Chris Myers Wiki – Biography

Chris is an Emmy Award-winning American sportscaster. Myers grew to prominence for his coverage on the 1989 San Francisco earthquake, which held place during the World Series. In his years of career being a sportscaster, Chris has reported various famous sports leagues, which hold Super Bowl, World Series, NFL, NBA, MLB, U.S. Open, Triple Crown, Final Four, and Daytona 500. Now, Myers, who is considered as the 1st three-sport player, works at FOX Sports.

Chris Myers Age

Greeting from the areas of Florida, Myers was born on 28th March 1959 as Christopher Patrick Myers. His birth symbol is Aries.

Family and Siblings

In the family, Chris has 4th siblings, two bros, and two sis. Myers built in a single-parent home after the death of his mom to cancer. Sadly, Chris lost his dad, Eugene T Myers (b. 5th November 1924), a retired Navy officer, on 12th February 2011.


Chris became registered at Florida International University and next tended Miami Dade Community College. Myers has majored in radio and television.


Chris’s career in broadcasting started during his high school while Myers hosted his own show on Miami’s WKAT radio. At that time, Chris took the opportunity to interview some of the sports legends such as Muhammad Ali and Don Shula.
Later, Myers served in some other channels, which include WWL-TV, WTVJ-TV, and WCIX-TV. In 1988, Chris moved to the ESPN channels, wherever Myers was given the responsibility to host some shows like SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight. Later, Chris entered the interview program Up Close, to which Myers also was passed with an Emmy Award. Later on, Chris grew the initial person to attend live interviews with O.J. Simpson.

Following 10th years of service at ESPN, Chris started working for the Fox Sports team in 1998. In 2001, Myers was given over the job to host FOX Sports NASCAR CUP SERIES, DAYTONA 500 live, and multiple other shows. Moreover, in 2018, Chris took the chance to meet some of the most famous championship boxing fights in the world as the blow-by-blow commentator for FOX Sports’ Premier Boxing Champions. Besides that, Myers too received the opportunity to host choose FOX PBC Fight Nights, and FOX PBC Pay-Per-View shows.
As of presently, Chris proceeds to showcase his skills for FOX Sports.

Chris Myers Wife and Children

Myers married to Susan Myers. Chris, his wife, and his son Alex. He lives in Southern California with their 3 dogs.
On 16th February 2012, Myers and Susan missed their son, Christopher, in a car accident while he was only 19th years old—Christopher’s car ran off the roadway and hit in Southern California. Accepting his son’s legacy, Myers and his wife had 3 dogs, a Jack Russell, a chihuahua, and a different breed—Christopher was a dog lover.

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