Roxy Bernstein Biography
Roxy Bernstein is a famous American sportscaster. Currently, Roxy serves as a play-by-play broadcaster of college basketball and football for ESPN, Pac-12 Network, as well as Oakland Athletics. Earlier, he served as a Talk Show Host at XTRA Sports 860. Before that, he worked as a broadcaster at Fox Sports Net.
Roxy Bernstein Age
Roxy Bernstein was born on September 25, 1972, in San Francisco, California, in the United States. He is 50 years old and celebrates his birthday on September 25, every year.
Roxy Bernstein Height
He is a man of above-average height. Roxy stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches(Approximately 1.75 m).
Roxy Bernstein Family
Bernstein was born in San Francisco and brought up on the Peninsula in the Bay Area to his supportive and caring parents. As of now, Roxy has not disclosed any information regarding either his parents or if he has siblings.
Roxy Bernstein Wife
Roxy is merrily married to his beautiful wife and Roxy has not revealed her details to the public. Nevertheless, once Roxy’s wife’s name is available to the public we shall update it.
Roxy Bernstein Education
After his graduation from Pinewood School in Los Altos, California, he went on to the University of California. Afterward, Roxy graduated earning a bachelor’s degree in American Studies. During his time at Cal, he broadcast football, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball as well as was a sports director of the student radio station, KALX (FM).
Roxy Bernstein Salary
Bernstein receives an annual salary of $ 79,251. This is according to ESPN anchors\reporters salaries.
Roxy Bernstein’s Net Worth
Bernstein has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million US dollars.
Roxy Bernstein Career
Bernstein serves as a play-by-play broadcaster of college basketball and football at ESPN, Pac-12 Network, and Oakland Athletics and is the previous broadcast voice for the University of California Golden Bears men’s basketball team on the IMG Sports/Cal Basketball Radio Network. He has held this position since 1997. Additionally, he also covers national college football play-by-play on the Touchdown Radio Network alongside Gino Torretta a 1992 Heisman Trophy winner and College Football Hall of Fame member.
He also has been a part-time broadcaster for the Oakland A’s since 2014. Bernstein spent a period of three years serving as a broadcaster with the Florida Marlins (2005–2007), pairing with 2011 Ford C. Frick Award Winner Dave Van Horne, but parted ways with the Marlins to return to the Bay Area full-time. Earlier, during his stint with the Marlins, he called games for the San Francisco Giants and Montreal Expos in Major League Baseball. Roxy also worked for many minor league baseball clubs, such as the Sonoma County Crushers, Solano Steelheads, High Desert Mavericks, and Tacoma Rainiers.