Dan Hicks, born on June 2, 1962 (Age: 62 years old), in Tucson, Arizona, is an American sportscaster known for his work with NBC Sports since 1992. He started in radio and later became a weekend sports anchor on KVOA in Tucson. In 1989, Hicks moved to Atlanta to work as a sports reporter for CNN before joining NBC Sports in 1992.

His friendly voice and sports insights have made him a familiar presence in the world of sports broadcasting for over three decades. For further details about his Salary, Height, Age, Net Worth, Career, Wife, Daughters you can explore Dan Hicks’ Wiki.

Dan Hicks Wiki & Early Life

Dan Hicks sportscaster Wiki
Full NameJohn Daniel Hicks
Nick NameDan
ProfessionAnchor, Journalist, and Commentator
Age62 years old
Date of Birth2 June 1962
NationalityAmerican
Zodiac/Sun SignGemini
BirthplaceTucson, Arizona, United States
Current AddressGreenwich, Connecticut

Dan Hicks’ Wife, Girlfriend and Relationship

Dan Hicks sportscaster with his Wife
Relationship StatusMarried

Dan Hicks sportscaster Family

Hannah Storm with her Husband and Daughters

He grew up in Tucson with his mom and dad, James and Diane. While working at CNN, he met and married Hannah Storm, who’s now a SportsCenter anchor on ESPN. They said “I do” on January 8, 1994, and now live in Greenwich, Connecticut, with their three daughters: Hannah, Ellery, and Riley Hicks.

Parent’s NameFather: James E. Hicks
Mother: Diane W. Dan
SiblingsSister: Yet To Update
Wife/GirlfriendWife: Hannah Storm
Children Daughter: Ellery Hicks, Hannah Hicks, Riley Hicks

Education

In 1980, Hicks graduated from Sabino High School, and in 1984, he proudly earned his degree from the University of Arizona. These key milestones set the stage for his future endeavors and shaped the path for his achievements in both career and life.

SchoolSabino High School
Alma MaterThe University of Arizona
Highest QualificationGraduated in Arts (Broadcast News and Public Affairs)

Career

Versatile Broadcaster

Dan Hicks, the familiar voice on NBC Sports, is a jack-of-all-trades in the commentary world. Widely recognized for golf, he smoothly transitioned to Notre Dame football and NFL Wildcard Saturday. From NBA and NFL coverage to the top spot in golf, succeeding Dick Enberg, Hicks has been a stalwart figure. Beyond the games, he anchored NBC’s sports updates and hosted the now-gone winter sports special, Ice.

Olympic Enchantment

Hicks is a regular at NBC’s Olympic Games, showcasing his skills in various roles. Since 1996, he’s been the go-to for swimming commentary, and he’s also tackled speed skating, alpine skiing, and diving. His memorable moment came in 2008 during the men’s 4×100 freestyle relay, capturing the USA’s stunning win. Hicks has hosted late-night Olympic coverage and The Olympic Show on CNBC, showcasing his diverse talents. With his dynamic commentary, Hicks remains a standout in the world of sports broadcasting.

Dan Hicks Net Worth, Salary

Net Worth in Dollars (Approx.)$1.5 Million
Salary Annually (Approx.)$98k

Dan Hicks Height

HeightIn centimeters: 175 cm
In meters: 1.75 m
In Feet: 5 Feet 9 Inches
WeightYet To Update

Dan Hicks (sportscaster) Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

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10 Interesting Facts About Dan Hicks (sportscaster)

  1. Born on June 2, 1962, in Tucson, Arizona, Dan Hicks is an American sportscaster known for his extensive work with NBC Sports since 1992.
  2. Hicks initially started his career in radio and later became a weekend sports anchor on KVOA in Tucson.
  3. In 1989, he made a significant move to Atlanta, where he worked as a sports reporter for CNN before joining NBC Sports in 1992.
  4. With a friendly voice and insightful sports commentary, Hicks has become a familiar presence in the sports broadcasting world for over three decades.
  5. Hicks attended Sabino High School and graduated in 1980. Later, in 1984, he earned his degree in Broadcast News and Public Affairs from the University of Arizona.
  6. His family includes his parents, James and Diane, and he grew up in Tucson. Hicks is married to Hannah Storm, a SportsCenter anchor on ESPN, and they tied the knot on January 8, 1994.
  7. Dan Hicks and Hannah Storm have three daughters: Hannah, Ellery, and Riley Hicks.
  8. In terms of education, Hicks graduated from Sabino High School in 1980 and holds a degree from the University of Arizona in Arts (Broadcast News and Public Affairs).
  9. Hicks has had a versatile career as a broadcaster, ranging from golf commentary and Notre Dame football to anchoring NBC’s sports updates and hosting winter sports specials like Ice.
  10. Beyond his regular broadcasting duties, Dan Hicks is a seasoned figure in NBC’s Olympic Games coverage, contributing his commentary skills to various sports, including swimming, speed skating, alpine skiing, and diving.

FAQs

Who is Dan Hicks wife?

His wife name is Hannah Storm and she is a anchor at ESPN’s SportsCenter.

How old is Dan Hicks sportscaster?

He is a 62 years old.

Are Dan Hicks (sportscaster) and Hannah Storm married?

Yes, they were married on January 8, 1994.

Where was Dan Hicks (sportscaster) born?

He was born in Tucson, Arizona, United States.

How old is Hanna Storm?

She is a 62 years old.

How tall is Hannah Storm?

She is 5 Feet 8 Inches tall.

Does Hannah Storm have a daughter?

She had a three daughters from Dan Hicks.