Erik Kuselias Biography
Erik Kuselias is a renowned On-Air personality currently in New York where he works at CBS as the anchor of ‘Sportsline’. Since 2016, he has been working at the station as a host.
Before that, he worked as a host and sportscaster at ESPN for nearly fifteen years. In his spare time, he enjoys watching sports and spending time with his two handsome sons and reading.
The era of Erik Kuselia
Erik Kuselias was born in Hamden, Connecticut, USA. He has not disclosed any information about his date or year of birth.
Erik Kuselias Height
Eric stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches / 1.82 m tall.
Erik Kuselia’s family
Eric was born and raised in Hamden, Connecticut, United States of America, thanks to the love, care and support of his hardworking and devoted parents.
Husband Erik Kuselias
Eric has had two unsuccessful marriages. In 2001 he married his first wife, Kristen Kuselias. They were married for nearly a decade before filing for divorce in 2010. He began dating TV presenter and fitness model Holly Saunders a year later. Unfortunately, the two had their differences and split in 2016.
Erik Kuselia’s children
Erik is the proud father of two sons, Erik and Troy. However, due to his secretive nature, personal information about his sons is not available to the public. As a result, their age and biological mother are unknown to the general public.
Eric Kuselias Education
Connecticut As a child, Eric attended Hamden High School and was a quarterback there. He was later recruited to play baseball and football at Brown University. Eric enrolled in the University of Michigan Law School right out of college. Later, he attended Columbia University’s School of Journalism, where he earned his master’s and Ph.D. in Radio Journalism.
Erik Kuselias Salary
Erik receives an annual salary of $92,860.
Erik Kuselias Net Worth
Erik’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
The career of Erik Kuselia
While still a student at the University of Michigan, Eric and his brother started “The Sports Brothers,” a weekly one-hour sports talk show. Later that year, Erik accepted a job offer from ESPN and “The Sports Brothers” became the network’s national afternoon program. “The Sports Brothers” was renamed “The Erik Kuselias show” two years later in 2005 and became the fastest growing sports radio show in the United States, airing on more than 400 stations.
He was assigned to host “NASCAR Now,” a daily telecast that aired on ESPN, in 2007. That same year, the show was nominated for an Emmy in the “Outstanding Studio Show” category. However, after a year of hosting “NASCAR Now,” Erik left to join “Fantasy Football Now,” which won an Emmy. Erik has also appeared on several ESPN television shows, including “Mike and Mike in the Morning,” “NFL Live,” “College Football Live” and “SportsCenter.”
He left ESPN in 2011 to join the Golf Channel, where he was hired as the anchor of Morning Drive. A year later, he was named co-host of “ProFootball Talk” and “Fantasy Football Talk” with Mike Florio. Erik left ESPN in 2018 to work for CBS Sports, where he still works today.
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