Who is Jeanne Zelasko Husband? Bio, Net Worth, Age

In Los Angeles County, California, Jeanne Zelasko worked as a writer and sportscaster for “The Beast” AM980 KFWB and Fox Sports West.

Facts of Jeanne Zelasko
Full Name: Jeanne Zelasko
Age: 55 years old
Birthday: October 26, 1966
Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio
Nationality: American
Gender: Female
Horoscope: Scorpio
Wife/Husband: Curt Sandoval
Net Worth: $2 million
Height: 5 feet 6 inches
Profession: American journalist

What is Jeanne Zelasko Net Worth?

In her capacity as a journalist and sportscaster, Jeanne Zelasko earns a lot of money. She has, in fact, spent some time working in the broadcasting sector. And has participated in a lot of newscasts throughout her career. While her exact net worth is still being investigated, it is obvious that she has made millions of dollars thanks to her professional career. Several publications have stated that Zelasko has a net worth of at least $2 million as of 2019.

Zelasko is currently employed as a news anchor at Fox Sports West and The Beast AM980 KFWB. However, she is solely responsible for determining the actual salaries and sales figures. According to the pay scale, the annual average salary for a radio show host at KFWB is $40765.

While at Fox Sports, the annual salary ranges from $41,512 to $107,419 every year. Jeanne has also been employed by ESPN for a considerable amount of time, and the overall annual salary for reporters at that network is close to $85,000. Zelasko may earn more than the average salary due to her extensive industry experience. Additionally, with a $10 million net worth, Rachel Nichols is ESPN’s highest-paid sports journalist.

What is Jeanne Zelasko Age?

Zelasko was born on October 26, 1966, in Cincinnati, Ohio, in the United States. She spent her formative years in San Diego, California, and New Jersey. Zelasko developed a strong interest in journalism at a young age and eventually attended San Diego State University to pursue her goals.

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Zelasko started her broadcasting career delivering metro traffic updates as a student at San Diego State University. She then hosted a chat program on KCEO-AM radio. In 1993, she began her career in television by hosting weekend newscasts at San Diego’s KDCI-TV News.

Her parents’ names and other personal details are not public knowledge. Despite working in television, she prefers to keep her private life private and avoids discussing it. Despite appearing to be a private person, the public adores her.

Who is Jeanne Zelasko Husband?

Zelasko got married to Curt Sandoval, a fellow sports reporter, and anchor. Sandoval is a triathlete who has finished an Ironman in Hawaii and works for KABC-TV, an ABC-owned station in Los Angeles. They got married in 1998, and they now have two children. Zelasko an in Hawaii and works for KABC-TV, an ABC-owned station in Los Angeles. They got married in 1998, and they now have two children.was confirmed to be receiving treatment for thyroid cancer on December 30, 2007.

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Caption: Jeanne Zelasko with her Family
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Jeanne Zelasko lives in a suburb outside of Los Angeles with her spouse, former ABC7 Eyewitness News Sports Anchor and journalist Curt Sandoval, and their two children. Both Jeanne and Curt have battled cancer at various stages in their life. Thanks to the support of their loved ones, friends, throngs of fans, and the professional sports world, they are now cancer-free.

When they are not on broadcast, these dedicated parents juggle their highly athletic teenagers between jobs, games, and tournaments. Additionally, they invest a lot of time and effort into community service and fund-raising through their church for cancer-related charities.

Jeanne Zelasko’s Career Line

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  • Early in her career, Zelasko co-hosted the San Diego Padres pregame program for Prime Sports West, a local sports network in Southern California (now Fox Sports Net West).
  • As a network assignment reporter, she covered a variety of sports, including the NFL, NHL, collegiate basketball, and auto racing.
  • During Zelasko’s extensive career with FOX Sports, she served as a studio host, anchor, commentator, and sideline reporter for FOX NFL Sunday, where she covered broadcasts of the Super Bowl, Sugar Bowl, and Cotton Bowl, and Orange Bowl.
  • She was initially hired by former FOX Sports Vice Chairman Ed Goren, who had been a fan of her work on XTRA Sports 1150AM, where the late Steve Hartman and Chet Forte once more held their own, as a member of the broadcast crew anchoring FOX Sports Net’s National Sports Update.
  • Zelasko became the first female sportscaster to ever work for the Daytona 500 when Goren designated her as the first female pit reporter to cover NASCAR. Goren remarked, “Whatever was thrown at her, she did extraordinarily well,” of this adaptable sportscaster.
  • SportsNet Fox
    Zelasko was hired by Fox Sports in 1996 and went on to work as a sideline reporter for Fox NFL Sunday and a member of the inaugural broadcasting team anchoring the newly launched Fox Sports Net’s National Sports Study.
  • In February 2001, Zelasko started working for NASCAR on Fox as a pit reporter. After the 2008 season, the Fox network axed the Major League Baseball pregame show (as a means of cost-cutting).
  • In 2001, Goren promoted Jeanne Zelasko to co-host the Emmy-winning MLB on FOX studio pregame and postgame shows with Kevin Kennedy in favor of Kevin Olbermann.
  • There was no denying that she was rock solid, according to Goren. She knows what she’s talking about; she doesn’t merely read from a script.
  • Zelasko was the first woman to host a Major League Baseball show for a broadcast network in more than ten years after being named a “Superanchor” by the L.A. Daily News.
  • Jeanne Sandoval has overseen FOX’s coverage of Major League Baseball for almost ten years, from the regular-season National League and American League Championships to the All-Star Games and World Series.
  • NFL Network
    In April 2009, Zelasko began working for MLB Network in a variety of capacities, including special assignments for MLB Tonight. On May 20, 2009, Zelasko made her MLB play-by-play debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers, becoming the first woman to do so.
  • The former Dodger Mark Sweeney collaborated with Zelasko as an analyst. Zelasko was the first female to ever do so for the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise when she made her MLB play-by-play debut with them in 2009.
  • She also took on a number of positions and unique tasks for MLB Tonight and the MLB Network. In addition, Mark Sweeney, a former Dodger, serves as the analyst for the DogersWIN Network.
  • When hiring Zelasko, Dodger CEO Jamie McCourt stated of her, “We’re happy to welcome Jeanne into the Dodger family. Her track record and gaming background speak for themselves.
  • ESPN Following a stint covering ESPN’s NCAA Softball Tournaments, Zelasko joined The Beast 980AM, a well-known morning-drive sports talk radio program, where he co-hosts the Home Team with five-time NBA All-Star Marques Johnson.
  • The program was renamed Plashke and Zelasko after Johnson was replaced by longtime Los Angeles Times columnist Bill Plaschke.
  • The program, which launched in 2014, ran for two years before the radio station was finally purchased by a station that broadcasts in a different language.
  • Zelasko most recently served as a rotating host for FOX Sports West’s Clippers Live, the before and postgame show for coverage of the Los Angeles Clippers.
  • All season long, Clippers Live keeps fans informed and entertained with player and coach interviews as well as special features.
  • Films Zelasko is a multi-talented and adaptable actor who has been in primetime and syndicated television shows as well as feature films.
  • She had a guest appearance in the CBS drama Diagnosis: Murder. She made a cameo appearance as an anchorwoman in the 2002 Swiss film Birdseye.