Bruce Wolf Biography
Bruce Wolf is a renowned American Journalist working as a sportscaster and news show host on NBC Universal in Deerfield, Illinois. He has been working at the station since August 2006. He also works as a part-time sportscaster at NBC Universal since August 2006. Before that, he worked in Chicago in 1887 as a morning sports anchor and won three local Emmy awards at WFLD-TV FOX News.
Bruce Wolf Age
Bruce Wolf was born in Skokie, Illinois in the United States of America on September 11, 1953. He is 70 years old.
Bruce Wolf Height
Bruce stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches/1.7 m tall.
Bruce Wolf Family
Bruce Wolf was born and brought up by his parents in Skokie, Illinois in the United States. However, he is a private person who has managed to keep his parents’ and siblings’ information private.
Bruce Wolf Wife
Bruce married his lovely wife Caryn in 1975, and the couple has five children. The family has lived in Old Mill Creek, Illinois since 2010. Before that, they lived in Riverwoods, Illinois in 1990 and then in Deerfield, Illinois in 2007.
Bruce Wolf Education
From 1971 to 1975, Bruce attended Northwestern University and earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He later enrolled at Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1975 and graduated with honors in 1981.
Bruce Wolf Salary
Bruce annually receives a salary of $80,354.
Bruce Wolf’s Net Worth
Bruce’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Bruce Wolf Career
He works as a divorce attorney in his spare time and hosts the station’s show Barely Today. He received his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1981. Since August 2006, he has worked as a sportscaster and news show host for WMAQ-TV, an NBC Universal affiliate in Deerfield, Illinois. Bruce also works part-time as a divorce lawyer and hosts the station’s Barely Today show. He has been a part-time sportscaster at NBC Universal since August 2006.
Before that, in 1887, he worked as a morning sports anchor at WFLD-TV FOX News in Chicago. He received three local Emmy nominations. For one year, Bruce co-hosted an informal talk show on WFLD-TV after the 9 p.m. newscasts. In 1994, he was promoted to morning sports anchor for the station. He had been with the station for eighteen years when his contract was terminated in February 2006.
From 1976 to 1980, he worked as an Athlete’s Feats host and a Morning Sportscast host at WXRT. He also worked as a sportscaster for WLUP-FM for over four years. During his time at WLUP-FM, he created a morning show called “Chet Chitchat,” which was a collaboration between Chicago sportscasters Chuck Swirsky and Chet Coppock.