Nick Wright Biography
Nick Wright is an American personality on sports television and talk show host for sports radio. Wright is currently working with Jenna Wolfe, Kevin Wildes, and former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall as a co-host on Fox Sports 1’s First Things First.
Wright started his career in sports broadcasting from the news channel of Radio Kansas city, KCSP 610 AM, after graduating from Syracuse. In the early days of his career, he served on the weekend program. After displaying his skills, he was given an opportunity on the channel to begin his own series, “What’s Right With Wright.”
During that time, Nick also worked on Radio Kansas City and was a host for WAER 88.3 FM which was known as the Double Overtime segment. He quit KSCP and his main job was on the morning drive show to join KILT 610 AM. He worked there for four years and, along with being the co-host of the shoe,’ The Hard with Colin Cowher’, he was hired by Fox Sports as their news Sportscaster.
In the loop with Nick and Lopez, Nick also hosted the drive show for the morning while working on KILT 610 AM. He also became known for debating social issues, including subjects related to race in and outside the sports context.
Then-Fox Sports executive Jamie Horowitz used the co-hosting venture of Carter and Wright to check their chemistry in order to test their ability to co-host a daily morning sports talk show on FS1. The early morning block at the time, according to the Sporting News, was a black hole for FS1, which was used to play and run shows.
Nick Wright Age
How old is Nick Wright? Wright is 37 years as of 2021. He was born on October 3, 1984, in the United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on October 3rd every year and his zodiac sign is Libra.
Nick Wright Family | Siblings
Wright was born to American parents, his father is Louie Wright, and his mother Charlene Wright. Unfortunately, it is not known if he has any siblings. He is commonly regarded as one of the best and most riddle-class sportscasters.
Nick Wright Height | Weight
Nick stands at an appropriate height of 5 feet and 11 inches. He weighs around 75 kg and also puts a particular focus on physical fitness. His chest measures 38 inches, his waist 28 inches, and his hips 35 inches. Wright’s shoe size is 10 per U.S. measurement. Its biceps are 13.5 inches in height and its ideal body size is 38-28-35. Brown is the color of his eye and Dark Brown is the color of his hair.
Nick Wright Education
Nick earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Syracuse in 2007. He began his radio career during his college. Before moving to Halifax, Nova Scotia, he studied at Lakefield College. Thus he earned a Philosophy Honors degree at King’s College University.
In addition, he earned an MBA from the University of Dalhousie and a law degree. He earned an LLM in tax law from Osgoode Hall Law School in addition.
Nick Wright Net Worth
Wright has an estimated net worth of $1 million. He receives a salary of $75,000 from his reporting career, as per 2020 reports. Also, as a sports analyst, the famous FOX Sports 1 reporter also gets an extra sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances.
Nick Wright Wife | Danielle Wright
In 2007, Danielle Wright and Nick began dating. But from her previous marriages, Danielle had two children earlier. She has a son, Damonza (21), and a daughter, Diorra. On her very first date, Danielle brought her two children and Nick was delighted to meet her children. They all changed his life for good. Moreover, instead of spending money on diamond rings, the couple went on to get matching tattoos on their special fingers!. In addition, the pair went on to get matching tattoos on their special fingers instead of wasting money on diamond rings.
Nick Wright Sportscaster
He has chosen the rare talent to be a Sports Column Writer alongside his popular career in sports and as a radio host on leading channels. Nick was also active in several regular FS1 studio shows. Nick’s first FS1 morning show is currently presented by First Things First which runs from 6:30 a.m. to 9.30 am EST, every weekday. Other presenters of the show are Jenna Wolfe and Cris Carter. He also often entertained Colin Cowherd and the Herd.
At a time when First Things First episode was about the 2015 NBA Finals MVP Award for Andre Iguodala in June 2019, the media paid him attention for making a wrong argument. After some final votes in the MVP, he apologized and a representative of the League dismissed his version of the incident.