Todd Harris Bio | Wiki
Todd Harris is an American sportscaster. He currently serves as a sports announcer and reporter for both NBC Sports and NBCSN. Todd’s current duties focus on Olympic and extreme sports. Todd was given high-profiled jobs on the ABC college football game of the week with Hall of Famers Keith Jackson and Dan Fouts. Currently, NBC Sports used Todd in a wide variety of assignments.
He and his broadcast partner called Todd Richards received high marks at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games after their coverage of Shaun White’s Gold medal final run in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Todd as well served as the host for the Tour de France as well as the network’s coverage of the annual Ironman event held in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. He served as the main play-by-play announcer for NBC’s venture with both the World Series of Fighting and also the Pro Fight League.
Todd Harris Age
He was born on August 16, 1965, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America. Todd is 57 years old.
Todd Harris Height
He is a man of average stature. Todd stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx 1.73m).
Todd Harris Family
He was born to his father and mother on August 16, 1965, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America. Todd is a public figure in the sports field but has managed to keep a low profile about his family ( Parents and siblings).
Todd Harris Wife
Currently, Todd resides in Utah with his wife Keri Harris. They married each other in 1989. The couple has 5 kids and two grandchildren. Their twins ( Tag Harris and Macy Margaret Miyahara) turned 22 in January 2022. Their son Brigham Harris is a journalist. Brigham celebrates his birthday on March 12 every year. He is married to his wife Kaylee. The couple tied the knot in August 2018.
Todd Harris Education
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications and broadcast journalism from Brigham Young University.
Todd Harris NBC
Currently, Todd serves as the voice of NBC Sports Group’s action sports i.e the Dew Action Sports Tour. He recently completed his sixth Olympic assignment with NBC Sports where he served as the play-by-play announcer for snowboarding. Also, during NBC’s coverage of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games, Todd served as the play-by-play announcer for alpine skiing. He as well called play-by-play for the same events for five more other Winter Olympics with NBC.
Todd served as the sideline reporter during the PLL Championship Series as well. His career in sports broadcasting started in 1991. Initially, Todd covered surfing and snowboarding for ESPN. He later joined ABC Sports in July 1999 where he served as a sideline reporter. From 1999 to 2007, Todd served as a sideline reporter on ABC’s lead college football broadcast team. His role in 2005 was to cover the ABC game of the week in the PAC 10. He as well called play-by-play for ESPNU and covered college football and basketball.
From there, Todd expanded the role and began covering the X Games and Winter X Games. Additionally, he worked as a pit reporter for IndyCar. In 2005, he became the play-by-play announcer for the IndyCar Series and at the same time called the IRL and and the Indy 500. From 1998 to 2004, Todd covered the NBA Playoffs for Turner Sports. Also, he worked for Turner Sports at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan, as well as the New York City Goodwill Games.
Todd’s other colleagues at NBC include
Kelly Blanco – host
Benjy Sarlin – policy editor
Bonnie Schneider – weather anchor
Joe Micheletti – reporter
Bob Papa – announcer
Eddie Olczyk – comentator
Gary Koch – sportscaster
Cara Banks – studio host
Kelli Stavast – reporter
Brendan Burke – sportscaster
Todd Harris Supercross
In early 2021, Todd split his lead commentating duties with Leigh Diffey. He now does Supercross on NBCSN with Will Christien, Daniel Blair, and Ricky Carmichael. Todd was named the new lead play-by-play voice of the SailGP world tour. He started in Bermuda in April 2021 and his contract with SailGP runs through 2022. He was scheduled to announce the series with seasoned sailors Freddie Carr and Stevie Morrison while Aly Vance would serve as an on-course reporter. The shows broadcasted on CBS Sports Network in 175 countries and in the US.
Todd Harris Espn
The Brigham Young University graduate launched his sports media career in 1991 after he joined ESPN. he served the network until 2007. While there, Todd’s workload consisted mainly of college football, the X Games, as well as IndyCar. In 2005, Todd was the lap-by-lap announcer for ABC’s coverage of the 2005 Indianapolis 500.
Also, he contributed to Turner Sports’ coverage of the NBA playoffs as well as the 1998 Winter Olympics. Todd gained notoriety as young as 15 years old when he became the host of ESPN’s coverage of the World’s Strongest Man. He worked alongside 4x champion Bill Kazmeier.
Todd Harris Salary
Serving as a sports announcer and reporter for both NBC Sports and NBCSN is his source of income. Todd has an average salary of $71,496 per year.
Todd Harris Net Worth
His journalism career has been his main source of wealth and income since he was15. Todd has an estimated net worth of $1,385,936.
Who Is Todd Harris
Todd is an American sportscaster. He currently serves as a sports announcer and reporter for both NBC Sports and NBCSN. Todd’s current duties focus on Olympic and extreme sports. Todd was given high-profiled jobs on the ABC college football game of the week with Hall of Famers Keith Jackson and Dan Fouts.
How Old Is Todd Harris
Todd is a 57-year-old American sportscaster who was born on August 16, 1965, in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
Where Is Todd Harris
Currently, Todd resides in Utah, with his wife and their kids and works as a sports announcer and reporter for both NBC Sports and NBCSN.