Rod Gilmore is a popular American college football analyst presently serving for ESPN and ABC since 1996. Before that, he served for Prime Sports Network, SportsChannel Bay Area, and Pacific Sports Network. He played for three years as a defensive back while still schooling at Stanford University.
Gilmore is a longtime recruit at Stanford and a practicing lawyer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to that, he worked as an officer of two commodities funded by the Stanford Alumni Association. He is a fellow of the Board of Directors of the Stanford Alumni Association and also works as a chairman of the Stanford Athletic Board.
Rod Gilmore Age
Rod Gilmore was born in Oakland, California, United States on January 31, 1960, he is 62 years of age.
Rod Gilmore Height
Gilmore stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx. 1.75 m).
Rod Gilmore Family
Rod was born and brought up by his loving and supportive parents in Oakland, California. His father is named Carter Gilmore who was the first African American elected to the Oakland, California, city council. Rod has not revealed any information concerning his mother and sibling hence their whereabouts are not known.
Rod Gilmore Wife
Gilmore is happily and contentedly married to his gorgeous wife named Marie Gilmore who in November 2010 was elected as the mayor of Alameda, California. He has not mentioned any details concerning their kids hence it is not known if they have any.
Rod Gilmore Education
He joined Stanford University where he earned a degree in English. Rod played baseball for the Cardinal while still schooling at the University. Afterward, he went to the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (J.D.) where in 1986 he graduated with a degree in law.
In 1986 he was accepted to the California State Bar. Nowadays, Gilmore is in Palo Alto, Calif with the business law firm of Barlow, Doty, Britt & Thieman.
Rod Gilmore Salary
Gilmore receives an annual average salary of $99,876 and this is according to ESPN college football analysts’ salary.
Rod Gilmore’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a college football analyst at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Rod Gilmore Career
In August 1996 is when he came to ESPN where he was first employed to work as a college football analyst. Rod serves on an ESPN/ABC Saturday telecast which throughout the season airs weekly. He also donates to studio shows including SportsCenter and College Football Live. Before that, he worked as a contributor and ESPN studio analyst for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com.
From 1993 to 1995 he worked in California as an analyst at Prime Sports Network where from 1991 to 1993 he provided coverage for Pac-10 football, together with SportsChannel Bay Area. He was selected for an Emmy Award for live sports coverage of Pac-10 football in 1994.