Cris Collinsworth

by John Max 08 Dec,2016
Cris Collinsworth
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 5 Inch
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Anthony Cris Collinsworth
  • Birth Place Dayton, Ohio
  • Famous Name Cris Collinsworth
  • Father Abraham Lincoln Collinsworth
  • Mother Donetta Browning Collinsworth
  • Net Worth $14 million
  • Salary $4 million
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Holly Bankemper (m. 1989)
  • Divorce N/A
  • Children 4

Anthony Cris Collinsworth who is well known as “Cris Collinsworth” is a retired football player who currently stands as the television sportscaster for NBC, Showtime, and the NFL Network. He has played as a wide receiver in the National Football League ( NFL) for 8 seasons with the  Cincinnati Bengals.  

With a well-off career, Collinsworth is living an ecstatic life. He is married and shares 4 children with his spouse. As of 2022, he has an estimated net worth of $14 million. 

How Much Is Cris Collins Net Worth In 2022? Know His Salary

Cris Collinsworth is one of the most prominent sports figure and broadcaster.  As of 2022, he has an estimated net worth of $14 million including all of his properties and incomes.

Not to mention, Cris Collinsworth is one of the best paid American Sports broadcaster and makes an annual salary of $4 million.

Cris Collinsworth SOURCE: WVXU

Earlier, some of the sources have claimed his salary to be about $1 million or $2 million. But, his reporting partner on the 2018 Super Bowl, Al Michaels will earn $5 million in annual salary so Collins' salary is expected to be no less than $3 million.

Additionally, as a professional MLB player for Cincinnati Bengals, his annual salary was $90,000. 

Apart, he owns a luxurious mansion in Fort Thomas, Kentucky, US.

Is Cris Collinsworth Married? Know His Wife and Children

Cris Collins, 60, is a family man. He found love where Holly Bankemper was right on time while the two were attending the University of Cincinnati, both in law school. Holly graduated in 1988 whereas Collinsworth in 1991. After dating a long time, the pair tied the knot in 1989. 

His wife continues to practice law in the Cincinnati area whereas Collinsworth has grown rather famous — as you well know — working in sports broadcasting for NBC, HBO, Fox, and the NFL Network.

Collinsworth Family SOURCE: Taddlr

The couple is proud parents of 4 children: Austin, Ashley, Katie, and Jack. Their son Austin played as well as served as team captain at the University of Notre Dame, from which he earned an MBA in Investments. What's more, their daughter Ashley is a captain of the track team at Harvard’s University.

Apart from his love life, Collinsworth is a philanthropist. He is associated with social and institution that works for the betterment of homeless children. He has received a Juris Doctor degree from the University Of Cincinnati College Of Law. Currently, he resides with his wife and children in Fort Thomas, Kentucky. 

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Early Life Of Cris Collinsworth

Collinsworth was born as Anthony Cris Collinsworth on 27 January 1959, in Dayton, Ohio, the United States, Abraham Lincoln Collinsworth, and Donetta Browing Collinsworth. His star sign is. As per nationality, he is an American, having a white ethnic background. 

He has two brothers: Kyle Collinsworth, who plays for the Raptors 905 of the NBA G League as Point guard and Greg Collinsworth.  

He attended Astronaut High School and played high school football from the Florida High School Athletic Association. His outstanding height and passion for football attracted several football coaches around the world. Later on, he bagged an athletic scholarship from the University of Florida. He played for the team of the college at the position of wide receiver and was honored as an All-American during his college years.

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Professional Career of Cris Collinsworth

In the 1981 NFL Draft, Collinsworth was picked by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round with 37th pick overall.  He spent his entire career of NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals.

After retiring from the football world, he moved into the world of sports broadcasting and served to the Cincinnati station WLW. He served as the reporter for the Inside the NFL and has his reporting and anchoring credits portrayed on NFL on Fox.

He has also worked as an NBC studio analyst for the Sunday Night coverage and all of his endeavors have a reporter has been hugely appreciated by his fans.

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