Neil Everett Biography
Neil Everett is a famous American news sportscaster. Presently, he serves for ESPN as a sportscaster. Everett is prominent for co-anchoring along with Stan Verrett the West Coast edition of SportsCenter.
He started his broadcasting career serving at KCST-FM located in Florence, Oregon Coast.
Neil Everett Age
Neil Everett was born in Portland, Oregon, United States of America, in 1962. He is 60 years old as of 2022.
Neil Everett Height
He stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 inches ( Approx 1.8m).
Neil Everett Family
Everett grew up under the love of his caring and loving parents in Spokane, Washington. His mother Jackie Everet who died at the age of 45 after losing a cancer battle was a high school teacher.
Everett as a tribute to his lovely mother chose to use his middle name as a professional surname. He was left in the hands of his stepfather, Dave Robertson who was a high school basketball coach at Shadle Park after the death of his mother.
Neil Everett Wife
Everett is a cheerfully hitched news sportscaster to his longtime girlfriend called Stephanie Krohn. The duo exchanged their wedding vows after dating for five good years on July 18, 2013.
Their intimate relationship blossomed after they met each other fundraising program. Although they graduated from the same University at the Tiger Woods Center.
Neil Everett Education
Everett graduated with a bachelor of science degree in journalism in 1984 from the University of Willamette in Salem.
Neil Everett Salary
Everett receives an average salary of $72,452 per year, according to ESPN News anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Neil Everett Net Worth
He earns an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Neil Everett Career
Everett joined ESPN as the anchor in July 2000. He worked from March 2009 for the company’s new Los Angeles Production Facility before that. Everett along with Stan Verrett co-hosted the 1 a.m. ET edition of SportsCenter while there.
He joined ESPN after serving for 15 years at various affiliates in Honolulu. Everett served at KGMB-TV, the CBS affiliate. His role was to be the weekday anchor and the sports director while there.
Everett moved from behind the scenes to being in front of the camera being an editor and producer during those 15 years. He served as an associate producer and also assignment editor before getting a shot.
On weekends when the regular sports anchors were off duty as sports anchor. Everett served at Hawaii Pacific University as an assistant athletic director and also a sports information director prior he launched his TV news career.