Tim Daggett Biography
Tim Daggett is a former gymnast along with his teammates. And the recipient of the 1984 Olympic gold medal. Currently, he is working for NBC Sports as a gymnastics analyst, sports anchor, and sports reporter.
Dagget enrolled in gymnastics classes at the age of 10 years. From the Parks and Recreation program. He earned a degree in psychology from California Los Angeles University
Tim Daggett Age
Daggett was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, in the United States, on May 22, 1962. He is 60 years old.
Tim Daggett Height
Daggett stands at a height is 5 ft 5 inches/ Approx 1.65 m tall.
Tim Daggett Education
Daggett received his high school diploma at West Springfield High School. He earned a degree in psychology from California Los Angeles University in 1986 later. Daggett was an NCAA Division I gymnastics participant while schooling at UCLA.
Tim Daggett Family
Daggett was born to his amazing parents in Springfield. Massachusetts, in the United States, on May 22, 1962. He has managed to keep his life details private regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Tim Daggett Wife
Daggett is married since 1995to his wife nice-looking wife Deanne. She served at Eastern Michigan University as a gymnast. His wife is now in anesthesiology practicing M.D however. The duo is also proud parents of two amazing children namely Curlie and Peter. The couple is also the grandparents of a grandson who is named after the gymnast called Tim furthermore.
Tim Daggett Children
Daggett and Deanne proud parents of two good-looking children namely Curlie Tim and Peter Tim.
Tim Daggett Salary
Daggett earns an annual salary of $105,600 per year.
Tim Daggett’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million-$5 million U.S dollars.
Tim Daggett Career
Daggett while working for NBC as a sports analyst began. His a broadcasting career after the 1988 Olympics after retiring from his gymnastics career. He has provided coverage for the summer Olympics in Beijing, Rio, Sydney, and London.
Athens, Barcelona, and Tokyo while serving for NBC. Daggett commentates the gymnastics along with Andrea Joyce. John Roethlisberger, John Tesh, Elfi Schlegel, and Amanda Borden.Dagget covering the gymnastics Olympics since 1988 for NBC Sports.