Terry Gannon Net Worth

January 3, 2024
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PITTSFORD, NY - AUGUST 16: Jusy Rankin (L) and Terry Gannon of Golf Channel report the play during the third round of the Wegmans LPGA Championship at Monroe Golf Club on August 16, 2014 in Pittsford, New York. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Born Terrance Patrick Gannon on the 1st November 1963 in Joilet, Illinois USA, Terry is a sportscaster working for the Golf Channel and NBC Sports, known to the world for his commentating on such sporting events as college basketball, figure skating, WNBA, NBA, horse racing and many other sports. His career started in 1991.

Have you ever wondered how rich Terry Gannon is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Gannon’s net worth is as high as $3 million, an amount earned through his successful broadcasting career, during which he has worked for several notable USA networks, including ABC, NBC and ESPN, covering numerous sporting events.

Terry Gannon Net Worth $3 Million

Terry went to Joilet Catholic High School, where he played basketball for the high school team, of which his father was the coach. Also, he played for the baseball team as a pitcher and shortstop. He received All-Chicago selection in basketball as well as in baseball. Following his matriculation, Terry enrolled at North Carolina State, winning the national championship in 1983. Thanks to his great performance, Terry was selected into the Academic All-America team twice; in 1983 he was the No. 1 three-point shooter in the nation. Following his graduation, he played basketball in Europe before embarking on a broadcasting career.

He became a part of the ABC Sports Network in 1991, and commentated on numerous sporting events for the network. He was the play-by play commentator for both NBA and WNBA games on ABC, and then became host for Golf on ESPN. Furthermore, he covered the PGA Tour on ABC, and the Champions Tour, while also serving as ABC Sports’ host for the 2002 FIFA World (Soccer) Cup, and also hosting the WTA Professional Tennis. His very busy schedule ensured a steady rise in Terry’s net worth.

Terry took a step higher, becoming a part of the ABC’s Wide World of Sports and covering an even broader range of sporting events which included alpine skiing, supercross motorcycle racing, mountain biking, ski jumping, beach volleyball, and also the Special Olympics, Tournament of Roses Parade and Goodwill Games, which only increased his wealth. Most impressively, he hosted coverage of the Tour de France cycling classic, and the Indianapolis 500 car classic.

In 2010, he became also became a part of The Golf Channel broadcast team, increasing further his net worth as befits his knowledge and versatility in being familiar with so many sports.

When it comes to his career on ESPN, he was the play-by-play commentator of WNBA Games from 2004 to 2012, and NBA games from 2010 ‘til 2013, and a college basketball analyst from 1995 to 2009, adding further to his wealth.

Regarding his personal life, Terry is married to Lisa, however there are no further details about their marriage, including number of children, or when marriage commenced.

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