ESPN Analyst, Heisman Trophy winner and NCAA National Football Champion
Tim Tebow Bio
Tim Tebow is a two-time national champion, first-round NFL draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner. In addition, he serves as a college football analyst for ESPN. Prior to joining ESPN Tebow played three years in the NFL for the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets. Recently, Tebow retired from professional baseball where he was a member of the New York Mets organization. Tebow is the author of five New York Times Best Selling books; Through My Eyes, which was named the #1 sports and religion book of 2011 and Shaken: "Discovering your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms" which released in 2016 and won the 2017 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Book of the Year. His third New York Times bestseller, This Is The Day, was released in September of 2018 and the latest, his fourth New York Times Best Selling book, and his first children's book, Bronco and Friends: A Party to Remember released on January 5, 2021. Tim Tebow grew up the son of missionaries and has returned to the Philippines several times throughout his life to spread God's word and do the Lord's work by serving the needy. The Tim Tebow Foundation was established in 2010 with the goal to bring Faith, Hope, and Love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need. The foundation fulfills this mission every day by making dreams come true for children with life- threatening illnesses, building Timmy's Playrooms in children's hospitals, providing life- changing surgeries to children of the Philippines through the Tebow CURE Hospital, sponsoring Night to Shine, a nationwide prom and worldwide movement for people with special needs, providing care for orphans in six countries and adoption aid grants for families who choose to adopt an international child with special needs. Tim is married to Demi-Leigh Tebow (nee Nel-Peters) who is a South African model and former beauty queen who was crowned Miss Universe 2017. She was crowned Miss South Africa 2017, and is the second Miss Universe winner from South Africa.