Chris Broussard Biography
Chris Broussard is a famous American Sportscaster. He works for both Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports Radio as a sports analyst and commentator presently. Broussard is popular for his coverage of the NBA. He also works on FS1’s morning show called “First Things First as the co-host in addition.
Chris Broussard Age
He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the United States of America on October 28, 1968. Broussard is 54 years old as of 2022.
Chris Broussard Height
He stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx 1.7m).
Chris Broussard Family
His parents are Edward Broussard, who worked for Traveler’s Insurance Co as a personnel manager, and Cheryl Broussard.
Chris Broussard Wife
He is merely married to Crystal Broussard, they exchanged vows in 1995. Together, they are blessed with two twin daughters called Alexis and Noelle.
Chris Broussard Kids
He and Crystal are blessed with twin daughters called Alexis and Noelle. Noelle attended and graduated with degrees in Communications and Film, Television & Media. On May 2, 2020, from The University of Michigan. Any additional and missing details will be updated soon.
Chris Broussard Education
He attended and earned his high school diploma in 1986 at a private school in the Cleveland suburb, Parma Heights, Ohio called Holy Name High School. Broussard was a standout football and basketball player and in 2016 he was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame during his time in high school.
Then he attended and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English in May 1990 from Oberlin College. During, his time in college, he played point guard on the Oberlin basketball team.
Chris Broussard Salary
He annually receives a salary of $87,196.
Chris Broussard Net Worth
He earns an accumulated net worth of $1 million.
Chris Broussard Career
He is an American Sportscaster. Presently, he works for both Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports Radio as a sports analyst and commentator. Broussard is popular for his coverage of the NBA. In addition, he also works on FS1’s morning show called “First Things First as the co-host.
He works for a show called “The Odd Couple with Rob Parker” as the co-host, The show broadcasts on Fox Sports Radio In the bargain. Broussard worked for ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine as well as The New York Times prior.
Also, made some appearances as an analyst on ESPN’s SportsCenter, First Take, NBA Countdown, and NBA Fastbreak. He commenced his sports writing career for The Plain Dealer in 1990. Broussard worked for some time prior to working with the Akron Beacon Journal.
He covered the NBA during his time there. Broussard worked for The New York Times, while at the station he covered the NBA in general for one year. The New York Knicks for three years, as well as the New Jersey Nets for two years then in 1998. He became part of ESPN The Magazine in September 2004.