Twice nominated for an Emmy Award, Tracy Wolfson is a CBS Sports broadcaster who has come a long way through hard work to build a remarkable place in the hearts of her employers and viewers.
The CBS sports reporter, who also works as a presenter, is also known for covering golf, college football, and arena football for ESPN. Her dedication has not only given her an impressive career but has also earned her an excellent reputation with well-known American media personalities. She is best known as the co-host of the sports program “We Need to Talk”, which is presented exclusively by women.
Biography, Age and Ethnicity
It is still not clear whether Tracy belongs to a white or black ethnic group, as she has not yet disclosed any information about her parents and family background, but it is known that the beautiful and talented sports reporter was born on March 17, 1975, in the town of Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. She has American citizenship but is believed to belong to a Jewish ethnic group. One source also mentioned that her parents were Josephine, a classroom teacher, and Jerome, a counselor.
Tracy Wolfson attended a school in the neighborhood where she displayed her great athletic skills. She then went on to the University of Michigan, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication science, and lost no time in getting involved in what she developed a strong passion for overtime. Immediately after graduation, she took a job as a game hostess at WZBN in New Jersey. This was, of course, the beginning of her on-air career. During the same period, she was reporting for a local college-operated news station in Long Island, known as Long Island News Tonight (LI News Tonight).
Her passion and hard work helped her cover many sports news and events in her quest to succeed as a reporter. Between 2002 and 2003, Tracy worked as a reporter for the Madison Square Garden Network and as a reporter for ESPN, where she covered U.S. Open Golf, college football, and arena football.
In 2004, she joined as a part-time columnist for school football. There she was able to cover games such as the Super Bowl with Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf. In the same year, she joined the NFL as a sidebar reporter for the Thursday night and Sunday afternoon show along with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms. Currently, the beautiful reporter with a beautiful voice lives in New Jersey and still works for CBS Sports Network. She is the lead reporter for the NFL on CBS, which shows Thursday night football and Sunday games, AFC wildcard, divisions, and championships.
Tracy Wolfson’s Husband
Tracy is married to her long-time friend David Reichel, who was a student at the University of Michigan like herself. They met during their university years but got into an intimate relationship after graduation. Later, Tracy exchanged vows with Reichel on December 31, 2002, officially got married on New Year’s Eve 2001, and they have been living together as a couple ever since. The couple is blessed with three boys – Evan (born 2005), Ari (born 2009), and Dylan (born 2011). Their ability to maintain a scandal-free relationship both at work and at home clearly demonstrates how committed she is to her family as a wife and mother.
Salary and Net Worth
Wolfson has an estimated net worth of $3 million, a sum she has earned through decades of journalism. Her current employers pay her $1.3 million a year, and she owns a number of properties that make up her current net worth.
In addition to her financial income, this renowned American sports broadcaster has earned significant recognition with her career. She was named one of the “Best New Faces” of the NCAA tournament in the USA TODAY. Tracy has also received many other prizes, nominations, and awards for her outstanding achievements in the field of journalism. She was nominated for the Sports Emmy Award’s Outstanding Sports Personality-Sports Reporter.
In addition to her accomplishments mentioned above, the gorgeous reporter is also active in social media where she has gained an amazing fan base of about 60.5k on Instagram, 11.2k followers on Twitter, and followers on her Facebook page. Tracy Wolfson has also been a spokesperson and M.C. for Foundation for Diabetes Research events since 2005.
Height And Body Measurements
Among the things that keep Tracy at the top of her peers in the same area is her excellent sense of dress, which always makes her look her best. Tracy certainly knows what fits best to her gorgeous body measurements of 34-24-35. She is 5 feet 6 inches tall and has a body weight of 57 kg. Her big fans are not only attracted by her sweet voice but also by her hot and firm legs. Her bra size is 34A and her shoe size is 9US.