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Lawrence Taylor Wiki Biography
Lawrence Julius Taylor, often referred to simply as L. T. or Lawrence Taylor, is a famous sports commentator, retired American professional football player, as well as an actor. To the public, Lawrence Taylor is perhaps best known for having played in the position of a linebacker in one of the professional football teams in NFL called the New York “Giants”. Taylor joined the “Giants” in 1981 and played for the team for more than a decade, until he retired from professional football in 1993. It was estimated that in 1990, Taylor’s annual salary with the “Giants” amounted to as much as $5 million.
Lawrence Taylor Net Worth $100,000
Over the years spent with the team, Lawrence Taylor became known as one of the best players in the history of American football. Some of the accolades and awards that he received during his time with the “Giants” included becoming a part of the Pro Bowl All-Star game 10 times, winning the Super Bowl event in 1987 and 1990, securing the title of the NFL sacks leader and AP NFL MVP, as well as receiving the title of the AP NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1981, and winning the Bert Bell Award.
A well-known former professional football player, as well as an actor, how rich is Lawrence Taylor? According to sources, Lawrence Taylor’s salary is estimated to be $100,000. Lawrence Taylor’s net worth and salary diminished in 2011, after he was charged with third-degree statutory rape and was faced with a sentence of six years on probation.
Lawrence Taylor was born in 1959, in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he attended Lafayette High School. Upon his graduation, Taylor enrolled in the University of North Carolina, where he started playing football, and excelled as a linebacker. Taylor entered the NFL Draft in 1981 and he was chosen as the 2nd pick by the New York “Giants”. Taylor debuted in the NFL later that same year and proved himself to be one of the best rookies in the league. Lawrence Taylor underwent many ups and downs during his professional football career, until eventually his decline came in 1991. A year later, Taylor suffered from a leg injury, yet he was reluctant to end his career. Lawrence Taylor officially retired from football in 1993, as he was unable to make a successful return.
When Lawrence ended his football career, he took up various jobs on television, and briefly worked on “TNT Sunday Night Football” show, and even made an appearance in the WrestleMania XI event, where he fought and won against Bam Bam Bigalow. Taylor also decided to pursue an acting career, and made appearances in such television projects as “The Sopranos” with James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco and Edie Falco, an action-crime film with Christian Bale, Samuel L. Jackson and Busta Rhymes called “Shaft”, and John Gunn’s movie entitled “Mercy Streets” starring Eric Roberts and Stacy Keach to name a few.
Aside from football and television, Lawrence Taylor became infamous for his many legal issues, which had a significant effect on his total wealth.
A well-known football player, Lawrence Taylor has an estimated net worth of $100 000.
|Full Name||Lawrence Taylor|
|Date Of Birth||February 4, 1959|
|Place Of Birth||Williamsburg, Virginia, United States|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.905 m)|
|Weight||240 lbs (109 kg)|
|Profession||American football player, Actor, Sports commentator|
|Education||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Lafayette High School|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Lynette Taylor (m. 2007), Maritza Cruz (m. 2001–2005), Deborah Belinda Taylor (m. 1981–1996)|
|Parents||Clarence Taylor, Iris Taylor|
|Nicknames||Lawrence Julius Taylor , L.T , Lonnie|
|Awards||Super Bowl champion (XXI, XXV), Pro Bowl (1981–1990), First-team All-Pro (1981–1990), NFL Most Valuable Player (1986), Bert Bell Award (1986)|
|Nominations||NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1981, 1982, 1986), NFC Defensive Player of the Year (1983, 1986), NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year (1981), NFL sacks leader (1986), New York Giants Ring of Honor, Consensus All-American (1980)|
|Movies||Fubar: Balls to the Wall, In Hell, Mercy Streets, Shaft, Any Given Sunday, The Jackie Robinson Story|
|TV Shows||Dancing with the Stars|
|1||His attorney is Arthur Aidala.|
|2||Was dropped as a spokesman for Nutrisystem because of the rape charge [May 2010].|
|3||Arrested for an alleged rape at a Holiday Inn in Montebello, New York on May 6, 2010.|
|4||Defeated Scott Bigelow in WrestleMania XI (1995).|
|5||The Giants retired his number 56 during the 1994 season|
|6||Widely regarded as the best linebacker in NFL history.|
|7||Taylor was selected to 10 straight NFL Pro Bowls, 1981-90|
|8||Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1999.|
|9||Played linebacker for the National Football League’s New York Giants, 1981-1993.|