Bill Cowher - Height Weight Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Bill Cowher’s height is 6ft 3in (1.90 m)

William Laird “Bill” Cowher (born May 8, 1957) is a former professional American football coach and player in the National Football League (NFL). In Cowher’s 15 seasons as head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team won eight division titles and made 10 playoff appearances. Cowher led the Steelers to the Super Bowl twice, winning one. He is the second coach in NFL history to reach the playoffs in each of his first six seasons as head coach, a feat previously accomplished by Paul Brown. Cowher resigned as head coach of the Steelers on January 5, 2007, 11 months to the day after winning Super Bowl XL in 2006. Cowher was replaced by current Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin. Before being hired by the Steelers in 1992, Cowher served as an assistant coach for the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs under head coach Marty Schottenheimer. He is currently a studio analyst for The NFL Today.

First Name: Bill
Middle Name: Laird
Last Name: Cowher
Birth Full Name: William Laird Cowher
Other Names: The Chin
Born: 8 May, 1957
Birthplace: Crafton, Pennsylvania
Height: 6ft 3in (1.90 m)
Weight: 225 lbs (102.1 kg)
Build: Athletic
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown – Light
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: North Carolina State for a BA in Education (1979)
Occupation: Actor, Studio Analyst, former Football Player and Coach
Filmography: The Dark Knight Rises (2012), The NFL Today (1975, TV Show), Rome (2013), CBS This Morning (2012, TV Show), A Football Life (2012), Jim Rome on Showtime (2012, TV Show), 2007 AFC Championship Game (2008, TV Movie), WWE Draft Special (2007, TV Movie), Fast Cars and Superstars: The Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race (2007, TV Show), 14th Annual ESPY Awards (2006, TV Movie), Super Bowl XL (2006, TV Movie), NBC Sunday Night Football (2006, TV Show), Rachael Ray (2006, TV Show), Super Bowl XL Pre-Game Show (2006, TV Show), America’s Game: The Superbowl Champions (2006, TV Show), NFL Thursday Night Football (2006, TV Show), Mike & Mike (2005, TV Show), 2001 AFC Championship Game (2002, TV Movie), CBS Cares (2000, TV Show), The Waterboy (1998), 1997 AFC Championship Game (1998), Super Bowl XXX (1996, TV Movie), 1995 AFC Championship Game (1996), 1994 AFC Championship Game (1995), Fox NFL Sunday (1994, TV Show), NFL on FOX (1994, TV Show), Charlie Rose (1991, TV Show), TNT Sunday Night Football (1990), 1987 AFC Championship Game (1988, TV Movie), ESPN’s Sunday Night Football (1987, TV Show), 1986 AFC Championship Game (1987, TV Movie), Entertainment Tonight (1981, TV Show), Inside the NFL (1977, TV Show), The NFL Today (1975, TV Show), NFL Monday Night Football (1970, TV Show), NFL Films Presents (1967, TV Show), NFL Game of the Week (1965, TV Show), The NFL on NBC (1960, TV Show), The NFL on CBS (1956, TV Show), NFL Replay (-, TV Show), NFL Classics (-, TV Show)

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