Brad Nessler is a popular American play-by-play and journalist serving for CBS as the voice of the SEC football package since 1990. He also served as a play-by-play commentator for ESPN between 1992 to 1997 during his career in sports broadcasting.
Brad Nessler Age
Brad Nessler was born in Saint Charles, Minnesota, in the United States, on June 3, 1956, and he’s 66 years of age.
Brad Nessler Height
Nessler stands at a moderate height of 5f ft 6 in (Approx. 1.68 m).
Brad Nessler Family
Brad was born and brought up in Saint Charles, Minnesota, in the United States, by his loving and caring parents Mrs. Nessler his lovely mother, and Bob Nessler his supportive father. He has not shared any information regarding his siblings hence it’s not known if he has any siblings.
Brad Nessler Wife
Brad is happily and contentedly married to his beautiful wife named Nancy Nessler. They are blessed with one adorable daughter named Reis and they tied the knots on December 1, 1978. Brad and his lovely family live in Duluth, Georgia and their daughter have a dog pet named Lola.
Brad Nessler Education
Brad studied at Minnesota State University and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in broadcasting in 1977.
Brad Nessler Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $350,000 and this is according to CBS football announcers’ salaries.
Brad Nessler’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $15 million US dollars and his career as a football announcer is the primary source of his wealth.
Brad Nessler Career
Brad is a popular American play-by-play and journalist serving for CBS as the voice of the SEC football package since 1990. Before that, he was serving as the football announcer for NFL’s Thursday Night Football telecasts together with Mike Mayock at NFL since May 2011. His role was to provide play-by-play college basketball for the station together with Bill Raftery while serving for CBS.
He as well served ESPN during his career as a sports commentator. Between 1992-1997 he served for college during his tenure as a football play-by-play commentator at ESPN. In 1997 he joined ESPN where he served as a play-by-play commentator for Men’s college basketball. Between 1990-1991, he served for CBS Sports and later left in 1992.
He as well served as a sports director for WSB-Radio, as a sports anchor for ABC Sports, WGST-Radio based in Atlanta, as the radio voice of the Peach Bowl, radio play-by-play for Atlanta Falcons, and WCCO-Radio located in Minneapolis.