Erik Kuselias Biography
Erik Kuselias is a well-known On-Air personality nowadays in New York, where he hosts “Sportsline” a sports show airing on CBS Sports. He has been serving at the station as a host since officially joining in 2016.
Formerly, he served for nearly fifteen years at ESPN as a host and sports anchor. During his free time, he loves reading, watching sports, and spending time with his two handsome sons, Erik and Troy.
Erik Kuselias Age
Erik Kuselias was born in Hamden, Connecticut, in the United States, he has not disclosed any details concerning his date and year of birth. Consequently, his exact age remains unavailable.
Erik Kuselias Height
He is slightly tall in stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches(approximately 1.82 meters).
Erik Kuselias Family
Kuselias was born and also brought up in Hamden, Connecticut, in the United States under the love, care, and support of his hardworking and devoted father and mother. He owns American citizenship by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity.
Erik Kuselias Wife
He has been in two fallen marriages. He was wedded to his first wife named Kristen Kuselias in 2001. The duo resided together for nearly a decade before they filed for a divorce in 2010. A year afterward without time wastage Erik started dating a television host and fitness model Holly Sonders. Sadly, the two developed some differences and thereafter divorced in 2016.
Erik Kuselias Children
He is the happy dad of two handsome sons, Erik and Troy. Nevertheless, due to his secretive nature personal information regarding his sons is publically unavailable. Thus, their age and biological mum remain unavailable to the public.
Erik Kuselias Education
Erik graduated from Hamden High School, where he played as a quarterback. He was thereafter compelled at Brown University to play both baseball and football. As soon as he graduated from the university he enlisted at the University of Michigan Law school. He thereupon matriculated at Columbia University’s School of Journalism, where he was rewarded his master’s and Ph.D. in Broadcast Journalism.
Erik Kuselias Salary
He receives an annual salary of $92,860. This is according to CBS Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Erik Kuselias Net Worth
Kuselias has an estimated net worth of $5 million US dollars.
Erik Kuselias Career
In 2003 while still a student, his brother launched “The Sports Brothers” which was a sports talk show that aired for an hour per week. Thereupon that same year, Erik received a job invitation from ESPN, while “The Sports Brothers” became ESPN’s national afternoon drive-time program.
Two years thereon that was in 2005, “The Sports Brothers” was renamed “The Erik Kuselias show” and thereafter became the fastest-growing sports talk radio show in the States airing on over 400 stations.
In 2007, he was designated to host “NASCAR Now”, a daily tv show that aired on ESPN. That same year the show was selected for an Emmy for “Best studio show.” Nevertheless, after hosting “NASCAR Now” for a year he left and joined “Fantasy Football Now,” which was granted an Emmy award.
Further, he has occasionally been featured on several ESPN TV programs, such as “NFL Live” “College Football Live”, “SportsCenter”, “Mike and Mike in the Morning”,
Nevertheless, in 2011, he quit ESPN to join “Golf Channel” where he was employed as a television host of the “Morning Drive”. A year after he was announced as the host of both “ProFootball Talk” and “Fantasy Football Talk” along with Mike Florio. In 2018, Erik quit ESPN and was employed at CBS Sports, where he still labors to date.