Kevin Wong Biography
Kevin Wong (Full name: Kevin Kahn Wong) is an illustrious American former professional beach volleyball player. He currently lives in Hawaii and conducts a volleyball training program for youth. In 1993 and 1995, Kevin helped his team to win the NCAA championships twice. He switched to professional beach volleyball after graduating from college.
Kevin Wong Age
Kevin Wong was born on 12th September 1972, in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. He is 50 years old.
Kevin Wong Height
Kevin stands at a height of 6 feet 7 inches (Approx 2.01m).
Kevin Wong Family
He was born to his stalwart and caring father and mother in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States of America. However, Kevin likes to keep a low profile about his parents and siblings therefore, their whereabouts are not available to the public.
Kevin Wong Wife
He happily married his wife named Sherry Marper Wrong. His wife works as the managing designer and development of her husband’s company called Spike and Serve program. She also serves as a professional photographer whose work has been published in Volleyball Magazine as well as DiG, just to mention but a few.
Kevin Wong Education
He attended and graduated from the Punahou School before joining UCLA where he graduated with a degree in economics in 1995. In 2000, he was named among the “50 Most Beautiful People” by People Magazine issued. In May 2009 the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California honored Kevin in “Celebrating Chinese Americans in Sports”.
Kevin Wong Salary
He receives a remarkable salary of $78,164 per year. This is in accordance with PAC 12 Network announcers’ salaries.
Kevin Wong’s Net Worth
Kevin Wong has managed to gather a good wealth from his professional Vollebay career, his journalism, and also his company and has an estimated net worth of $7.9 million.
Kevin Wong Career
He currently lives in Hawaii and conducts a volleyball training program for youth. In 1993 and 1995, Kevin helped his team to win the NCAA championships twice. He switched to professional beach volleyball after graduating from college. During the 2016 Olympic Games, Kevin worked as a beach volleyball analyst.
In 2000, Kevin teamed up with Rob Heidger and finish 5th at the Sydney Olympics. He, alongside his partner named Casey Jennings successfully ended the 2010 season at the Swatch FIVB World Tour by winning gold after beating the Brazilian duo of Bruno Schmidt and also Benjamin Insfran at The Hague, Netherlands. He competed as a professional beach volleyball player for one decade and a half.