Counted as one of the finest in the sports industry, Jon Sciambi is a renowned American sportscaster for ESPN. Below you can find more about his wiki, girlfriend, weight and more.
Jon Sciambi Wiki
Jon Sciambi was born in Philadelphia of Pennsylvania on 11 April 1970. He grew in Roosevelt Island in New York City. Jon went to a Regis High School for his early and secondary education. He was involved in a lot of activities during his school days but also manage time for his studies. After graduating from Regis, Jon attended the Boston College located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. During his University days, Jon began his sportscasting experience on WZBC, the school's broadcasting station. He broadcasted at WZBC along with his fellow mates, Joe Tessitore, and Bob Wischusen who also are now successful sports broadcasters.
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Jon stands tall at a height of 6 feet 2 inches and has a weight of 210 pounds.
Jon Sciambi Married, Wife
Jon likes to keep his private life and most of all love life away from the media. He is neither married nor is he dating. Fans always wonder why is it that he is single, but Jon hasn't responded to the questions of people regarding his love life. Some have even gone and made speculations that he is gay and isn't ready to come out yet. Jon hasn't said anything about being gay which makes it evident that he doesn't belong to the LGBTQA+ community. Jon is a very professional man who is busy working every time of the day; perhaps this is why he is still single with no wife at the age of 48. There haven't been any rumors or scandal involving his love life too. Whatever the reason in, fans want him to lead a happy life with or without a girlfriend.
Jon Sciambi Salary
Jon who had already kick-started his career by working as a broadcaster during his university days started his professional job at Atlanta Braves as a play by play announcer. While working for Atlanta, Jon also worked in South Florida sports radio on 790 The Ticket. In 2008, he left the radio network to focus on Atlanta Braves. He also worked as a talk show host for a channel named as WQAM. Jon worked for Atlanta Braves from the year 2007 to the year 2009. After working at Atlanta Braves, he got a chance to work for the mega ESPN network. Jon didn't hesitate for even a second and joined ESPN on 2009 where he worked for Major League Baseball and also college basketball coverage. He did this full time, unlike his other previous jobs. Jon also worked as an announcer for Florida Marlins.
Jon's successful career helps him make an average salary of $65 thousand or more.