Lesley Visser - Quick Facts
|Best Known For||The NFL Today|
|Place Of Birth||Massachusetts, US|
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
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Lesley Visser is an American television personality, sports caster, radio personality and sports writer. She was born on September 11, 1953 in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States as Lesley Candace Visser. She is also the first female NFL analyst on television and the only sports caster in history to work on the Olympics, Final Four, World Series, U.S. Open, the World Figure Skating Championships, the Super Bowl, Monday Night Football and Triple Crown network broadcasts. As she covered the New England Patriots in 1976, she became the first female beat writer. She started her television career as she joined CBS Sports as a part time worker in 1984 and went full time in 1987. Currently, she writes column for CBSSports.com and contributes to The NFL Today and college basketball. Renowned as one of the best sportscaster, she was voted the No. 1 Female Sportscaster of all-time in a poll taken by the American Sportscaster Association. Currently, she works and a reporter for CBS Sports and News and also writes for CBSSports.com. There were no female sports writer in the older days but that never discouraged her and instead inspired her to become the first. She is a graduate of Boston College with a major in English.
The veteran sports caster has been into the sports industry for a really long time now. She has worked hard to reach her goal and has given her best. In return, she has received much fame and fortune. Over the years, she has accumulated a good amount of net worth but the exact sum is yet to be disclosed by any major sources. Likewise, her salary has been kept a secret too, but it isn’t too hard to guess that she gets a handsome salary for her good work. She adds lucrative sum to her income from her work as a sports caster and sports writer. Even at this age, she has not given up and is still delivering her best.