Chuck Swirsky is a popular American-Canadian radio sports announcer currently operating at Chicago Bulls as a play-by-play voice. Before that, From 1998 to 2008, he served as a play-by-play voice for Toronto Raptors.
Chuck Swirsky Age
Chuck Swirsky was born in Norfolk, Virginia, in the United States on January 30, 1954, he is 68 years of age.
Chuck Swirsky Height
Swirsky stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( approx 1.73m ).
Chuck Swirsky Family
He was born in Norfolk, Virginia, in the USA but was brought up by his supportive and caring parents in Bellevue, Washington. His father operated as a Naval Officer in the US. He prefers a private life when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any details regarding his parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Chuck Swirsky Wife
He is happily married to his adorable and stunning wife called Ann Swirsky. The adorable couple is blessed with six kids. Previously, he was wedded to his first wife named Judy whom he met in Wheaton in 1990 and they were blessed with three adorable kids.
Chuck Swirsky Education
He studied at a public school called Interlake High School located in Bellevue, Washington, and afterward joined Ohio University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree.
Chuck Swirsky Salary
Chuck receives an annual salary of $125,600 and this is according to Chicago Bulls’ play-by-play voices’ salary.
Chuck Swirsky’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a play-by-play voice at Chicago Bull is the primary source of his income.
Chuck Swirsky Career
Chuck is currently operating at Chicago Bulls as a play-by-play voice. He became a selectee of the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame in September 2016. Before that, From 1998 to 2008, he served as a play-by-play voice for Toronto Raptors.
He sowed the love of basketball while operating there and coached the game to his young players. Before that, he served for the Detroit Red Wings and the University of Michigan Wolverines football as an anchor for both post-and-pre-games.
He provided coverage for the basketball games at DePaul University, Bulls, Cubs, and Chicago Bears during his career as a sportscaster. He also served as a sports director for WGN radio from 1981-1994 during his career as a sportscaster.