of their 47 games, and made three Bowl appearances.

He became the defensive co-ordinator of the University of Florida’s Gators in 1996, and helped them win the 1997 Sugar Bowl; it was then mentioned that Bob might become their new head coach, but he instead chose to become the head coach of the University of Oklahoma’s Sooners in 1999.

He won his first seven games with the Sooners, and led them to the 1999 Super Bowl, their first Super Bowl appearance in six years. Bob went on to coach the Sooners for 18 years, marking his 157th victory with them on 16 November 2013, meaning that he and former Sooners’ head coach Barry Switzer were tied in the team’s victories. Starting in 2005 and ending in 2011, the Sooners won all the 39 games that they played at home – their streak ended when they lost to Texas Tech 41-28 on 22 October 2011.

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Bob revealed on 7 June 2017 that he was retiring from college coaching, and was replaced by Lincoln Riley; on 7 February 2019 he announced that he was coming out of retirement, and was named head coach of the Dallas Renegades of the professional American Football minor league XFL. The league went bankrupt in April 2020, mostly because of the outbreak of the coronavirus, and Bob thus lost his job.

Bob was chosen as interim head coach for the Sooners’ Alamo Bowl game on 28 November 2021, after Lincoln Riley accepted the offer to become the head coach of the University of Southern California’s Trojans; the Sooners defeated the Oregon Ducks 47-32.

Bob then once again retired from coaching, and has since been staying away from the media’s attention.

Love life and marriage

Bob avoids speaking about his love life in public, but it’s still widely known that he’s been married for more than 30 years now.

He and non-celebrity American Carol Stoops married in a private ceremony in 1988, with only their closest friends and family members in attendance; Carol’s today working at the marketing company Mary Kay Inc. as their national sales director. They have three children together, daughter Mackenzie and twin sons Drake and Isaac, but not a lot has been revealed about them, because Bob and Carol want them to be able to lead normal lives; it’s known that Drake’s today playing for the Oklahoma Sooners as their wide receiver, and that Isaac’s a football coach at Moore High School, while he was also a volunteer analyst of the Sooners in 2021 and 2022.

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Bob hasn’t spoken about the women whom he had maybe been with prior to meeting Carol, to whom he’s married as of April 2023, and they have three children together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Bob’s younger brother Michael Joseph ‘Mike’ Stoops was once the Sooners’ defensive coordinator, as well as the head coach of the University of Arizona’s Wildcats; he’s today the inside linebackers coach at the University of Kentucky. Bob’s other brother Mark Thomas Stoops is today the head coach at the University of Kentucky, while their brother Ron Jr’s assistant coach at Youngstown State University.

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One of Bob’s best friends is American former Football coach and player Stephen Orr Spurrier, who was his mentor at the University of Florida.

He likes to travel and has been to all of the US states at least once, mostly thanks to his career as a football coach.

Bob’s a fan of actors Anthony Hopkins and Robert De Niro, and amongst his favorite movies are “Fracture”, “The Remains of the Day” and “The Mask of Zorro”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Bob’s age is 62. He has brown eyes and hair, is 5ft 4ins (1.62m) tall and weighs around 150lbs (68kgs).

Bob’s net worth’s been estimated at over $18 million, as of April 2023, nearly all of which he earned during his time  coaching the Oklahoma Sooners.

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How Paul Westhead Went from NBA Champion to WNBA Legend

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Who is Paul Westhead?

American retired basketball coach Paul William Westhead was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, on 21 February 1939, making Pisces his zodiac sign. He’s probably still known best for having coached three National Basketball Association (NBA) and several Women’s NBA (WNBA) teams, while he’s also coached in the Japan Basketball League (JBL), American Basketball Association (ABA), and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

Education and early life

Paul was raised in Philadelphia by his parents, about whom he hasn’t shared many details because he’s respective of their privacy; it’s believed that both his mother and father have passed away, but this is yet to be confirmed. Paul hasn’t spoken about having brothers and sisters, and most of his fans believe that he’s an only child.

He studied at West Catholic Preparatory High School, and was mostly into playing basketball during his four years there; he suffered a number of injuries as a teenager, and they eventually made it impossible for him to pursue a career as a professional basketball player, thus choosing to become a coach.

