Jeanne Zelasko Profile
Jeanne Zelasko is a well-known name in American journalism and the sports broadcasting industry. Located in Los Angeles County, California, she is employed by “The Beast” AM980 KFWB and Fox Sports West at the moment. Jeanne had a career that was relatively long when she was working for Fox Sports as a reporter and analyst for several shows. She also reported for MLB Network, and ESPN, and served as the court reporter for Judge Joe Brown before she took that post.
Jeanne Zelasko Age
Jeanne was born on October 26, 1966, in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. He is 57 years old.
Jeanne Zelasko Education
During her time as a student at San Diego State University, Jeanne started her career in broadcasting by delivering reports on the local traffic on KCEO-AM radio and then presenting a chat program on that station. Her first job in the television industry was as an anchor for the weekend newscasts on KDCI-TV News in San Diego in the year 1993.
Jeanne Zelasko Husband
Zelasko tied the knot with Curt Sandoval in the year 1998. Sandoval was a sports anchor and reporter for KABC-TV in Los Angeles, which is owned by ABC, and a triathlete who had competed in and finished the Ironman in Hawaii.
On December 30, 2007, Fox revealed that Zelasko had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer and was undergoing treatment. She was still slated to anchor the on-site pregame show for Fox and work as a sideline reporter for Fox’s broadcasts of the Cotton Bowl Classic and Orange Bowl games. Fox spokesperson Dan Bell said: “She will be absent for the duration that her therapy requires. When she returns to her MLB studio chair in April, we will be overjoyed to see her there again.”
Jeanne Zelasko Fox Sports
In 1996, Jeanne was hired by Fox Sports to become a member of the network’s original broadcast team. She was responsible for anchoring the National Sports Report on the newly founded Fox Sports Net, in addition to serving as a sideline reporter for Fox NFL Sunday. In February of 2001, she started working as a pit reporter for NASCAR on Fox.
Following the conclusion of the 2008 season, the Major League Baseball pre-game show on the Fox network was terminated (as a cost-saving measure).
In the early stages of her career, Jeanne served as a co-host of the pre-game show for the San Diego Padres on Prime Sports West, a regional sports network based in Southern California (now Fox Sports Net West). She covered a wide range of sports while working as an assignment reporter for the network, including the National Football League, the National Hockey League, collegiate basketball, and car racing.
In April 2009, Jeanne began taking on a variety of duties, including special assignments for the MLB Tonight program that was broadcast on the MLB Network. On May 20, 2009, she became the first woman to ever perform a play-by-play for a Los Angeles Dodgers game. Her debut as a play-by-play announcer for an MLB game came with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jeanne collaborated on the project with Mark Sweeney, a former Dodger who is now working as an analyst.
Since May 2013, Jean has been providing coverage for ESPN during the NCAA Softball Tournament.
In 1997, she appeared in an episode of the television series Diagnosis: Murder that was shown on CBS as part of its fourth season. In the 2002 film Fever Pitch, Jeanne had a cameo appearance as a reporter. Prior to that, she appeared in the Swiss film Birdseye in the role of an anchorwoman.
Jeanne Zelasko Judge Joe Brown
She filled the role of court reporter on Judge Joe Brown from 2011 to 2013.
Jeanne Zelasko Net Worth
Her estimated net worth is around $2 million.