Spero Dedes Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, CBS Sports
Spero Dedes Biography
Spero Dedes is a sportscaster. Presently, He serves for CBS Sports as the play-by-play announcer during the preseason. Also, Dedes has served for the NBA on TNT. Before joining CBS Sport, Spero served for the Los Angeles Lakers as a radio play-by-play announcer. Dedes served there from 2005 until 2011.
Spero Dedes Age
Spero was born in Paramus, New Jersey, United States of America, on February 27, 1979. He is 42 years old.
Spero Dedes Height
Dedes stands at a height of 5 ft 10 inches/ Approx 1.78 m tall.
Spero Dedes Education
He attended Paramus High School and earned his high school diploma. Later on, Spero joined the Univerisity of Fordham to further his studies and graduated in 2001.
Spero Dedes Family
He was born in Paramus, New Jersey, the United States of America to his caring and supportive parents. Spero belongs to the Greek-American ethnicity but holds American nationality by birth. However, Dedes has not disclosed any details regarding his family members and whether he has any siblings. We will update you on this matter at hand as soon as we have clear information.
Spero Dedes Wife
Spero has managed to keep his life private regarding his marital status, though, a review concerning his love life is in progress and will be updated as soon as available to the media platforms as of remains a mystery.
Spero Dedes Salary
Spero receives an annual salary of $76,285. This is according to CBS Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Spero Dedes Net Worth
Dedes has an approximate net worth of $2 Million.
Spero Dedes Career
Dedes in December 2009, became part of the CBS Sports full-time announcer. He was assigned in the 2010 NCAA Tournament the role of calling regular-season college basketball. Spero was named a full-time announcer for the 2010 NFL season of the NFL on CBS. He called games with Adam Archuleta between 2017 and 2021.
Spero and Archuleta on December 10, 2017, were on the call for the Indianapolis Colts, the Buffalo Bills beat, and the Snow Bowl. Dedes also serves for the NBA on TNT as the #5 announcer. In addition, He is the #6 announcer for CBS as well as NCAA March Madness Turner’s coverage pairing with Steve Smith.