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Chris Fowler was born on the 23rd August 1962, in Denver, Colorado USA, and is a sports broadcaster probably best known for his work for ESPN on which he hosted “College Game Day” (1990 – 2014), and since 2014 for hosting the “Saturday Night Football” broadcast on ABC. Fowler has been active in the entertainment industry since 1984.
How rich is the sports broadcaster? Authoritative sources have estimated that the outright size of Chris Fowler net worth is as much as $4 million, as of the data presented in the late 2016; it has been reported that Chris earns $1.5 million per year, from Television, the main source of his wealth.
Chris Fowler Net Worth $4 Million
To begin with, he was raised in Rockford, Illinois; his father Knox was a well-known theatre professor. The family moved to Colorado Springs when Chris was a teenager, where he was educated at the General William J. Palmer High School, in which he covered sports news working in high school television. The Denver Press Club awarded him the Alan Berg Memorial Journalism Scholarship when he entered the University of Colorado, from where Fowler graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1985. While still a student, he worked as a host and producer of a weekly show for cable television, then completed his internship in the sports department of KMGH-TV.
Concerning his professional career, he started as a production assistant and a sports reporter at KCNC-TV. In 1986, Chris joined ESPN in which he held the position of reporter and host of the “Scholastic Sports America” program. In 1990, he joined the “College Game Day” show in which he served as a host. Somewhat controversially, in 1997 Charles Woodson won the Heisman Trophy beating Tennesee’s Peyton Manning – the fans of the latter blamed ESPN and Fowler, who handed the trophy to the winner during the award ceremony, with Chris abused by the fans of Tennessee. Afterwards, “College Game Day” avoided working on the campus of Tennessee. Regardless, his net worth was well established.
It is worth mentioning that he hosted other programs on ESPN too, including “College Basketball”, “Summer X Games”, “Winter X Games” as well as anchoring the tennis tournament broadcasts of the French Open, Australian Open, USA Open and Wimbledon. In 2014, Flowler started hosting a weekly presentation of prime time broadcasts of National Collegiate Athletic Association “Saturday Night Football” aired on ABC, and he also became the annual host of the presentation of the Heisman Trophy. More, Chris Fowler is also the host of the ESPN biography program “Sports Century”.
To summarise, all the above mentioned engagements have increased the overall size of Chris Fowler net worth as well as popularity.
Finally, in the personal life of the sports broadcaster, Chris Fowler married the former instructor and model Jennifer Dempster; she starred in the fitness and exercise show “Body Shaping” aired on ESPN in the 1990s. The two are often seen in sports events together. They have no children.
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 23, 1962|
|Place Of Birth||Winnipeg Manitoba Canada|
|Profession||Sports announcer, Sports broadcaster, Studio Host|
|Education||General William J. Palmer High School, University of Colorado|
|Spouse||Jennifer Dempster (m. 2006-)|
|Awards||27th Annual Sports Emmy Awards (2006, ESPN’s “College GameDay”)|
|Nominations||31st Annual Sports Emmy Awards for Outstanding Sports Personality/Studio Host (2010)|
|TV Shows||"Rocky Mountain News", “Scholastic Sports America”, “College Basketball”, “Summer X Games”, “Winter X Games”, “College Game Day” (1990 – 2014), “Saturday Night Football” (2014-),“Sports Century”|
|Shaquille O'Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam - Live from Atlanta||2013||TV Movie audio supervisor: stage|