Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw, quarterback of four Steelers’ Super Bowl-winning teams in the 1970s would reinvent himself as a broadcaster and entertainer. As a player, the 6-foot-3 Shreveport, Louisiana native, became the first overall pick in the 1970 NFL Draft who threw the iconic "Immaculate Reception" pass and led the Steelers to 7 division titles in an 8-season span. Off-the-field, the highly-sensitive Bradshaw was less comfortable, however. “I never go out to the restaurants that I used to frequent, don’t read the newspapers because they’re gonna say bad things about you,” he once said. People often called him dumb, which made him resentful and angry, but he found solace on the field – especially in the clutch and in big games, and he won two Super Bowl MVPs. To modern football fans, though, Bradshaw has become a household name as an iconic personality on Fox Sports' NFL pregame show. He’s also a country-western and gospel singer, a best-selling author, and a comedic movie actor whose star graces the Hollywood Walk of Fame.