Vince Cellini Biography
Vince Cellini is a famous American sports broadcaster for radio and television currently working at Golf Channel as a Host of the PGA Tour Champions Learning Center and has been a Live Event Contributor since September 2017.
Vince also serves at CNN as a Sports Anchor, Host, and Producer. Before, Cellini served at FOX Sports as a Host of Cavs In The Paint. Prior to that, Vince served on NBA TV as an anchor, reporter, and host.
Vince Cellini Age
Vince was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States, on June 10, 1959. He is 62 years old.
Vince Cellini Height
Celllni is a man of above-average stature and stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 1 inch (Approx 1.83 m).
Vince Cellini Education
After completing his primary and high school education, He joined The College of Wooster in 1977. Later on, in 1981, Vince graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts in communication and media studies.
Vince Cellini Family
Vince was born to his caring parents in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. He has a handsome brother called Nick Who has been a sports talk host for many years in Atlanta. His brother now co-hosts Dimino and Cellini on WCNN.
Vince Cellini Wife
He is married to his pretty wife called Lisa a University of Tennessee law school graduate. The duo has three sons namely Adam, Vincent, and Alex.
Vince Cellini Salary
Vince’s annual salary is $ 77,898 per year. This is according to Golf Channel anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Vince Cellini Net Worth
Cellini has an approximate net worth of $5 million.
Vince Cellini Career
January 13, 2003, was His first day on The Golf Channel when Vince assumed hosting duties on Golf Talk from Peter Kessler. That very first guest Vince interviewed on that night was a legendary golfer Arnold Palmer, who co-founded The Golf Channel along with Joseph Gibbs, in 1995.
His other Golf Channel duties comprise anchoring Golf Central, the network’s flagship news show, and hosting “Top Shelf Wednesday”, a 2+1⁄2-hour primetime lineup of shows.
Cellini along with fellow Golf Channel colleague Stephanie Sparks started hosting the network’s reality television competition show, The Big Break, with their role The Big Break III: Ladies Only as hosts starting with the show’s third season. The two also hosted The Big Break IV: USA vs. Europe, in the Fall of 2005 aired.