Who is Charlotte Hopkins?
Charlotte ‘Charla’ Hopkins was born in Texas, USA, on 17 April 1962 – her zodiac sign is Aries, and she holds American nationality. She’s a lawyer, while she’s perhaps known best for having been the third wife of Terry Bradshaw, a retired professional American Football player.
Early life and education
Charlotte was raised in Texas by her parents about whom only a little is known, because she respects their privacy; it’s said that her father was a lawyer, thus her interest in the field, and that her mother was a real estate agent. Charlotte hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, and is thus believed to be an only child.
She was highly active while growing up, and was interested in numerous activities, including enjoying learning about law from her father. Charlotte played a couple of sports while attending Denton High School, including soccer and tennis, and was also a member of her school’s drama club, appearing in many plays performed there; she matriculated in 1980, and was amongst the top of her class.
Charlotte continued her education at Texas Woman’s University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1984. Then Southern Methodist University to attain her law degree.
Career as a lawyer
Charlotte has been working as a lawyer for more than three decades now, and is today a member of Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, as well as of State Bar of Texas District 14 Grievance Committee, and the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists; she’s been named amongst the Top 50 Female Lawyers in Texas and amongst Top 100 Super Attorneys in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Charlotte’s also an author, having published her book “Who Gets The Family Pet In A Divorce?”
Love life and marriage with Terry Bradshaw
Charlotte prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but it’s still widely known that she’s married twice.
She met Terry either in 1980 or 1981, as neither has spoken about how and when they met, but it’s believed that they were set up on a blind date by a mutual friend. They exchanged vows in 1983, in a private ceremony attended by only the closest of their friends and family members; Charlotte gave birth to their daughters Erin and Rachel in the following 10 years, but she and Terry divorced in 1999.
Charlotte married her second husband Rick Hagen on 29 July 2012; not a lot is known about Rick, as he prefers to stay away from the media’s attention, but it’s said that he’s a businessman.
As of May 2022, Charlotte’s married to her second husband Rick Hagen, and has two daughters with her first husband Terry Bradshaw.
Hobbies and other interests
Charlotte’s into travelling, and her career as a lawyer has taken her to various US states, while she’s also been to a couple of South American and European countries, for both work and pleasure; her dream travel destination is London, England.
She’s taking good care of both her mental and physical health, as she practices yoga on a daily basis, and has multiple training sessions at the gym every week.
Charlotte’s a lover of animals, with dogs and ducks being her favorites.
She’s into reading books in her spare time – her favorite author is Ernest Hemingway, while a couple of her favorite books include “The Old Man and the Sea”, “A Moveable Feast” and “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”.
Charlott Hopkings 3era esposa de Terry Bradshaw
Charlotte enjoys watching movies – her favorite actor and actress are Leonardo DiCaprio and Meg Ryan, while a couple of her favorite films are “Titanic”, “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail”.
Age, height and net worth
Charlotte’s age is 60. She has long brown hair which she usually dyes blonde, her eyes are blue, her height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m); she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).
As of May 2022, Charlotte’s net worth stands at over $2 million, while her former husband Terry’s net worth has been estimated at more than $45 million.
Who is her former husband Terry?
Terry Paxton Bradshaw was born in Shreveport, Louisiana USA, on 2 September 1948 – his zodiac sign is Virgo, and he holds American nationality. Although best remembered for the 14 years which he spent playing as a quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL), Terry’s also known for being an actor, singer and sports analyst.
He was raised in Camanche, Iowa alongside his brothers Gary and Craig, by their mother Novis (nee Gay) who was a housewife, and their father William Marvin ‘Bill’ Bradshaw who was in the US Navy; the family moved back to Shreveport when Terry was 13 years old. He began thinking about becoming a professional American Football player upon enrolling at Woodlawn High School, where he was coached by A. L. Williams. Terry helped the Woodlawn Knights reach the 1965 AAA State Championship, where they were defeated by the Sulphur Golden Tornadoes. He was also a javelin thrower while at Woodlawn, and set a national record by throwing 245ft (74.68m); because of this, Terry was featured in the magazine “Sports Illustrated”.
He matriculated in 1966, and then enrolled at Louisiana Tech University on a football scholarship. During his time there, Terry was eventually rated the best college Football Player, and was upon graduating in 1970 presented with the Golden Plate Award by the American Academy of Achievement. In 1984, he was inducted into the Louisiana Tech’s Sports Hall of Fame, and then into the State of Louisiana’s Sports Hall of Fame four years later.
He was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970 NFL Draft as the 1st overall pick, and went on to win four Super Bowls with them, as well as eight American Football Conference (AFC) Central Championships.
The Steelers reached Super Bowl IX in 1975, playing against the Minnesota Vikings on 12 January, winning 16-6; they faced the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl X on 18 January 1976, defeating them 21-17. Terry won his third Super Bowl (XIII) on 21 January 1979, when the Steelers beat the Dallas Cowboys 35-31, and he won his fourth Super Bowl (XIV) on 20 January 1980, when the Steelers defeated the Los Angeles Rams 31-19.
His final football game was on 10 December 1983, when the Steelers defeated the New York Jets 34-7, while he officially retired on 24 July 1984.
Terry then became an NFL game analyst, a job which he has been holding to this day.
He’s also an actor, having made a guest appearance in an episode of numerous comedy series, including “Malcolm in the Middle”, “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “The Larry Sanders Show”, while he has also appeared in several movies, such as the 1978 action comedy “Hooper” and the 1981 comedy drama “The Cannonball Run”; on 11 October 2001, Terry became the first NFL player to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
He married his first wife Melissa Babish – an ex-Miss Teenage America – in 1972, but they divorced after a year. His second wife was American figure skater Alicia ‘JoJo’ Starbuck, and they were married from 1976 to 1983. Terry began dating Tammy – maiden name unknown – only a couple of months after his divorce from Charlotte, but they didn’t marry until 8 July 2014.