Tim Brando Net Worth & Money
Tim Brando Net Worth & Income
Tim Brando is a well-known voice in college sports. He joined FOX Sports as play-by-play announcer for their coverage of NCAA football and basketball, still calling games today. Additionally, he’s called several NBA matches as well. Tim Brando stands out with his unique ability to capture the action of a game, providing insight that no other analyst can offer and making watching sports an unforgettable experience.
His distinct combination of personality and expertise has won over millions of fans around America. Whether it’s on FOX Sports or Sirius XM, his insightful commentary on sports will entertain and inform viewers alike.
Tim Brando’s Net Worth: $1 Million to $5 Million
As a National Sports Commentator for Fox Sports, Tim Brando has amassed an impressive fortune through his career and estimates place his net worth between $1 Million and $5 Million as of 2020.
His income sources come from broadcasting and other telecommunications-related jobs. Throughout his career, he has received several awards, such as the Lindsey Nelson Award.
He began his career as a disc jockey for KROK-FM in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1976 and went on to work as an assistant sports director at WAFB-TV in Baton Rouge where he did telecasts of Louisiana State University’s men’s and women’s basketball matches on Tigervision. Later he worked as both sports anchor and reporter at WLAC-TV in Monroe, Louisiana.
When Brando joined FOX Sports in 2014, he quickly established himself as one of the network’s regular college football and basketball play-by-play announcers alongside analyst Spencer Tillman. Additionally, he has called multiple NBA games and serves as a backup NFL announcer for FOX Sports.
Brando, born on February 27, 1956 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Hub Brando – a former radio broadcaster – lives with his wife Terri Glorioso Brando in Shreveport with their two daughters Tiffany Brando Crews and Tara Brando Sullivan.
Brando attended Fair Park High School in Shreveport before enrolling at Northeast Louisiana University (now the University of Louisiana-Monroe), where he earned a bachelor’s degree in radio/television management. Married to Terri Glorioso Brando for over 41 years, their first daughter Tiffany Brando Crews works as a radio/television announcer at KCIJ radio station and their second daughter Tara Brando Sullivan works as an NBC News reporter.
She has been with the network since 2013. Additionally, they have a granddaughter named Wilma Scarlett Sullivan who was born on September 7, 2016. Furthermore, Spencer Brando Crews works as a reporter for NBC’s ‘CBS This Morning’ show.
Brando has a distinguished career as a sports announcer, but is also an author and host of the “Brandon Taylor Show,” a weekly podcast on Fox Sports Radio. Furthermore, he has provided commentary for the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf Champions Tour on CBS television.
Brando volunteers at the New Orleans Saints’ training facility in his free time. He has also donated his voice to Voices for Children Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about childhood cancer. Brando has spoken at numerous schools and conferences throughout his career and is proud member of Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.