Sean Tuohy Biography
Birthday: November 23, 1959 (Sagittarius)
Born In: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Sean Tuohy is a well-known basketball sports commentator from America who has served as a broadcaster for Memphis Grizzlies, Ole Miss, Westwood One, and CBS Radio. He has also been featured on TV shows including ‘Katie’, ‘Good Morning America’, ‘Fox and Friends’, ‘20/20’, ‘Dr. Drew’, ‘The Today Show’, ‘Sean Hannity’ and ‘Huckabee’. He is most popular for being the inspiration behind Tim McGraw's character in the Oscar-winning movie ‘The Blind Side’ as well as in the Michael Lewis book ‘The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game’. The book and the film are both based on the commentator’s inspiring story of raising NFL player Michael Oher and eventually adopting him. Tuohy is also a restaurateur who, along with his wife, owns more than eighty-five fast food franchises. He is also famous for being an all-time assist leader in Southeastern Conference (SEC). He had started playing basketball in the early 1980s at the University of Mississippi where he was accepted on a basketball scholarship. The American star and his wife are also authors of a book titled ‘In a Heartbeat: Sharing the Power of Cheerful Giving’.