Andy Furman is a veteran American radio personality presently serving as an On-Air Talent for Fox Sports Radio. Since officially joining in January 2009, He has been a part of the network’s family.
Other than his current station, He has been heard on different stations including WFTK-FM, WLW-AM, and WQRT-AM. Furman for over three decades has hosted a radio talk show host.
Andy Furman Age
Andy was born in the United States of America. Unfortunately, his date and year of birth remain a mystery to the public dominion. He is around 66 years old.
Andy Furman Height
Furman stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Andy Furman Education
He graduated with a high school diploma from a local high school and later furthered his studies at the University of City New York-Hunter College and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education in 1967.
Andy Furman Family
Andy was born and raised under the loving care of his supportive and loving parents in the United States. However, information regarding his family members is under review and shall be updated soon. Furman belongs to the white ethnicity but is an American nationality by birth.
Andy Furman Wife
He is presently in a happy marital relationship with his caring and supportive wife called Wendy. The duo is currently proud parents of their two handsome sons Alex and Jake and has been married for three years. The couple happily lives in California.
Andy Furman Children
He is a proud father of his two grown sons called Alex and Jake.
Andy Furman Salary
Andy’s average salary is $88, 930 per year. This is according to Fox Sports Radio anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Andy Furman Net Worth
Furman has an approximate net worth of $1 million.
Andy Furman Career
Currently, Andy serves at Fox Sports Radio based in California as an On-Air Talent since joining the network in January 2009. Furman for over three decades has hosted radio talk shows hosts. Throughout his career, he has made stops on various radio stations including WFTK-FM, WLW-AM, and WQRT-AM.
While in Cincinnati, Furman was popularly recognized as “The undisputed king of sports talk radio.” In 2006, while working for WLW, Andy during a sports talk show which cost him his job made called the Bengal’s wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh a “racist”.