|born on||21 August 1959 at 17:43 (= 5:43 PM )|
|Place||Jersey City, New Jersey, 40n44, 74w05|
|Timezone||EDT h4w (is daylight saving time)|
|Astrology data||28°04' 08°52 Asc. 19°06'|
American football quarterback with the Chicago Bears, known for a fast ball and a fast mouth. His outrageous persona and trademark mirrored sunglasses delighted football fans and led to commercial pitchman jobs. Whether it was through his play or endorsements, he always conveyed a macho and hip image. He played college football for Brigham Young University from 1977 to 1981. In 1985, McMahon was named Professional Quarterback of the year. He led the Bears to a Super Bowl Victory in 1986. McMahon was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1986 and in 1998, was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in Gary, Indiana.
McMahon grew up in San Jose, California, the son of an accountant. His history of continual injuries began at the age of six when he accidentally stabbed himself in the eye with a fork, leaving his pupil permanently dilated. For this reason he continually wears his sunglasses. When he was 16, the family moved to Roy, Utah. At 18, he entered Brigham Young University where he played excellent college football. Attending a school where students pledge not to drink was difficult for the quarterback who loved to party. McMahon's reputation for drinking beer and chewing tobacco earned him frequent discipline speeches from his football coach. Called "Jimbo" by his friends, McMahon was a Roman Catholic in a school of the Mormon faith. His difference in behavior made others stay clear of his influence.
In 1982, McMahon reported to the Chicago Bears training camp in a black limousine. His teammates expected an upstanding citizen filtered from a straight arrow school and instead, they met a rebel. He played football like an aggressive offensive lineman. While other quarterbacks avoid getting hit on the field, McMahon enjoyed butting heads with players. Chicago Bears coach, Mike Ditka, found Jimbo playing deaf to some of his calls on the sidelines. McMahon relished the aggressiveness of the sport and tried to fire up his teammates in the huddle.
His annual salary with the Bears was $700,000 and he also earned an estimated $3 million though commercials as he endorsed everything from Hondas to Miracle Whip. He did a "Mad Max" poster that sold about 300,000 and wrote a best-selling autobiography entitled "McMahon!"
McMahon seemed invincible until he separated his shoulder in September 1986. He had surgery but his future career in football at that point was questionable. He completed his career with the Bears in 1988 and in the following season, on 8/18/1989, was traded to San Diego where he played for the San Diego Chargers. In 1990-92, McMahon hustled the ball for the Philadelphia Eagles, and in 1993 he quarterbacked for the Minnesota Vikings. In 1995, he played for the Green Bay Packers, and in 1997 led the team to the Super Bowl Championship. After the games, the champ fueled up on junk food such Cheez Doodles, Ding Dongs, and fruit pies.
McMahon married his wife Nancy and the couple produced a daughter Ashley and son Sean. They lived in Northbrook, Illinois.
- Social : Joined group 1977 at 12:00 midnight in Salt Lake City, UT (BYU football team)
- Social : Left group 1981 at 12:00 midnight in Salt Lake City, UT (BYU football team)
- Work : New Career 1982 at 12:00 midnight in Chicago, IL (Started with Chicago Bears)
- Work : Prize 1985 (Named Pro Quarterback of the Year)
- Work : Prize 1986 (Super Bowl victory)
- Work : Prize 1986 (Inducted into Football Hall of Fame)
- Health : Medical procedure 15 September 1986 (Surgery to correct seperated shoulder)
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- Work : New Job 18 August 1989 at 12:00 noon in San Diego, CA (Traded to San Diego)
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- Work : New Job 1990 (Traded to Philadelphia Eagles)
- Work : New Job 1993 (Traded to Minnesota Vikings)
- Work : New Job 1995 (Traded to Green Bay Packers)
- Work : Prize 1997 (Super Bowl victory)
- Work : Prize 1998 at 12:00 midnight in Gary, IN (Inducted into College Football Hall of Fame)
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- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Eyes (Pupil permanently dialated)
- Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Accident/Injury (Injuries from age six)
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One)
- Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (Two)
- Lifestyle : Work : Hazardous work (Professional football)
- Lifestyle : Work : Job-Related Injury (Separated shoulder)
- Lifestyle : Work : Work in team/ Tandem (Football teams)
- Lifestyle : Financial : Wealthy
- Lifestyle : Social Life : Party animal (Loved to party, but at strict school)
- Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Western (Roman Catholic)
- Vocation : Business/Marketing : Advertising (Commercial endorsements)
- Vocation : Sports : Football (Pro, quarterback)
- Vocation : Writers : Autobiographer
- Notable : Awards : Hall of Fame (College and Pro Football)
- Notable : Awards : Sports Championship (Super Bowl victor X2)
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession