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Joe Paterno Net Worth

Joe Paterno Net Worth is
$10 Million

Joe Paterno's salary
$568 Thousand

Joe Paterno Bio/Wiki 2018

Nevertheless, his football coaching career ended because of a kid sex abuse scandal. Originating from Brooklyn, ny, Joe Paterno attended Brown University where he played as a cornerback and quarterback. Instead of pursuing his first plans to become an attorney, Joe Paterno was hired as an Assistant football coach at Penn State University, where he afterwards worked as the head coach. While working as the team’s head coach, he led the team to 2 undefeated regular seasons in 1968 and 1969. Later on, the team won tournaments in 1986 and 1982. In 2007, he became an inductee to College Football Hall of Fame. As a head coach, he’s directed the team to 37 Bowls, winning 24 of them. The head turned down offers to become head coach to NFL teams like New England Patriots, and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Joe Paterno Net Worth $10 Million

Joe Paterno is wed to his wife Suzanne Pohland who was 13 years his senior. The couple has five children together named Diana, Mary Kay, Scott, David, and Joseph Jr.



Full NameJoe Paterno
Net Worth$10 Million
Salary$568 Thousand
Date Of BirthDecember 21, 1926, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
DiedJanuary 22, 2012, State College, Pennsylvania, United States
Place Of BirthBrooklyn
ProfessionCoach, American football player, American Football coach
EducationBrown University
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseSusan Pohland (m. 1962–2012)
ChildrenJay Paterno, Diana Paterno, Scott Paterno, David Paterno, Mary Kay Paterno
ParentsFlorence de LaSalle Cafiero, Angelo Lafayette Paterno
SiblingsCissy Paterno, George Paterno
NicknamesJoseph Vincent Paterno, Joe, Jo Pa, JoePa
AwardsSports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year
#Trademark
1Extremely thick pair of glasses
#Fact
1Father of Jay Paterno.
2Due to the Penn State sex scandal, the NCAA vacated Paterno's wins from 1998 through 2011.
3On July 22, 2012, Penn State announced it had removed the statue and "store[d] it in a secure location, citing that it had become a "source of division and an obstacle to healing." The accompanying plaques and quotations were removed as well.
4Due to the Penn State sex scandal, on July 12, 2012, Mark Parker the president of Nike Inc. said he is changing the name of the Joe Paterno Child Development Center, a child care facility at the company's headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.
5Penn State head football coach (1966-2011).
6After years of refusing to make his salary public, his salary was revealed to be $500,000 per year in November 2007.
7Named The Associated Press college football coach of the year (20 December 2005)
8Is among the all-time leaders in wins by a major college coach. As of December 2005, he was second only to Bobby Bowden.
9All five of his children are Penn State graduates.
10Was Penn State head football coach from 1966 until midway through the 2011 season.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
2011 Outback Bowl2011TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
2010 Capital One Bowl2010TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
2009 Rose Bowl2009TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
8:Ivy League Football and America2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
2007 Valero Alamo Bowl2007TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
2007 Outback Bowl2007TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
2006 FedEx Orange Bowl2006TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
Costas Now2005TV SeriesHimself - Football Coach
ESPN 25: Who's #1?2004TV Series documentaryHimself
2003 Capital One Bowl2003TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
Go Tigers!2001DocumentaryHimself
ESPN SportsCentury2000TV Series documentaryHimself
1999 Outback Bowl1999TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
Ageless Heroes1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
1996 Outback Bowl1996TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1995 Rose Bowl1995TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1994 CompUSA Florida Citrus Bowl1994TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1992 IBM OS/2 Fiesta Bowl1992TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1989 Holiday Bowl1989TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1988 Florida Citrus Bowl1988TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1987 Sunkist Fiesta Bowl1987TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1986 Orange Bowl1986TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1983 Aloha Bowl1983TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1982 Fiesta Bowl1982TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1980 Fiesta Bowl1980TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1979 Liberty Bowl1979TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1977 Fiesta Bowl1977TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1975 Cotton Bowl1975TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1974 Orange Bowl1974TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
The Winners1973TV Series documentary
1972 Cotton Bowl1972TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1970 Orange Bowl1970TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1969 Orange Bowl1969TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach
1967 Gator Bowl1967TV MovieHimself - Penn St. Nittany Lions Head Coach

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Coached into Silence2017Documentary filmingHimself
Mike & Mike2016TV SeriesHimself - Former Pennslyvania State University Football Coach
A Football Life2015TV SeriesHimself
ESPN Films2014TV SeriesHimself - Archive
30 for 302014TV Series documentaryHimself
60 Minutes Sports2013TV Series documentaryHimself - Penn State Coach (segment "The Prosecutors")
Rome Is Burning2008TV SeriesHimself

Known for movies

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