Biography of Will Selva
Will Selva is a famous American veteran broadcaster who works on the NFL Network as the host and co-host of Good Morning Football. Before joining the NFL in January 2013, he worked as an anchor for ESPN.
Will Selva Age
Will Selva was born in San Francisco, California, USA. However, the exact figures of his age remain a mystery.
Will Selva Height
Will stands at 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Will Selva Education
Will attended and graduated with a BA in Broadcast Journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications from Arizona State University in 1995.
Will Selva Family
Will is originally from San Francisco, California, USA. He is the son of immigrant parents from Nicaragua. However, it has not been identified
Will Selva Wife
Will is the father of two children, a daughter and a son. But he did not mention the details of the children’s mother, once we discover clear evidence in this section we will update this place.
Will Selva Salary
He will receive an annual salary of $99,800.
Will Selva Net Worth
Will’s approximate net worth is $1.6 million.
Will Selva is having a career
Since January 2013, he has served as host and co-host of Good Morning Football since January 2013. The same year he joined the NFL, he also began hosting both the Spanish and English editions of Fox Sports West, Big West Now of the College Football through January 2017.
During his broadcasting career, he also served as an anchor for ESPN. During his time there, he hosted NBA 2 Night, SportsCenter, College Football Live, College Basketball Final and Baseball Tonight. But after plagiarizing Kevin Ding’s content without attribution, he was suspended indefinitely during his tenure at ESPN.
He also worked as a sports anchor for Robin & Company, the morning Headline News show for CNN. During his time at CNN, he provided coverage of the sudden death of Thomas Herrion, the Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees rivalry and Super Bowl XL, World Series in 2005. Previously, he worked as a daily sports anchor for KXTV in Sacramento, California.
Before that, he worked as a sports reporter for KRON in San Francisco. During his time there, he produced sports shows for celebrities such as attorney Johnnie Cochran, Charlton Heston, Shock G of the Digital Underground and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown.