Sebastian Salazar Biography
Sebastian Salazar is renowned to be a Colombian professional footballer. He plays as a defensive midfielder. Salazar began playing in 2014 under the command of Argentine coach Gustavo Costas, on the Independiente Santa Fe club.
He works at ESPN as a host, reporter, and play-by-play announcer. Salazar commenced his work here in 2016 as of now. He attended and completed his high school course at Walter Johnson High School. Then Salazar went to Westminster College in Pennsylvania.
Sebastian Salazar Age
Salazar was born in Bogotá, Colombia on September 30, 1995. He is 26 years old.
Sebastian Salazar Height
Salazar stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 in/1.80 m tall.
Sebastian Salazar Family
Salazar has not disclosed details about his parents and siblings to the public.
Sebastian Salazar Wife
Salazar is a married man to Marbelle who is known as a techno-rail singer. They stay in the US.
Sebastian Salazar Education
Salazar attended and completed his high school course at Walter Johnson High School. Then he went to Westminster College in Pennsylvania.
Sebastian Salazar Salary
Salazar annually receives a salary of $88,986.
Sebastian Salazar Net Worth
Salazar has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Sebastian Salazar Career
Salazar began working at ESPN as a host, reporter. And play-by-play announcer in 2016. He often appears on the network’s Major League Soccer coverage as well as on ESPNFC in addition.
Salazar covered the Mexican national team at the FIFA World Cup in the 2018 summer. He appeared on ESPN Radio, ESPN, and ESPN Deportes, from Russia. Salazar also covered the Little League World Series.
The International Champions Cup, and the USWNT. Salazar also covered, Moreover, he also regularly contributes to the ESPN podcasts Max & Herc, TwoOnTri, and ESPNFC.
Salazar served at Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic for a variety of pre. And postgame shows (NHL/NBA/MLS/NFL) as a host prior, to coming to ESPN. He started working on a variety of shows pre and postgame shows (NHL/NBA/MLS/NFL).
At Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic as a host prior. Salazar attended and completed his high school course at Walter Johnson High School. Then he went to Westminster College in Pennsylvania.