John Anderson Biography
John Anderson works at the ESPN TV program Sports Center since June 1999 as a host. Together with John Buccigross and Kenny Mayne, he mostly appears on the 11 pm-1 am edition. also on the TV series called “Wipeout”, he works as a co-host. He authored a book with golfer Chi Chi Rodriquez, titled Chi Chi’s Golf Games You Gotta Play in 2003, the book teaches players how to play better golf as well as have fun while playing. Into the bargain, together with his wife, they commenced the Anderson Family Charitable Foundation in late 2009, also he competed in the NYC Marathon as Captain of Team Tillman, they wanted to raise money for the Pat Tillman Foundation, in November 2010.
John Anderson Age
John Anderson was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the United States on May 13th, 1965. He is 65 years old.
John Anderson Height
John stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
John Anderson Education
John finished his high school course at southwest Green Bay High School in Wisconsin, Green Bay. Then he earned a degree in Journalism from the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri in 1987.
John Anderson family
John is quite reserved on issues regarding his parents and siblings, he hasnt mentioned much about them to the public, however, research on this is going on, and will update this.
John Anderson Wife
John is a married man to Tamara Anderson, who worked for Fast Breakers as a professional cheerleader. The two have two kids; Katherine Anderson 17, and Collin Thomas Anderson 15.
John Anderson Salary
John annually earns a salary of $97,674. This is according to ESPN hosts salaries.
John Anderson Net Worth
John’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
John Anderson Career
John began his career at KOMU-TV in Columbia, Mo. Then he began working in June 1999 as their ESPNEWS anchor at ESPN from KPHO-TV in Phoenix, Ariz. He then began working from 1996 to 1999 as a weekend sports anchor in KPHO-TV. Previously, from 1990 to 1996 at KOTV in Tulsa, Oklato KPHO, as a sports reporter as well as a weekend sports anchor. He also worked from 1988 to 1990 at Tulsa’s KTUL-TV as a sports photographer and reporter. He made his first appearance as co-host of ESPN’s presentation of the 2013 ING New York City Marathon on November 3, 2013.
In 2003, he received an ESPN/Missouri internship for one journalism student, also by the Oklahoma Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in 1994 and 1995, he received the Outstanding Sports Feature Reporting Award and For the best performance in broadcast journalism, he received the Associated Press Television Award in Arizona in 1997.