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Failure to Launch is a American romantic comedy film directed by Tom Dey, and starring Tripp (Matthew McConaughey), a year-old man, is still living with his parents Al (Terry Bradshaw) and Sue (Kathy Bates) in Baltimore. Tripp's. Pssst. Wanna see Terry Bradshaw naked? Bradshaw bares all in “Failure to Launch,” in which he co-stars with Oscar-winner Kathy Bates as the parents of . Some of that suffering dates back to his playing days in the '70s. Kathleen Doyle Bates (born June 28, ) is an American actress and director. Bates began her career on the stage, and was nominated for the Tony Award for .
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In Bates played the title character in Dolores Claibornea film adaptation of another Stephen King novel, although she was not nominated for an Oscar. In she received her third nomination, for About Schmidt. Bates was featured in an uncredited cameo in the miniseries of Stephen King 's The Stand. Bates has been nominated for an Emmy Award  twelve times, winning two.
Starting in the s, Bates forged a formidable career as a director. She has directed episodes of Homicide: Bates directed the television movies Dash and Lilly and the self-starring Ambulance Girl.
She directed and co-starred in Have Mercy with Melanie Griffith. She starred in David E. In the episode Charlie has returned as a ghost to haunt his brother, Alan Jon Cryer.
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He tells Alan that after a life of womanizing and debauchery, he was sent to hell and condemned to spend eternity in a woman's body. It was Bates' first Emmy win after nine nominations.
In she began starring in the American Horror Story series' third season, Covenas Delphine LaLauriean immortal racist who is brought back into the modern world after spending years buried alive. Bates returned in its fourth season Freak Show as Ethel Darling, a bearded lady who performs in the freak show the season is centred on. Inhe was inducted into the inaugural class of the Louisiana Tech sports hall of fame.
The Steelers drew the first pick in the draft after winning a coin flip tiebreaker with the Chicago Bears due to both teams having identical 1—13 records in Bradshaw became a starter in his second season after splitting time with Terry Hanratty in his rookie campaign. During his first few seasons, the 6'3", pound quarterback was erratic, threw many interceptions he threw interceptions over the course of his career and was widely ridiculed by the media for his rural roots and perceived lack of intelligence.
The Pittsburgh Steelers featured the " Steel Curtain " defense and a powerful running attack led by Franco Harris and Rocky Bleierbut Bradshaw's strong arm gave them the threat of the deep pass, helping to loosen opposing defenses.
Bradshaw temporarily lost the starting job to Joe Gilliam inbut he took over again during the regular season. In the Steelers' 16—6 Super Bowl IX victory over the Minnesota Vikings that followed, Bradshaw completed 9 of 14 passes and his fourth-quarter touchdown pass put the game out of reach and helped take the Steelers to their first Super Bowl victory. His yard touchdown pass to Swann that traveled roughly 70 yards in the air —which was released a split-second before defensive tackle Larry Cole flattened him causing a serious concussion—late in the fourth quarter is considered by some to be one of the greatest passes in NFL history.
Neck and wrist injuries in forced Bradshaw to miss four games. He was sharp in a 40—14 victory over the Baltimore Coltscompleting 14 of 18 passes for yards and three touchdowns, but the Steelers' hopes of a three-peat ended when both of their 1,yard rushers Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier were injured in the win over the Colts, and the Steelers subsequently lost to the Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship game, Jack Lambert asserted that that Steelers team was the best team that he ever played on, including the 4 Super Bowl teams of which he was a part.
Bradshaw had his finest season in when he was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press after a season in which he completed of passes for 2, yards and a league-leading 28 touchdown passes.
Bradshaw has in later years made light of the ridicule with quips such as "it's football, not rocket science. He passed for yards and two touchdowns in a 31—19 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Early in the 4th quarter, with Pittsburgh down 19—17, Bradshaw again turned to the long pass to help engineer a victory: Bradshaw playing with the Steelers in After two seasons of missing the playoffs, Bradshaw played through pain—he needed a cortisone shot before every game because of an elbow injury sustained during training camp—in a strike-shortened NFL season.
He still managed to tie for the most touchdown passes in the league with In a 31—28 playoff loss to the San Diego ChargersBradshaw's last postseason game, he completed of passes for yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.
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After undergoing off-season elbow surgery, Bradshaw was idle for the first 14 games of the NFL season. Then on December 10,against the New York Jetshe felt a pop in his elbow while throwing his final pass, a yard touchdown to Calvin Sweeney in the second quarter of the Steelers' 34—7 win. Bradshaw later left the game and never played again. The two touchdowns Bradshaw threw in what would be the final NFL game played at Shea Stadium and the last NFL game in New York City to date allowed him to finish his career with two more touchdowns than interceptions for his career.
His retirement came as a surprise to some,  and in hindsight unplanned on the Steelers part. Although the Steelers have not officially retired Bradshaw's number 12, they have not reissued it since his retirement and it is understood that no Steeler will ever wear it again. The NFL could not guarantee that they would make that much and refused.
A representative for Bradshaw has since denied this report. After an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno February 6, Bradshaw stated that the reason why he did not attend the MVP parade was that he was spending time with family, that he hates the crowds and the Super Bowl media circus, and also that the only way he would attend a Super Bowl is when Fox is broadcasting the game it was ABC who broadcast Super Bowl XLthough Bradshaw attended several press conferences in Detroit days earlier.
Bradshaw also stated that money was not an issue.
Broadcasting career[ edit ] Bradshaw retired from football on July 24, and quickly signed a television contract with CBS to become an NFL game analyst inwhere he and play-by-play announcer Verne Lundquist had the top rated programs.
As a cross-promotional stunt, he also hosted two consecutive Digi-Bowl specials in and on Fox Kidsproviding commentary from the NFL on Fox studio in-between episodes of Digimon: Digital Monsters ; the special was the final one as the Fox Kids block ended the same year.
Bradshaw also waved the green flag at the start of the race. Bradshaw has the reputation of being the "ol' redneck", but, in co-host and former NFL coach Jimmy Johnson 's words, the act is a "schtick.
He also is the spokesman for Jani-King international, Inc. Bradshaw ended his ownership in As of SeptemberBradshaw was the top-ranked former pro football player in the Davie-Brown Index DBIwhich surveys consumers to determine a celebrity's appeal and trust levels.
He was first married to Melissa Babish Miss Teenage America from —73; to ice skater JoJo Starbuck from —83; and to prominent family attorney Charla Hopkins, who is the mother of his two daughters, Rachel and Erin, from Rachel Bradshaw is a graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, Tennesseeand appeared in Nashvillea reality TV series about young musicians trying to make it in Nashville, and is the widow of former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas.
The first three of Bradshaw's marriages have all ended in divorce, a subject he ridicules frequently on his NFL pre-game show.BONNEVILLE Trailer
Bradshaw was married for the fourth time, on July 8,to Tammy, his girlfriend of 15 years.