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Peter Clay Carroll was born on September 15, 1951 in San Francisco, California USA, of mixed origin including Irish and Croatian. Pete Carroll is a well-known American football coach of the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). Pete has also been the head coach of the New York Jets, New England Patriots, and the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans. He is one amongst only three coaches who have won both a Super Bowl and a college football national championship.
Have you ever wondered how rich Pete Carroll is? According to sources, it has been estimated that Pete Carroll’s net worth is $12 million, although with an annual salary of an incredible $8 million that could easily change.
Pete Carroll Net Worth $12 Million
Pete showed interest in sports from his childhood. He attended Redwood High School at Larkspur, but because of his lack of weight at only 110 pounds (50kg) he needed a doctor’s approval to play football – Peter subsequently played wide receiver, quarterback or defensive back. Besides football, Pete also played basketball and baseball which led him to receive an award for Athlete of the year.
Carroll enrolled at the College of Marin and played football there for two years, after which he transferred to the University of the Pacific, and played there for the Tigers for two years, receiving All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors in 1971 and 1972. He graduated in 1973 with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, shortly after which he tried for Honolulu Hawaiians of the World Football League in Riverside, but was rejected.
Carroll was noticed by his head coach Chester Caddas, who offered him a job as a graduate assistant on his staff at Pacific, which he accepted, and served three years, working with the wide-receivers and secondary defenders. After graduation at Pacific, Carrol was hired by the University of Arkansas in 1977 and spent the season as a graduate assistant, making $182 a month coaching Razorbacks who won the 1978 Orange Bowl. It was the start of his net worth.
In the following season, Pete Carroll moved to Iowa State University, and was hired as an assistant by Earle Bruce. Shortly after that they moved to Ohio State University where they coached the Ohio state squad who made it to the 1980 Rose Bowl.
Carroll was then hired by Pacific’s head coach Bob Cope as his assistant in 1983, but in 1984 Carroll left Pacific and entered the NFL, as the defensive backs coach of the Buffalo Bills. The following year, Pete worked for the Minnesota Vikings where he had the same position for five seasons, and because of his success with the Vikings, he was hired by Bruce Colset as defensive coordinator for New York Jets (1989-1993).
Then Carroll became a head coach of Jets in 1994, but was fired after a losing season, so in 1995-96 Carroll worked as the defense coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers, at which he was considered most successful, and led him to the head coaching role of the New England Patriots in 1997, succeeding coach Bill Parcells, and where he worked until 1999.
In December of 2000 it was announced that Carroll would head coach the USC Trojans, signing a contract for five seasons, replacing Paul Hackett. He earned $1 million annually but received a raise after 2002 and in 2004 his annual earning was $3 million. In nine seasons, USC won two national collegiate titles and played in another final, with Carroll sporting a most impressive 83-19 win-loss record.
In 2010 after some controversial NCAA sanctions against USC, Carroll announced that he would leave to become head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, signing a five year contract worth an impressive $33 million. His crowning glory to date has been the Seahawks winning the 2014 Super Bowl, and then being losing finalists the year after.
Regarding his personal life, Carroll was married to Wendy Pearl(1973-75) and has been married to Glena Goranson since 1976 – they have three children. He is a noted philanthropist, including founding charity A Better LA, with the aim of reducing violence in certain areas of Los Angeles.
