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Tom Brady net worth:
$200 Million

Tom Brady's salary (annual):
$28 Million

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Tom Brady information

Birth date: August 3, 1977
Birth place: San Mateo, California, United States
Height:6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight:225 lbs (102.06 kg)
Profession:American football player
Education:University of Michigan, Junípero Serra High School
Spouse:Gisele Bündchen (m. 2009)
Children:John Edward Thomas Moynahan, Benjamin Brady, Vivian Lake Brady

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American Football player Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. was born on 3 August 1977, in San Mateo, California USA, and is a hero to National Football League team the New England Patriot’s fans, having most recently led ‘The Pats’ to Super Bowl LI victory over the Atlanta Falcons in 2017 from quarterback, in the biggest ever comeback in Super Bowl history, and so making it five titles with his only team.

So just how rich is Tom Brady, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, in 2013 he signed a $30 million five-year contract with “The Pats”, with his salary that year being $13.8 million, while in 2014 it rose to $14.8 million. In regards to his overall wealth, Tom’s net worth is estimated to be over $200 million, most of which he has accumulated through his professional football career, which began in 2000.

Tom Brady Net Worth $200 Million

Tom Brady is of Irish descent through his father, and Swedish, Norwegian and Polish ancestry through his mother. He was schooled at Junípero Serra High School, also playing basketball and baseball as well as football in which he won All-State and All-Far West selection. Although selected by the Montreal Expos in the 1995 MLB Draft, Pat preferred to pursue football as a potential career, and enrolled at the University of Michigan, playing for the Michigan “Wolverines” and leading the team to the Orange Bowl game in 2000.

Brady was selected by the New England Patriots in 2000 NFL Draft. the 199th pick, starting his professional career as the fourth-string quarterback, yet as the season progressed he made it to the number two position, which meant that he was an automatic replacement for starter Drew Bledsoe. Brady rose to prominence in 2003, when he led his team to 12 victories in a row, securing the AFC East title. That same year he placed at #2 on the list of NFL MVPs.

Subsequently, Brady has won many accolades and awards; Tom is now a five-time Super Bowl Champion – in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014 and 2016 -, four-time Super Bowl MVP – the most in NFL history – six-time AFC Champion, as well as a two-time NFL Passing Yards Leader. In 2007, Brady was the NFL Offensive Player of the Year, AFC Offensive Player of the Year, and Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year. Considered to be among the most successful of NFL players, Tom Brady has a record of 183-52 in regular season games, and 25-9 in play-off games – actually the most post-season appearances by any player – noting that The Pats have made the play-offs in every season since his debut, considerably enhancing his net worth.

Aside from playing football, Tom Brady has appeared in such television shows as “Saturday Night Live”, “Family Guy” and “Entourage” in which he co-starred alongside Kevin Connolly and Adrian Grenier, adding to his bank account too..

In regards to his personal life, Tom Brady was in a relationship with Bridget Moynahan from 2004 ‘til 2006, with whom he has a son. Following their break-up, in 2009 Brady married. Brazilian model and actress Giselle Bunchen, and they have two children, .



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Stuck on You 2003 Computer Geek #1



Saturday Night Live 2005 TV Series performer - 1 episode



Fantástico 2015 TV Series documentary Himself
Super Bowl XLIX 2015 TV Movie Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Inside Edition 2015 TV Series documentary Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Mike & Mike 2014 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots q / Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Omg! Insider 2014 TV Series Himself
Bystander Revolution 2014 TV Series documentary Himself
60 Minutes Sports 2014 TV Series documentary Himself - Former Michigan Football Player (segment "Michigan's Secret Weapon")
NBC Sunday Night Football 2006-2013 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback / Himself - Patriots quarterback / Himself - Patriots Quarterback
Mademoiselle C 2013 Documentary Himself
Baltimore Ravens: Road to XLVII 2013 Video Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
2012 Baltimore Ravens: Super Bowl XLVII Champions 2013 Documentary Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Super Bowl XLVI 2012 TV Movie Himself - New England Patriots, QB
Year of the Quarterback 2011 TV Series documentary Himself
NFL Monday Night Football 2002-2010 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Entertainment Tonight 2009 TV Series Himself
Plymouth Rock Studios: The Series 2009 TV Series Himself
Super Bowl XLII 2008 TV Movie Himself
2007 AFC Championship Game 2008 TV Special Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Friday Night Heroes: Vol. 1 2008 Video documentary Himself
NFL Game of the Week 2003-2008 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback / Himself - Patriots quaterback / Himself - Patriots Quarterback
The NFL on CBS 2003-2007 TV Series Himself - Patriots Quarterback / Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Forbes Celebrity 100: Who Made Bank? 2006 TV Movie Himself
Super Bowl XL 2006 TV Movie Himself - Ceremonial Coin Toss
NFL on FOX 2005 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Costas Now 2005 TV Series Himself - Football Player
60 Minutes 2005 TV Series documentary Himself - Quarterback, New England Patriots (segment "The Winner")
ESPN's Sunday Night Football 2001-2005 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Chain Reactions 2005 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself
Saturday Night Live 2005 TV Series Himself - Host
Late Show with David Letterman 2005 TV Series Himself - Guest
Fox NFL Sunday 2005 TV Series Interviewee
Super Bowl XXXIX 2005 TV Movie Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
The Simpsons 2005 TV Series Himself
ESPY Awards 2004 TV Special Himself
2003 New England Patriots: Super Bowl XXXVIII Champions 2004 Video documentary Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Super Bowl XXXVIII 2004 TV Movie Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Super Bowl XXXVI 2002 TV Movie Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
2001 AFC Championship Game 2002 TV Special Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
2000 NFL Draft 2000 TV Special Himself - 199th Overall Pick
2000 FedEx Orange Bowl 2000 TV Movie Himself - Michigan Wolverines Quarterback

