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Suzyn Waldman Married, Husband, Divorce, Salary, Net Worth

Date: 15 Jun, 2018

Suzyn Waldman Married, Husband, Divorce, Salary, Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1946-09-07
Nationality American
Profession Sportscaster
Marital Status Single
Divorced/Engaged Yes (Once)
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Children/Kids Not Yet
Education Simmons College
Siblings One Brother

Suzyn Waldman has spent more than three decades in the broadcasting field overcoming all the obstacles that go along with being a female sports broadcaster and has risen to the top of her profession.

Suzyn Waldman, who is widely recognized as a sportscaster for WFAN based in New York, keeps her personal information secretly from the social media, which makes it difficult for her fans to know more about her personal life.

Is Suzyn Married? Or Lesbian?

Talking about the personal life of Suzyn Waldman, she was a married woman but divorced in the year 1990 after eleven years of marriage. She is currently unmarried and leading her single life.

However, there is no any information regarding her husband and the reason behind the divorce. Her private life is not much in the spotlight as her professional career.

It seems that she does not like to talk much about her private life and favors people concentrating on her work rather than her personal life. She hasn’t even mentioned about her kids publically and has managed to keep it low profile.

Since she is a divorcee, most of her fans speculated her as a lesbian. However, being single does not mean that she is a lesbian, but it is likely to be a false assumption.

Moreover, she faced a very challenging time as she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1996. Eventually, she eventually sued Mount Sinai Hospital and two of its pathologists for misdiagnosing her as being cancer-free, winning over $2 million in damages from the case.

Suzyn Waldman’s Bio, Career, Net Worth

Suzyn was born on 7 September 1946 and was brought up in Newton, Massachusetts. Before her career in broadcasting, she worked as an actress and singer in musical theater for several years. She attended Simmons College and got the degree in Economics.

Talking about her professional career, she has been serving in the journalism field for a long time. She has made herself the reputation of being an early achiever in the men-dominated field.

In Major League Baseball history, she got the record of being the third woman to serve as a full-time color commentator on a regular basis.

In the mid-1990s too, she again set the record for herself when she became a play by play announcer for the Yankees’ local TV broadcast on WPIX. This time she was successful to hold herself as the second woman to work in that capacity on TV for a major league team.

She has worked in sports reporting as the reporter on the New York Yankees Pre-Game Show and the New York Yankees Post-Game Show and New York sports radio station WFAN for more than twenty years.

Her voice on a live sports update was the first heard on WFAN when it premiered on July 1, 1987. At WFAN, she covered both the Yankees and the New York Knicks basketball teams and co-hosted the daily mid-day sports talk show.

She has also signed a two-year extension of the contract in February 2016. On 16 December 2017, Waldman signed a contract through the 2018 season.

Being a sportscaster and remained in this field for more than twenty years, Suzyn enjoys a good salary along with impressive net worth. However, the exact details of her net worth remained confined.

Talking about the earnings of the radio and TV announcers, they earned a median annual income of $32,450, with half making more and half making less. Spectator sports paid announcers the best average wage of $106,080, while TV and radio broadcasting paid them $45,180 on average.