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Paul matriculated in 1957, and then enrolled at Saint Joseph’s University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1961; he coached at a number of high schools in the following a couple of years, prior to gaining recognition.

Career beginnings

In 1967, Paul began coaching at Cheltenham High School in Philadelphia, and his team the Panthers lost in the Pennsylvania State Championship; one of Paul’s players Craig Littlepage later became the athletic director at the University of Virginia.

In 1970, Paul began coaching the basketball team of La Salle University, where he also taught English language; he remained coaching the Explorers until 1979, and during that time they competed in two NCAA and one National Invitation Tournament (NIT).

Peak of career

Paul’s first coaching job in the NBA was with the Los Angeles Lakers; he had Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson on the team, and in Paul’s first year with the Lakers, they won the 1980 NBA Finals by defeating Philadelphia. Still, Paul was fired in 1982, and replaced by Pat Riley.

He next coached the Chicago Bulls in 1982 and ‘83, then returned to coaching college basketball teams in 1985, when invited to coach the Loyola Marymount Lions, where he stayed for five years.

From 1989 through 1991, he coached the Denver Nuggets of the NBA, but was then fired because his two-year record was 44-120. From 1993 through 1997, he coached at the George Mason University, and was fired because of his 38-70 record. From 1997 through 1999, he was the Golden State Warriors assistant coach under P. J. Carlesimo.

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Later career

In 2000 and 2001, Paul coached the Los Angeles Stars of the ABA, and from 2001 through 2003 the Panasonic Super Kangaroos of the JBL. The year 2003 saw him coach the Long Beach Jam of ABA, and from 2003 to 2005, Paul was Orlando Magic’s (NBA) assistant coach under Johnny Davis.

He began coaching the Phoenix Mercury of WNBA in 2005, and led them to win the 2007 WNBA Championship, becoming the only coach to win both an NBA and WNBA Championship.

Paul then joined the NBA’s Seattle SuperSonics as their assistant coach under P. J. Carlesimo, but after P. J. was fired, Paul was let go as well.

University of Oregon’s athletic director Pat Kilkenny revealed on 26 March 2009 that Paul had become the new head coach of the university’s women’s basketball team the Ducks (NCAA). He was the team’s sixth head coach – it was revealed on 4 March 2014 that his contract was expiring, and wouldn’t be renewed, mostly because he had a record of 65-90 with the Ducks, and in conference play 27-64 in five seasons. It was also revealed that his five-year contract was worth over $3 million, meaning that he was making close to $600,000 a year.

Paul retired after he was let go by the Ducks, and has since been leading a peaceful life at his home in Philadelphia.

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Love life and relationships

Paul has been keeping the details of his love life hidden since the launch of his career, but some things about it are still known. He’s been married to non-celebrity American Cassie for more than 40 years now, but the exact date of their wedding remains undisclosed; Cassie also prefers to stay away from media, but it’s believed that she’s a retired college professor. They have four children together: Julie, Paul Jr, Patrice and Monica, but their dates of birth and professions have also been kept away from media, as Paul and Cassie wanted them to lead normal lives, away from the spotlight.

Paul hasn’t spoken about the women whom he had been with prior to meeting Cassie, to whom he’s married as of April 2023, and they have four children.

 

 

Interesting facts and hobbies

Paul was physically quite active during his 20s and 30s, as he played various sports with his friends nearly every day, and also worked out at the gym several times every week.

He’s been passionate about music since a very early age, and is today a fan of old school rock ‘n’ roll bands, such as Aerosmith, Guns N’ Roses and AC/DC.

Paul’s donated money and volunteered with a number of charity organizations, while he’s always been mostly into working with those that aim to bring sports closer to underprivileged children.

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He was once passionate about travelling, and his career took him to all of the US states, and many countries around the world, while his dream travel destination remains Japan.

Paul’s a fan of the American film industry; his favorite actor is Arnold Schwarzenegger, and some of his favorite movies include “Predator”, “True Lies” and “Twins”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Paul’s age is 84. He has brown eyes and grey hair, is 6ft 1in (1.84m) tall and weighs around 180lbs (81kgs).

His net worth’s been estimated at over $3 million, as of April 2023.

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