Ari Wolfe Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NFL Network
Ari Wolfe Biography
Ari Wolfe is a veteran American sportscaster. Currently, he calls sports events for several networks including Tennis Channel, the Kansas City Chiefs, Pac-12 Networks, ESPN, Stadium Network, and also NBC Sports. Moreover, he also works as an anchor and reporter at NFL Network. When he’s not air, he enjoys watching sports and spending quality time with his family.
Ari Wolfe Age
Ari Wolfe was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America on January 7, 1971. He is 50 years old.
Ari Wolfe Height
Ari stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Ari Wolfe Education
Ari received his High School Diploma from a local high school and Then he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Emory University. Later in 1995, he attended and graduated with his Master’s degree in Broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California.
Ari Wolfe Family
Ari was born and brought up by his parents in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. However, currently, he hasn’t mentioned detailed information on his parents and siblings, will fill out this segment.
Ari Wolfe Wife
Ari is happily married to his adorable wife Gada. The duo has been married for several years and is blessed with two kids. The family of four happily stays in California.
Ari Wolfe Kids
Ari and Gada are blessed with two children named Layla Edith who was born on January 25, 2019, she weighed 7 Ibs, 6 oz, measured approx 19 inches long, and was born at 3:28 AM. Then Jordan Jake was born on January 4, 2021, he weighed 6lb 14oz, measured approx 19.5 inches, and was born at 8:03 pm.
Ari Wolfe Salary
Ari receives an annual salary of $95,680.
Ari Wolfe Net Worth
Ari’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Ari Wolfe Career
Ari started his journalism career in 2001 when he was employed at Indiana Firebirds as a Play by Play announcer. He worked at the station for two years before working at the Philadelphia Eagles, where he was employed as a Pre-season play-by-play announcer.
He left the station two months and joined Arena Football League as a Play-by-Play Announcer. There, he worked for Indiana Firebirds for five years as an announcer and later announced for Philadelphia Soul for four years from 2004 to 2008.
He also worked at WHAS-TV as a host and play-by-play announcer. He joined Big Ten Network in September 2009, where he served for seven months as a Sports Commentator and later joined Minnesota Vikings Football as a Pre-season play-by-play announcer.
He worked at the station for four years before working at the Mountain West Sports Network as a Play-by-Play announcer. However, in March 2012 he left the network. Presently, he works for several networks including Universal Sports since April 2009, NFL Network since 2010, Time Warner Cable Sports Net since 2012, and lastly NBC Sports since June 2012 as a Play-by-play announcer.