The American journalist, Steve Levy is well known as a sportscaster for ESPN, an international sports channel. Levy has been associated with the sports channel, ESPN from 1993 to the present. Levy has made an appearance in print ads for Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil. He made a cameo as himself in Home Improvement and a pair of 2005 films, covering the Boston Red Sox in spring training in Fever Pitch, and the Special Olympics in The Ringer.
Regarding his personal life, Levy is married and blessed with three children together with his wife. Moreover, the fifty-six years old has an estimated net worth of around $14 million.
Steve Levy has an estimated net worth of around $14 million, as of 2022. Further, his annual salary is reported at over $700,000 as a sportscaster.
Besides being a broadcaster, the talented American journalist Levy has also established himself as an actor in 2005, the movie called Fever Pitch, followed by Boston Red Sox and The Ringer. Similarly, in 2007 he also appeared in The Games Plan and Parental Guidance in 2012.
Levy did a cameo role in the interactive video, named like a Rolling Stone, Bob Dylan's classic.
Talking about the business side of Levy, once he was partnered with ESPN co-worker and former NHL head coach Barry Melrose for a minor league hockey team in Glens Falls.
The multi personified media person, Steve Levy can be followed on Twitter and also on Wikipedia. He is a regular user of social networking sites like Twitter with around 122.7K Followers as of February 2020.
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Steve lives with his wife, Ani Levy in New York, whom he was married in 2009. Ani and Steve were in long time relationship.
His wife, Ani Levy is a lawyer and works as Deputy General Counsel for Caritas Christi and she completed her law degree in 2001.
Both Steve and Levy are blessed with three beautiful children, one daughter, and twins sons. Steve has been constantly sharing his children's pictures on social networking sites as well.
As being the television personality, Steve is so secretive and private about his personal life and there is no news of separation, affairs, and betrayal in relationships. His personal life is smooth and happy. Hence we can say, a successful man personally and professionally too.
The hardcore Sportscaster Steve Levy has not involved in any rumors personally and professionally. His professional life is transparent to everyone and as personally, his lineups and divorce were not exposed to the public. He is now living happily with his longtime girlfriend and wife, Ani Levy.
The Piscean, Levy was born on March 12, 1965, in New York City. Six feet one inch tall, Steve Levy was born to American parents of white ethnicity. Born and raised in the city of New York, Steve is successful both personally as well as professionally. He has no rumors about the numerous relationships and only married to his longtime girlfriend, Any Levy. The couple is happily living with each other.
The very talented American journalist has completed his schooling from John. F. Kennedy High School, Bellmore, New York and then graduated in 1987 from State University of New York at Oswego, holding a degree in mass communication and broadcasting.
On the early days, Steve was very much keen in the field of communication particularly in broadcasting and immediately after completing high school, he joined the college of his interest and pursue his passion in communication and broadcasting. After graduating, he joined the WFAN networks and then got opportunities to be part of the respective sports broadcasting service ESPN in New York in 1993.
At the beginning of his career at ESPN, he was a presenter at the sports show called Sportscenter. Since then, he is working as a renowned broadcasting journalist in the field of sports media at ESPN. He also covered the network's college football coverage for four seasons (1999-2002).
He also worked as a fill-in commentator for Wednesday Nights Baseball. Similarly, he has also covered most of the National Hockey League (NHL). Popularly known as " Mr. Overtime", Steve Levy has covered the longest National Hockey League (NHL) in television history 3 times in 1996, 2000, 2003. However, the network lost the rights to televise the league's games, thereafter. Talented Levy was also awarded as a most valuable player in the world cup championship as taking part in Lumberjacks.
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