Billy Jaffe Biography
Billy Jaffe is a popular American journalist presently working for NESN in Watertown, Massachusetts, in the United States as an on-air ice hockey analyst. Billy provides commentary for post-game, pre-game as well as intermission shows during Boston Bruins games. Before, he worked for the New York Islanders on MSG Plus as a color analyst. Moreover, Billy worked for nationally televised hockey games on Versus as a color analyst and a reporter.
Billy Jaffe Age
Billy Jaffe was born on 2nd April 1969, in Highland Park, Illinois, United States. He is 53 years old.
Billy Jaffe Height
Billy is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 inches 1 inch (approx. 1.85 m).
Billy Jaffe Family
Billy Jaffe was born to his loving and dedicated parents and was brought up in Highland Park, Illinois, United States of America. Nevertheless, there are no available details with respect to his parents or siblings if he has any.
Billy Jaffe Education
He attended and graduated from Kent School in Kent, Connecticut in 1987.
Billy Jaffe Wife
He is gladly hitched to her dear wife called Victoria Jaffe. The adorable couple is blessed with two stunning children named Julia Jaffe, and Jake Jaffe.
Billy Jaffe Salary
He receives an ample salary of $110,235 annually. This is according to NESN sportscasters’ salaries.
Billy Jaffe Net Worth
Billy Jaffe has amassed a decent fortune over the years from his journalism career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Billy Jaffe Career
Billy kicked off his journalism career during the 1998–99 season when he served as an analyst on the intermission, pre-game, and post-game radio show for the Chicago Blackhawks. He worked for the Chicago Wolves of the International Hockey League as the Radio and Television Analyst for the 1999–2000 season.
Later, in September 2000, he joined the Atlanta Thrashers and worked mainly as the radio analyst. Nevertheless, he as well contributed to Thrasher’s television coverage. Billy worked as a color commentator for Fox Sports Net’s coverage of the Cold War game in October 2001. Additionally, the game was between Michigan State and the University of Michigan, it took place in outdoor Spartan Stadium on the Michigan State Campus.
Furthermore, he worked for CSTV’s Friday Night Hockey game of the week as an acting lead analyst. He also worked on the Atlanta Braves studio show on TBS Superstation as a fill-in host. He served as New York Islanders’ color analyst alongside Howie Rose in 2006. Additionally, Billy restored Joe Micheletti, who moved on to the New York Rangers booth.