Erik Kuselias Biography
Erik Kuselias is an American Emmy award-winning television and radio personality and host who currently serves for CBS Sports, where he hosts “Sportsline” and CBS Sports HQ. A MENSA member, Erik is known for his high intellect, pop culture humor, and fast-paced energetic hosting style.
Erik Kuselias Age
How old is Erik Kuselias? Erik is 58 years old as of 2021. He was born on March 18, 1963, in Detroit, Michigan, the United States of America. In addition, Erik celebrates his birthday on March 18th every year.
Erik Kuselias Height | Weight
Erik stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs around 65kg. In addition, he has dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Erik Kuselias Parents | Siblings
Kuselias has not been much verbal about his family life. However, he comes from a Syriac family and was raised in Hamden, Connecticut.
Erik Kuselias Wife
Kuselias was married to Holly Sonders, a renowned television host/fitness model. The couple had a 7 years relationship that ended in divorce in 2016. However, they were blessed with three children; two sons Erik and Troy, and a daughter named Jenna.
Furthermore, he was married to Kristen Kuselias from 2001 to 2010.
Erik Kuselias Children
Kuselias is blessed with three children; two sons Erik and Troy, and a daughter named Jenna.
Erik Kuselias Education
After completing high school, Erik enrolled at Brown University for his undergraduate degree. He also joined Law School at the University of Michigan. In an effort to quench his thirst for knowledge, he registered for a Ph.D. program at Columbia University in 1998.
Erik Kuselias ESPN
Before stepping foot on his television career, Erik initially worked in a law firm Goldblatt, Kuselias & Rashiba, P.C., of which he became a managing partner. Here he handled many arbitration cases. Consequently, he became a member of Mensa International, a society for people with high IQs.
Erik’s Television career started in early 2000 with the ESPN show “The Sports Brothers”. He had started the program together with his brother Chris, who eventually left the show in 2005. The show was then renamed “SportsBash”. For the following two years, Erik was committed to his show. But, new opportunities knocked on doors and he left the show to pursue other projects.
In 2007, Erik was assigned to a new show NASCAR Now. However, for the next season NASCAR 2008, Nicole Manske replaced him. That year he worked as a fill-in anchor for the show “The Herd”. While working in “The Herd“, he announced the launch of his own show on ESPN Radio called ” The Erik Kuselias Show“.
Alongside, he appeared in “Mike and Mike in the Morning” as a substitute for one of the regular hosts, Mike Greenberg or Mike Golic. He has also hosted another show with ESPN called “Fantasy Football Now“. The show is a wen based show and won the Emmy Award.
He then moved to host the “Morning Drive” on the Golf Channel. Meanwhile, he also appeared on CNBC’s coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. However, his journey with the NBC network ended in May 2012.
Currently, Erik is back on the radio with “Sports Radio”, and “News Talk Radio Show”. Both the shows can be heard in Tampa, Orlando, and the Melbourne-Cocoa Beach area through various radio stations. Presently, he is working on Sports Talk 1040 Orlando.
Erik Kuselias Net Worth
Kuselias has an estimated net worth of about $6.5 million. His income is mainly from his successful career as a sports anchor.