Darren Rovell Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth

Darren Rovell is a popular and talented American reporter and business analyst who is working for The Action Network. He had previously worked at ESPN, CNBC, and ABC News. As he is a journalist, so he is very vocal about his opinion and shares his opinion on Instagram with his 47.5 thousand followers and on Twitter where he has 2 million followers as well.

Early Life

Darren was born on 30th June 1978 in the United States of America. There is no information about the state in the USA he was born. The names of his parents are Marcia Gordon Rovell and Jeffrey Rovell. He follows the nationality of an American. In 1996 he completed his high school graduation from Roslyn High School in New York. For his further and higher studies, he went to Northwestern University in 2000 at Evanston, Illinois. He had a major in Theatre and also hosted a college radio show relating to the sports business.

Darren Rovell Career

With his academic profile, he was recruited at ESPN as a sports business writer. His work was to report on Sports agent, endorsement, and contract of ESPN Sports Center. Since he had an experience of reporting from Fox Sports and being an active participant in college. In July 2006 he joined CNBC and has anchored five primetime documentaries for them. The documentaries were Swoosh! Inside Nike, Inside Track: Refuelling the Business of NASCAR, As Seen on TV, Business Model: Inside the sports illustrated swimsuit issue and Behind the Counter: The Untold Story of Franchising.

He also works for ABC News where he reports on nonsports business matters. Recently on 28th November 2018, it was announced that he will work at The Action Network as a senior executive producer and report to Michael J. Leboff. He has lately discussed current situations like the Gamestop stock controversy and pair of Michael Jordon Rookie cards sold for $738 thousand each. As a reporter, he keeps himself updated and brings many insider details under the limelight. His reports have been active on NFL matches and their players.

Controversy

In November 2009 he was under controversy after his statement toward Meb Keflezighi where Darren called him a Ringer. Later he had to apologize for his comments. In October 2012 he released various incorrect statements about the NFL Players Association’s Financial Advisor Programs. The comments were seen in ESPN 30 for 30 episodes entitled as Broke. In June 2018 he got involved in a Twitter war with Dan Wetzel who is a Yahoo Columnist.

Darren Rovell Biography

Real Name Darren Rovell
Birth Date 30 June 1978
Age 42 Years
Birth Place United States
Nationality American
Profession Sports Business Analyst
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Capricorn

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimetres – 182 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 82 kg  –  in Pounds –  180 lbs
Chest Size 40 inches
Waist Size 36 inches
Biceps Size 16 inches
Shoe Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Athletic

Family

Father Jeffrey Rovell
Mother Marcia Gordon Rovell
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known

Qualification/Education

School Roslyn High School
College Northwestern University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Is he a Gay? No
Wife Cortney Brooke Schlosser
Children Three

Favourite Things

Hobbies Not Known
Favourite Food Not Known
Favourite Destination Not Known
Favourite Color Not Known

Personal Life

In 2008 he married Cortney Brooke Schlosser who works as a marketing manager at American express. They together have a daughter named Harper Rovell who was born in 2012 and after 2 years they were blessed with twin boys.

Darren Rovell Net Worth

Darren is a popular journalist who has worked at various popular organizations like ESPN, ABC News, CNBC, and many more. He earned a lot from his reporting career and also earns from his brand sponsors or by making an event appearance. According to sources his net worth has been estimated at around $5 million.

Trivia

  • He attended a boy’s summer camp named Camp Greylock in Berkshires.
  • While attending college he was on the advisory board for graduate programs in sports administration.
  • He worked as an intern for FoxSports.com.
  • Darren is the author of a book named First in Thirst: How Gatorade Turned the Science of Sweat into a Cultural Phenomenon.
  • He is also a co-writer of the book named On the Ball: What You Can Learn About Business From America’s Sports Leaders’ with David Carter.
  • He has majored in a Theatre course.
  • In 2008 he was awarded an Emmy Award for his contribution to NBC’s Election Coverage.

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