Jim Fox Biography
Jim Fox is a retired former ice hockey player. He played for the Los Angeles Kings in the National Hockey League (NHL) for nine seasons. Jim more than four decades has been part of the Kings organization and is currently working.
As a color commentator and sports reporter for the Kings Sports Channel.
Jim Fox Age
Fox was born in Coniston, Ontario, Canada, on May 18, 1960. Fox is 62 years old and on May 18, 1960, every year celebrates his birthday.
Jim Fox Height
Jim stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx. 1.73 m tall.
Jim Fox Education
Fox’s love for wines motivated him to study Enology from 2006 to 2008 at California, Los Angeles University. He also studied Winemaking in 2014 at Davis at the University of California.
Jim Fox Family
Fox was born and raised by his caring and loving parents in Coniston, Ontario, Canada. Although, has managed to keep his life private regarding her family members and siblings.
Jim Fox Wife
Fox has been married for more than three decades to his nice-looking wife Susie. The couple began dating in elementary school. Jim and Susie dated for several years on and off in Canada.
Jim Fox Salary
Fox receives an annual salary of $20,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to Kings Sports Group anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jim Fox’s Net worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Jim Fox Career
After Fox retired due to Knee injuries from NHL, he was hired on the Kings’ television broadcasts as the color analyst. Fox served alongside man Bob Miller for longtime play-by-play on Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket.
They were together for 27 years, including the Stanley Cup victories. In 2012 and 2014 and Kings’ first Stanley Cup Finals run in 1993. Fox has served with Brooklyn native, Alex Faust, and play-by-play announcer.
He had the honor in 2006 of being one of the speakers on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. When Miller was honored with a star. On January 25, 2016. Fox in sports broadcasting received an award for distinguished achievement. And was inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame Southern California Sports.