Rich Waltz Age
Rich Waltz was born in Martinez, California, in the United States on October 22, 1962, he is 60 years of age.
Rich Waltz Height
Waltz stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( approx. 1.73m ).
Rich Waltz Family
Rich was born and raised by his supportive parents in Martinez, California, USA. He keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not shared any information concerning his siblings and parents hence their existence and professions are not known.
Rich Waltz Wife
Rich is happily and contentedly married to his supportive and beautiful wife named Renee. Rich and his wife have been living together for at least two and a half decades since they exchanged their vows.
The adorable duo is blessed with two beautiful daughters called Anna and Jaimie. In 2017 after he was sucked from Fox Sports, he relocated his family to Seattle so that his wife and kids may be near to his sickly father-in-law.
Rich Waltz Education
Rich joined Los Medanos College based in Pittsburg, California where he played college baseball and afterward he moved to the University of California, Davis, and in 1986 he graduated with a bachelor’s degree. From 1985 to 1986, he served as the sports director and played baseball while still studying at UC.
Rich Waltz Salary
Rich receives an annual average salary of $98,800 and this is according to CBS Sports Network and CBS Sports play-by-play commentators’ salary.
Rich Waltz’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million US dollars and his career as a play-by-play commentator at CBS Sports Network and CBS Sports is the primary source of his income.
Rich Waltz Career
Rich Waltz is a popular American Sportscaster currently serving on CBS Sports Network and CBS Sports as a play-by-play commentator for College Basketball. From 2005 to 2017, he provided coverage for the Miami Marlins, during his career as a sportscaster, while still serving for Fox Sports Florida.
He also served for college football games for several outlets as a play-by-play announcer such as ESPN, ACC and SEC conferences, ABC in the Big Ten, and ESPN Radio.
He also served for NFL Europe, West Coast, Washington prep basketball championships, Big Sky Conferences, and Pac-10 where he called college basketball games. He was awarded the Emmy Awards thrice while serving as a sports journalist.