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Timothy Thomas Hasselbeck is a former American football quarterback who now works as an ESPN analyst. He played for the New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals in the NFL, and the NFL Europe's Berlin Thunder. He was a member of the Boston College football team. Matt Hasselbeck, a former NFL quarterback, is his younger brother. He is most famous for his marriage to TV personality Elisabeth Hasselbeck,
Tim Hasselbeck was born on April 6, 1978, in Norfolk, MA. Tim hailed from an NFL family and followed in the footsteps of his father and older brother. In the case of his brother Matt, he followed him into the NFL and attended the same college and eventually earned the same starting position of the quarterback during his collegiate career.
Tim is married to the TV personality Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who was his girlfriend at Boston College. They had their first date in 1997, which they claim lasted for about 14 hours. They had an instant spark and didn't want their date to end. They had dinner at a local restaurant and had their first kiss at the college football stadium. She thought her first date with her husband was fate. They got married in her hometown with a lovely ceremony for 200 guests.
His wife, Elisabeth, is famous for being a contestant on Survivor and for her traditionalist views as co-host of the Emmy-winning ABC show The View. The show has a cast of all females. They try to have females from different walks of life to provide viewers with different viewpoints. Rumors started popping up that Elisabeth's conservative outlook was becoming more and more unpopular with viewers, allegedly resulting in her termination from the show. Elisabeth joined Fox and Friends' right-wing morning news talk show more in line with her political beliefs. The couple has three kids, one daughter and two sons. On November 23, 2015, Elisabeth made a teary-eyed announcement that she was leaving television to focus on her family.
Tim's tenure in the NFL lasted from 2002 to 2007, with six seasons on five different teams. Tim's net worth is 12 million dollars, an impressive number, though not as high as his brother Matt's 18 million. Tim's brotherly loyalty was put into question when he publicly doubted his brother's ability to carry the Colts to victory as the back-up quarterback when their starting player was injured. Though Tim respects Matt as a player and loves him as a brother, he cited his older brother's age as a significant hurdle to the team's success.
Before their marriage, when he was asked whether Elizabeth would win Survivor, he said that he had many hopes and that she would be a millionaire when he married her. The Hasselbecks seem to have a great sense of humor. Tim has said that he is better known as "the boyfriend of Elisabeth from Survivor" than as an NFL quarterback. He often comes across as having a quiet and reserved demeanor. Elisabeth, on the other hand, is a person who is always up to something. In 2010, the Hasselbecks performed a "job swap," requiring Elisabeth to provide live NFL commentary and Tim to improvise on the morning talk show with the rest of the bubbly, all-female panel of The View.
Rumors briefly flared up that Tim and Elisabeth were getting divorced because Elisabeth stopped wearing her wedding ring on TV. However, these suspicions were short-lived because Elisabeth had a legit and boring reason for not wearing the ring. Tim is reported as "the leader at home," and the family upholds traditional Christian values as Elisabeth has always promoted on her shows. They are a perfect match because of their religious views. If Tim had a different faith, there is no way Elisabeth would have stayed married to him. She is such a devoted believer in her confidence that she has managed to get into trouble for sticking to her views. Many of her critics don't understand why she can have such outdated ideas in this modern world, but she doesn't care. She will speak her voice on issues that matter to her, even if it gets her fired.
Neither of them has been married previously. Elisabeth has given credit to the influence of her in-laws for much of her career growth. Tim's parents have always supported his career and have given him good advice on succeeding. They didn't mind sharing those secrets with their daughter-in-law.
In 2012, the couple decided to leave the city life behind. They sold their Upper West Side apartment for 3 million dollars and traded up for a big house in the suburbs for the sake of their children. Their place in the city, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, was dwarfed by their new home. The 7,600 square foot Greenwich estate has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, an au pair suite, and is located in an area filled with hedge fund managers. This lavish family home costs the power couple 4.2 million dollars. They wanted to raise their kids in the quiet suburbs instead of the noisy city. They felt that their children would become better people if they were raised in a peaceful area and away from the potential problems and danger to the town.
They do not talk much about their marital life or any other personal problems. They don't want to resort to cheap tactics like using much of the show time to inform the public about small fights to increase the show's popularity. They also seem to have made a concerted effort to shield their three kids from the media. Since they are in the entertainment and sports worlds, they are well aware of how kids in the industry can grow up to be spoiled. They want their kids to learn the importance of hard work. They don't want the media to give their kids unnecessary attention that will inflate their egos. Even though they worked hard to have extraordinary lives for financial success, they don't want their kids to develop bad attitudes.
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