Brian Custer Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, FOX Sports, Salary, and Net Worth

Brian Custer is an American sports reporter/anchor and host working for FOX Sports. He is thrilled to work together with the FOX Sports team.

Brian Custer Profile, Bio, Wiki, Nationality

Brian Custer is an American sports reporter/anchor and host working for FOX Sports. He is thrilled to work together with the FOX Sports team.

Brian Custer Career

Custer serves at FOX Sports as a play-by-play announcer doing select NFL games as well as the BIG3, NCAA football, and NCAA basketball. He also serves as the host for Showtime Championship Boxing. Custer was also a sportscaster for SportsNet New York. Custer is the main host of Showtime Championship Boxing on Showtime Networks, in addition to his role at FOX Sports. He has worked with CBS Sports as a play-by-play announcer and anchored college basketball shows on CBS Sports Network. For two seasons, he co-hosted a national NFL radio show on ESPN Radio with Donovan McNabb.

Custer worked for SNY-TV in New York for ten years and was one of the network’s first hires in 2006. He hosted the daily show “Wheelhouse” as well as New York Jets programming such as “Jets Post Game Live,” which was critically praised. He also hosted the SNY weekly shows “Jets Nation” and “Jets Extra Point” and was one of the anchors for SNY’s 30-minute news, highlight, and debate program “Geico Sportnite.” He was the play-by-play announcer for SNY’s Sunday night Broadway Boxing, which featured some of the sport’s best talent. Custer won several Emmys for his work at SNY, including one for the network’s gripping documentary “Baseball in Africa: A Diamond in the Rough.” Custer received another Emmy in 2011 for a documentary about one of the New York Jets’ coaches.

Custer started his broadcasting career at the ABC affiliate WSYX-TV in Columbus, Ohio, where he covered Columbus City Hall and Ohio State University. Soon after, he relocated to Dallas, where he served as a city hall reporter and sports anchor for nearly a decade, mainly on Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks pregame shows. He won a host of civic honors, as well as awards from the Associated Press and the Society of Professional Journalists while living in Texas and Ohio. Custer is a national motivational speaker and an avid reader. He currently works for the Prostate Cancer Foundation as a spokesperson. He is a life member of Kappa Alpha Psi, an NABJ member, and a Hampton University graduate.

Brian Custer Age, Birthday / How old is Brian Custer?

Custer is 51 years old as of 2021. He was born on 7 December 1970 in Columbus, Ohio.

Brian Custer Height, measurements

Custer stands at the height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.8 m).

Quick Facts About Brian Custer

Full Name Brian Custer
Age 51 years old as of 2021
Nationality American
Spouse Carmen Custer
Net Worth $1 Million – $5 Million

Brian Custer’s Family, parents

Information regarding Custer’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Brian Custer’s Wife, married, sons

Custer is a married man. He is married to Carmen Custer, a regional director of operations for the global real state. The couple has three sons and together lives in New Jersey.

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Brian Custer Salary

Being one of the top reporters for FOX Sports, Custer earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.

Brian Custer’s Net Worth

Custer has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a play-by-play announcer and host.

Brian Custer Cancer

Custer is a survivor of prostate cancer. He is fearless about raising awareness of the disease and he encourages men to go for check-ups regularly. He says that getting checked saved his life, and it is now his mission to save lives. Custer also says that if one doesn’t get checked, he is cheating his family out of having a husband or father around and cheating himself out of life.

When Custer went for routine screening, his doctor felt a lump on his prostate. After a few tests, his doctor told him that he had cancer that it was very aggressive and that he needed surgery as soon as possible. This was in the summer of the year 2013 when he was 42 years old. At the time, Custer’s sons were 10 years old, 8 years old, and 3 years old.

In September 2015, during Prostate Cancer Awareness, Custer partnered with the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF), where they created a public service announcement about his experience. He believes that the Prostate Cancer Foundation is important to increase awareness and connect people to inspiring stories.

Brian Custer FOX Sports

At FOX Sports Custer works alongside;

  1. Jon Paul Morosi
  2. Curt Menefee
  3. Urban Meyer
  4. Matt Millen
  5. Chris Myers
  6. Howie Long
  7. Donny Marshall
  8. Brandon Marshall
  9. Jason McIntyre
  10. Jamie McMurray
  11. Mark Schlereth
  12. Ken Rosenthal
  13. Bob Pockrass
  14. Tony Pedregon

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