Jim Gray is a famous American sportscaster. As of age, he is working at Showtime, Fox News, and Westwood One Radio Network, as a reporter, interviewer, and commentator.
Earlier, he worked at ESPN, NBC Sports, and CBS Sports as a reporter. Additionally, he won an Emmy Award as a correspondent, reporter, producer, and executive producer of sports documentaries and features.
Jim Gray Age
Jim Gray was born on Nov 11, 1959, in Denver, Colorado, in the United States of America. He is 62 years of age.
Jim Gray Height
He is a man of average stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approximately 1.72 meters).
Jim Gray Family
Gray was born and raised in Denver, Colorado by his parents. Nevertheless, he has not mentioned any details regarding either his parents or if he has siblings. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jim Gray Wife
Gray married his gorgeous wife, named Frann. Since the duo married they have had no kids. Whenever he is not working, he loves spending time with his wife Frann.
Jim Gray Education
Gray attended Thomas Jefferson High School located in Denver. Afterward, he graduated from CU-Boulder in 1981 with a degree in journalism.
Jim Gray Salary
He receives an annual salary of $ 71,102. This is according to Fox News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jim Gray’s Net Worth
Gray has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Jim Gray Career
Gray got the exclusive and only television interview with NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle on Mar 22, 1989, in Palm Springs, California, when he unexpectedly decided to quit. During the White Sox vs Blue Jays playoff game, he reported during the game that Bulls minority owner Eddie Einhorn told him that Michael Jordan would quit the NBA Chicago Bulls the next day.
Again, Jordan was in attendance at the game with Einhorn. He attended Jordan out of the stadium to the parking lot with a camera crew and Jordan acknowledged and confirmed to him that what Einhorn had told him was true and that he would quit. He questioned Leonard Armato, Shaquille O’Neal’s agent during game 4 of the 1996 Eastern Conference Finals.
While the game was taking place questions concerning the future of Shaquille O’Neal and then head coach Brian Hill was. Following a series of tough questions, he concluded the interview by saying to Armato “try to enjoy the game now that you’ve been grilled” thereafter, the interview worked as a platform for O’Neal and set the stage as a month afterward O’Neal left the Magic and signed with the Lakers.