Adam Alexander is a well-known American Sports commentator. Currently, he serves for Fox’s NASCAR Xfinity Series coverage as the play-by-play announcer and a host of NASCAR Race Hub. He joined the station in 2006.
Furthermore, he has a part in hosting coverage of FOX’s NASCAR CUP SERIES races and prerace coverage from the track. Earlier, he worked for the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network as a pit reporter and turn announcer.
Adam Alexander Age
Adam Alexander was born on July 11, 1973, in Madison, Indiana in the United States of America. He is 49 years old and celebrates his birthday every year in July.
Adam Alexander Height
Adam is a man of moderate height. He stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approximately 1.74 m).
Adam Alexander Family
He was born in Madison, Indiana in the United States of America to his American parents. He is a confidential person and he has kept details about his parents and whether he has any siblings away from the public.
Adam Alexander Wife
He is wedded to his gorgeous wife Audra. The duo lives in Charlotte together with their two kids Kade and Kyla. Nevertheless, there is no information concerning the condition and whereabouts of Adam’s wife and children.
Adam Alexander Education
Alexander joined Vincennes University where he pursued and graduated from Evansville University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting.
Adam Alexander Salary
Alexander receives an annual average salary of $86,545. This is according to NASCAR anchors\reporters salaries.
Adam Alexander’s Net Worth
Alexander has an estimated net worth of around between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Adam Alexander Career
He presently serves for Fox’s NASCAR Xfinity Series coverage as the play-by-play announcer and a host of NASCAR Race Hub. Alexander joined NASCAR in 2006. Furthermore, he has a role n hosting coverage of FOX’s NASCAR CUP SERIES races and prerace coverage from the trail.
Earlier, he worked for the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network as a pit reporter and turn announcer. He supplied live announcements of the Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup as a play-by-play for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He worked as a pit reporter for NASCAR on TNT in 2006 for four years as well as a play-by-play announcer for four years.
Besides, Adam was a host of SPEED Center on the defunct SPEED channel, NASCAR in a Hurry, and NASCAR Live! During the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, he served for NASCAR events and DirecTV’s Hot Pass coverage. as a pit reporter and also worked.
In 2013, he labored as an announcer of College Football on Fox along with Chris Simms. He officially bore the role of the play-by-play broadcaster for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on FOX NASCAR in October 2014.
His career life started at WEVV in Evansville, Indiana, and he together worked as a public address announcer for the Tri-State Speedway. He afterward moved to WKBR-FM where he acted as a weekly host of racing conversation in belatedly 1990.