|Date of Birth:||1967, February 9|
|Age:||53 years old|
|Birth Name||Daniel "Dan" Shulman|
|Birth Place||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Famous Name||Dan Shulman|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Height||5 feet 10 inches|
|Currently Working For||ESPN and Sportsnet|
|University attended||University of Western Ontario|
Dan Shulman is a Canadian sportscaster and currently working with the American network ESPN and the Canadian Sportsnet network. Shulman, along with Jay Bilas, serves as a play-by-play announcer for ESPN's men's college basketball coverage and additionally, he also covers Major League Baseball matches.
The resident of Canada, Dan Shulman, reportedly earns around $1 million, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2019, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $3 million. He was married to his wife Sarah and has 3 children from the relationship before the couple was officially divorced.
The Canadian sportscaster/anchor Dan Shulman has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Not to mention, Shulman is one of the most popular ESPN and Sportsnet anchors who have made a successful career as a sports anchorman. As ESPN and Sportsnet are a popular Sports Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Dan Shulman is a regular ESPN and Sportsnet anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
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Currently, the reporter receives an annual salary of $1 million from his successful reporting career with ESPN and Sportsnet. Further, ESPN and Sportsnet reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Further, Shulman refused to comment on his five- year contract but probably has signed a contract making him one of the highest paid sportscasters, earning around $1 million( U.S.) annually, even though ESPN has a low ball reputation and Shulman is believed to have negotiated his own deal.
Shulman has previously married to Sarah. Together with his ex-wife, he had 3 children named Ben Shulman, Alex Shulman, and Matthew Shulman. As of 2019, he has not involved any relationship rumors or affairs till date.
In July 2017, Shulman announced that he would step away from his position on ESPN as he was considering getting married next year again and wanted to spend some more time.
“I certainly have mixed emotions about it, but at the end of the day, I chose to strike a better balance between my personal life and professional life. I’m grateful to ESPN for giving me this opportunity, and equally grateful that they agreed to let me reconfigure my situation in order to make this work. It was not an easy choice. I have been thinking about it for months. I still want to accomplish certain things professionally but getting the balance in my personal life was the important thing. The older we get I think we sometimes reprioritize and I guess I’m doing that.”
Dan Shulman, 52 years old sportscaster has a perfect height of 5 feet 10 inches and weighs around 77kg. Additionally, he is pretty famous in social media with an enormous number of followers.
Dan Shulman was born on February 9, 1967, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He holds a Canadian nationality and belongs to a White ethnic group. His star sign is Aquarius.
Further, the details about his early life, parents, and siblings have not been disclosed yet.
Talking about his education, he graduated from the University of Western Ontario in actuarial science. Although he was a science student he decided to perceive his career in the field of broadcasting.
Shulman began his broadcasting career at the University of Western Ontario, becoming a leading voice of university football and basketball for the Western Mustangs on CHRW radio in London, Ontario, and later he volunteered for the local community TV station.
In 1995, he became TSN's play-by-play voice for Toronto Blue Jays baseball matches together with former Blue Jays catcher Buck Martinez.
— Dan Shulman (@DShulman_ESPN) October 26, 2018
During his 7 years tenure at TSN network, he also worked as a secondary voice play-by-play voice for NHL hockey and lead announcer for NBA basketball. He also covered CHL games and backed up TSN Inside Sports host Dave Hodge.
Shulman started working as a part-time for ESPN while he was still working for TSN. In 2001, he moved to ESPN to cover sporting events such as baseball, college basketball, and hockey.
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In 2007, ESPN signed a five-year contract extension with Shulman and assigned him to call NBA games for the network. On 19 November 2015, Shulman announced that he would join the Sportsnet broadcasting team for announcing more than 30 Toronto Blue Jays in the 2016 and 2017 seasons.