Chris Fowler - Updated Jun 2024

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Chris Fowler

Chris Fowler is an American writer, producer, anchor, and sports broadcaster for ESPN. Chris Fowler is famous for his work on College GameDay.

Early Life

Chris Fowler’s full name is Christopher Brady Fowler. His date of birth is on August 23, 1962. At present, he is 61 years old and his zodiac sign is Virgo. He was born in Rockford, Illinois, USA. His father, Knox was a theater professor at Penn State University.

Chris Fowler attended Pennsylvania State College and graduated from General William J. Palmer High School in the year 1980. Moreover, he received a bachelor of science degree in radio/television news from the University of Colorado in the year 1985.

Chris Fowler

Caption: Chris Fowler posing for a photo. Source: Instagram

Chris Fowler – Net Worth 2024

Chris surely earns a handsome amount of money through his profession. Therefore, he has a net worth of $7 million as per sources.

Personal Life

Regarding his personal life, he is married to former fitness model/instructor Jennifer Dempster. She also appeared on ESPN in the 1990s on the show BodyShaping. The loving birds the knot in the year 2006.

Moreover, their wedding was at Oheka Castle, Huntington, New York. Sadly, the media has no information about the children of this beautiful duo.

Caption: Chris Fowler and his wife Jennifer Dempster’s picture. Source: FanBuzz

Body Measurements

This man is 6 feet 3 inches tall and he weighs around 82 kilos. Chris has dark brown hair as well as eyes. Similarly, he has an athletic body but the measurements are unknown. However, Chris has a great personality and is a good-looking man.


Chris is a sports broadcaster for ESPN known best for his work on College GameDay. He hosted between 1990 and 2014 and also for college football.

Similarly, from the year 1990 until 2014, he was the primary studio host for college football. This personality is also a regular anchor on ESPN for coverage of tennis and soccer.

Likewise, in the year 2014, he replaced Brent Musburger as the play-by-play announcer for Saturday Night Football on ABC, having him on ESPN’s top announcing team.

And, he was also selected to announce one of the two College Football Playoff semifinal games and the College Football National Championship.

Before joining ESPN, this person spent nearly 2 years at KCNC-TV, then the NBC affiliate in Denver, as a production assistant, a producer/writer, and a sports reporter.

Similarly, in the year 1984, this personality worked for many months at KMGH-TV in the same city as an intern in the sports department.

Chris Fowler

Caption: Chris Fowler working. Source: ESPN


Additionally, Chris Fowler serves as the head play-by-play for tennis tournaments broadcast on ESPN, including Wimbledon, Australian Open, French Open, and the US Open being broadcast for the 1st year in 2009 on ESPN.

Likewise, in the year 2010, Chris anchored, along with Mike Tirico, ESPN’s and ABC’s month-long coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. And in the year 2020, he announced the first game of the Monday Night Football Kickoff Week doubleheader alongside Kirk Herbstreit.

Furthermore, he was also the host of the ESPN Classic show SportsCentury. This personality broadcasts College Gameday from Williams College for its homecoming game against Amherst College in 2007.

In addition, from the year 1982 to 1984, this anchor covered high school sports for the Rocky Mountain News.

Chris Fowler – Social Media

This personality is very active on social media and has a huge fan following. His Instagram account ‘@chrisfowler’ has amassed more than 51.7K followers. And, his Twitter account ‘@cbfowler’ has earned over 804.2K followers.