1. Family and Personal Life
Suzy Kolber is married to husband Eric Brady for ten years. Though there were rumors were floating around on her divorce with Eric, the couple is relishing a very happy life.
Kolber was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to parents Gene Kolber and Sandra Kolber. She attended Sandy Run Middle School and followed by Upper Dublin High School from where she earned her degree in 1982. She then enrolled at the University of Miami, graduating with Bachelor of Arts degree in telecommunications.
- Parents: Gene Kolber and Sandra Kolber
- Husband: Eric Brady
- Children: 1 (Kellyn)
- Marital Status: Married
Moving to her personal life, she is married to longtime boyfriend Eric Brady in 2008. The same year she got pregnant with her first child and the much-loved welcomed their daughter Kellyn. During the time she made a statement on upbringing her daughter solely after which people speculated on her divorce with husband Eric, however, nothing has happened to date.
2. Body Measurements and Lifestyle
Suzy Kolber is blessed with glam looks as well as perfect body measurements. Moreover, she possesses great personality and charm both on screen and off.
Suzy is one of supremely talented sportscaster with her excellent reporting and drop-dead gorgeous looks. ESPN’s pin-up babe, she looks elegantly youthful even at her mid-50s. And talk about her style and charm, she rarely fails to finish it top both on and off the field.
- Height: 5 feet 3 inches (160 cm)
- Body Measurements: 35-25-36 inches (89-64-91 cm)
- Plastic Surgery: Yes
- Weight: 57 kg (125 lbs)
Her smokey blue eyes, lustrous brown hair, model looks and extreme confidence thrown with stylish outfits’ turns everyone heads around her.
When not in the field covering sports news, Suzy goes for exciting and exotic vacations. Being a fun loving and chivalrous nature she frequently haves quirky chat with players and also takes pictures with her fans.
3. Professional Career
Suzy Kolber is a sports anchor and host for ESPN NFL Games among many other sports shows. She had left the network for certain time being, however, later re-joined the network.
Suzy got her career start as a sports director at Dynamic Cable in Florida for two years when she stills an undergraduate at The University of Miami. Following the graduation, she served as videotape coordinator in New York-based CBS Sports.
- 1985-1989: Produced sportscast at WTVJ-TV for which won EMMY Award
- 1991: Featured at WPEC-TV as a sports anchor and reporter
- 1996: Left ESPN to join Fox Sports News
- 1999: Re-joined ESPN
To burnish her career path she worked as a producer at WTVJ-TV and later freelanced for WPLG-TV in Miami. Her notable work credit as a freelancer included reporting as well as producing for Breeder’s Cup in Greenwich and on-field producer for New York ‘Inside Edition’.
She initially joined ESPN in 1993 and soon after covered almost every football events and tournaments for the network including NFL, Grand Slam Tennis and section of bicycle-stunt at X Games. While she earned herself a position of reporting on sideline alongside Michele Tafoya on network Monday Night Football, she also helped earn ratings for ESPN Monday Night Football making it most-watched show in the history of cable TV.
During the NFL fever, she anchored ESPN Live shows and updated with the latest progress on the game, while in the off-season, she hosted news program on SportsCenter as well as hosted exclusive coverage of tennis Grand Slams including French Open and Wimbledon.
In 1996 she moved to Fox Sports as a sports anchor for Fox Sports News and also reported NFL Games. Her other work assignments included coverage of NHL on Fox, 1999 Stanley Cup Finals and Playoffs. After three years with Fox, she re-joined ESPN with same duties of reporting sports games and program.
When Michele Tafoya left ESPN she stepped forward and filled in for the NFL season along with Wendi Nix and Rachel Nichols. She also substituted Brent Musburger to host Busch Series and Nextel Cup after he remained absent with no absolute reason. She is now regular ESPN on-site host of Monday Night Countdown, which she scored the role after veteran host Stuart Scott died of cancer.
4. Salary and Net Worth 2018
Suzy Kolber net worth counts on millions of dollar. Besides receiving an annual salary from ESPN, she also endorses brands which ultimately contribute to her fortune.
Suzy net worth is estimated at $18 million while her salary is calculated $3 million approximately. The ESPN longtime host has exclusively earned her million dollar fortunes from her resolute hard work and dedication.
- Net Worth: $18 million
- Salary: $3 million
Besides her sports broadcast on ESPN, the narrative is also featured on Microsoft’s Xbox, Sony’s PlayStation 2 and Sega’s video game which also contributes to her net worth. She also works as a national spokesperson for TV commercials like Pepsi-Cola and Chevrolet.