Chris Fowler Biography
Chris Fowler is a well known American sports broadcaster. He is employed by ESPN, where he provides play-by-play commentary for both the tennis coverage and Saturday Night Football on ABC. In addition, he is well-known for his work with college football and as the host of College Game Day from 1990 to 2014.
Along with Kirk Herbstreit of College Gameday, he was a member of ESPN’s top announcing team in 2014 when he took over as play-by-play announcer for Saturday Night Football on ABC, replacing Brent Musburger. This meant he was chosen to call one of the two College Football Playoff semifinal games as well as the College Football National Championship.
Chris Fowler Net Worth
Fowler has an estimated net worth of $7 Million according to Celebrity Net Worth. His primary source of income comes from his career. He has been able to establish a respectable income for himself after working in the field for a while.
Chris Fowler Salary
Fowler receives a respectable wage from his job . He receives an average annual salary of $3 Million.
|Chris Fowler Salary||$3 Million||$3.5 Million|
|Chris Fowler Net Worth||$7 Million||$7.5 Million|
Chris Fowler Age
Chris Fowler was born on August 23, 1962 in Denver, Colorado, United States. As of 2023 he is 61 years old.
Chris Fowler Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Fowler stands proudly at a height of 6 feet 10 inches(1.178 m, 178 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 87kg (192lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.
Chris Fowler Parents
Flower was raised in Rockford, Illinois and State College, Pennsylvania, where his father, Knox, was a theater professor at Penn State University. He was born in Denver, Colorado. His family relocated to Colorado Springs when he was a teenager and he attended General William J. Palmer High School there, earning his diploma in 1980.
Chris Fowler Wife
Chris Fowler is a happily married man to his beautiful and caring wife Jennifer Dempster. Their love story unfolded over the course of a year, culminating in a momentous union in 2006 when he married Jennifer Dempster, a fitness model and instructor. The marriage marked the beginning of a shared journey, where the synergy between their lives became the foundation for a strong and enduring partnership.
While their journey together has been well-documented, details regarding their children remain shrouded in privacy. The couple’s decision to keep this aspect of their lives out of the public eye underscores their commitment to maintaining a level of confidentiality around their family matters. This intentional choice, while sparking curiosity, is a testament to their respect for personal boundaries and the privacy of their loved ones.
Chris Fowler Education
Fowler earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Colorado in 1985. From 1983 to 1985, he worked as a producer and co-host for a weekly magazine program that was broadcast on a Boulder, Colorado cable television system while she was a student.
Additionally, he worked for the university’s radio station, KAIR-AM, for two years as the sports director. He covered high school athletics for the Rocky Mountain News from 1982 to 1984.
Chris Fowler Career
Fowler started his career as an intern in KMGH-TV’s sports division. Following that, the sports anchor worked as a production assistant, producer/writer, and sports reporter for a few years at KCNC-TV.
He joined ESPN in July 1986 to host Scholastic Sports America. In 1990, he also started hosting the College GameDay football roadshow.
In addition, he hosted college basketball games until 2006. In addition, Chris Fowler has covered a variety of events for ESPN, including horse racing, the Summer X Games (1995–2000), the Winter X Games (1998–2000) and much more.
In addition, the seasoned anchor serves as the chief studio anchor for tennis competitions that ESPN broadcasts, including the US Open, Wimbledon, Australian Open, and French Open. Alongside Mike Tirico, Chris Fowler covered the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Additionally, he is hosting SportsCentury, an ESPN Classic program.