Robbie Earle Biography
Robbie Earle is a former Sportscaster presently working at NBC Sports. Group of NBC Sports Group’s Premier League coverage as a studio analyst pre-and post-match show. He has served for the Sky, BBC, ESPN, ITV, and Portland Timbers of NBC.
Sports Group’s Major League Soccer as an analyst and color commentator moreover. Earle co-hosts alongside Robbie Mustoe at The 2 Robbies podcast in addition.
Robbie Earle Age
Earle was born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, England, on January 27, 1965. He is 57 years old.
Robbie Earle Height
He stands at 5 ft 9 inches/Approx 1.75 m tall.
Robbie Earle Education
Earle joined Longton High School in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent for his high school diploma. However, His professional career started in 1982 after suffering from being out of the Victoria Ground and from a broken leg.
Robbie Earle Family
Earle likes to keep his personal life away from the spotlight hence regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Robbie Earle Wife
Earle is married to his beautiful and caring wife Sandra Earle. The couple during the summer of 1989 exchanged their marital status. The couple has a handsome son called Otis Earle, who was born on January 17, 1992. And is a defender and an English professional footballer.
Robbie Earle Salary
Earle receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $ 100,000, according to NBC Sports Group anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Robbie Earle’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Robbie Earle Career
Earle currently serves at NBC Sports Group of NBC Sports Group’s Premier League coverage as a studio analyst. He co-hosts alongside Robbie Mustoe at The 2 Robbies podcast in addition. Earle has served for the Sky, BBC, ESPN, ITV, and Portland Timbers of NBC.
Sports Group’s Major League Soccer as an analyst and color commentator moreover. For the Stoke-on-Trent Evening Sentinel, he has also written columns and the Evening Standard London moreover. Earle also took part in 2005 in the BBC’s Strictly African Dancing where Robbie.
Also appeared at the MasterChef during the 2007 edition and won the competition scoring 33. He has inducted in 2004 Show Racism the Red Card into the Hall of Fame and also appeared in tv commercials for blood donation additionally.