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|Birth date:||25th April 1969,|
|Birth place:||St. Petersburg, Florida USA,|
|Profession:||A reporter, sportscaster, a play-by-play commentator,|
|Education:||Indiana University Bloomington,|
|Spouse:||Michelle Beisner (2014), Ann Buck (1993 - 2011),|
|Children:||Trudy Buck, Natalie Buck,|
|Parents:||Jack Buck, Carole Lintzenich,|
|Siblings:||Dan Buck, Julie Buck, Bonnie Buck, Beverly Buck, Betsy Buck, Christine Buck, Jack Buck Jr.|
|Awards:||Sports Emmy Award,|
|Music groups:||Legendary Shack Shakers, Assjack, Devil Is on His Way, Bitter Is the Day, I Want Revenge|
|Nominations:||Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Host|
|TV shows:||Joe Buck Live, Fox NFL, Fox NFL Sunday, Fox Major League Baseball, World Series|
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Joe Buck Net Worth $15 Million
Joe (Joseph Francis) Buck was created on 25th April 1969. He is an American sportscaster with a net worth of $15 Million. Joe’s prosperity has come from being a reporter for the reputed KNOX, KMOV along with the ESPN radio through the years. Although he was born in St. Petersburg, but Joe was truly raised in St. Louis. He ventured into airing early. He was unable to complete his graduation from the university due to this.
Joe did some small-time broadcasting work for the KMOX along with the KMOV radio before he joined the FOX network. It was the hiring by FOX network in 1994 that actually kick-started his career. He became the youngest broadcaster to announce the National Football League (NFL) games on television. From then on, he’s aired every major NFL show on television including the “Major League Baseball” and “Fox NFL”.
In 2009, Buck agreed to host a sports talk show starring himself for HBO — it was called “Joe Buck Live”. Joe got these offers due to his popularity and acknowledgement on television.
In 2011, Joe was diagnosed with a virus on his left vocal cord that drastically reduced his capability to speak. Regardless of this condition, he still continued to air for the 2011 game. After an operation, he resumed his standing as the networks lead announcer.