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Steve Levy was born on the 12th March 1965, in New York City, USA, and is a journalist and sportscaster, best known to the world for his work on ESPN, covering games in the NFL, MLB and NHL. His career has been active since 1993.
Have you ever wondered how rich Steve Levy is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Levy’s net worth is as high as $6 million, an amount earned largely through his career in sports broadcasting.
Steve Levy Net Worth $6 Million
Hailing from New York City, Steve attended John F. Kennedy High School, in Bellmore, New York, and after matriculation he enrolled at the State University of New York at Oswego. He graduated with a degree in communication and broadcasting in 1987, after which he started working in New York City as a radio and television commentator, analyst and host as well. Some of the stations and networks he worked on include MSG Network, WABC-AM, WFAN and WNBC-AM. This was highly beneficial for Steve, as he gained experience as well as establishing a solid base for his net worth, which enabled him to get a job at ESPN.
He started his career on ESPN in 1993, and since then has held numerous positions, steadily increasing his role on the network. He is often seen on SportsCenter, in particular being the host of the late night edition on Monday night during the NFL season, following the airing of Monday Night Football itself. He was also covering the regular season of NHL and the playoff games, from 1999 until 2002, when ESPN lost the rights for coverage, which also increased his wealth. Most recently he returned to his position in 2016, further increasing his net worth.
Thanks to the NHL coverage, Steve received a nickname Mr. Extra Period, as he covered several games that went into overtime, and later being present at some of the longest televised games; those games include Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Philadelphia Flyers, which is the longest, and Mighty Ducks of Anaheim vs. Dallas Stars, which is the second longest televised game. To speak further of his accomplishments on ESPN, Steve has also worked as a fill-in play-by-play commentator for Wednesday Night Baseball.
Apart from ESPN and sportscasting, Steve has also been featured in several films, such as “Fever Pitch” (2005), as Reporter at Spring Training, then appeared as himself in the comedy “Parental Guidance” (2012), while his most recent film appearance was in the sports drama “Million Dollar Arm” (2014), as an ESPN Reporter. These appearances also contributed considerably to his net worth.
Additionally, he has been involved in commercials on TV, including for Raymond Weill and “Home Improvement”, adding further to his wealth.
Regarding his personal life, Steve has been married to Ani Levy since 2009; the couple has three children together.