Neil Everett (sportscaster) Biography
Neil Everett (sportscaster) is a sportscaster for ESPN. He is the co-anchor of the West Coast edition of SportsCenter alongside Stan Verrett.
Neil Everett (sportscaster) Age
Born in 1962 in Portland, Oregon, Everett, United States of America. Additionally, he was raised in Spokane, Washington, United States of America. As of 2019, he is 57 years of age.
Neil Everett’s Body Measurements
Neil Everett’s height is noted to be 5 feet 11 inches with his balanced weight which is not mentioned. He has brown eye color and salt and pepper hair color.
Neil Everett (sportscaster) Early Life
He graduated from Lewis and clerk High School in 1980. While in High School, he was a two-sport varsity starter for the Tigers in football and basketball, named to the all-city team. He played in football as a guard and also played at defensive lanes as well. Undersized in the late 1970s, he admits that he was “king of the cut-back block”.
He wrote a letter to the director criticizing a Spokane music critic’s review of a Ted Nugent concert. After high school in eastern Washington, he attended college in Oregon. He started at Willamette University in Salem. Later, he transferred to the University of Oregon in Eugene and graduated in 1984.
He was initiated as a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity at Willamette and continued that membership at Oregon. While he was a student in Eugene in 1983, his mother Jackie, a high school teacher, died from cancer at age 45. The use of his middle name as a professional surname is a tribute to his mother, UO alumni, and Astoria native, who would call him by his first and middle name when his behavior was less than optimal.
His stepfather, Dave Robertson, was a longtime high school basketball coach at Shadle Park and won the state title in 1981, led on the court by Mark Rypien. A math teacher, Robertson later coached at Gonzaga Prep
Neil Everett (sportscaster) Wife
Everett has married his longtime girlfriend Stephanie Krohn in 2013. They had started dating and having an affair five years prior. Though they had attended the same University, their intimate relationship blossoms after they met each other in the fundraiser program the Tiger Woods Center.
Though both husband and wife love to be with the children, they had not yet thought about having a baby. Due to their understanding and trust, they are happy with each other, and there has never been the issue of divorce between them. There haven’t been any children of the couple.
Neil Everett is a very responsible human being and takes care of his family. There is no chance of a divorce to occur in his life.
Neil Everett (sportscaster) Career
Everett started out in broadcasting at KCST-FM in Florence on the central Oregon Coast, west of Eugene. He left the media field and moved to Hawaii, where he worked 15 years as an athletic administrator at Hawaii Pacific University. While still working full-time at HPU, Everett was hired at local ABC affiliate KITV, first as a news writer, then assignment editor, and finally as a sports anchor. He later worked at Hawaii stations KHNL and KGMB.
In April 1999, Everett interviewed with ESPN on the recommendation of a friend but was not hired. The following year, ESPN called him for another audition, and this time he was hired as an anchor on ESPNews. In March 2009, he relocated to California to anchor the late-night Los Angeles edition of SportsCenter, which debuted on April 6, 2009.
Neil Everett (sportscaster) Net Worth
Though there is no official record of his net worth, Hence, Neil Everett’s estimated Net Worth to be 4 million dollars with the annual salary of 700 thousand dollars. He is also cautious about his performance on the television.