Steve Berthiaume Biography
Steve Berthiaume is an On-Air personality presently working at FOX Sports. In Arizona since officially joining the family in 2012, as a play-by-play announcer for Arizona Diamondbacks. He served at ESPN as a sports anchor and sports reporter for a couple of years before joining FOX Sports Arizona. Berthiaume likes watching sports, reading novels, and traveling during his free time.
Steve Berthiaume Age
Berthiaume was born in Medfield, Massachusetts, in the United States of America, in 1965. He is 57 years old.
Steve Berthiaume Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.
Steve Berthiaume Education
Berthiaume attended Shepherd Hill Regional High School for his high school diploma. He received a degree in Broadcast Journalism at Emerson College later on.
Steve Berthiaume Family
Berthiaume likes to keep his life private away from the spotlight regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Steve Berthiaume Wife
Berthiaume is married to his supportive and beautiful wife Cindy Brunson. She also serves in the journalism industry and currently serves for ESPN’s Sports Center. As a sports anchor and sports reporter.
Steve Berthiaume Salary
Berthiaume receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000, according to Fox Sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Steve Berthiaume’s Net worth
He has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Steve Berthiaume Career
Berthiaume serves at FOX Sports in Arizona for Arizona Diamondbacks as a play-by-play announcer currently. In 2012, he joined the station replacing Daron Sutton. Berthiaume served at ESPN as an anchor for several years and also hosted a baseball program. That airs on the network and Baseball Tonight previously.
He served at the new SNY network as the chief sportscaster, where Berthiaume covered Mets New York before ESPN. He started his career in Hartford, Connecticut as a journalist where Berthiaume was hired at WTIC-TV as a sports anchor.
He covered the University of Connecticut men’s and women’s basketball and NCAA tournament at the station. Berthiaume served at various other stations including WVIR-TV, WIS-TV, WJAR-TV, and WEAR-TV additionally.