OJ Simpson is born on July 09, 1947, ( ) and his place of birth is America. His profession is American football player, Actor, Film Producer. His zodiac sign is Cancer. He is well-known for his American football player line of work.

OJ Simpson Bio

O.J. Simpson is an American football player, sports commentator and actor who has a net worth of $3 million. He is also a convicted criminal thanks to a robbery/kidnapping incident that took place in Las Vegas in 2007. Simpson was also found financially responsible for the murder of Ronald Goldman. In 1995, Simpson was found criminally not guilty for the murder of Ron Goldman and and his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson. He was not sued civilly for Nicole’s death. As a result of the Ron Goldman civil case, OJ was ordered to pay the Goldman family $33.5 million in damages. That number has grown to over $40 million today with interest. Roughly $500,000 was paid down through the sale various assets and memorabilia.

According to legal filings submitted his 1992 divorce from Nicole, OJ at that point had a net worth of $10.8 million. That’s the same as around $18 million today. Around half of his net worth came from the value of his Brentwood estate. He bought that estate in 1977 for $650,000 (roughly $2.5 million in 2016 dollars). Furthermore, the same filings showed that OJ’s monthly income in 1992 was $55,000. That’s the equivalent of $92,000 per month after adjusting for inflation, roughly $1.1 million per year today. The majority of that income came from his Hertz endorsement contract.

Today O.J.’s primary sources of income is a fully-funded NFL pension that reportedly is worth as much as $5 million. State law protects this pension money from being claimed by the Goldman family.

To settle the divorce, OJ agreed to pay Nicole $10,000 per month in child support plus a one-time payment of $433,750 ($730,000 after adjusting for inflation). OJ also gave Nicole a rental property in San Francisco. OJ continued to live in his Brentwood mansion until he was evicted in 1997 after defaulting on the mortgage. The 6,200 square foot house was bought in foreclosure for $4 million and demolished in 1998.

O.J. Simpson was born in San Francisco, California on July 9, 1947. He was raised there by Eunice, a hospital administrator, and Jimmy Lee Simpson, a chef and bank custodian. O.J’s dad was a popular drag queen in the San Francisco Bay area who later in life announced he was gay and died of AIDS in 1986. His parents separated in 1952 and thereafter O.J. was raised by his mother. In his early teenage years, O.J. joined the street gang The Persian Warriors and was briefly incarcerated at a juvenile detention center. A chance meeting with baseball star Willie Mays inspired Simpson to clean up his life and stay out of trouble. After graduating Galileo High School, he attended community college before going to the University of Southern California on a football scholarship. At USC, he was a candidate for the Heisman Trophy as a junior, and won the award as a senior.

Personal Information
Full Name OJ Simpson
Profession American football player, Actor, Film Producer
Nationality United States of America
Birthday July 09
Birth date July 9, 1947
Birth Week day Wednesday
Current Age
Birth sign Cancer

Before the 1978 season, Simpson was traded to the San Francisco 49ers, where he remained for two seasons. His final NFL game was on December 16, 1979 in a loss to the Atlanta Falcons. O.J.’s final play was a 10-yard run on 3rd and 10 for a first down. He played in six Pro Bowls and was inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985. In 2019, Simpson was named to the National Football League 100th Anniversary All-Time Team.

In 1969, Simpson was drafted as a number-one draft pick by the Buffalo Bills. Simpson demanded what was at the time the largest contract in pro sports history: $650,000 for five years. This led to tension and a standoff with the Bills’ owner Ralph Wilson. Simpson threatened to skip playing pro football altogether and become an actor. Eventually, Wilson agreed to Simpson’s terms. He struggled in his first three years and averaged only 622 yards per season. Finally in 1972, Simpson rushed over 1,000 yards for the first time in his pro career. In 1973, he became the first NFL player to rush for over two thousand yards in a single season. In 1975, he won the rushing title again, rushing 1,817 yards and scoring 16 touchdowns. Simpson’s 1977 season was cut short due to an injury.

O.J. got the nickname Juice as a play on O.J., the common abbreviation for orange juice. Juice is also a synonym for electricity, hence a powerful for a powerful entity. During O.J.’s career peak, the Bills’ offensive line was nicknamed The Electric Company.

When he was drafted by the Bills, OJ demanded (and after a brief standoff eventually received) a 5-year $650,000 contract. That’s the same as around $4.5 million today after adjusting for inflation. At the time it was the largest contract in professional sports history.

OJ Simpson Net Worth $3 Million

Net Worth and Income Information
Networth $3 Million
Salary Info not available
Source of Income American football player
Business Attached with few Business
Cars Probably Owns
House Living in Own House in United States of America

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Height 6 ft (1.85 m)
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