Jim Harbaugh hails from a coaching family and is the son of college football coach Jack Harbaugh. He has seven children from two marriages.

Family Background

His first marriage to Miah Harbaugh (1996–2006) produced sons Jay, a coach at the University of Michigan, and James, who graduated from the University of Michigan's School of Music, Theatre & Dance. He also has a daughter named Grace, who's a student and water polo player.

Children from First Marriage

From his second marriage to Sarah Feuerborn Harbaugh (since 2008), he has two daughters, Addison and Katherine, and two sons, Jack and John.

Children from Second Marriage

Harbaugh is a Roman Catholic and has been involved in charitable work in Piura, Peru.

Religious Affiliation

His older brother, John Harbaugh, serves as the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens. They made history as the first pair of brothers to coach against each other in an NFL game.

Sibling Connection

Jim Harbaugh made appearances in TV shows like The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. as a cowboy in 1994 and on Saved by the Bell: The New Class in 1996, playing the cousin of the character Screech.

TV Appearances

Jim Harbaugh made appearances in TV shows like The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. as a cowboy in 1994 and on Saved by the Bell: The New Class in 1996, playing the cousin of the character Screech.

TV Appearances

He co-owned Panther Racing in the IndyCar Series and the team's main car carried his old jersey number, 4, celebrating his association with the team's success.

Involvement in IndyCar Racing

Harbaugh faced a DUI charge in 2005 after running a stop sign in Encinitas, California. He pleaded guilty to reckless driving and received probation, a fine, and a DUI education program.

Legal Issue

In November 2012, Harbaugh underwent a cardioversion procedure to correct an arrhythmia, an abnormal heartbeat rhythm.

Health Issue

He appeared as himself in an episode of the Comedy Central series Detroiters in 2018 titled "Little Caesars".

TV Portrayal