Bernie worked at the all-news radio station as the anchor of a four-hour sports call-in show as well he served on the Washington sports scene repeatedly. His responsibility was to anchor the 5, 6, also 11 PM sportscasts and cover Tigers Baseball games.
Bernie Smilovitz Age
Bernie Smilovitz was born in Brooklyn, New York, the United States of America where he’s around 62 years of age from his looks. Bernie’s exact date of birth isn’t known.
Bernie Smilovitz Height
Smilowitz stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx. 1.73 m).
Bernie Smilovitz Family
Bernie was born to his loving and caring parents in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America later his parents moved to New York after World War II. Bernie’s parents afterward migrated to Washington, D.C. when he was five years old.
Bernie Smilovitz Wife
Bernie is happily and contentedly married to his beautiful wife named Donna Smilovitz and the couple is blessed with two lovely children. When he’s not at work he likes eating with his family at restaurants and playing basketball and tennis.
Bernie Smilovitz Children
Bernie’s awesome son called Jacob is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business who presently works at the New York Times as the director of mergers and acquisitions and investment. He’s happily married to his beautiful wife named Laura Fluty. He became a grandfather to his grandchild called Eloise Hart in 2019.
Bernie Smilovitz Education
Bernie joined the University of Maryland where he graduated with a degree in journalism.
Bernie Smilovitz Salary
Bernie receives an annual average salary of $76,285 and this is according to WDIV-TV Sports Directors’ salaries.
Bernie Smilovitz Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million US dollars and his career as a sports director is the source of his wealth.
Bernie Smilovitz Career
Bernie presently brings sports to Metro Detroit. At 5, 6, and 11 p.m. you can watch him on Local 4 News on weekdays. He is as well popularly known for his “Bernie’s Bloopers” and “Weekend at Bernie’s”. He started his broadcasting career in 1986 at WDIV.
Throughout his journalism journey, he has earned six local Emmys and The readers of Hour Detroit Magazine awarded him as the Best Local Sportscaster in 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.