Steve Levy Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, ESPN, Monday Night Football, Net Worth and Salary

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Steve Levy Biography and Wiki

Steve Levy is an American journalist and sportscaster currently serving at ESPN. He is best known for his work broadcasting college football, Monday Night Football, and the National Hockey League.

Steve Levy Age and Birthday

Levy is 58 years old as of 2023. He was born on March 12, 1965, in New York, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 12th of March every year.

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Steve Levy Height and Weight

Levy stands at a height of ‎6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) tall. Information regarding his other body measurements is still under review.

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Steve Levy Education

Levy attended John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, New York. He then went to the State University of New York at Oswego where he graduated in 1987 with a degree in communications and broadcasting.

Steve Levy Family, Parents, and Siblings

Steve was born and raised by his parents in the United States of America. Levy’s information regarding his parents and siblings is currently not available. It will be updated as soon as accurate information about her family is available.

Steve Levy Wife and Married

Levy is a married man. He is married to Ani Levy since 2009. His wife works as Caritas Christi‘s Deputy General Counsel. She finished her law degree course in 2001. Steve and his wife are blessed with three children, twin sons, Carson and Stone, and a daughter, Harper.

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Steve Levy Salary

He earns an annual salary of over $700,000 working as a sportscaster for ESPN.


Steve Levy Net Worth

Levy has an estimated Net Worth of 6 million dollars as of 2020. This includes his Assets, Money, and Income. His primary source of income is his career as a  journalist and sportscaster.

Steve Levy ESPN

Levy became a member of the ESPN team on August 1, 1993, and has been serving at the network since then. At ESPN, Levy works on SportsCenter and has hosted the late-night edition on Monday night during the NFL season, following Monday Night Football.

Steve covered NHL regular season and playoff games until the network lost the rights to air the league games. He has earlier handled the college football coverage of the network for four seasons, 1999-2002, returning to this role in 2016. In addition, he worked as Wednesday Night Baseball’s fill-in play-by-play analyst.

“Levy is best remembered on an episode of SportsCenter for infamously using the word” bulging dick “instead of” bulging disc.

Steve Levy National Hockey League

Levy is a well-known broadcaster for the NHL. Levy has earned the nickname “Mr. Extra Period,” After having called three of the longest televised games in NHL history. The only two games to go longer took place before the era of television.

Steve Levy Monday Night Football

In 2019, with his broadcast partner Brian Griese, Levy called one of ESPN’s Monday Night Football matchups in week 1. In 2010, along with Griese and Louis Riddick, he was assigned to the primary Monday Night Football crew.

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Steve Acting

As an actor, Levy starred in Home Improvement and a pair of 2005 films as himself, covering the Boston Red Sox in Fever Pitch spring training and the Special Olympics in The Ringer. In Parental Guidance, released in 2012, and The Game Plan, released in 2007, Levy appeared as well. In the interactive video for the Bob Dylan classic “Like A Rolling Stone,” he also performed a cameo role.

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