Joseph Francis Buck, better known as Joe Buck, was born on April 25, 1969 (Age: 54 years old), in St. Petersburg, Florida. As an American sportscaster, he made a significant impact during his tenure at Fox Sports from 1994 to 2022, where he held key roles, including lead play-by-play announcer for NFL and MLB coverage.

Joe, the son of renowned sportscaster Jack Buck, was a fixture as the TV play-by-play announcer for the World Series for an impressive 25-year span, from 1996 to 2021 (except for 1997 and 1999 when Bob Costas took the reins for NBC).

In 2022, Joe Buck made a move to ESPN, where he currently serves as the lead play-by-play announcer for Monday Night Football. For further details about his life, including his Net Worth, Salary, Age, Height, Wife, Career, Father you can explore Joe Buck’s Wiki.

Joe Buck Wiki & Early Life

Joe Buck Wiki
Full NameJoseph Francis Buck
Nick NameJoe
ProfessionCommentator, Journalist
Age54 years old
Date of Birth25th April 1969
NationalityAmerican
Zodiac/Sun SignTaurus
BirthplaceSt. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Current AddressLadue, Missouri

Joe Buck’s Wife, Girlfriend and Relationship

Joe Buck with his Wife
Relationship StatusMarried

Joe Buck Family

ESPN Reporter Michelle Beisner her Husband and Kids

Joe Buck grew up with his parents, Jack Buck and Carole Lintzenich, and a bunch of siblings: Jack Jr., Dan, Julie, Christine, Bonnie, Betsy, and Beverly. He was married to Ann Archambault from 1993 to 2011, and they have two daughters. In 2014, Joe tied the knot with Michelle Beisner-Buck, an NFL Network and ESPN reporter and former Broncos cheerleader. They’re now happy parents of twin boys.

Parent’s NameFather: Jack Buck
Mother: Carole Lintzenich
SiblingsBrother: Jack Buck Jr., Dan Buck,
Sister: Julie Buck, Christine Buck, Bonnie Buck, Betsy Buck, Beverly Buck
Wife/GirlfriendWife: Ann Buck (1993-2011)
 Michelle Beisner-Buck (Married in 2014)
Children Son: Blake, Wyatt
Daughter: Trudy Buck, Natalie Buck

Education

SchoolMary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School
Alma MaterIndiana University Bloomington
Highest QualificationGraduated

Career

Before Fox Broadcasting

Before joining Fox, Joe Buck began his broadcasting journey with the Louisville Redbirds, a Cardinals affiliate. He reported for ESPN’s Triple-A All-Star Game in 1989 and did reporting for St. Louis’ CBS affiliate KMOV in 1991. That year, he started broadcasting for the Cardinals on local TV and KMOX Radio. His local Cardinals coverage continued until 2008, marking the end of the Buck family’s 48-year involvement with the team’s broadcasting crew.

Fox Sports Journey (1994–2021)

In 1994, Joe Buck became the youngest man to announce a regular slate of NFL games on network TV at the age of 25. His MLB journey began in 1996, and he called 23 World Series and 21 All-Star Games for Fox until 2021. Memorable calls include Mark McGwire’s 1998 historic home run and key World Series moments.

NFL on Fox

Troy Aikman and Joe Buck

Starting as the #4 NFL broadcast team, Buck became Fox’s lead play-by-play man in 2002, replacing Pat Summerall. He worked alongside Troy Aikman and covered notable games like Super Bowl XLII and the Minneapolis Miracle. His dual role as MLB and NFL lead announcer showcased his versatility.

ESPN/ABC Transition (2022–Present)

In March 2022, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman joined ESPN as the new lead broadcast team for Monday Night Football, ending their 20-season tenure with Fox. This transition marked a significant move in Buck’s broadcasting career.

Other Notable Appearances and Achievements

Beyond sports, Joe Buck hosted HBO’s “Joe Buck Live,” anchored Fox’s U.S. Open golf telecasts, and made guest appearances on various TV shows. His achievements include multiple Sports Emmy Awards and being named NSMA National Sportscaster of the Year three times.

Recent Engagements

In 2021, Buck guest-hosted Jeopardy!, and in 2022, he became the announcer on Fox’s Domino Masters. His participation in The Masked Singer Season 7 showcased his ongoing versatility and adaptability in the broadcasting landscape.

Joe Buck Net Worth, Salary

Net Worth in Dollars (Approx.)$35 Million
Salary Annually (Approx.)$12.5 Million

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Joe Buck Height

Joe Buck Height
HeightIn centimeters: 185 cm
In meters: 1.85 m
In Feet: 6 Feet
Weight82 kgs
177 lbs

Joe Buck Twitter, Instagram

TwitterTwitter Icon@Buck
InstagramInstagram Profile@joebuck

10 Interesting Facts About Joe Buck

  1. Joe Buck, born April 25, 1969 (54 years old), is an American sportscaster.
  2. He worked at Fox Sports from 1994 to 2022, covering NFL and MLB.
  3. Son of Jack Buck, Joe announced the World Series for 25 years.
  4. In 2022, he moved to ESPN for Monday Night Football.
  5. Joe’s family: parents Jack Buck, Carole Lintzenich, and siblings.
  6. Married Ann Archambault (1993-2011) and has two daughters.
  7. Married Michelle Beisner in 2014; they have twin boys.
  8. Joe graduated from Indiana University Bloomington.
  9. His net worth is around $35 million, with a $12.5 million annual salary.
  10. Joe is 6 feet tall, weighs 82 kg, and is active on Twitter (@Buck) and Instagram (@joebuck).

FAQs

Who is Joe Buck?

Joe Buck, a prominent American sportscaster, made his mark at Fox Sports from 1994 to 2022, notably as the lead announcer for NFL and MLB. Known as the son of famous sportscaster Jack Buck, Joe also served as the TV announcer for the World Series for 25 years. In 2022, he joined ESPN as the lead announcer for Monday Night Football.

How much Joe Buck net worth?

His estimated net worth is $35 Million.

Who is Joe Buck’s wife?

He was married to Ann Archambault (1993 to 2011), In 2014, Joe tied the knot with ESPN reporter Michelle Beisner- Buck.

How much Joe Buck salary?

His estimated annual salary is $12.5 Million.

How tall is Joe Buck?

Joe Buck height is 1.85 m.

How old is Joe Buck?

He is 54 years old.

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman.

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman have set a record as the longest-serving broadcast duo in NFL history, clocking in an impressive 22 years in the booth together. They earned the nickname “The A Team” when they teamed up with Cris Collinsworth to become Fox’s top NFL broadcast crew back in 2002. Their enduring partnership has made a significant impact on the world of sports broadcasting.