Suzy Kolber or Suzzane Lisa Kolber is an American football sideline reporter and co-producer as well as sportscaster of ESPN. She was born on May 14, 1964 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She completed her high school from Upper Dublin High School in 1982. In 1986, she obtained her graduation from University of Miami with a Bachelor of Arts degree in telecommunications in 1986. She worked as a sports director for Dynamic Cable in Coral Gables when she was still an undergraduate. After her graduation, she became a videotape coordinator for CBS Sports, New York. Kobler became an original anchor of ESPN2 since when it was launched. She worked with the network for three years and left it to work for Fox Sports. However, she returned back to ESPN again in late 1999.
She was an anchor and feature reporter at WPEC-TV in Florida since December 1991. She started her freelancing at the network by reporting/producing for Breeders’ Cup Newsfeed in Connecticut, Inside Edition in New York, WCIX-TV in Miami and NFL films. She also freelanced as a special producer for WPLG-TV in Miami from 1989 to 1990. She was the producer of 5:30 p.m. ET sportscast at WTVJ-TV (1985-1989), Miami which won her a local Sports Emmy Award in 1988. Kobler has produced magazine shows: Cowboys Special Edition in Irving, Texas and Greyhound Racing America in Miami. She left ESPN to join Fox Sports in November, 1996. Her experience at Fox Sports include reporting for NFL games, NFL on Fox (1988) and horse racing. She helped in covering NHL on Fox which included 1999 Stanley Cup Finals and the Playoffs. She rejoined ESPN in August, 1999 and worked as a co-host for ESPN’s SportsNight and later as a host for SportsFigures, the show that teaches math and physics by using sports celebrities and analogies. She joined ESPN’s MNF team in 2006 where she contributed longtime franchise which later turned into the most watched program in cable television history. She is most distinguished as a sideline reporter for Monday Night Football of ESPN, with Michele Tafoya. With Tafoya, she also worked on ABC Sports Broadcast for Super Bowl XL in Detroit in 2006. Kobler was the first woman who was honored with Maxwell Club Sports Broadcaster of the Year Award in 2006. Her name was included in Sports Business Daily’s 2004 list. In addition, she hosted for ESPN’s NFL Live news and information show, NFL Match-Up and contributed in covering NFL Draft. During off-season, she anchored for Sports Center and hosted for ESPN’s French Open and Wimbledon. Besides, she was also a host for horse racing events at ESPN. Another ESPN show NFL32 with Suzy Kobler and Chris Mortensen was debuted in air on September 13, 2011. The re-release of the game, 1eXtreme removed all of her videos, and any reference to ESPN.
She was a host of NASCAR Countdown who hosted for Nextel Cup and Busch Series studio programming particularly. Her football broadcast narrative is featured on Sega’s ESPN NFL Football and Sony’s PlayStation 2. Moreover, she is a national television spokesperson for Chevrolet and Pepsi-Cola commercials. She has video sequences hyping up the player on introductory levels and hinting at secret areas for ESPN Extreme Games for PlayStation (1995).
However, when the game was re-released as 1eXtreme, it cut off her videos as well as the references to ESPN. Suzy is one of the most prominent television personalities. She has served television industry for more than 20 years. Suzy Kolber covers all types of news and events that are related to sports. During her career, she has received many awards like Crown Awards for best celebrity’s hair and Best Short Hair Awards (2003 and 2007). Even today, she is performing her job strongly as a sports news anchor. She stands as a leading journalist of America at present. Suzy was married in 2008. Her husband’s name is Eric Brady. She has a daughter as her children. However, her personal life is not much disclosed to the media. Media has no idea about her past affair, boyfriend or her salary. There is no clue if she has had divorce or not. Suzy prefers privacy in her personal life and doesn’t want to disclose it to the public. Her biography can be found in Wikipedia.