Born on November 18, 1956, Warren Moon is a former American gridiron football quarterback who played football for 23 seasons. He is currently the color commentator for the Seahawks radio network, alongside Steve Raible. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006, becoming the first African-American quarterback and the first undrafted quarterback to receive the honor. He became a center of attraction when he was accused of sexual harassment and sexual battery in a lawsuit filed by a female employee of his sports marketing firm and took a leave of absence from his role on Seattle Seahawks radio broadcasts. For more information, read the article below.
Before Fame: He attended University of Washington.
Warren Moon Parents/Ethnicity/Religion
Born in Los Angeles, he is the middle child amongst six sisters. His father, Harold was a laborer and died of liver disease when he was seven years old. His mother, Pat was a nurse.
Warren Moon Affair/Married/Wife
He married Felicia Hendricks in 1981. They had four children together and divorced in 2001. In 2005, he married Mandy Ritter. For more information, contact him on twitter.
— Warren Moon (@WMoon1) December 5, 2017
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Harold Warren Moon
- Nicknames: Warren
- Birthday: November 18, 1956
- Age: 61 years old
- Birthplace: Los Angeles, California
- Current Residence: United States
- Education: West Los Angeles College, University of Washington
- Profession: football player
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: Black
- Religion: Not Available
- Zodiac: Scorpio
- Spouse/Wife: Felicia Hendricks (div. 2001), Mandy Ritter (m. 2005)
- Children: 4
- Net Worth: $12 million USD
- Height: 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m)
- Weight: 100 kg (221 lbs)
- Feet Size: Not Available
- Dress Size: Not Available
- Shoe Size: Not Available
- Chest Size: Not Available
- Biceps: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- After coming out of the University of Washington, he spent 5 years (1979-1983) in the Canadian Football League with the Edmonton Eskimos.
- He was First Quarterback to pass for over 4,000 yards in a season for Houston Oilers (now Tennessee Titans) – 4,689 yards in 1990.
- He won five consecutive Grey Cups with the Edmonton Eskimos from 1978-1982.
- He is one of only two people to be inducted into both the Canadian Football Hall of Fame (2001) and the (US) Pro Football Hall of Fame (2006). The other is coach Bud Grant.