Steve Czaban Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Steve Czaban Show


Steve Czaban is an illustrious American sports radio personality. As of now, he works as the host of The Steve Czaban Show on 97.3 The Game. Before hosting The Steve Czaban Show on Yahoo! Sports Radio, Steve had a daily sports program for Bob & Brian. He was first heard on Fox Sports Radio.

He was recruited as the afternoon sports show presenter for WFNZ in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1998, but quit in June 1999. In August 2010, it was announced that Steve would return to Sporting News Radio (formerly One-On-One Sports) (formerly One-On-One Sports) (formerly One-On-One Sports). Also present were Steve’s dependable sidekicks, producer Steve Solomon, anchor Al Galdi, co-host Scott Linn, and later, Tim Murray.

Steve Czaban Age

Steve Czaban was born in McLean, Virginia, in the United States on June 1, 1968. He is 54 years old.

Steve Czaban Height

Steve stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83 m tall.

Steve Czaban Family

Steve was born in the United States to loving and supporting parents in McLean, Virginia. His father worked for the United States Department of Agriculture as a computer systems analyst, and his mother was an elementary school teacher.

Stephen Czaban Wife

Stephen is happily hitched to Deana Czaban, his wife. The couple lives on a 10-acre property in Round Hill, Loudoun County, Virginia. Stephen and Deana have two kids, Catherine and Megan.

Steve Czaban Education

Steve went to Cooper Middle School and Langley High School after finishing primary school. In 1990, he graduated with a B.S. in political science and communications from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Steve Czaban Salary

Steve earns an annual salary is $ 80,211.

Steve Czaban Net Worth

Steve’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Steve Czaban Career

Steve served as a radio commentator for the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos’ basketball and football teams, as well as headlining a local sports show on KTMS-AM 1260 in Santa Barbara, California, after graduating. He returned to his hometown and was hired as a part-timer for Team Tickers by Andy Pollin at WTEM during the summer of 1994.

In 2000, he rejoined Pollin, after six months at ESPN Radio, for The Sports Reporters, which airs on WTEM in Washington, D.C. In December 2012, the two sparked outrage by making comments about Gabrielle Ludwig, a 50-year-old transgender Mission College basketball player. These remarks caused the two to be suspended.

He unexpectedly left the Bob and Brian in the Morning program on 102.9 the Hog in Milwaukee in late October 2018. He may currently be heard on ESPN980 in the Washington DC market during the afternoon drive (4:00 to 7:00 PM) with Scott Linn.

In 2002, while still anchoring The Sports Reporters, Steve joined Fox Sports Radio and co-hosted GameTime with Steve. Steve was relocated to The First Team on Fox as part of their morning program in January 2005 and was later dubbed the Steve Show until its discontinuation in December 2009.

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