|Celebrated Name:||Chris Broussard|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Christopher Dana Broussard|
|Age:||51 years old|
|Birth Date:||28 October 1968|
|Birth Place:||Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||NO|
|Is Chris Broussard Gay?||NO|
|Profession:||Sports columnist, T.V. personality|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$1 Million|
|Last Updated:||July 2020|
Chris Dana Broussard is an American sport and works as a commentator for Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports Radio. He helps in the coverage of the N.B.A., and that is where his fame originated. Before he started to work as a sports analyst and a commentator, Chris Dana Broussard used to work for ESPN the Magazine, The New York Times, and ESPN. Com. Chris Broussard has appeared on N.B.A. Countdown, N.B.A. Fast break as an analyst, ESPN’s Sports Centre, and First Take.
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Early Life & Biography
Chris Broussard was born on 28 October 1968 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States. Chris Broussard is of an African-American nationality with a descent of Louisiana Creole. Chris Broussard’s father worked as a personal manager for Traveller’s Insurance Co., and he had to relocate his family more often.
The family of Chris Broussard had stayed in places like New York, Ohio, Syracuse, Des Moines, Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Cincinnati before he was done with his High school education. He went to study at Holy Name High School in Cleveland, where he later graduated in 1986.
In 2016, Broussard was inducted into the School’s Hall of Fame because he was a skilled footballer and basketball player at Holy Name High School. He enrolled at Oberlin College, where he graduated in 1990 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. He was part of the Oberlin Basketball Team, and he played Point Guard for the team.
Chris Broussard is a firm believer in God, the faith which he had since 1989.
Chris Broussard is married to Crystal, and their marriage has lasted for 24 years. They have twin daughters called Alexis and Noelle.
Apart from his work as a sports analyst and a commentator, Chris Broussard started The K.I.N.G Movement, where he is the manager. The movement is a National men Christian body whose objectives are to strengthen the faith of men and live righteous lives that are worth before God. The organization also gives out endorsements, teaching, accountability, fellowship, and brotherhood. It has celebrities such as Lionel Hollins, Troy Vincent, Brian Dawkins, Bernard King, Aeneas Williams, Mykelti Williamson, Shaun Alexander, and Darryl Strawberry.
Chris Broussard is also a frequent speaker in churches and schools.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 28 October 1968, Chris Broussard is 51 years old as of today’s date 10th July 2020. His height is 1.76 meters tall, and his weight is 73 kg.
Sports writing career
Chris Broussard, his career as a sportswriter in 1990 and used to write for The Plain Dealer, worked for The Plain Dealers for four years before shifting to Acron Beacon Journal. He worked by covering the N.B.A., and he spends two and a half seasons by working as a writer of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In 1998, Chris Broussard started to work for the New York Times. While working here, Chris Broussard covered the New Jersey Nets for two years. He then covered the New York Knicks for three years and the whole of N.B.A. for years. Chris Broussard later became part of ESPN Magazine in September 2004.
The same year that Chris Broussard joined ESPN the Magazine, he started to make frequent appearances as an insider and an analyst on the ESPN. He was part of the First Take debating panel, where they debated topics associated with sports.
Chris Broussard started to work as an insider of A.B.C.’s N.B.C. Countdown pregame show during the 2011-2012 NBA Season.
Chris Broussard worked as a sideline reporter for nationally-broadcasted games on ESPN and A.B.C. He worked for three years.
Chris Broussard began working for Fox Sports 1 in 2016 after leaving ESPN. The reason he left ESPN it’s because the return offered by the network could have taken him back to work as a reporter. At the level of his career, Chris Broussard found the offer of Fox Sports 1 to suit him as a commentator, analyst as well as an attractive status.
Chris Broussard works as a regular as a panelist on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed, The Herd, Lock It In, and First Things First.
Awards & Achievements
So far, there is no list of awards and nominations received by Chris Broussard. However, his work in sports, as well as religion, is a huge success he has made, hence worth an achievement.
Net Worth & Salary of Chris Broussard in 2020
As of July 2020, Chris Broussard has an estimated net worth of more than $1 million. He has a little figure of net worth that he acquires from his career as a sports analyst and a commentator.
Chris Broussard is a humble person and hardworking as well. His efforts in feeding nonbelievers with the truth about God are exceptional. As a family man, he works effortlessly to ensure his family does not lack anything.