Bill Belichick

Bill Belichick was born on 1952-04-16 at Nashville, Tennessee, United States. His net worth is $40 Million. He is American born American football player, American Football coach, Head coach of the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL). He has been seen in movies Family Guy: "3 Acts of God",South Park: "Eek, a Penis!" (2008).

Facts of Bill Belichick

Full NameBill Belichick
Net Worth$40 Million
Date Of BirthApril 16, 1952
Age67 years 2 months
Place Of BirthNashville, Tennessee, United States
Height1.80 m
ProfessionAmerican football player, American Football coach, Head coach of the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL)
EducationAnnapolis High School, Trinity College, Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, Choate Rosemary Hall, Phillips Academy,
SpouseDebby Clarke Belichick (m. 1977–2006)
ChildrenAmanda Belichick, Brian Belichick, Stephen Belichick
ParentsSteve Belichick (born Stephen Biličić), Jeannette Belichick
NicknamesWilliam Stephen Belichick , Bill
IMDBBill Belichick IMDB
AwardsSuper Bowl champion (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX, LI), AP NFL Coach of the Year (2003, 2007, 2010), NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, Super Bowl champion (XXI, XXV)
NominationsUniversity's Athletics Hall of Fame (2008), Pro Football Hall of Fame (2015)
MoviesFamily Guy: "3 Acts of God",South Park: "Eek, a Penis!" (2008)
TV Shows"Rescue Me" (TV Series 2004–2011), Madden NFL (video game series)

Quick Facts of Bill Belichick

1Inducted into the Wesleyan University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008.
2Was fined $500,000 by the NFL for his role in the 2007 Spygate scandal, in which his team illegally videotaped an opponent's signals. It was the largest fine ever for an NFL coach.
3Coached New England Patriots in third Superbowl appearence in his five seasons as the team's head coach. [February 2005]
4With a record of 59-27 (including 6-0 in the playoffs) he led the New England Patriots to their third play-off appearence in his five seasons as the team's head coach. [January 2005]
5Inducted into the Phillips Academy Andover's Athletics Hall of Honor in 2011.
6Named the Associated Press NFL Coach of the Year in 2003 and 2007.
7His father, Steve Bilichick, was an assistant football coach for Navy, where he coached Roger Staubach. He died on 19 November 2005.
8Graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts in 1971.
9Led the New England Patriots to an unofficial NFL record for most consecutive wins at twenty, dating from October 2003 against the Tennessee Titans (won by the Pats 38-30) to October 2004's victory over the Seattle Seahawks (30-20); the record is unofficial because it includes playoff wins (over the Titans and the Indianapolis Colts) including the Superbowl (over the Carolina Panthers). The official record for consecutive wins, encompassing only regular season wins, was tied at seventeen with the Pats' win over the Seahawks.
10With the October 2004 win over the Seattle Seahawks, Belichick's coaching record with the Patriots including playoffs stood at 50-25.
11Named head coach of the Jets for 2000 following Superbowl XXXIV, but was angry because Bill Parcells was moving to the team's front office and would in effect be his puppet master; in a news conference a few days after, he was named coach, he announced his immediate resignation from the job; this brought out a lengthy tirade against Belichick from general manager Steve Gutman. In a costly trade, the New England Patriots traded numerous draft picks to the Jets to get Belichick as head coach. Years later, after winning two Superbowls with the Patriots, Belichick got back at Gutman in a magazine interview - "In all my years of football I've never known a man who talked more and won less than Steve Gutman".
12His first head coaching job was with Art Modell's Cleveland Browns 1991-5; when Modell's feud with the city over a new stadium caused the moving of the franchise to Baltimore, Belichick was released and became an assistant coach under Bill Parcells with the New England Patriots, then with the New York Jets when Parcells moved to that team after the 1996 season.
13Began his pro-football coaching career as a gofer and film-reader with the Detroit Lions in 1976; he often worked with Jerry Glanville, and the two devised schemes that are still in use today; Dick Vermeil has credited both with devising what is now known as the zone blitz.

Trademarks of Bill Belichick

1Wearing sweatsuits

Filmography of Bill Belichick



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