Brandon Gaudin Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Nfl
Brandon Gaudin Biography
Brandon Gaudin is a known American sportscaster. Presently, he works for Fox Sports and the Big Ten Network broadcasts as a play-by-play of NFL and college football, basketball, as well as baseball. In addition, he works for EA Sports as the voice of Madden NFL, he has been serving there since 2017.
Also, he selects NFL games on Westwood One and calls the Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament. Before, he worked for Tech football and men’s basketball, and also Butler men’s basketball as the voice of Georgia.
Brandon Gaudin Age
Brandon Gaudin was born in Evansville, Indiana, the United States of America on December 18, 1983. He is 38 years old.
Brandon Gaudin Height
Brandon stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 in/1.8m tall.
Brandon Gaudin Family
Brandon hasnt disclosed details about his parents and siblings to the limelight, however, a review on this segment is ongoing and will soon update this section.
Brandon Gaudin Wife
Despite being public, Brandon hasnt revealed details about his lovelife, it isnt known whether he is in a relationship or not, but soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
Brandon Gaudin Education
Gaudin finished his high school course at Harrison High School. During his time there, he convinced a local radio station to let him broadcast some of his school’s baseball games. Then he attended and graduated with a degree in communications with an emphasis in broadcasting from Butler University. While in college, he majored in Political Science and received a minor in Business. At his graduation, he was titled and got the distinction of the “Most Outstanding Communications Student” and “Top 10 Male Student” in his class.
Brandon Gaudin Salary
Brandon annually earns a salary of $68,254.
Brandon Gaudin Net Worth
Brandon has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Brandon Gaudin Career
Brandon’s first job was working for an affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels called the Orem Owlz broadcasting Minor League baseball. After one season with Orem, he took an on-air break to assist in the formation of a New York City start-up. There, he worked together with other two former bosses at ESPN, where he interned during college, the previous Larry King Live Producer Robert Grossman and previous President of MSNBC Erik Sorenson, who launched MediaOne Management in 2007.
He also worked for the local ABC affiliate as a freelance on-air talent, then he worked for three years s the Voice of the Butler Bulldogs. He broadcasted different collegiate championships. He became the voice of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in 2013, he replaced Wes Durham who went on to call SEC and ACC games for FSN.
An announcement was made that Brandon would take over from Jim Nantz as the Play-by-Play Voice of the Madden NFL video game for EA Sports in June 2016. Besides expanding his role in college and the NFL as a play-by-play voice for Westwood One, He was signed to broadcast football, basketball, as well as baseball by the Big Ten Network in June 2016, he also works for Fox Sports, broadcasts select NFL, college football, college basketball, and also Major League Baseball games.
Besides that, he worked for Turner Sports calling different NCAA championships and selecting ACC baseball and basketball games on ESPN3. Various of his calls have been featured on the Dan Patrick Show as well as ESPN’s SportsCenter Play of the Day. One of his popularity points in Brandon’s career came during his junior year in college after he won a nationwide Play-by-Play competition sponsored by CBS during the 2005 NCAA Tournament.