Jay Bilas ESPN Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career

Jay Bilas Biography

Jay Scot Bilas is a former American college basketball analyst who currently works for ESPN as a college basketball  Analyst. At Duke University, Bilas played for and assisted Mike Krzyzewski as a professional basketball player and coach. Additionally he is an active lawyer in North Carolina.

Jay Bilas Net Worth

Bilas has an estimated net worth of $6.5 Million according to Celebrity Net Worth. He has acquired a large fortune for himself from his numerous sources of income as a former professional basketball payer and an ESPN Analyst.

Jay Bilas Salary

Bilas receives a respectable wage from his job. He receives an average annual salary of $2 Million.

Year 2023 2024
Jay  Bilas Salary $2 Million $2.5 Million
Jay  Bilas Net Worth  $6.5 Million   $7 Million

Jay Bilas Age

Jay Bilas born December 24, 1963 in San Pedro, California, United States. As of 2023 he 60 years old. He belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.

Jay Bilas Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Bilas  stands proudly at a height of 6 feet 8 inches(2.03 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 102kg (225lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Jay Bilas Parents

Bilas was born to his parents on Christmas Eve and raised in San Pedro, California. 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.

Jay Bilas Wife

Bilas has made Charlotte, North Carolina, his cherished home for several years now. His strong connection to the city is not only rooted in his professional life but also in his personal life, where he has built a loving and supportive family.

In 1993, Bilas took a significant step in his personal journey when he married his beloved wife, Wendy. Their marriage has been a source of joy and strength, with the two of them sharing life’s ups and downs, supporting each other through the years, and nurturing a deep and enduring bond that continues to grow stronger.

Together, Bilas and Wendy have been blessed with a son and a daughter. These two young individuals have brought immense happiness and purpose into their lives. As parents, Bilas and Wendy have provided a loving and nurturing environment for their children to grow and thrive. They have worked together to instill values, encourage dreams and create a warm and loving home for their family.

Jay Bilas Kids

Anthony Scot Bilas, his son, was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 23, 1996. Scot played basketball, just like his father before he recently retired. Anthony played basketball at Wake Forest University while he was a student.

On September 14, 1994, his daughter Tori was born. She enjoys art and animals, and she rides horses. Tori resides in Lexington, Kentucky. When it comes to sketches, she has talent. She has a website where she displays her artistic abilities and photography, as well as a dedicated Instagram account for her art.

Jay Bilas Education

Bilas received his high school diploma from Rolling Hills High School in Rolling Hills Estates, California. Later, he enrolled at Duke University, where he earned a political science degree in 1986. Jay assisted Duke in advancing to the Final Four and the National Championship game while still in college.

Jay Bilas Career

Currently, Bilas works as an analyst for ESPN covering college basketball. Bilas began working at the station in 1995. He is highlighted in ESPN’s game and studio coverage. Additionally, throughout the entire season, Jay calls the best men’s college basketball matches involving the conferences and the most prestigious teams in the country.

In 2015, Jay joined SPN’s Saturday Primetime telecasts and added a role on College GameDay Covered by State Farm. He can follow the Men’s Final Four through ESPN International’s studio and game coverage. Jay has played a crucial role in ESPN’s coverage of the NBA Draft since 2003. He offers thorough player scouting and analysis.

Bilas has worked as an attorney for Moore & Van Allen, PLLC since 1992 and is a recognized expert in commercial litigation. Bilas is a member of the John R. Wooden Award, Chip Hilton Award, National Board of Coaches vs. Cancer, Board of Advisors of the Duke Brain Tumor Center, and Board of Directors of The V Foundation for Cancer Research.

He also serves on the National Board of the Coaches vs. Cancer Organization. With his professional artist wife, Wendy, Bilas, a native of San Pedro, California, now makes their home in Charlotte, North Carolina.

In 1987, Bilas joined the Screen Actors Guild. I Come in Peace (also known as Dark Angel), a feature-length film, and national television commercials both featured him. Toughness is a book he wrote.

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