|Celebrated Name:||Jim Brown|
|Real Name/Full Name:||James Nathaniel Brown|
|Age:||87 years old|
|Birth Date:||17 February 1936|
|Birth Place:||St. Simons, Georgia, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Monique Brown (m. 1997), Sue Brown (m. 1959–1972)|
|Children:||Yes (Karen Brown Ward, Jim N. Brown Jr., Kim Brown, Kevin Brown, Aris Brown)|
|Profession:||American former professional football player and actor|
|Net Worth in 2023:||$50 million|
|Last Updated:||March 2023|
One of the best footballers of all time, Jim Brown, played as a fullback during his career. He was among the few fortunate professional footballers who would get a Pro Bowl invite, in each of the seasons. Breaking records and mastering the art of playing, by the time of his retirement, he was pronounced the best by his peers.
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Born to parents Swinton Brown and Theresa on February 17, 1936, on St. Simons Island, an island off the southern coast of Georgia. Just when he was two years old, his father left the family, and soon, his mother also departed and took up a job in New York. Jim was then raised by his grandmother until he was eight years old when his mother asked for him to come to New York.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 17 February 1936, Jim Brown is 87 years old as of today’s date 21st March 2023. His height is 1.88 m tall, and his weight is 105 kg.
His career achievements took off right at the time when he was in college. At Syracuse University, Brown bagged a spot in the college team after averaging 14.9 yards per carrying in the running back. In only eight games of the college, he made a remarkable 14 touchdowns.
In Cotton Bowl, he made three touchdowns running for 132 yards. Brown’s sports career was not limited to football; he was also good at playing basketball, track events, especially lacrosse.
1957 NFL draft selection saw Brown been taken in by Cleveland Browns. Brown rushed for 237 yards against Los Angeles Rams in the rookie season for the ninth game of the season. This instantaneously leads a record being established, which was invincible for 14 years.
In 9 years of his NFL career, Brown departed holding a record both in the single-season category (1,863 in 1963) and career rushing (12,312 yards.) He also led the rushing touchdowns scoreboard with a total of 106 to his kitty.
Close to his retirement from football, Brown began his career as an actor. In the movie, Rio Conchos, Brown played the role of a buffalo soldier. The premiere of the movie was attended by several of his teammates.
His second movie MGM’s The Dirty Dozen, become a huge success in the box office. Production delays had lead to the Cleveland Browns filing a lawsuit against him for missing out on training camp. Sometime later, Brown announced his retirement from the game.
His other movies include The Split, Ice Station Zebra, 100 Rifles, and Kenner, all of which contributed greatly to increasing Brown’s popularity and boosting his acting career.
Awards & Achievement
Right from holding awards to breaking records, Brown was unstoppable. He won the NFL championship in 1964, 9 season Pro Bowl in (1957-1965), NFL Rookie of the Year 1963. He also won Best Bell Award(1963),
Apart from this, Brown was also featured and nominated in the popular film, and television award shows for his roles as an actor.
Net Worth & Salary of Jim Brown in 2023
Starting his early life with the tragic of his parents dumping him, little could Brown have imagined that he would achieve the fanfare and recognition that he has achieved today. He has drawn a lump sum amount of money for playing with the Cleveland Browns. Jim Brown has a whopping net worth of $50 million as of March 2023. This astounding amount is a result of the accumulation of his earnings from his movie roles as well.
Jim Brown still holds some of the records to his name. His statistics and playing style is a thing that young football players look up to and set them as a goal. After retiring, he focused more on acting and coaching young football players.
I Adore Mr Jim Brown because he has Great Character he is is an Excellent Role model and he proved that we can Succeed against the Odds with Perseverance. I love Mr Brown for Living a Good Prosperous Decent Life. I prayed that Mr Brown would keep himself throughout life Totally Focused on doing that which is Right and Justice. I prayed for you when I read how you Receive Young Gang youth into your home and Mentored them. You are to be Revered, Respected in every way. It woul be so Benefical to our youth of today if they would Read about other Respectful
Fearless Real Heroes who Served not only in their Profession but Continue to do so to the end of life. Thank God for your Beautiful Family.
Min. Shirley Burks
well said Shirley.
thank you Jim brown,
i am a simple poor man who your life has inspired because you are a deep and profound spirit.
Maybe even a better leader of the Black Nation than was MLK?
My hero from 1957 and on. A near-perfect human being who cares for others regardless of color or character it seems? Jim believes he can help fix any flawed characterizations he finds in individuals and I believe him, too.
I saw a Jim Brown interview 2 days ago and man, Jim, my idol, I worry about your physical condition.
If your heath would improve via a miracle I wish you to live another hundred years.
With respect and admiration, Thomas Wilson.
*Thank you for your immense sacrifices. You stand alone in my mind..
I lived with Jim in 1985 for awhile. I think he needs to contact me regarding ‘someone’ we have in common. I only just figured it out months ago when I saw via a video that in September 1985 was when Farrakhan was in L.A. I bet that’s when he visited Jim. If so, my timeline is correct regarding what’s on my mind as I am the one who opened the door and let Farrakhan in. Literally to the week there’s a timeline I’m looking at. Like all these years I ‘couldn’t figure it out’ then a video of Farrakhan came on YouTube one day. The dates of his visit to L.A. appeared like a message I was supposed to see. So happenstance! It jumped out at me. That week *must’ve been the week he visited Jim. I did the math. That week in particular stands out and it’s when Louis Farrakhan visited and so did Todd Bridges for a meeting. (He was super rude.) During that meeting, Ahmad Rashad called. To the week. I was there. Then a bit later I moved out and went back home. I found out something. All these years I couldn’t remember exactly when I lived with Jim so out of site out of mind till I just recently connected the dots with that video that appeared. To the week it adds up.