Alex Faust Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Los Angeles Kings
Alex Faust Biography
Alex Faust is an energetic American journalist currently in California, working for the Los Angeles Kings as a play-by-play voice since taking over legendary Bob Miller in 2017.
In addition, he also works at FOX Sports as the lead play-by-play announcer, where he covers college football and basketball. Together with analyst Petros Papadakis, they joined to cover the college football season in 2021. When he’s not on-air, he enjoys going out with his beautiful wife, watching sports, hiking, and traveling.
Alex Faust Age
Alex Faust was born in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States of America on January 14, 1989. He is 32 years old.
Alex Faust Height
Alex stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Alex Faust Family
Alex has maintained a low profile on details regarding his parents and siblings, however, a review on this is going on, and soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
Alex Faust Wife
Alex is happily married to Carolyn. Soon as he shares out more about their lovelife, will fill it out.
Alex Faust Education
Alex attended and graduated with a degree in political science and economics from Northeastern University in Massachusetts in 2012.
Alex Faust Salary
Alex receives a salary of $86,690.
Alex Faust Net Worth
Alex’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Alex Faust Career
Alex presently works for the Los Angeles Kings since officially joining in June 2017 as a play-by-play announcer. In addition, he works for Fox Sports calling college basketball, college football, and Major League Baseball games. He began his career while still a student at university student, he worked at WRBB, a student radio station as a sports reporter, calling ice hockey and Huskies basketball.
After he graduated he worked as a consultant and data analyst at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Also, he called games for Utica Comets during the American Hockey League from 2013 to 2015. Then he worked for several major networks including NESN, ESPN, Westwood One, and NBC Sports as an announcer. Then he got a job at NESN, where he called college basketball games, but later he was promoted as the station’s play-by-play announcer for their coverage of Hockey East games.