Chuck Swirsky Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Chicago Bulls
Chuck Swirsky Biography
Chuck Swirsky is an American radio sports announcer presently working for the Chicago Bulls as a play-by-play voice. Before joining Chicago Bulls, He was working for Toronto Raptors between 1998 to 2008 as a play-by-play voice.
Chuck Swirsky Age
Chuck was born in Norfolk, Virginia, in the United States, on January 30, 1954. He is 67 years old.
Chuck Swirsky Height
Swirsky stands at a height is 5 ft 8 inches/ approx 1.73 m tall.
Chuck Swirsky Education
He attended Interlake High School, a public school in Bellevue, Washington for her high school education. Later on, Chuck received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Ohio.
Chuck Swirsky Family
Despite being a public figure, Chuck has managed to keep his life private away from the limelight regarding his father, mother, and siblings. Though, research information concerning his family members and siblings is in progress and will be updated
Chuck Swirsky Wife
He is married to his lovely and pretty wife Ann Swirsky. The duo has six children in a blended family. Though, this is not the first time that Chuck has been married. He was married to his first wife whom she met in 1990 in Wheaton called Judy. Chuck and Judy had three children.
Chuck Swirsky Salary
Chuck receives an annual salary of $125,600 per year. This is according to Chicago Bulls anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Chuck Swirsky Net Worth
Swirsky has an approximated net worth of $2 million.
Chuck Swirsky Career
He is currently serving for the Chicago Bulls as the play-by-play voice. He became an inductee of the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame in September 2016. He was previously working in Canada as the play-by-play voice for the Toronto Raptors.
While working there, Chuck coached the game to his young players and instilled their love of basketball. Before joining Toronto Raptors, He was working for the University of Michigan Wolverines football and the Detroit Red Wings as an anchor for both pre-and-post games.
During his career as a sportscaster, Chuck has also covered the basketball games at DePaul University, Bulls, and Cubs, as well as Chicago Bears. He has also been a recipient from the Associated Press of Michigan as the Best Play-By-Play and Sportscaster.