Terry Gannon (Terrance Patrick Gannon) is a popular American sports journalist currently serving at Golf Channel as a play-by-play host since January 2010.
Terry as well works on NBC Sports for figure skating as the chief play-by-play host. Before that, he served as a sports commentator for twenty-five years and one month at ABC Sports and ESPN Inc.
Terry Gannon Age
Terry Gannon was born in Joliet, Illinois, Chicago, United States on November 1, 1963, he is 58 years of age.
Terry Gannon Height
Gannon stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 1 in ( Approx 1.85m).
Terry Gannon Family
Terry was born and brought up in Joliet, Illinois, Chicago, in the United States by his caring and protective parents. His father served at Joliet Catholic High School as a basketball coach where he learned. Due to his secretive nature, he keeps a low profile when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any details concerning his siblings and mother, and their professions and presence are not known.
Terry Gannon Wife
Terry is happily and contentedly married to his attractive wife named Lisa Gannon who was born on January 1. The adorable couple exchanged their vows on May 17, 1987. Terry and his caring wife are blessed with two adorable kids, a beautiful daughter called Madailein Gannon, and an amazing son named Jake Gannon.
Terry Gannon Education
He studied at Joliet Catholic High School and afterward joined North Carolina State University located in Raleigh, North Carolina, where in 1985 he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. He was on the Wolfpack team and played college basketball while still schooling at the University.
Terry Gannon Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $93,135 and this is according to Golf Channel play-by-play hosts’ salary.
Terry Gannon’s Net Worth
Terry has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars and his career as a play-by-play host at Golf Channel is the primary source of his income.
Terry Gannon Career
Terry Gannon (Terrance Patrick Gannon) is a popular American sports journalist currently serving at Golf Channel as a play-by-play host since January 2010 where he provides coverage for PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour match. He also serves as a contributor at NBC Sports for the Ryder Cup Group.
He also serves on NBC Sports for figure skating as the chief play-by-play host where he contributes to the Olympic Games. After their critically applauded commentary in October 2014 at the Socho Olympics, Terry together with Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir was named as the station’s lead figure skating announce team.
He together with them hosted the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games closing ceremony and also called all primetime figure skating. His reporting for NBC Sports of the five Olympic Games comprises positions as a play-by-play commentator and studio host for short track, canoeing, rowing, golf, and figure skating.
Before that, he served as a sports commentator from January 1987 to January 2012 for twenty-five years and one month at ABC Sports and ESPN Inc.