Randy Pedersen Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Fox Sports
Randy Pedersen Biography
Randy Pedersen is an American former experienced bowler and Sports Journalist. As of now, He serves for Fox Sports’ coverage of the PBA Tour as a color analyst. Randy is indicated in the Hall of Fame professional bowler and won 13PBA. Before joining Fox Sports, Pederson served for more than ten years for ESPN as an analyst.
Randy Pedersen Age
Randy was born in Shallotte, North Carolina in the United States, on May 28, 1962. He is 60 years old.
Randy Pedersen Height
Pedersen stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 inches/ Approx 1.88 m tall.
Randy Pedersen Family
He was born in Shallotte, North Carolina in the United States to his supportive parents. The family the early 1990s relocated to Clermont, Florida. Randy holds an American nationality and is of white ethnicity. Though, there is no clear information concerning his father, mother, and siblings. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear details.
Randy Pedersen Wife
He is currently single. Randy was previously married to Becky. The duo is proud parents of their two children Savannah and Chad. He lives in Florida ever since relocating in the 1990s.
Randy Pedersen Salary
Randy receives an annual salary of $87,646 annually. This is according to Fox Sports anchor’s/repoertes’ salaries.
Randy Pedersen Net Worth
Pedersen has an approximate net worth of $2 Million U.S dollars.
Randy Pedersen Career
He currently serves for Fox Sports’ coverage of the PBA Tour and FS1 as a color analyst. Randy was placed in the Hall of Fame professional bowler and won 13PBA. Randy in the year 2019 joined FOX Sports. Before that, Randy worked for more than ten years for ESPN as an analyst. He also served briefly in 2000 at Fox Sports Net.
Additionally, he held a small role comedy movie known as Kingpin in the year 1996 with other professional bowlers. Randy also appears in the 2006 A League of Ordinary Gentlemen and bowling documentary. His journalism career started as a lane-level reporter at ABC’s Pro Bowlers Tour.