Michael Oher is an American football offensive tackle with a net worth of fifteen million. Michael Oher was born May twenty eight, 1986 in Memphis, Tennessee. Although he proved himself, first as a college player then as a professional player, Oher's football career with the Balted by the personal story of his, which was chronicled in the Academy Award winning 2009 movie The Blind Side, starring Sandra Bullock and Tim McGraw. As the story goes, Oher came into this world to a mother that was an alcoholic and crack cocaine addict, and a father, Michael Jerome Williams, who was frequently in prison. Due to the upbringing of his, minimal attention was got by him and discipline throughout the childhood of his. He repeated both second and first grades and also attended 11 different facilities throughout his first 9 years as a pupil. He was placed in foster care at age 7, and alternated between living in several foster homes and periods of homelessness. Oher's biological dad was a former cell mate of Denise Oher's brother and was murdered in prison when Oher was a senior in high school. A small Michael Oher was finally taken in by Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy as he was sixteen, and the Tuohys became Oher's legal guardians as he was seventeen. From the junior year of his, Oher started to excel in football. By the start of the senior year of his, Oher was the starting left tackle on the varsity football group. He quickly became a top football prospect in the state of Tennessee, that resulted in multiple scholarship offers from Division one schools. He ultimately decided to play college football in the Faculty of Mississippi.
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