Greg Gumbel Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NBC Sports

Greg Gumbel
Greg Gumbel

Greg Gumbel Biography

Greg Gumbel is a journalist and a  television sportscaster currently working as a reporter and an anchor on the National Football League, NBA and NCAA basketball, the National Football League, and the CBS network. Greg serves for NFL Station as a play-by-play broadcaster alongside Trent Green Studio as the host for CBS.

Gumbel joined the De La Salle Institute College. From Loras College in Dubuque, Greg earned a B.A degree in English before becoming a broadcaster. He also played on the baseball team while schooling at De La Salle Institute College.

Greg Gumbel Age

Greg Gumbel was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S on March 3, 1946. He is 76 years old.

Greg Gumbel Height

Gumbel is  5 ft 6 inches /1.75 meters tall.

Greg Gumbel Family

Greg Gumbel was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S to his loving and caring parents Richard Gumbel and Rhea Alice Lecesne. She first child in a family of four, a brother and two sisters. His father is the judge. Greg is the brother of Renee Gumbel-Farrahi, Rhonda Gumbel-Thomas, and Bryant Gumbel.

Greg Gumbel Wife

He has been married since 1973 to his pretty wife Marcy Kaszynski. The duo has a daughter named, Michelle Greg. The family lives in the Florida area, Fort Lauderdale.

Greg Gumbel Children

Gumbel and Marcy are proud parents to a good-looking daughter namely Michelle Greg.

Greg Gumbel Education

Gumbel joined the De La Salle Institute College. From Loras College in Dubuque, Greg earned a B.A degree in English before becoming a broadcaster. He also played on the baseball team while schooling at De La Salle Institute College

Greg Gumbel Salary

He receives an annual salary of 4 million. This is according to NBC Sports anchors /reporters’ salaries.

Greg Gumbel’s Net Worth

Greg Gumbel has an estimated net worth of $16 million U.S dollars.

Greg Gumbel Career

Gumbel informed his brother Bryant Gumbel that was auditioning for a sports announcer at Chicago TV Station (WMAQ-TV) in 1973. He was selling hospital supplies in Detroit during his time at Chicago tv Station. Greg finally got the job and served WMAG-TV there for seven years. Gumbel replaced the sportscaster Dennis Swanson who went on to become ABC Sports president.

Greg Gumbel is a journalist and a  television sportscaster currently working as a reporter and an anchor on the National Football League, NBA and NCAA basketball, the National Football League, and the CBS network. Greg serves for NFL Station as a play-by-play broadcaster alongside Trent Green Studio as the host for CBS. Gumbel joined the De La Salle Institute College.
From Loras College in Dubuque, Greg earned a B.A degree in English before becoming a broadcaster. He also played on the baseball team while schooling at De La Salle Institute College.

Prior to joining CBS Station, Greg served in New York City for WFAN, ESPN, and MSG radio Station. Gumbel anchored ESPN did “play-by-play” for early NBA games and was a shoe SportsCenter reporter. He then worked for Marv Albert on New York Knicks broadcasts as a backup announcer. He is proud of his career in journalism and cheering for good working together with NBA Station.

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