Suzy Kolber Bio, Age, Family, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Height

Suzy Kolber
Suzy Kolber

Suzy Kolber Biography

Suzy Kolber is an American television sports reporter currently serving as a sportscaster and co-producer affiliated with ESPN. Suzzy was one of the original anchors of ESPN2 when it launched in 1993 and briefly worked for Fox Sports. Kolber has even been featured in Sega’s video game, ESPN NFL Football for Xbox, and Sony’s PlayStation 2. She is a sportscaster, and co-producer currently affiliated with ESPN.

Kolber attended Sandy Run Middle School located in Dresher of Pennsylvania. She then enrolled at Upper Dublin High School situated in Pennsylvania and graduated in 1982. Kolber studied B.A. in Telecommunications at Miami University located in Oxford, Ohio. From the University, she finished her graduation in the year 1986.

She started her early career as a videotape coordinator. From 1985-1989, Suzy produced an ET sportscast at WTVJ-TV in Miami. Then she won a local Sports Emmy in the year 1988. She started her broadcasting career in 1991. Kolber began working as a sports anchor and reporter at WPEC-TV which is associated with ESPN Network. Then she worked as a reporter for ‘Breeder’s Cup Newsfeed’ which is based in Greenwich, Connecticut.


In the year 1996, she decided to be the anchor for Fox Sports News and left ESPN. On Fox Sports News, she was the studio host during the network’s coverage of the NHL. Also, she presented a non-sports coverage called Opening the Lost Tombs: Live From Egypt. In the year 1996, she returned to the ESPN network. Suzy came into the spotlight among all viewers when she covered a variety of assignments for ESPN from the NFL.

Then she worked as a sideline reporter for ESPN’s show called ‘Monday Night Football’. Moreover, she featured Michele Tafoya during the broadcast of Super Bowl XL on ABC Sports in 2006. Kolber was hired by ESPN as a host of ESPN’s show NASCAR Countdown’ in 2007. For the 2011–2012 NFL season, she was used as a fill-in reporter. She has been working as a presenter with the ESPN network till now.

Suzy Kolber Age

How old is Suzy Kolber? Suzy is 59 years old as of 2023. She was born Suzanne Lisa “Suzy” Kolber on May 14, 1964, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States of America. In addition, Suzzy celebrates her birthday on May 14 every year.

Suzy Kolber Height | Weight

Suzy stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 meters).  Information regarding her other body measurements is still under review.

Suzy Kolber Family

Kolber was born to her father Gene Kolber and her mother Sandra Kolber in Pennsylvania, United States. Kolber is an American citizen who is of white ethnicity. It is not known if she has any siblings.

Suzy Kolber Husband

Is Suzy Kolber married? Suzy is a married woman. She is married to her long-term boyfriend Eric Brady. The couple is blessed with a daughter named Kelly who was born in the year 2008. The couple’s wedding was very secretive. Only a few close friends and her immediate family were present at their wedding. At the age of 44 years, she became the mother of a daughter Kellyn Brady.

With her wedding and birth child, she put an end to the alleged rumor that Suzy Kolber is gay/lesbian.

Is Suzy Kolber a Single Mother?

Suzy reportedly said that during her pregnancy, she would raise her baby girl as a single mother. This has led to reports of her divorce from her husband, Eric. She clarified later that it was simply just a rumor. The pair were prepared to split their ways in the same year they were married.

But the question is how the couple is still together. She said her father Gane Kolbersorted the issue saying that it’s their private matter. All that matters is that the duo is still together raising their baby girl together and doing great as parents.

Suzy Kolber Net Worth | Salary

Kolber has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Her income is mainly attributed to her successful career as a journalist. In addition, Suzy earns an annual salary reportedly is around $3 million.

Suzy Kolber NASCAR Countdown

Brent Musburger was mysteriously absent from his position as lead host of NASCAR Countdown on the ABC / ESPN network in the two weeks leading up to Kolber’s arrival in 2007. ESPN gave no reason for his absence on the race week of May 19 but announced Kolber as the new host of studio programming for the Nextel Cup and Busch Series. She was subsequently replaced as host of NASCAR Countdown by Allen Bestwick.

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