Ato Boldon Biography
Ato Boldon (Full Name: Ato Jabari Boldon) is a well-known Trinidadian previous track and field athlete, a four-time Olympic medal winner, as well as a politician. He currently serves at NBC Sports as a television broadcast analyst for track and field since June 2007. Also, he is a national speed director at Test Sports Clubs. Previously, he served as an analyst at BBC.
Ato Boldon Age
Ato Boldon was born on 30th December 1973, in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. He is 49 years old.
Ato Boldon Height
Ato stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.76 m).
Ato Boldon Family
Ato was born and raised in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago to a Trinidadian father and Jamaican mom, namely Guy and Hope Boldon. He was brought up along with his brother called Okera Boldon.
Ato Boldon Wife
He was married to an entertainment executive/manager called Cassandra Mills in 1998 after a three-year courtship. Sadly, the couple divorced in 2007 but they had no children together. Ato has a daughter from a previous relationship. He had a beautiful daughter also in 2007 with Neki Mohan who is a news anchor. As of now, Ato resides in Florida, and details regarding his current marital status are unavailable.
Ato Boldon Daughters
Ato is a proud father of two stunning daughters named Lea Boldon and Bri Boldon.
Ato Boldon Education
He attended Fatima College (Secondary School) based in Trinidad before leaving for the United States at the age of fourteen.
Ato Boldon Salary
He receives a desirable salary of $76,509 per year. This is according to NBC Sports television broadcast analysts’ salaries.
Ato Boldon Net Worth
Ato Boldon has piled up a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Ato Boldon Career
Ato could not compete due to a serious injury during the 1999 World Championships in Seville, Spain. He was hired by the British Broadcasting Corporation to do analysis and commentary for their coverage of those Championships. He proved famous with the viewers and was invited back as a track-side analyst for the BBC coverage of the U.S. Olympic Track as well as Field Trials from Sacramento, California in 2000.
From 2005 to 2009, Ato worked in the broadcast booth for the U.S. Television network CBS. He made his debut for NBC Sports back in June 2007, serving as an analyst for the 2007 U.S. National Championships, and he also served as an integral part of Versus and NBC’s coverage of the 2007 Osaka World Championships.