Dave Lapham Biography
Dave Lapham is a famous American former professional football offensive lineman presently serving for the Bengals’ radio as a color analyst.
During his career as a professional player, Lapham played for teams such as New Jersey Generals and Cincinnati Bengals.
Currently, he also hosts a podcast presented by First Star Logistics “In The Trenches with Dave Lapham”. Dave presently resides in Cincinnati, where Lapham s the president of the charitable foundation Charities M.D.
Dave Lapham Age | Birthday
Dave was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, in the United States of America, on June 24, 1952. He is 70 years old and on June 24 every year celebrates his birthday.
Dave Lapham Height
Lapham stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 4 inches (1.93 m).
Dave Lapham Education
Growing up in Massachusetts, Dave attended and graduated with a high school diploma from Wakefield Memorial High School, where he served for three years as a basketball captain and for four years as a captain in track. Dave later furthered his studies at the University of Syracuse Newhouse School of Communications and graduated with a degree.
Dave Lapham Family
Dave was born and raised to his loving parents in Melrose, Massachusetts, in the United States of America. Lapham belongs to the white ethnicity but is an American nationality by birth.
Dave Lapham Wife
He is in a happy marriage with his lovely and supportive wife called Lynne. The duo is currently the proud parents of their two grown children, Dave Jr., and Sarah, and has been married for several years.
Dave Lapham Salary
Dave’s average salary is $98,630 per year. This is according to Bengals’ Radio anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Dave Lapham Net Worth
Lapham has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Dave Lapham Career
Presently, Dave serves as a color analyst at Bengals’ radio alongside Dan Hoard serving as a play-by-play announcer. Furthermore, the two host a recap and preview television show with Zac Taylor called Bengals Weekly.
Previously in 1988, Lapham appeared on NBC on the NFL, where he covered as a color commentator a game of the Indianapolis Colts against the Buffalo Bills.