Rich Waltz Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth CBS
Rich Waltz Biography
Rich Waltz is a popular American Sportscaster working for College Basketball on CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network as a play-by-play commentator. Also, he calls the Los Angeles Angels on Bally Sports West. Additionally, he also worked as a play-by-play for Miami Marlins for Fox Sports Florida before he was fired due to a change of management.
Rich Waltz Age
Rich Waltz was born in Martinez, California, in the United States on October 22, 1962. He is 59 years old.
Rich Waltz Height
Rich stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Rich Waltz Education
Rich attended Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, California where he played college baseball. But he moved and earned himself a bachelor’s degree in 1986 from the University of California. During his time there, he was the sports director and played baseball between 1985 to 1986.
Rich Waltz Family
Rich is a secretive person and has managed to maintain a low profile on details regarding his parents and siblings, however, a review on this segment is going on and will soon be updated.
Rich Waltz Wife
Rich is a married man to Renee, they have been married for at least two and a half decades. Together they are blessed with two kids named Jaimie, and Anna. After Rich was dispersed from Fox Sports in 2017, he transferred his family to Seattle so that his wife and children may be close to his sick father-in-law.
Rich Waltz Salary
Rich annually receives a salary of $98,800.
Rich Waltz Net worth
Rich has an approximated net worth of $1.2 million.
Rich Waltz Career
Rich presently works for College Basketball since 2014 as the CBS play-by-play commentator. During his career as a sportscaster, he has covered the Miami Marlins while working between 2005 to 2017 for Fox Sports Florida. Also, he has worked for college football games for various outlets including ACC and SEC conferences, ESPN Radio and ABC in the Big Ten, and ESPN as a play-by-play announcer.
Also, he has called college basketball games for NFL Europe, Big Sky Conferences, Pac-10, Washington prep basketball championships, and West Coast. Moreover, while working as a sports journalist, he has been a three-time receiver of the Emmy Awards.