Chris Myers Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, FOX Sports
December 29, 2021
Chris Myers Biography
Chris Myers is an American Emmy Award-winning, who contributes to the network’s NFL, NASCAR, MLB, Premier Boxing Champions, and Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show coverage.
Chris Myers Age
Myers was born in the year 1959 in Miami, Florida. he is 63 years old as of 2021.
Chris Myers Height
Myers has not disclosed any information regarding his current height however it will be updated.
Chris Myers Family
Myers has not disclosed details about his parents however, he has also not revealed if he has a sibling.
Chris Myers Wife
Myers is happily married to his wife Sue Myers. The couple is blessed with two kids.
Chris Myers Kids
He was blessed with two sons; Alex and Christopher. Christopher died at the age of 19 in a fatal car accident in Southern California.
Chris Myers Salary
Myers receives an annual salary of $6,250,000
Chris Myers Net Worth
He receives an annual salary of $ 6 million.
Chris Myers Education
He attended Chaminade High School followed by Miami Dade Community College and later graduated from Florida International University.
Chris Myers Fox Sports Press Pass
He has worked as Host, of FOX Sports’ NASCAR CUP SERIES race and prerace coverage live from the race track each weekend.
He has also worked for FOX NASCAR. Myers has also hosted the network’s prerace coverage of the prestigious DAYTONA 500 live from the track each year, and in 2021, returns weekly to host prerace coverage live from every track.
In addition, he has also hosted the “Inside NASCAR” series alongside analysts Brad Daugherty, Michael Waltrip, and Randy Pemberton.
He is also an author of two books – “NASCAR Nation” and “NASCAR is America.” Before joining Fox Family, in 1988, as an anchor for FOX Sports News on FSN, Myers worked for ESPN. Moreover, he has also been honored with the Sports Features category in 1990 as an anchor/reporter.
The veteran reporter previously served as a sports anchor and also served as a reporter for WWL-TV in New Orleans from 1982-1988, was a sportscaster with WTVJ-TV in Miami from 1980-1982, and with WCIX-TV in Miami from 1978-1980.