Larry Collmus is a popular and talented American horse racing announcer presently serving for NBC Sports since 2011 as a horse racing announcer where he covers the Breeders’ Cup and Triple Crown. Before that, he served at Suffolk Downs, Monmouth Park, NYRA, Gulfstream Park, and Monmouth Park. Larry likes reading and watching horses race when he is not at the station working.
Larry Collmus Age
Larry Collmus was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States on October 13, 1966, and he is 55 years old.
Larry Collmus Height
Collmus stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in (approx. 1.7 m).
Larry Collmus Family
He was born and brought up by his protective parents in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States of America. When it comes to his family, he prefers a private life where he has not revealed any information concerning her parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Larry Collmus Wife
He keeps a low profile when it comes to his love affairs where he has not revealed any details regarding his marital status hence it’s not publicly known if he is married, dating, divorced, single, or has any kids.
Larry Collmus Salary
Larry receives an annual average salary of $90,670 and this is according to NBC Sports horse racing announcers’ salaries.
Larry Collmus Net Worth
Larry has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and her career as a horse racing announcer at NBC Sports is the primary source of her income.
Larry Collmus Career
Larry is presently serving at NBC Sports since 2011 as a horse racing announcer where he covers the Breeders’ Cup and Triple Crown. Before that, he served at Suffolk Downs, Monmouth Park, NYRA, Gulfstream Park, and Monmouth Park. His career began in 1985 at Bowie Race Track at the age of 18.
He served at Pimlico, Bowie, Timonium Racetrack, and Laurel Park located in Maryland as the assistant announcer from 1985 to 1986. He was invited to Alabama to serve at the Birmingham Turf Club as an announcer In 1987.
At Monmouth Park, he served as an announcer. Before that, he served at Aqueduct as a winter announcer for two years. He was officially announced at Gulfstream Park in Florida in 2007 as a winter announcer.