|Date of Birth:||1957, September 20|
|Age:||61 years old|
|Birth Name||Chris Cuthbert|
|Famous Name||Chris Cuthbert|
|Birth Place||Brampton, Ontario|
|Currently Working For||TSN and NBC|
|Net Worth||$4.6 million dollars|
|Current City||Brampton, Ontario|
|Started career as||anchor|
|Full Name||Chris Cuthbert|
|Birth Date||September 20, 1957|
|Coworker Salary||$49,839 dollars|
The resident of Brampton, Ontario, Chris Cuthbert, reportedly earns around $350,000 dollars, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2018, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $4.6 million dollars.
Chris Cuthbert was born on September 20, 1957, in Brampton, Ontario. He holds a Canadian nationality and has a zodiac sign of Virgo.
There is no information regarding Chris Cuthbert's education background where he studied and graduated from.
Cuthbert joined CBC Sports in 1984 and anchored regional western games for Hockey Night in Canada, usually from Edmonton. He further got spot play-by-play work and got his big break during the 1988 Stanley Cup playoffs.
On April 18, he was a reporter in Washington and was providing brief and periodic reports of the Washington Capitals–New Jersey Devils game to the national CBC viewing audience watching the Canadian network's game broadcast from Montreal.
A power outage struck the Montreal area and ended the telecast from that city. After that, CBC was forced to turn to Cuthbert in Washington to provide the full broadcast – play-by-play, analyst, and host. The broadcast was fully done off the cuff as besides no regular analysts, there were no graphics or replay capabilities.
His effort caught the network's attention and earned him a nomination for a Gemini Award. This very incident launched a successful broadcasting career.
Cuthbert became a sportscaster for CBC, where he called Olympic sports, figure skating, Canadian football, and NHL hockey.
His most notable work was Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) games which primarily involved the Montreal Canadiens or NHL teams from Western Canada. Cuthbert's contract was terminated by the CBC on February 24, 2005, by CBC Sports executive director Nancy Lee.
After that, Cuthbert joined TSN in the spring of 2005 and became its lead CFL football voice. After TSN gained the exclusive television rights to the CFL starting in 2008, Cuthbert has returned to his role as the primary voice of the CFL on TSN and calls every Grey Cup.
After joining TSN in 2005, Cuthbert has served as one of the network's hockey play-by-play voices. In the 2005–06 and 2006–07 seasons, he also worked for NBC.
Cuthbert was one of the play-by-play announcers for men's ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He further returned to be the play-by-play announcers for men's ice hockey at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang along with Ray Ferraro.
Chris Cuthbert is one of the most popular TSN and NBC anchors who have made a successful career as a sports anchorman. As TSN and NBC are a popular Sports Network, they are well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Chris Cuthbert is a regular TSN and NBC anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
The Canadian sportscaster/anchor Chris Cuthbert has an estimated net worth of $4.6 million dollars. As of 2018, the reporter receives an annual salary of $350,000 dollars from his successful reporting career with TSN and NBC.
Chris Cuthbert works alongside analyst Peter McNab at NBC. And as of now, Peter McNab reportedly receives an annual salary of $49,839 dollars.
He currently, lives in Brampton, Ontario, however, he hasn't disclosed any information regarding his family.