John Anderson ESPN Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career

John Anderson Biography

John Anderson is a well American journalist famous for being a sports media personality. He is a sports  commentator  who has been the SportsCenter host on ESPN TV since June 1999.

As a member of the track and field team in college, he participated in the high jump competitions. He started off as a volunteer sportscaster for KOMU-TV, the campus station. This resulted in employment with Tulsa, Oklahoma’s KOTV-TV and KTUL-TV. He then moved to Phoenix, Arizona to work for KPHO-TV after that.

John Anderson  Net Worth

Anderson has an estimated net worth of $8 Million according to Celebrity Net Worth. His job career as a sports media personality has earned him a decent fortune. Having worked in the industry for quite some time.

John Anderson Salary

Anderson receives a respectable wage from working as a sports media personality. He receives an average annual salary of $2.5 Million

Year 2023 2024
John Anderson Salary $2.5 Million $3 Million
John Anderson  Net Worth  $8 Million $9  Million

John Anderson  Age

John Anderson was born on 1964 in Green Bay, United States. As of 2023 he is 58 years old.

John Anderson Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Anderson proudly at a height of 5 feet 11 inches , he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 86kg (190lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

John Anderson Parents

Anderson  was born and raised inGreen Bay, United States  by his parents. We tried to learn more about his family, but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public. Therefore, it is still unknown who his parents are. Furthermore, it is unknown if he has any siblings. Once the information is available, we will update this section.

John Anderson Wife

Anderson  is a married man, but he is very secretive when it comes to his personal life. There is no information about the identity of his husband as he prefers to keep off the public eye. It is also not known whether they have children or not. However, the information will be updated as soon as it is available.

John Anderson Education

John Anderson’s educational journey culminated in a significant achievement when he proudly graduated from the esteemed University of Missouri. In his pursuit of higher learning, John successfully earned a degree in Journalism from this renowned institution.

During his time at the University of Missouri, John delved deep into the field of journalism, honing his skills in storytelling, communication, and the principles of responsible reporting. The academic rigors he faced and the knowledge he gained laid a strong foundation for his future endeavors in the realm of journalism.

John Anderson Career

The Emmy-winning daily studio program SportsCenter, which covers all of ESPN’s sports news, has John Anderson as an anchor. The 11 p.m. ET episode of the show features Anderson most frequently, both in the studio and from spots at important athletic events.

Anderson, who previously worked as a weekend sports anchor for KPHO-TV in Phoenix, Arizona, from 1996 to 1999, joined ESPN in June 1999 as an ESPNEWS anchor. Prior to joining KPHO, Anderson worked as a sports photographer and reporter at Tulsa’s KTUL-TV from 1988 to 1990, as well as a sports reporter and weekend sports anchor at KOTV in Tulsa, Oklahoma (1990 to 1996). At KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri, Anderson started his career in broadcasting.

Anderson made his debut as a co-host of ESPN’s coverage of the 2013 ING New York City Marathon on November 3, 2013. He co-hosted the five-hour race broadcast with colleague SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm on ESPN2 and ABC7 in New York City.

Anderson has co-hosted the network’s extreme obstacle-course series Wipeout in the past. In a 2015 episode of the Disney XD animated series Penn Zero: Part Time Hero, Anderson provided the voice of a futuristic extraterrestrial sportscaster.

He competed in the high jump for the men’s track team for four years, serving as captain his senior year. His efforts to the university, which included starting an ESPN/Missouri internship for one journalism student in 2003, earned him the Mizzou Faculty-Alumni Award in 2007.

The Oklahoma Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists honored Anderson, a Green Bay, Wisconsin native, with the Outstanding Sports Feature Reporting Award in 1994 and 1995. In 1997, Anderson was honored with the Associated Press Television Award in Arizona for his outstanding work in broadcast journalism.

He co-authored the 2003 book Chi Chi’s Golf Games You Gotta Play with golfer Chi Chi Rodriquez, which teaches people how to play better golf and have fun while doing it. The Anderson Family Charitable Foundation was established by Anderson and his wife in the fall of 2009 with the goal of providing food, school materials, and backpacks to impoverished children. In an effort to raise money for the Pat Tillman Foundation, Anderson ran the NYC Marathon in November 2010 as Team Tillman’s captain.

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