Suzanne Lisa Kolber, professionally known as Suzy Kolber is a sportscaster, football sideline reporter and co-producer based in the United States. She is best known for her contributions in ESPN. She rose to prominence after she started serving ESPN2 as their original anchors when it was first launched in 1993. However, she served the company for three years and decided to call it quits.
Born on 14th May 1964, the 53-year-old is indeed one of the most well-known anchors in the United States and has worked with other A-lister anchors like Michele Tafoya, Wendi Nix, Rachel Nichols, and many others. With such a vast contribution to the industry, there is no doubt that she earns a hefty sum of money. Her estimated net worth as of 2018 is $18 million.
Today, we are going to share with you some information about the sportscaster's net worth, salary, career, and awards.
Suzy Kolber's net worth and salary
ESPN's sportscaster, football sideline reporter, and co-producer Suzy Kolber is currently married to husband Eric Brady and is a mother of one. She has an estimated net worth of $18 million. According to sources, her annual salary is $3 million which explains her massive net worth. Moreover, her monthly estimated salary is $250,000.
Her primary source of income comes from her affiliation with ESPN. However, she has also worked with numerous other companies like Microsoft's Xbox, Sony's PlayStation 2 and Sega's video game, which also have an excellent contribution to her net worth.
Moreover, she is also the national TVspokesperson for Pepsi-Cola commercials and Chevrolet which pay her a hefty sum of money.
Watch Suzy in commercial for Chevrolet
Moving on, the anchor is very confidential and does not share much information about her personal life. She is very inactive on social media and till date has only posted nine photos on her Instagram which are not related to her personal life. So, the details about her house, apartments, and car are unknown.
Suzy Kolber's career and awards
Suzy, who has a Bachelors degree in Arts, and telecommunications worked as a sports director from 1984 to 1986 at Dynamic Cable before making her debut in ESPN. She worked with CBS Sports, WTVJ-TV and others before joining ESPN.
In 1993, she joined ESPN2 and covered numerous reports for ESPN from the NFL, X Games, and others. She served ESPN for three years from 1993 to 1996 and joined FOX Sports in November of 1996. She hosted shows like Fox Sports Net, Fox Sports News and reported on NFL games and others.
However, after three years, she departed from FOX and rejoined ESPN. On ESPN, she hosted numerous shows and covered much news like Monday Night Countdown, NASCAR Countdown, SportsNight, Summer X Games, Winter X Games and others.
Watch Suzy on Sports Center