|Full Name||Pete Carroll|
|Net Worth||$12 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 15, 1951|
|Place Of Birth||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Profession||American Football coach, American football player, Coach, Athlete|
|Education||Redwood High School in Larkspur, College of Marin|
|Spouse||Glena Goranson (m. 1976), Wendy Pearl (m. 1973–1975)|
|Children||Brennan Carroll, Nathan Carroll, Jaime Carroll|
|Parents||Rita (née Bann), James Edward "Jim" Carroll|
|Nicknames||Peter Clay Carroll , Pete Carrol , Coach Pete Carrol|
|Awards||Super Bowl championship (XLVIII), NFC champion (2013, 2014), All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors (1971, 1972), AP National Championship (2003, 2004), Emerald Bowl champion (2009), FedEx Orange Bowl champions (2002, 2004)|
|Nominations||Rose Bowl Game Presented by Citi champions (2003, 2006, 2007, 2008), Redwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame (2009)|
|Movies||2009 Rose Bowl Game|
|1||[on bravery] It's courage and character that make the difference between players and great players, between great surgeons and ones who bury their mistakes.|
|1||(December 15) Named head coach of the University of Southern California football team. Under Carroll, USC has won two national titles. |
|2||Coached the New York Jets in 1994, became San Francisco Forty-Niners defensive coordinator, then served as head coach of the New England Patriots 1997-1999.|
|Cubed||2010||TV Series||Pete Carroll|
|Pete Carroll's Trip to Seattle Delayed||2010||Video short||Pete Carroll|
|The World's Greatest Athlete||1973||Running Back footballer (uncredited)|
|Michael Bernard Beckwith: The Answer Is You||2009||TV Movie documentary special thanks|
|NFL Films Presents||2015-2016||TV Series documentary||Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach / Himself|
|All or Nothing: A Season with the Arizona Cardinals||2016||TV Series||Himself - Head Coach / Himself - Seahawks Head Coach|
|60 Minutes||2008-2015||TV Series documentary||Himself - Head Coach, Seattle Seahawks (segment "Football and the Brain") / Himself - Head Coach, Seattle Seahawks (segment "Blindsided") / Himself - Coach (segment "Coach Carroll")|
|60 Minutes Sports||2015||TV Series documentary||Himself - Head Coach, Seattle Seahawks (segment "The Art of the Cornerback")|
|30 for 30||2015||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Dream Camp: Seattle||2015||Documentary|
|Super Bowl XLIX||2015||TV Special||Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach|
|Kid President: Declaration of Awesome||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Super Bowl XLVIII||2014||TV Special||Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach|
|The Queen Latifah Show||2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The NFL on CBS||1986-2013||TV Series||Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach / Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach / Himself - Minnesota Vikings Defensive Backs Coach|
|NFL Rush Zone||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|All American Heavyweights||2011||Short||Himself|
|The Making of a First Rounder: The DeSean Jackson Story||2011||Video documentary|
|Year of the Quarterback: Elite 11||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|NBC Sunday Night Football||2011||TV Series||Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach|
|Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel||2010||TV Series||Himself - Head Coach, Seattle Seahawks (segment "Pete Carroll")|
|Mike & Mike||2010||TV Series||Himself|
|2009 Emerald Bowl||2009||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|ESPN Road Trip||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|Rome Is Burning||2006-2009||TV Series||Himself|
|2009 Rose Bowl||2009||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|Spiritual Liberation||2009||Video documentary|
|2008 Rose Bowl||2008||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime||2007||TV Series||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|2007 NFL Draft||2007||TV Special||Himself|
|2007 Rose Bowl||2007||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|2006 Rose Bowl||2006||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|The History of USC Football||2005||Video||Himself|
|2004 Rose Bowl||2004||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|2003 FedEx Orange Bowl||2003||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|2001 SEGA Sports Las Vegas Bowl||2001||TV Movie||Himself - USC Trojans Head Coach|
|ESPN's Sunday Night Football||1987-1999||TV Series||Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach / Himself - Minnesota Vikings Defensive Backs Coach / Himself - San Francisco 49ers Defensive Coordinator / ...|
|NFL Monday Night Football||1984-1999||TV Series||Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach / Himself - New York Jets Defensive Coordinator / Himself - Minnesota Vikings Defensive Backs Coach / ...|
|The NFL on NBC||1984-1997||TV Series||Himself - New York Jets Defensive Coordinator / Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach / Himself - Buffalo Bills Defensive Back|
|TNT Sunday Night Football||1992-1997||TV Series||Himself - New York Jets Defensive Coordinator / Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach / Himself - New York Jets Head Coach|
|NFL on FOX||1994-1996||TV Series||Himself - San Francisco 49ers Defensive Coordinator / Himself - New York Jets Head Coach|
|1987 NFC Championship Game||1988||TV Movie||Himself - Minnesota Vikings Defensive Backs Coach|
|1980 Rose Bowl||1980||TV Movie||Himself - Ohio St. Buckeyes Secondary Coordinator|
|1978 Orange Bowl||1978||TV Movie||Himself - Arkansas Razorbacks Graduate Assistant|
|Mike & Mike||2013-2017||TV Series||Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach|
|Inside Edition||2015||TV Series documentary||Himself - Seattle Seahawks Coach|
|A Football Life||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||2012||TV Series||Himself - After Seahawks-Packers Game|
|30 for 30||2010||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Rome Is Burning||2007-2009||TV Series||Himself|
|ESPN Outside the Lines||2005||TV Series||Himself|