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The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2012 TV Series Himself
Saturday Night Live Presents: Sports All-Stars 2010 TV Movie Alan / Various (uncredited)
Rome Is Burning 2007-2009 TV Series Himself
Saturday Night Live Sports Extra '09 2009 TV Movie Himself / Alan (uncredited)
The Greatest Game Ever Played 2008 TV Movie Himself - Patriots Quarterback, 2007 (uncredited)
Manning, Brady and Favre: The Quarterbacks 2008 Himself
The O'Reilly Factor 2008 TV Series Himself - 'Patriot' (segment "Pinheads & Patriots")
60 Minutes 2007 TV Series documentary Himself (segment "The Winner")
E! True Hollywood Story 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
Saturday Night Live: The Best of Saturday TV Funhouse 2006 Video Greg (uncredited)
Mike & Mike 2013-2015 TV Series Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Entertainment Tonight 2015 TV Series Himself / Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Media Buzz 2015 TV Series Himself / Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback / Himself - NFL Quarterback
Inside Edition 2015 TV Series documentary Himself / Himself - New England Patriots / Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2015 TV Series Himself - Press Conference / Himself
Omg! Insider 2015 TV Series Himself / Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
SNL's NFL Saturday 2015 TV Movie Greg
Peyton Manning finally gets Tom Brady 2015 Short Himself
SNL Sports Spectacular 2014 TV Movie Greg (uncredited)

