Joe Buck/ Joseph Francis Joe Buck was born on 25th April 1969 in Florida. He is a famous sportscaster in US just like his father Jack Buck. He was raised in St. Louis area. He went to St. Louis Country Day School. He started his career in the year 1989 as an undergraduate at Indiana University Bloomington.
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He has covered Triple-A-All-Star Game for ESPN. In the year 1991, he did broadcasting for KMOV. In the same year, he started reporting at local television for Cardinals. He also filled in for his father for CBS telecasts. He was the commentator for the 1992-93 basketball season at university of Missouri. He was later hired for FOX sports in the year 1994. However, he constantly called Cardinals on KMOX with his father and then on “FSN Midwest”television. His duties increased network wise, however, before the 2008 season, his local TV duties decreased when it was announced that he wouldn’t call the Cardinals game. In the year 1996, he was made to give commentary about the Baseball’s major league. He was the youngest ever person to broadcast nationally for a world-level series. He was the one who broadcasted the 62nd home of Mark McGwire which was a record breaker too. The game was shown on prime time of FOX TV. His father dies few months before the World Series of 2002. He paid tribute to his father during that series by using the same phrase that his father used for the game that ended similarly. He used to broadcast NFL in FOX with his color commentator named as Tim Green. However, he did that only for 3 years and stopped it after that. He became the host of the pregame and postgame show for the NFL in the year 2006. However, it did not continue after 2007. In the year 2009, he signed a contract with HBO as a host for the show named as “Joe Buck Live”. The show started on 15th June 2009. This became very famous for the spat happened between comedian Artie Lange and Joe on the show. During the late 90s, he hosted a sports show on Fox Sports net which used to air weekly. He was the host for a celebrity golf tournament which was organized to raise money for the Children’s hospital.
He got married to Ann Archambault in the year 1993. However the couple headed for divorce in the year 2011. They have 2 kids together. In the year 2014, he went on for his second marriage with Michelle Beisner who is a reporter for NLF network. There is also a musician whose stage name is same as him. That musician does his single tour under the name “Joe Buck Yourself”. There are CDs and t-shirts available for his fans under that name. He earns a handsome salary that has led to a whooping net worth of $15 million. He has more than 15 thousand followers on twitter and he has tweeted more than 3000 times on the site.
Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020