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American football player
Born: June 18, 1963 (age 57 years), Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Forced fumbles: 43
Spouse: Carmen Smith (m. 1990)
Number: 78 (Buffalo Bills / Defensive end)
Birthday: June 18, 1963 Black Celebrities Born On June 18
Famous: Black Sportspersons American Football Players
Age: 57 Years, 57 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Gemini
Also Known As: Bruce Bernard Smith
Born Country: United States
Born In: Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Famous As: American Football Player
Height: 6’4″ (193 cm), 6’4″ Males
Spouse/Ex-: Carmen Smith (M. 1990)
Father: George Smith
Mother: Annie Smith
Children: Alston Smith
U.S. State: Virginia, African-American From Virginia
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Smith lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Having returned to his home state, Smith works as a large-scale hotel designer, undertaking many projects with Armada Hoffler.
Most recently, he returned to Blacksburg, the site of his collegiate successes, where he purchased the Red Lion Inn.
He built a Hilton Garden Inn Hotel with 137 sleeping rooms and is working on redeveloping the site (Smith’s Landing, hotel and restaurant complex).
A Baptist, he is a member of Queen Street Baptist Church in Norfolk. Smith and his wife Carmen have a son, Alston.
Smith also works with Thurman Thomas in their new business venture, Legends Energy Group.
They promote energy programs across North America.
Smith, with Andre Reed, Thurman Thomas, and Jim Kelly would be the subject of the 30 for 30 film – Four Falls of Buffalo.
Smith was arrested on May 15, 2009 and convicted on July 9, 2009 with driving under the influence, speeding, and refusing to take an alcohol breath test.
Smith has two previous DUI arrests.
Bruce Smith was born on June 18, 1963, in Norfolk, Virginia.
He studied at Booker T. Washington High School and later attended Virginia Tech.
On 7 July 1990, he married Carmen Lathan. They have a son named Alston.
Bruce Bernard Smith is an American former professional football player who was a defensive end for the Buffalo Bills and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL).
He was a member of the Buffalo Bills teams that played in four consecutive Super Bowls as AFC champions.
The holder of the NFL career record for quarterback sacks with 200, Smith was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009, his first year of eligibility.
Smith was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2006.