Tim Brando Biography
Tim Brando is a prominent American journalist currently working as a National Sports Commentator at Fox Sports. Before, he worked at SiriusXM, ESPN, and Raycom Sports. He has mainly covered basketball, NCAA football, and the NBA. Apart from radio duties, he has also served as a studio host for games, a halftime host, as well as a play-by-play announcer.
Tim Brando Age
Tim Brando was born on 27th February 1956, in Shreveport, Louisiana, in the United States of America. He is 66 years old.
Tim Brando Height
Tim is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Tim Brando Family
Tim Brando was born and brought up by his hardworking father and devoted mother in Shreveport, Louisiana. He is the proud son of Hub Brando, who is a former broadcaster at radio station KCIJ located in Shreveport. Tim’s brother Curt passed on and got memorialized in Hong Kong on April 8, 2020.
Tim Brando Wife
He blissfully hitched to his lovely wife called Terri Glorioso Brando. The duo has been married for more than 4 decades. They are blessed with two daughters: Tiffany Brando Crews aged 37, and Tara Brando Sullivan aged 29. Tiffany attended and graduated from Louisiana State University while Tara joined and graduated from Ole Miss.
On September 7, 2016, Tim welcomed his first grandchild called Wilma Scarlett Sullivan, and on September 7, 2016, he welcomed his first grandson, Spencer Brando Crews.
Tim Brando Education
He attended Fair Park High School in Shreveport and graduated with a high school diploma in 1974. Later on, he matriculated at Northeast Louisiana Campus in Monroe (now the University of Louisiana at Monroe).
Tim Brando Salary
Tim Brando Net Worth
Tim Brando has stockpiled a hefty wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Tim Brando Career
Tim worked as a disk jockey at radio station KROK-FM in Shreveport, Louisiana in the year 1976. From 1981 to 1986, he served as the assistant sports director at WAFB-TV based in Baton Rouge and he did telecasts of Louisiana State Campus women’s and men’s basketball on Tigervision. He served as a studio host, at ESPN’s college football halftime show, for SportsCenter as well as for the network’s coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship from 1986 to 1994.