Lyle Alzado Net Worth

Lyle Alzado Net Worth is
$2 Million

Lyle Alzado Biography

As a protection end Alzado was known for his intense and intimidating playing design. Lyle Alzado was created in Brooklyn, NY in April 1949 and passed on in-may 1992. Alzado was a Vardon Trophy Applicant at Lawrence SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. Alzado was called UPI AFC Participant of the entire year in 1977 and PFW NFL Comeback Participant of the entire year in 1982. Alzado was drafted in the 4th circular by the Denver Broncos in the 1971 NFL Draft. He performed for Denver from 1971 to 1978 and for the Cleveland Browns from 1979 to 1981. He was a two period Pro Bowl selection and three period All-Pro selection. During his profession Alzado received Super Bowl XVIII with the Raiders. Alzado completed his profession with the LA Raiders from 1982 to 1985. He was called All-AFC four instances and Second-group All-AFC once. He performed university football for Kilgore University and Yankton University.Lyle Alzado net well worth: Lyle Alzado was an American professional soccer participant who had a net well worth of $2 million. Lyle Alzado was also an actor who made an appearance in the films Ernest Would go to Camp, Tapeheads, Destroyer, Who’s Harry Crumb, Shocktroop, Golf club Fed, Hangfire, Comrades in Hands, and Neon Town. Alzado was also an amateur boxer who fought an exhibition match against Muhammad Ali in 1979. He was among the first major sports athletes in the usa to admit to using anabolic steroids. Lyle Alzado passed on on, may 14, 1992 at age group 43 from brain malignancy.

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Quick Facts

Full NameLyle Alzado
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthApril 3, 1949
DiedMay 14, 1992, Portland, Oregon, United States
Height1.9 m
Weight116 kg
ProfessionActor, American football player
EducationLawrence High School, Yankton College
SpouseKathy Alzado Murray (m. 1991–1992), Kris Alzado (m. 1987–1989), Cindy Alzado (m. 1984–1985)
ParentsMaurice Alzado, Martha Sokolow Alzado
SiblingsPeter Alzado
MoviesNeon City, Hangfire, Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All, Who's Harry Crumb?, Destroyer, Tapeheads, Ernest Goes to Camp, The Double McGuffin
TV ShowsLearning the Ropes

Interesting Facts

1 Alzado played college football at Yankton College in Yankton, SD. Yankton College is now a minimum security federal prison.
2 Inducted into the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.
3 Between acting and football gigs, Alzado was a popular TV spokesman for Hanes underwear: "Even we tough guys like a little extra comfort underneath." Lyle also produced and starred in his own workout video, "No Sweat."
4 In an interview on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series, Peter Alzado who is Lyle Alzado's brother spoke about Lyle: "That violence that you saw on the field was not real stuff. Lyle used football as a way of expressing his anger at the world and at the way he grew up".
5 Was a good friend of Gil Gerard, although they never acted together.
6 Blamed his cancer on steroid use.
7 Defensive end with the Denver Broncos (1971-1978), Cleveland Browns (1979-1981), and Los Angeles Raiders (1982-1985).


1 I never met a man I didn't want to fight.
2 I don't really trust a sane person.



Neon City 1991 Bulk
Comrades in Arms 1991 Gen. Rada
Top Cops 1991 TV Series Robert Fabrey
Hangfire 1991 Albert
Broken Badges 1990 TV Series Tommy Moran
MacGyver 1990 TV Series Tiny
CBS Schoolbreak Special 1990 TV Series Hugo
Dragnet 1990 TV Series Ed Bachman
Club Fed 1990 Brawn
Zapped Again! 1990 Video Coach Kirby
True Blue 1990 TV Series Marv Kosak
Shocktroop 1989 Gen. Orlorf
Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All 1989 TV Movie Reggie Diaz
Who's Harry Crumb? 1989 Man In Apartment
Learning the Ropes 1988 TV Series Robert Randall
Destroyer 1988 Ivan Moser
Tapeheads 1988 Thor Alexeev
The Highwayman 1987 TV Movie Iron Butt
Ernest Goes to Camp 1987 Bronk Stinson (Foreman)
Oceans of Fire 1986 TV Movie Witkowski
Riptide 1985 TV Series Ed Kramden
Trapper John, M.D. 1981 TV Series Dr. Hansley
The Girl, the Gold Watch & Dynamite 1981 TV Movie Mamie
I'm a Big Girl Now 1981 TV Series Rick
The Double McGuffin 1979 Assassin #2


Circle of Champions the History of Woman's Pro Wrestling 2017 Documentary in memory of pre-production


One on One with John Tesh 1991 TV Series Himself
Up Close Primetime 1991 TV Series Himself - Guest
Good Sports 1991 TV Series Himself
Into the Night 1990 TV Series Himself
Out of This World 1990 TV Series Himself
Follies, Crunches and Highlights 1990 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! 1989 TV Series Himself
The Pat Sajak Show 1989 TV Series Himself
The New Hollywood Squares 1989 TV Series Guest Appearance
It's Garry Shandling's Show. 1988 TV Series Himself
Small Wonder 1988 TV Series Himself
Amazing Stories 1985 TV Series Himself
The NFL on CBS 1977-1985 TV Series Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Defensive End / Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End
Yearbook: Class of 1967 1985 TV Special Himself - Host
NFL Monday Night Football 1973-1984 TV Series Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End / Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Defensive End
The NFL on NBC 1972-1984 TV Series Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End / Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Defensive End / Himself - Cleveland Browns Defensive End
Super Bowl XVIII 1984 TV Movie Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Right Defensive End
1983 AFC Championship Game 1984 TV Movie Himself - Los Angeles Raiders Defensive End
Dom DeLuise and Friends 1983 TV Series Himself
Super Bowl XII 1978 TV Special Himself - Denver Broncos Right Defensive End
1977 AFC Championship Game 1978 TV Special Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End

Archive Footage

A Football Life 2014 TV Series Himself
30 for 30 2010 TV Series documentary Himself
Bigger Stronger Faster* 2008 Documentary Himself
ESPN SportsCentury 2003 TV Series documentary Himself

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