Jimmy Roberts Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NBC

Jimmy Roberts

Jimmy Roberts

Jimmy Roberts Biography

Jimmy Roberts is a Sportscaster presently working since May 2000. In New York at NBC Sports as a commentator, reporter, and sports writer. Roberts served at both ABC Sports and ESPN for around 12 years as a sports reporter.

And sports anchor where Jimmy Roberts won 11 Emmy Sports Awards before joining NBC Sports Network. He also won two Emmys since joining NBC Spots Group Channel.

Jimmy Roberts Age

Roberts was born in White Plains, New York, in the United States, in 1957. He is about 65years old.

Jimmy Roberts Height

He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/Approx 1.72 m tall.

Jimmy Roberts Education

Roberts attended White Plains High School in 1975 for his high school education. He was the school’s morning announcer (originating the morning joke of the day) and played varsity lacrosse during his time in high school.

Roberts joined the Maryland College Park University later on. Over his time at Maryland, He served at one of his sports Emmys is on display there. And the famous campus hangout R.J. Bentley’s Filling Station.

Jimmy Roberts Family

Roberts is a reserved person when it comes to details concerning his family members and siblings.

Jimmy Roberts Wife

Roberts is married to his super caring and nice-looking wife Sandra Mayer. The couple lives in New York, Westchester County with their three amazing sons.

Jimmy Roberts Salary

Roberts earns an annual salary of $50,000 – $ 100,000 per year, by NBC Sports Group Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Jimmy Roberts’s Net worth

He has an estimated net worth of  $1 Million – $5 Million.

Jimmy Roberts Career

Roberts Sports is the interviewer of golf coverage for NBC. One of the main anchors for NBC’s weekend sports updates, in addition to hosting the halftime show for Notre Dame football. Anchoring the network’s coverage of the French Open.

And serving the 2000 American League Championship Series. As a field reporter for NBC’s coverage. He also won two Emmys since joining NBC and covered horse racing. In his broadcasting career has covered 10 Olympic Games.

Roberts has hosted a nightly feature that says about a different athlete or the history of a certain place named the Chevy Olympic Moments at an Olympics during the Olympics at NBC. He also served on the 2008 Summer Olympics for NBC Sports coverage as a correspondent.