Chris Fowler Biography
Chris Fowler is a preeminent American sports broadcaster, podcaster, and play-by-play-announcer for ESPN. He is well-known for his commentary on College GameDay. Prior to joining ESPN, he worked for KCNC-TV. Furthermore, Chris serves as the host of Who you got? podcast.
Chris Fowler Age
Chris Fowler was born on 23rd August 1962, in Denver, Colorado, in the United States of America. He is 60 years old.
Chris Fowler Height
Chris has a height of 6 feet 3 inches (approx. 1.9m).
Chris Fowler Family
Chris is a local of Denver, Colorado, in the United States. He is the son of Knox Fowler, his father, and Suzanne Brady Fowler, his mother. Nevertheless, Chris was brought up in Rockford, Illinois alongside his younger brother called Drew. Moreover, Chris’ dad worked as a theater professor at Penn State University. Additionally, Chris was raised single-handedly by his mom from the age of 16 years old after his dad died due to lung cancer.
Chris Fowler Wife
He is married to his beautiful wife Jennifer Dempster, an American actress and former instructor and model. Furthermore, Jennifer appeared on the Body Shaping show on ESPN in the 1990s. The lovely couple tied the knot on June 16, 2000.
Chris Fowler Education
He attained his high school diploma from Palmer High School. Later on, Chris matriculated at the University of Colorado where he graduated with a science degree in radio/television news in the year 1985.
Chris Fowler Salary
He receives an ample salary of $135,000 annually. This is according to ESPN hosts’ salaries.
Chris Fowler Net Worth
Chris has managed to cumulate decent career earnings over the years of his work net worth of $6 million.
Chris Fowler Career
He is currently working for ESPN as a college Football and Tennis commentator & host. While working for ESPN as a sports broadcaster, she succeeded Brent Musburger in 2014 as the play-by-play announcer for Saturday Night Football on ABC. Moreover, Chris joined ESPN in 1986 as the host and reporter for Scholastic Sports America up to 1988.
In the same year, he started to serve as the college football sideline reporter. During his stint with ESPN, he also worked as the host of SportsCenter, SportsCentury, Heisman Trophy Presentation, Triple Crown coverage, NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four coverage (1992-2005), etc. Prior to joining ESPN, Chris worked for KCNC-TV as a sports reporter, production assistant, and writer. Before, he worked as a sports intern for KMGH-TV in Denver.