Suzy Kolber - Quick Facts
|Place Of Birth||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US|
|Net Worth||$ 18,000,000 - Eighteen Million US Dollars Only|
|University||University of Miami|
|Best Known For||ESPN2|
|High School||Upper Dublin High School|
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Suzy Kolber is an American football sports caster and reporter. She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States as Suzanne Lee Kolber. Currently, she is working as a sideline reporter, co-producer and sports correspondent for ESPN. She graduated from the University of Miami with a bachelor’s of arts in telecommunication. She started her career in 1968 while she was still at college working as a sports director for Dynamic Cable. Then she worked as a video tape coordinator for CBS Sports in New York. After that, she was welcomed to ESPN and worked there for three years. She was one of the original anchors of ESPN2 when it launched in 1993. Three years later, she left ESPN2 to join Fox Sports. She returned back and rejoined ESPN in late 1999. She has also covered most of the major NFL games, NFL on Fox and horse racing at Fox Sports. Besides that, she is the producer of the shows Cowboys Special Edition during 1990-91 and Greyhound Racing during 1988-90. To recognize her contribution to WTVJ-TV, she was also honored with the local sport Emmy in 1988.
In her long career spanning over four decades, Kolber started from the bottom and paved a way to the top. Her hard work and dedication has not only made her famous but also fortunate. She has worked hard to establish herself as one of the top sports personalities. By now, she has accumulated a good sum of money. Her net worth is estimated to be around $18 million dollars. She certainly receives a handsome salary from ESPN for her excellent work but her exact salary has been kept hidden and has not been disclosed yet by any major sites. However, it is not very hard to guess that the amount is lucratively high. She earns most of her income from her television appearances and working for ESPN.