Paul Sunderland Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN

Paul Sunderland

Paul Sunderland

Paul Sunderland Biography

Paul Sunderland is a journalist presently working since rejoining in 1993 at ESPN as a play-by-play announcer. He served for the 2016 Summer Olympics as a play-by-play announcer for NBC before joining ESPN. Sunderland still covered Barcelona Summer Olympics 1992 while still at NBC.

He was a professional volleyball and basketball player. During his free time, He likes writing,  reading, and watching sports before his journalism career.

Paul Sunderland Age

Sunderland was born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America, on March 29, 1952. He is 70 years old and on March 29 every year celebrates his birthday.

Paul Sunderland Height

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

Paul Sunderland Education

Sunderland attended Notre Dame High School for his high school diploma growing up in California. While still a High School student, He later received a basketball scholarship to play and played basketball for the University of Oregon.

Paul Sunderland Family

He was born and also raised under the warmth care of his loving mother.  And the father in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America.

Paul Sunderland Wife

Sunderland is married to his loving and beautiful wife Maud-Ann. During the 1977 World University Games in Bulgaria, the couple met. Maud-Ann is a two-time national fencing champion and originally from Sweden. The sweet duo since they were wedded in 1978 has been living together. Sunderland and Maud-Ann are the proud parents of their two amazing children. The family lives in California, Los Angeles currently.

Paul Sunderland Salary

Sunderland receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000,  in accordance with ESPN Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Paul Sunderland’s Net worth

He has an approximated net worth of  $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.

Paul Sunderland Career

He was officially invited to team tryouts to the United States National and cut from the developmental squad. After the team was unable and defeated to proceed Summer Olympics in 1976, Paul left and joined the “A” squad, however. Sunderland played for the team for four years and was awarded of the Year awards.

To the U.S. Player for three years which were in 1977, 1979, and 1982. He was later promoted to basketball and other sports to a play-by-play announcer. Sunderland was also hired at NBC, where he covered WNBA, NBA, and different other Olympic sports.

Sunderland has also served at Fox Sports Network as an anchor. He started hosting the Lakers pre-games in 1993, and by 1995.  Sunderland also served for ESPN, NBC, and Prime. He also covered for NBC as a play-by-play announcer for the 2016 Summer Olympics.