|Date of Birth:||1971, February 7|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Ari Michael Wolfe|
|Birth Place||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Famous Name||Ari Wolfe|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Started career as||reporter|
|Currently Working For||Tennis Table|
|Awards||Two times Emmy Award|
|Current City||Los Angeles|
|University attended||Emory University|
|School attended||James Madison Memorial High School|
The resident of Los Angeles, California Ari reportedly earns around $500,000, as his annual salary and has a net worth of around $5 million. Ari is not married and is single currently.
Ari Wolfe was born on January 7, 1971, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group.
Information regarding parents and siblings is not available.
Ari joined James Madison Memorial High School for his high school education.
Wolfe attended Emory University for his graduation in Arts and History in 1994. After that, he joined the University of Southern California and completed his Mater's degree in broadcast journalism in 1997.
Tennis Channel is considered one of the most prominent Sports networks around the globe and also recognized for paying a good amount of salary to its sportscasters.
Since Wolfe is serving for the various networks including ESPN, Golf Channel, CBS etc, he makes a good amount as his salary in combined. As of 2019, the annual income of Ari is around $500,000 with a net worth of around $5 million because of his work experience.
At the beginning of his career, he worked as a highlight coordinator for FOX NFL Sunday. Later he worked for six seasons with the Albany Flybirds in 1998 and after that for Philadelphia Soul. Until 2018, Wolfe called the CBS Sports Network, OLN, ESPN, Versus and NFL Network arena games.
This season Wolfe is one of the two play- by- play men for the CBS Sports Network and ESPN Arena League.
Due to his performance, ESPN hired him in 2007 and co-hosted Super Bowl Sunday and play-by-play for Big East Conference. In the meantime, Ari joined Universal Sports and later hired by NBC to report 2012 Summer Olympics.
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Wolfe returned to the ESPN broadcasting Women's Table Tennis World Cup in 2016. Moreover, he won his second Emmy award in the year 2014 for calling Mountain West football on Root Sports.
In addition, Ari worked for some of the major networks including Root Sports, Time Warner Cable Sports Network, the Mountain West Network, and Campus Insiders, Sports USA. During Minnesota Vikings preseason games, he worked alongside Mike Mayock.
Currently, Wolfe is on a four-year agreement with the Tennis Channel in early 2019.
Ari is a famous name in the field of sports broadcasting. Ari mentioned in his Facebook account that he is a single man and is not married till date. Besides Ari is an animal lover and has a pet dog living with him.
Ari Michael Wolfe popularly known as Ari Wolfe is also popular on social media with a huge number of fan following.
In addition, he is a charming personality with blue eyes and black hair color. Currently, he is residing in Los Angeles, California.