Bob Wischusen Biography
Bob Wischusen is a preeminent American sportscaster currently working for college basketball and football telecasts on ESPN as a Play-by-Play Commentator. Also, he works as the radio play-by-play voice of WEPN-FM for the New York Jets.
Bob Wischusen Age
Bob Wischusen was born on 1st October 1971, in New Jersey, in the United States of America. He is 50 years old.
Bob Wischusen Height
Bob is a man of standard stature and stands at a height is 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Bob Wischusen Family
Bob Wischusen is a native of New Jersey in the United States of America. He has a cousin who serves as an ICU nurse at Hackensack Hospital in New Jersey. Despite being a prominent play-by-play sportscaster, Bob has not revealed the identity of his parents or siblings to the public eye.
Bob Wischusen Education
He enrolled at Union Catholic High School based in Scotch Plains for his Diploma prior to proceeding to college. He matriculated at Boston College where he graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in communications in the year 1993.
Bob Wischusen Wife
He is happily married to his lovely wife Julie since 1998. His wife serves at Kean University as a volunteer nurse. The duo is proud parents of five stunning children named Katrina, Charlie, Jimmy, Benny, and Cory. The adorable couple stays in Cranford, New Jersey alongside their five children.
Bob Wischusen Salary
He receives an ample salary of $105,000 annually. This is according to ESPN Play-by-Play Commentators’ salaries.
Bob Wischusen Net Worth
Bob Wischusen has stockpiled a decent wealth for himself over the years and has an estimated net worth of $6 million.
Bob Wischusen Career
In July 2005, Bob joined ESPN as a secondary commentator for basketball as well as college football. He is presently working as ESPN’s play Play-by-Play Commentator for college basketball and football telecasts. Bob also works as an NFL play-by-play on ESPN
He works as a play-by-play for Arena Football, college baseball, and radio/TV coverage of the US and British Open for golf on ESPN between 2006 to 2008. During his career as a sportscaster, Bob has also served as a play-by-play- on radio and TV for select Knicks, Rangers, and Liberty games at Madison Square Garden (MSG) Network.
From 2002 to 2003, Bob was also an occasional anchor at the Sports Desk and he was also the co-host of Talk of Our Town. Additionally, he also worked for the Comcast network as a play-by-play for football, basketball, and baseball games from 1997 to 2000. Furthermore, he kicked off his journalism career as a show host and sports anchor for WQAM-AM based in Miami from 1999 to 1995.