Jay Crawford Biography
Jay Crawford (Full Name: Jason Crawford) is an illustrious American journalist currently working as an anchor for WKYC, 3News based in Cleveland, Ohio since 2019. Before joining WKYC, he anchored ESPN’s SportsCenter, hosted the Little league World Series, and was also a guest host on NFL Live. He commenced his career journey at WYMT-TV based in Hazard, Kentucky, where he worked as a sports director.
Jay Crawford Age
Jay Crawford was born on 4th July 1965, in Sandusky, Ohio, in the United States of America. He is 57 years old.
Jay Crawford Height
Jay stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Jay Crawford Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful wife named Tracy Crawford. The lovely couple walked down the aisle on December 26, 1987, and have been living a cheerful married life. Jay and Tracy are blessed with two children, one son named Corey Crawford, and a daughter called Kirstyn Crawford. Currently, Jay lives in Chagrin Falls alongside his wife.
Jay Crawford Education
He enrolled at Perkins High School in Sandusky, Ohio, where he graduated in 1983. Later on, Jay attended Bowling Green State University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Radio, Television, and Film in 1987.
Jay Crawford Salary
He earns a remarkable salary of $72,895 annually. This is according to WKYC anchors’ salaries.
Jay Crawford Net Worth
Jay Crawford has been able to secure a decent fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Jay Crawford Career
She is currently working as an anchor for WKYC, 3News based in Cleveland, Ohio since 2019. In 2003, Jay joined ESPN where he started his famous show known as Cold Pizza which later became ESPN’s First Take in 2007. While there, he anchored ESPN’s SportsCenter, hosted the Little league World Series, and was also a guest host on NFL Live. He commenced his career journey at WYMT-TV based in Hazard, Kentucky, where he worked as a sports director.
In addition, Jay worked as a Weekend Sports Anchor for WTIC-TV in Hartford, Connecticut. Furthermore, he as well assisted to launch Wall to Wall Sports, a 30-minute sports show that is still aired up to date. He went on to work as a sports director at WFTS-TV based in Tampa, Florida. While there, he received several awards for best sports special, outstanding sports operation, and also best sportscast.