Barry Tompkins Biography
Barry Tompkins is a boxing commentator presently working for Showtime Sports. For the ShoBox series as a blow-by-blow voice. He was serving as the play-by-play man for WAC Sports Network before joining the Showtime Sports station in 2012.
Tompkins served as a sports director for KPIX-TV and had a kick start while working for KCBS radio in his sportscasting career during his career as a sportscaster.
Barry Tompkins Age
Tompkins was born in San Fransisco, California, in the United States, on May 2, 1940. He is 82 years old.
Barry Tompkins Height
Tompkins stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.73 m tall.
Barry Tompkins Education
Tompkins joined Washington High School for his high school diploma. He come-by by his sportscasting experience from the streets.
Barry Tompkins Family
Tompkins is a secretive person despite being a public figure, therefore, he likes to keep his life private regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Barry Tompkins Wife
Tompkins got married in May 1988 to his caring wife Joan Ryan. Joan is an author. The duo has a son named Ryan. The couple in May 2013 celebrated 25 years of marriage.
Barry Tompkins Salary
Tompkins earns an annual salary of $10,000 – $100, 000 per year, according to Showtime Sports Group anchors/reporters’ salaries
Barry Tompkins’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Barry Tompkins Career
Tompkins is currently serving on Showtime Sports for the ShoBox series as a blow-by-blow voice. He was serving for WAC Sports Network as a play-by-play man before joining Showtime sports in February 2012. Tompkins was serving on Sunday Night Fights as the play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports before joining WAC.
In 1995, he spent more than a decade and a half working for Fox Sports . Tompkins joined Fox after serving for Thursday Night Fights as a play-by-play for ESPN. He has also served for HBO along with Larry Merchant and Sugar Ray Leonard during his career as a sportscaster. Tompkins was previously serving as a television play-by-play for basketball and football for NBC Sport.