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1 Suspended for the first 4 regular season games of the 2015 season without pay by the NFL for his role in the use of deflated footballs in the AFC championship game against the Indianapolis Colts (aka "Deflategate"). The New England Patriots were fined $1 million - the largest fine levied against a team in NFL history - and lost its 1st round pick in the 2016 draft, and its 4th round pick in the 2017 draft. Brady, whose agent claimed was "set up" by the NFL and the Colts, plans to appeal the suspension. [May 11, 2015].
2 His father is of Irish descent. His maternal grandfather was of half Swedish and half Norwegian ancestry, and his maternal grandmother was of Polish descent.
3 Brother-in-law of Kevin Youkilis.
4 Debut of his men's product, "Black Stetson".
5 (7 September) Suffered a season-ending knee injury against Kansas City. Matt Cassel will be the Patriots' starting QB for the rest of the season.
6 Entering the New England Patriots bye week of the 2007 season, he had set a new club season record for touchdowns at 33 after nine games, shattering the 1961 mark of 31 set by Vito "Babe" Parilli. [November 2007]
7 Won his third Super Bowl, throwing two touchdown passes in the New England Patriots' 24-21 triumph over the Philadelphia Eagles. [February 2005]
8 In the course of leading the 2007 Patriots to the first 16-0 regular season finish in NFL history, he set a new NFL record for touchdown passes with 50, breaking the old record of 49 set by Peyton Manning three seasons earlier. He then proceeded to lead the Patriots into Super Bowl XLII against the New York Giants. [January 2008]
9 He and the Patriots lost to the rival Colts on their home field. Earlier in the season the Pats lost to the Carolina Panthers whom they beat in the Super Bowl in 2003. [November 2005]
10 Won his seventh and eighth consecutive playoff games. First came a 20-3 Patriots defeat of the Indianapolis Colts, followed by a 41-27 defeat of the Pittsburgh Steelers; as of the Steelers game he was victorious in every playoff game of his career. [January 2005]
11 His unbeaten post-season streak was snapped when the Patriots were defeated by the Denver Broncos in the playoffs. [January 2006]
12 Was once drafted by a baseball team as a catcher.
13 Second child, daughter Vivian Lake Brady, was born on December 5, 2012 [December 7, 2012].
14 Graduated from Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, California. Other alumni are Barry Bonds and Greg Gutfeld.
15 Son of Tom Brady Sr..
16 Was awarded the NFL's first unanimous choice for Most Valuable Player after the 2010 season.
17 Winner of the Associated Press 2010 NFL Most Valuable Player (MVP) award, by unanimous vote. This was the first unanimous vote for this award since the AP began using a nationwide panel of media members.
18 He and Gisele Bündchen became the parents of a boy, Benjamin [December 9, 2009].
19 Was in attendance at the Dallas Cowboy vs. San Fransisco 49er NFC Championship game as a child. That game was most memorable for "The Catch", a pass from Joe Montana to Dwight Clark during the closing seconds which led the 49ers to their first Superbowl.
20 Named the 2007 NFL Most Valuable Player; received 49 of 50 votes cast, with one vote going to Brett Favre.
21 Named the Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year for 2007.
22 His ex-girlfriend, Bridget Moynahan, gave birth to a boy on August 22, 2007 in Los Angeles. The baby is named John Edward Thomas (JET) Moynahan.
23 Broke up with his girlfriend, Bridget Moynahan [December 16, 2006].
24 A die-hard New York Yankees fan, he used to wear a Yankee cap around in the Patriots locker room until someone told him that he shouldn't.
25 Defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2005 playoffs, extending his post-season record to 10-0 and setting the record for most playoff wins by any QB in NFL history. (Brady's streak ended the next week in a devastating loss to the Denver Broncos which also ended any hopes of the first three-peat in NFL history).
26 Was President George Bush's guest at his 2004 State of The Union address, and got to sit next to First Lady Laura Bush.
27 With the New England Patriots' record-breaking 18th consecutive regular season win and record 21st consecutive overall win including playoffs, Tom Brady's record as Patriots starting quarterback as of October 2004 stood at 40-12 for the regular season, 3-0 in pre-Super Bowl playoffs (his appearance in the January 2002 AFC Title game was cut short in the second quarter to injury and Drew Bledsoe finished the game, a 24-17 Pats win), and 2-0 in the Super Bowl.
28 Chosen in 2000 NFL draft. He was slotted as the New England Patriots' third-string backup QB, but was elevated to second-string when the Patriots reassigned Michael Bishop to NFL Europe.
29 Named as one of "People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People" (2002).
30 Led the New England Patriots to the their second NFL championship in three years with a 32-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Was named Super Bowl MVP for the second time.

