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Jim Nantz is a sportscaster of America who is known for his work on the National Collegiate Athletic Association, PGA Tour, National Football League, Division I men’s basketball for CBS Sports. He is also a play-by-play announcer of NFL game of CBS Sports since the year 2004. Jim is at number 6 in the list of the richest sportscasters around the world.
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Jim Nantz started his career in the field of sports broadcasting during his graduation at the University of Houston. He started his career with the CBS Radio Network. After this, Jim got to work as a sportscaster, and an anchor for KHOU Houston followed by becoming a weekend sports anchor on KSL-TV.
Family and Personal Life
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In his own life, Jim Nantz is married twice. He got married to his first wife Ann-Lorraine Carlsen Nantz in the year 1983. The marriage did not work, and they separated in the year 2009. After this, Jim got married again in the year 2012 to Courtney Richards. Jim is also a father of three kids named as Jameson Nantz, Caroline Nantz, and Finley Cathleen Nantz.
|Ann-Lorraine Carlsen Nantz (m. 1983–2009) and Courtney Richards (m. 2012)
|Yes (Jameson Nantz, Caroline Nantz, and Finley Cathleen Nantz )
Net Worth, Nationality and Other Facts
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|James William Nantz III
|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|May 17, 1959
|Place of Birth
|Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
|1.91 m, 6 feet 3 inches
|75 kg, 165.5 lbs
|Net Worth / Wealth
Height, Weight, and Age
Jim Nantz's height is quite tall measuring 1.91 m. Boasting a weight of 75 kg. Being born on May 17, 1959, translates to an age of 64 years as of todays date (March 2, 2024).
I love Augusta. I get to cover what I consider to be the best golf tournament of the year, and I really would like to think that one day – God willing, CBS willing – I’d be able to say that I worked 50 Masters.Jim Nantz
I never practice calls. Everything you hear is reactionary. The way I look at it is that broadcasters are just paid observers, just there to tell you what we see.Jim Nantz
I don’t want anything to disrupt my routine or make people uncomfortable in meetings during the NCAA Tournament or leading up to the Super Bowl.Jim Nantz
The Masters is the one tournament with a timeless quality, where legends are celebrated.Jim Nantz
People say ‘dream big,’ that’s kind of one of those motivational sayings, but I would dream hard, meaning I just wanted it so badly, I could feel it.Jim Nantz