- Birth Name Tracy Wolfson
- Birth Place United States of America
- Famous Name Tracy Wolfson
- Net Worth $3 million
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Currently Working For Thursday Night Football, SEC on CBS
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to David Reichel
- Divorce N/A
- Children N/A
In the list of journalists, Tracy Wolfson presented herself as one of the recognized, dedicated, and talented sports journalists from the world of journalism. Currently, she is serving as one of the successful sportscasters for CBS Sports.
Regarding her personal life, she is married and has three children together with her spouse. Furthermore, her net worth in 2021 is estimated at $3 million with an annual salary of $1.3 million.
Net worth and Salary of Tracy Wolfson
Tracy Wolfson has an estimated net worth of $3 million including all of her properties and earnings in 2021. Her net worth is $1.8 million more compared to fellow journalists, Lindsay Rhodes. She is currently receiving an annual salary of $1.3 million from her profession.
Maximum of her net worth is built through her professional journalism career. More about her biography can be easily taken from Wiki and IMDb. She is earning a fortune amount of salary. Her total salary boosted his net worth.
Personal Life of Tracy Wolfson
Coming to her private life section, this splendid lady is a married woman. She tied the knot with her boyfriend, David Reichel on New Year's Eve on December 31, 2001. They both are the student of Michigan University but started dating only after their graduation.
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With her husband, she is blessed with their 3 children; 3 sons named Dylan (10), Ari (7), and Evan (5). She is living happily with her family in New Jersey.
Early Life of Tracy Wolfson
Tracy Wolfson was born on March 17, 1975, and this makes her age 44 years at this moment. She carries a nationality of America and her ethnicity belongs to white. She was born to American parents, Josephine and Jerome Wolfson. She was from a middle-class family. Her father had a consultancy firm and her mother was a teacher. She is the single child of her parents.
Wolfson completed her graduation from the University of Michigan. She specialized in Communication. Throughout, her college time, she was passionate and conscious about her career, she had covered many sports game news and event to become a successful reporter in the future.
Tracy Wolfson's Professional Career
Just after her graduation, she enrolled herself in the world of journalism. She started her professional journalism career working as a correspondent for MSG Network, In The year 2002. While working with MSG, she earned many experiences. She covered major sports events like golf, college football, and Arena Football.
Lately, she also worked for WZBN in New Jersey as a sports anchor. At the beginning of her career, she also worked as a reporter for the sports show called “Long Island News Tonight”. Covering major sports and events, she was popular and successful, later she landed her job opportunity at the CBS network and covered the event along with her correspondent Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf.
In The year 2014, it was declared that Tracy joins NFL as a sideline reporter for the show Thursday Night and Sunday Afternoon along with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms. She has also reported NCAA men's basketball championship games on TBS in 2016 and on CBS in 2017.