Dan Hicks Biography
Dan Hicks is a popular American journalist and sportscaster. He works as NBC Sports Group’s critically-acclaimed and long-time golf and Olympic commentator currently. Hicks began working at this station in 1992.
In 2014, he began working at NBC Sports’ Notre Dame Football coverage as its lead play-by-play voice. Hicks has worked for NBC Sports’ PGA TOUR Golf Channel on NBC tournament coverage since 2000 as lead play-by-play host, together with Johnny Miller, a critically-acclaimed analyst in the 18th hole tower in addition.
Dan Hicks Age
Dan Hicks was born in Tucson, Arizona, United States on June 2, 1962. He is 59 years old.
Dan Hicks Height
Hicks stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Dan Hicks Education
He completed his high school course at Sabino High School in 1980. Later, Hicks attended the University of Arizona in 1984. He served on the radio on KVOA, the NBC affiliate in Tucson as a weekend sports anchor after college.
Hicks moved east to work for CNN in Atlanta in 1989 as a sports reporter and went to NBC Sports in 1992.
Dan Hicks Family
Hicks’s parents James E. Hicks and Diane W. Dan belong to the white ethnicity and are of American nationality.
Dan Hicks Wife
Hicks is a happily married man to Hannah Storm. On January 8, 1994, the two met while working at CNN and exchanged vows. She works on ESPN’s SportsCenter as an anchor and is an alumna of Notre Dame. The couple is blessed with three children named Hannah, Ellery, and Riley Hicks.
Dan Hicks Salary
Hicks receives an annual receives salary of $98,567.
Dan Hicks Net Worth
Hicks earns an approximated net worth is $2 million US dollars..
Dan Hicks Career
In 1992, Hicks works as NBC Sports Group’s critically-acclaimed and long-time golf. An Olympic commentator began working at this station. Hicks’s main responsibilities include play-by-play commentary for golf, but he took over as play-by-play commentator for Notre Dame football in 2013.
In 2019, he joined NBC’s coverage of the French Open tennis tournament. Hicks also worked for NBA on NBC and NFL on NBC as a play-by-play man. And also served for NBC’s golf coverage as a tower announcer in 2000.
He worked for NBC’s sports updates every weekend as the primary anchor and also worked on NBC’s now-defunct annual winter sports special, Ice as a host before. Hicks is an old hand of 11 Olympic broadcasts since the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
He worked for the past six Summer Olympics as a swimming play-by-play commentator. Hicks worked at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea as the alpine skiing play-by-play announcer further.
He worked at CNN in 1989 as a sports anchor prior. In 1984, Hicks began his professional career at KCEE/KWFM radio in Tucson, Arizona as a sports anchor/news reporter. He worked as a weekend sports anchor/reporter at KVOA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Tucson then.