Will Selva is a famous American sportscaster currently serving on NFL Network as a co-host of Good Morning Football and an anchor. Will was serving as an anchor for ESPN prior to coming NFL in January.
Will Selva Age
Will was born in San Francisco, California, in the United States in 1972, his exact date of birth is not known and he is 50 years of age.
Will Selva Height
Selva stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in ( Approx. 1.68 m).
Will Selva Family
Will was born to his immigrant parents in San Francisco, California, in the United States of America. In addition, his parents made sure Will learned the Spanish Language. He has not disclosed any information regarding his parents.
Will Selva Wife
Will is a proud father of two adorable children that are a daughter and a son, he often spent time with his children during his free time, he likes playing and going on vacations with them. Will has not shared any details about the mother of his children. Hence his marital status is not known.
Will Selva Education
Will joined Arizona State University and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1995 at Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications.
Will Selva Salary
Will receive an annual salary of $99,800 and this is according to NFL Network hosts’/anchors’ salaries.
Will Selva’s Net Worth
Will has an estimated net worth of $1.6 million U.S dollars and his career as a host and an anchor is the source of his wealth.
Will Selva Career
Since January 2013, Will has been serving as a co-host of Good Morning Football and an anchor, and also in the same year, he went to NFL. Till January 2017, he as well began to host both the English and Spanish versions of College Football on Fox Sports West, Big West.
Will also served as an anchor for ESPN during his career as a sportscaster. While Will was serving for ESPN, he hosted Baseball Tonight, College Football Live, SportsCenter, NBA 2 Night, and College Basketball.
He as well served as a sports anchor for Robin and Company, Headline News’ morning show for CNN. While Will was serving for CNN, he provided coverage for the sudden death of Thomas Herrion, the Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees rivalry, the World Series in 2005, and Super Bowl XL. Prior to coming to CNN, he was serving as the weekday sports anchor for KXTV in Sacramento.
Before that Will was serving as a sports reporter for KRON in San Francisco, and while he was serving for KRON he began sportscasts for famous people like lawyer Johnnie Cochran, Digital Underground’s Shock G, Charlton Heston, and mayor Willie Brown.