1 I think any man who lets a woman pick what he should wear... I mean, you gotta draw the line somewhere as a man. I see these guys, 'My wife told me to wear this!' And I just shake my head.
2 I think that at the start of a game, you're always playing to win, and then maybe if you're ahead late in the game, you start playing not to lose. The true competitors, though, are the ones who always play to win.
3 I think the running game is very important to every offense. Being balanced is extremely important. There's times where you have to throw the ball. You could be down late in the game, you need to come back; you have to be able to pass it when they know you're passing it.
4 I'm much more comfortable and confident running out on the field in front of 70,000 people instead of standing in front of a camera trying to say some lines. The people who do that as a profession are very talented because it's certainly not easy.
5 If someone lies, well, you had a choice to trust that person or not. I think the way my father raised me, well, he trusted everybody. And that worked for him.
6 My personal feelings are my personal feelings. I don't want to express them with anyone except for a very few people. It doesn't do any good. It really doesn't.
7 So many guys are so conservative with their hair, and I always joke with all my buddies when they mess with me, and I'll say, 'That's right, keep the same haircut for ten years.' How fun is that?
8 My sisters like cooking at my place. It has a bit more room, and the food tastes a little bit better. A big pot of spaghetti and sauce, some warm French bread - works all the time. I think I've been eating pasta for 26 years.
9 I see so many guys, really athletic guys, wearing pleats and I just shake my head. Like, Tiger Woods used to wear pleated pants! I'm like, 'C'mon, Tiger!'
10 I'm not really concerned with portraying this tough warrior - I mean, that's part of my job and I take that very seriously. But I don't have anything to hide, and I'm not concerned with what people think.
11 You know, watching Dan Marino and Steve Young get nominated to the Hall of Fame... those guys are unbelievable and they did it for so long. I'd love to play like those guys, but there's still a long way to go and a lot of growing.
12 I always try to do as much as I can do. I'm never a person that does not enough, because I'd regret not doing enough and think I probably could have done more. I probably go too far and have to reel myself back in, which works in some things, and other things it doesn't work.
13 When I'm out on the football field, I have so much confidence in what I'm doing.
14 I don't want to wake up and be bored. That's probably my greatest fear is to have nothing to do. What better job is there than to play quarterback for an NFL team, and certainly one that I've been on for a long time and had success with? I don't plan on giving it up any time soon.
15 After the first day of practice, there's not one guy who's playing at 100 percent or who feels great. Sometimes, getting up in the morning and brushing your teeth is the hardest part of the day - it just hurts.
16 Every man should know, if you're comfortable and you like it, you should do it. Everyone always worries about what the girls think, what the guys think. If you like it, do it.
17 My job is to play quarterback, and I'm going to do that the best way I know how, because I owe that to my teammates regardless of who is out there on the field with me.
18 WIth football you can have up to 28 guys you consider starters, and if they can pick up the slack when some aren't playing so well, you don't have to turn those two game losing streaks into six-game losing streaks.
19 Man, wear your seat belts. That's all I can tell everybody. You never know.
20 Maybe some people can wake up and play PlayStation all day, but that's never been me.
21 Mentally, the only players who survive in the pros are the ones able to manage all their responsibilities. Everybody struggles in different ways.
22 My wife and I are very affectionate.
23 Nothing surprises me anymore in the NFL.
24 People want to go out and travel around and meet cool people. I could just go live in Vermont, but is that what I really want?
25 There are times when you throw an interception and you're beating yourself up.
26 You never get over losses. I've never gotten over one loss I've had in my career. They always stick with me.
27 Life is not living in the suburbs with a white picket fence. That's not life. Somehow our American culture has made it out that that's what life needs to be - and that if it's not that, it's all screwed up. It's not.
28 I'm never going to be fast, and nobody will ever mistake me for being fast.
29 I'm not a very creative person, you know? I'm not really an art person. I'm not a great reader or writer or artist or musician.
30 I've always been privileged to play for Coach Bill Belichick, who I've always said is the best coach in the history of the league.
31 If I have something to say, I want it to be meaningful.
32 In Boston, they love their sports celebrities. And it's great.
33 We all have experiences in our lives that change us, and we all learn from people, like my dad, but at the end of the day, it's only us. And we're only responsible to make ourselves happy.
34 As a part of the NFL, things change every year.
35 I have a memory, and I can just eliminate mistakes when they come up because I've already made them.
36 I think I have a certain respect for people, you know. And I guess a lot of times I expect that respect to go both ways.
37 I'm an emotional person. Sometimes I can't help it.
38 I've had just about everything punched. I've had things grabbed that just shouldn't be grabbed.
39 If you're a quarterback, you want everything on your shoulders. You want to be the one to make the decisions.
40 The only thing I ever wanted to be was a professional football player.
41 If I feel anxious every time someone is staring at me, well, I can't control what they stare at, but my reaction is, I'm just not going to go outside the house. I'm going to stay in and chill. And when I do go out, I understand what comes along with that.
42 To me, football is so much about mental toughness, it's digging deep, it's doing whatever you need to do to help a team win and that comes in a lot of shapes and forms.
43 When you have two busy kids running around the house, returning e-mails is a task, let alone surfing the web.
44 All parents are concerned about their children's well-being. As a parent of three kids, I'm very concerned about their well-being.
45 Fortunately for a quarterback, you can play for a long time because you don't get hit very often.
46 I play a complicated position in an intensely team-oriented game.
47 I'm not a person who defends myself very often. I kind of let my actions speak for me.
48 I'm a pretty good winner. I'm a terrible loser. And I rub it in pretty good when I win.
49 Football is unconditional love.
50 I'm attracted to women who are smart and funny and ambitious and have lives of their own and great families. Isn't that what attracts anyone?
51 The true competitors, though, are the ones who always play to win.
52 To me, if you're trying to impress a girl, get a date, they're gonna like that more because you're a confident guy. That's what it comes down to.
53 Too often in life, something happens and we blame other people for us not being happy or satisfied or fulfilled. So the point is, we all have choices, and we make the choice to accept people or situations or to not accept situations.
54 Every quarterback can throw a ball; every running back can run; every receiver is fast; but that mental toughness that you talk about translates into competitiveness.
55 A lot of times I find that people who are blessed with the most talent don't ever develop that attitude, and the ones who aren't blessed in that way are the most competitive and have the biggest heart.
56 I could talk food all day. I love good food.
57 Sometimes, getting up in the morning and brushing your teeth is the hardest part of the day - it all just hurts.

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  • Rick

    Good Job Tommy Baby!! We love you here in New England We also know if you wanted you could be at the top of this list however being a team player is more important to you than money & Thank you for all the wonderful years !!
    Rick in Plymouth M.A.
    Hit me up so I can get an autograph will ya ?

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