Who is Michelle Beisner?
Michelle Beisner was born on 15 October 1976, in Denver, Colorado USA, and is a reporter, best known for her work with the sports network ESPN, as well as the NFL Network. She is a part of the program “Monday Night Countdown”, and also the show “Monday Night Football”.
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The Net Worth of Michelle Beisner
How rich is Michelle Beisner? As of late-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $15 million, earned largely through a successful career in sports broadcasting. She reportedly earns around $3 million a year in salary, so as she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Prior to finding broadcasting work, Michelle spent many years honing her skills in dance. She developed a passion for it at a young age, and trained to help improve her capabilities. Later on, she became a member of the cheerleading squad for the National Football League (NFL) team, the Denver Broncos, and after two years with the squad, she was promoted as captain, a position she held for four years. In 1999 she became the Pro Bowl representative, leading her to travel to numerous places to teach dance, including Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and South America, both as a performer as well as a teacher. She also worked with the United Service Organizations (USO) to tour in Africa and Iraq, emcee-ing programs and dancing as a part of her work with USO. She then co-created, produced and appeared in the Denver-based burlesque show called the “Dollhouse Revue”, which featured former Broncos cheerleaders performing.
Acting and Broadcasting
Eventually, Beisner furthered her career in the sports industry through broadcasting, joining the network ESPN as the co-host of the show “The Russo and Steele Automotive Auctions”. She then became a pit reporter for Champ Car World Series, which covered various open-wheel car racing events, also working with the Speed Channel on their show “The Turbo Tour”, and was a field reporter for “The Best Damn Sports Show”. Other programs she worked on included the Grand Prix in Denver, and “The Vista” which aired on the Altitude Network, concurrently doing emcee work for sports teams such as the Denver Nuggets, the Colorado Mammoth, and the Colorado Avalanche.
— MichelleBeisnerBuck (@MichelleBeisner) May 27, 2016
Other networks she’s worked for include Fox Sports, CBS, NBC, Comcast, and ABC, which included interviewing numerous sports figures, and her popularity led her to be cast in acting roles in several feature films too, such as “Any Given Sunday”, “Wasteland”, “Throttle”, and “Alice”. Eventually, her experience and exposure lead her to sign a contract with the NFL Network, serving for the next several years as a crew member of “Monday Night Countdown” and “Monday Night Football”.
Other programs Michelle hosted for the NFL Network include the “NFL Weekly Countdown”; she also did field reporting for “NFL Gameday Morning” and “NFL Total Access”, which is a year-round show dedicated to covering the NFL. She was the host of the news program “NFL Network Now” as well reporting on “NFL Quarterback Challenge”, and had pre-game reporting duties during the Super Bowl, including the “Total Access On Location” segments. Later on, she joined Dave Dameshek, Michael Fabiano and Adam Rank as the hosts of the NFL.com show “Fantasy LIVE”.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, it is known that Beisner married Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck in 2014, and they have twin boys. Joe is known for his award-winning career with Fox Sports, including numerous Sports Emmy Awards during his tenure, and is also a three-time recipient of the National Sportscaster of the Year Award. He has served as the play-by-play announcer for most of the World Series games since 1996, and is the play-by-play announcer for coverage of the NFL as well as Major League Baseball (MLB).
Similar to numerous sports broadcasting personalities, Beisner is very active online through accounts on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram. She mainly promotes her shows through her accounts, and also gives updates in terms of NFL news. She is highly active on Instagram, consistently posting pictures from some of her recent endeavors, as well as of her husband and their children. There are also several pictures of her working behind the scenes at ESPN and at the NFL Network. Her husband is also similarly active through accounts on Facebook and Twitter, mainly posts about recent endeavors and projects.