Lesley Visser Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, CBS Sports
September 26, 2022
Lesley Visser Biography
Lesley Visser is a popular American Sports commentator. She has been working as a reporter for CBS Sports since 2000. Lesley hosts a weekly Tv show called ‘We Need To Talk’ at the station. Furthermore, she is part of the WFTL 640 Fox Sports’ morning drive in South Florida.
Prior to CBS Sports, she served as a sideline reporter for four years. Besides, she was nominated as the first Female Sportscaster by the American Sportscasters Association.
Lesley Visser Age
Lesley Visser was born on September 11, 1953, in Quincy, Massachusetts in the United States of America. She is around 68 years old.
Lesley Visser Height
She is a woman of average height. Lesley stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.71 m).
Lesley Visser Family
She was born to her American parents in 1963, in Quincy, Massachusetts in the United States of America. Her mother helped her sports career completely and she would say to her Sometimes you have to cross when it says “don’t walk. Her father operated as a scientific engineer and the family kept migrating.
Lesley Visser Husband
She is married to her devoted husband called Bob Knuth. Bob labors as a former basketball captain and as a businessman at Havard. The pair got hitched in 2011. Lesley was earlier married to Dick Stockton.
Dick works as a baseball and football broadcaster for Turner Sports. The duo first met in the 1975 World Series on its sixth game. The duo got wedded in 1983 and after twenty-seven years in marriage, they got divorced in 2010.
Lesley Visser Education
Visser attended South Hadley High School and graduated with her high school diploma. She afterward joined Boston College and graduated with a major in English.
Lesley Visser Salary
Visser receives an annual average salary of $83,546. This is according to CBS Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Lesley Visser’s Net Worth
Visser has an estimated net worth of $11 Million US dollars.
Lesley Visser Career
She presently works for CBS Sports and News, as a reporter writing for CBSSports.com since 2000. She also hosts a weekly Tv show called We Need To Talk at the station. Prior to CBS Sports, she worked for ESPN and ABC Sports as a sideline reporter for four years.
Visser joined ABC and ESPN Sports in 1995 after CBS lost its NFL games right in 1993. She served at the station as the first female sideline correspondent where she covered Super Bowl XXXIV and Super Bowl XXIX for ABC.
While there, she worked as a reporter for the NFL playoffs games and college football bowl games during Wild Card Saturday. At ESPN she donated to the Monday Night Countdown, SportsCenter, and NFL GameDay as well as reported for the College basketball and super bowls.
Her career life started at CBS Sports as a part-time sportscaster and was afterward hired as a full-time in 1987. She reported unique projects for the NBA like college basketball and NBA finals, the U.S open tennis, MLB, Final Four, world series, and horse riding.
Further, she worked as a reporter for The Super Bowl Today as well as a sideline reporter for the Super Bowl XLI. She emerged on NBC Sports where she reported on the summer Olympics in 2004. She was called the first female analyst for the NFL broadcast cubicle after the 2001 NFL season.