Joe Buck Biography

Sportscaster Joe Buck is a well-known figure in FOX Sports, famous for calling NFL and MLB games. He’s covered six Super Bowls, 23 World Series, and 25 MLB League Championship Series. In 2020, he received the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Buck has been a prominent voice in NFL coverage, teaming up with analysts like Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth. His extensive career includes hosting FOX NFL SUNDAY and THE OT, making history by hosting an NFL pregame show, and doing play-by-play duties simultaneously.

He’s not just a football commentator, though. Buck has won seven Emmy Awards for his outstanding MLB coverage, including major games like All-Star Games and the MLB Postseason. He’s a seasoned and respected figure in the world of sports broadcasting.

Joe Buck Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Parents, Net Worth

Joe Buck was born Joseph Francis Buck on 25th April 1969 to his parents Jack Buck (his father) and his mother Carole Lintzenich in St. Petersburg, Florida. He is known to have siblings named Betsy Buck, Bonnie Buck, Beverly Buck, Christine Buck, Julie Buck, Dan Buck, and Jack Buck Jr.

As a student, Joe attended the St Louis Country Day School which is located in the St Louis area where he was raised and brought up. For his further education, Joe enrolled at the Indiana University located in Bloomington but he did not graduate. Though Joe is famous and successful, he is not much educated.

Joe Buck Career

Joe began his career in sports commentary, starting with the Louisville Redbirds, a minor league team. He worked for ESPN, covering the Triple-A All-Star Game in 1989. Transitioning to local stations, he reported for KMOV, St. Louis’ CBS affiliate, while also broadcasting for the Cardinals on local TV and KMOV Radio in 1991, following in his father’s footsteps.

In 1992 and 1993, Joe became the play-by-play voice for the Cardinals. At 25, he joined Fox in 1994, becoming the youngest announcer for NFL games on national TV. He then led MLB play-by-play alongside Tim McCarver in 1996 and became the youngest to cover the World Series.

In a poignant moment in 2002, Joe honored his father during a Fox broadcast by using his father’s famous sign-off phrase. Later, in 2006, he took the helm as host of Fox NFL Sunday. However, due to low ratings, he resigned from the show in 2007.


In September 2018, Joe started working as a play-by-play for Thursday Night Football for Fox/ NFL Network where he joined with Aikman who was the game analyst, Andrews was the reporter, Kristina Park, who was the reporter, and Mike Pereira who was the rules analyst.

Joe signed to work with HBO in February 2009 where they would be working as a host for the show called Joe Buck Live. In 2010, Joe shared plans to end a show he cherished due to unforeseen challenges, eventually leading to its cancellation by Broadcasting & Cable.

By February 2013, Joe, along with Darren Rang and John Kelly, engaged with the St. Louis Blues, discussing the legacy of his father, who called Blues hockey alongside Kelly’s dad, Dan. They emphasized the rapid and thrilling nature of the game. Presently, Joe maintains his role as the play-by-play voice for Major League Baseball on Fox.

Joe Buck Biography

Real Name Joseph Francis Buck
Birth Date April 25, 1969
Age (as of 2023) 54 Years
Birth Place St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Nationality American
Profession Sportscaster, TV Host, Author
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Taurus

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in Centimeters – 185 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 80 kg  –  in Pounds –  176 lbs
Chest Size 40 inches
Waist Size 32 inches
Biceps Size 15.5 inches
Shoe Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Light Brown
Eye Color Green
Body Type Slim


Father Jack Buck
Mother Carole Lintzenich
Sister Julie
Brother None


School St. Louis Country Day School
College Indiana University Bloomington

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Wife? Michelle Beisner-Buck
Children Two (Natalie Buck, Trudy Buck)

Personal Life

Joe married his wife Ann Archambault in 1993 and decided to end their marriage with a divorce in 2011. From this marriage, they were blessed with two sons. After his separation from Ann, Joe married his current and second wife Michelle Beisner-Buck in 2014. 

Rich Elsen one of their mutual friends introduced each other for the first time. At that time, Michele had a boyfriend but she parted ways with him, Michelle started dating Joe around the 2013 Super Bowl. Eager to impress Michelle when they started dating, Joe learned she liked men with tattoos. Despite not having any, he ended up getting two tattoos on his biceps to win her over.

Joe proposed to Michelle in August 2013, and later they married in a beachside ceremony on April 12, 2014. The wedding took place in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, with several celebrities and sports stars in attendance, such as Rudd and Dallas Cowboys legends Tony Romo, Troy Aikman, and Jerry Jones.

From this marriage, Michele gave birth to twin sons using vitro fertilization (IVF). They both work at the same network and probably enjoying their life to the fullest. 

Joe Buck Net Worth

Joe earns an estimated net worth of $ 15 million USD. He earns this sum of money as his job as a host, play-by-play voice, and also as a sportscaster. He also earns some part of his income as a reporter. Joe’s net worth is expected to increase as he has got great experience after working for many years and facing a lot of situations.


  • Joe won the Sports Emmy award six times for play-by-play.
  • He won a Sports Emmy Award as a Studio Host.
  • Joe was named as the NSMA National Sportscaster of the Year thrice.
  • He also won the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2020.
  • Joe and Jack were the first father-son duo to earn the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award which his father won in 1996.
  • In 2016, Joe disclosed suffering from vocal cord analysis due to the anesthesia used for multiple hair transplantation procedures.

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