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Steve Levy Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Sun Jun, 2016
Steve Levy

Facts of Steve Levy

Date of Birth: 1965 , March-12
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch

Quick Timeline of Steve Levy

1965 Born in New York City, New York
1987 Graduated from State University of New York
1989 Joined ESPN
2005 Appeared in the movie, Fever Pitch

Detail Timeline of Steve Levy

March 12 , 1965

Born in New York City, New York

Six feet and one inch tall, Steve Levy was born in the mid 1960s in New York City, New York, United States of America to American parents. He was also raised in New York City, New York. He is also an American and he is of white ethnicity.

1987

Graduated from State University of New York

Steve received his formal education from John F. Kennedy High School. After his high school graduation, he joined State University of New York at Oswego. He also earned his bachelor’s degree from there. He graduated from there in 1987.

1989

Joined ESPN

He began his career from WFAN. After working in WFAN for several months, he joined ESPN in 1989. During his early days in ESPN, he covered the network's college football coverage for several sessions. There he also worked as a fill in commentator for Wednesday Night Baseball.

2005

Appeared in the movie, Fever Pitch

Besides being a broadcaster, he has also established himself as an actor. In 2005, he appeared in the movie Fever Pitch. He appeared in this movie covering the Boston Red Sox in spring training. That year he was also seen in the movie The Ringer. 

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A beautiful lady, Ani Levy is the loving spouse of Steve Levy. They have been married since a long time. Steve Levy is a former lawyer and surfer. There are no any rumors about their extra affairs and divorce.

Steve received his formal education from John F. Kennedy High School. After his high school graduation, he joined State University of New York at Oswego. He also earned his bachelor’s degree from there. He graduated from there in 1987. He began his career from WFAN. After working in WFAN for several months, he joined ESPN in 1989. During his early days in ESPN, he covered the network's college football coverage for several sessions. There he also worked as a fill in commentator for Wednesday Night Baseball. At ESPN, he is best known for his work on SportsCenter. Previously, he also covered NHL regular season and playoff games but later on ESPN lost its rights to televise the league's games. Besides being a broadcaster, he is also an actor. He has been earning lucrative amount of salary and his net worth is $6 Million.