Known for movies
|Date of Birth||March 12, 1965|
Who is Steve Levy?
Steve was born in New York, USA on March 12, 1965 – his zodiac sign is Pisces and he holds US citizenship. He’s a journalist and sportscaster, who is probably best known for his work for the American international cable sports channel ESPN, particularly his coverage of college football on “Monday Night Football”, as well as his coverage of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Early life and education
Steve was raised in New York by his Jewish parents, of whom little is known because he respects their privacy; it is believed that his father was a used car salesman and his mother was a high school teacher.
Because Steve hasn’t talked about having siblings, most of his fans think he’s an only child.
He became interested in sports journalism while attending John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, NY; Steve wrote for the school sports magazine during his last two years there and was also very physically active, playing football and soccer with his peers. He matriculated in 1983 and enrolled at the State University of New York at Oswego, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Broadcasting in 1987.
Steve launched his career right out of college, when he was hired to work as a host for commercial radio station WFAN, but only spent a few months with them before being offered a job by the MSG regional cable and satellite television network.
He gained recognition in 1990, when he was hired to work as a sportscaster for television station WCBS, and he spent the next three years working there, as well as contributing to commercial radio stations AM WABC and WNBC.
On August 1, 1993, Steve signed a contract with ESPNand has held the position ever since.
He mainly focuses on his contribution to the daily news program “SportsCenter”, while he also hosts a late night show on Mondays during the National Football League (NFL) season; Steve apparently considered quitting ESPN after losing the rights to broadcast National Hockey League (NHL) games because he enjoyed covering them, but instead opted to focus more on NFL coverage. He covered college football between 1999 and 2002, and continued again in 2016. Steve could also have been heard as a play-by-play commentator on the live game show “Wednesday Night Baseball”.
Since 2020, he has worked for ESPN as a play-by-play announcer for the professional football league XFL.
Steve’s NHL Coverage
Steve is popular for his vast knowledge of NHL teams and their players, and has been nicknamed “Mr. Extra Time” for calling some of the longest NHL playoff games in sports history; these include the 1996 game between the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins which went to four overtime periods, and the 2000 game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins which went to five overtimes.
Steve’s other appearances
Steve was featured in a print ad for Swiss luxury watchmaker Raymond Weil and appeared in an episode of the comedy series “Home Improvement”.
He could have been seen playing extras in a few films, such as the romantic comedy “Fever Pitch” and the sports comedy “The Ringer” in 2005, and the family comedy “The Game Plan” in 2007. In 2012, Steve starred a supporting character in the family comedy “Parental Guidance”.
Steve doesn’t have an Instagram account, but is very active on Twitter, which is expected of a journalist. He launched his Twitter account in January 2011 and now has over 120,000 followers, while Steve has tweeted over 25,000 times, mostly sharing various sports-related news with his fans.
Steve has a Facebook profile, but seems to use it only to keep in touch with his closest friends and family members.
He does not have a TikTok account, but many videos featuring Steve have been uploaded to the network by other users, and they have been viewed over 200,000 times.
Love life and woman
Steve prefers to keep the details of his love life away from the media, but we still know that he is now a married man. He exchanged vows with non-famous American woman Ani in 2009, in a private ceremony attended only by their closest friends and family members; Ani is a lawyer who now works at Caritas Christy as Deputy General Counsel, having obtained her law degree in 2011.
Steve and Ani have three children together: a daughter Harper and twins Stone and Carson.
Steve has not spoken of any other women he may have been with and as of April 2022 he is married to Ani Levy and they have three children together.
Hobbies and other interests
Steve’s career took him to various US states and a few European countries, and he became passionate about travelling, as his dream destination today seems to be Las Vegas, Nevada.
He loves animals and has a pet dog, while Steve often volunteered at a local animal shelter during his teenage years. his favorites are elephants and kangaroos.
He enjoys reading books in his spare time and his favorite author is Agatha Christie, while his two favorite books include “The ABC Murders” and “The Mysterious Affair at Styles”.
Steve enjoys watching movies in his spare time and his favorite actors and actresses are Arnold Schwarzenegger and Natalie Portman, while a few of his favorite movies include “Last Action Hero”, “The Running Man” and “V for Vendetta”.
Age, height and net worth
Steve’s age is 57. He has short gray hair and brown eyes, is 1.85 m (6 ft) tall and weighs about 95 kg (210 lb).
Since April 2022, Steve’s net worth is estimated at over $6 million.
|Full name||Steve Levy|
|Date of Birth||March 12, 1965|
|Education||State University of New York at Oswego|
|TV shows||NHL on ABC, ESPN College Football on ABC|
Social profile links
|Harmontown||2015-2017||Associate TV Series Producer – 69 episodes|
|rick and morty||Dan Harmon’s Wizards – 5 episodes, 2015 Dan Harmon’s Wizards – 1 episode, 2017 Dan Harmon’s Wizards – 1 episode, 2015|
|HarmonQuest||2016||Dan Harmon’s TV Series Wizard – 10 Episodes|
|Community||2015||TV Series Production Staff – 13 episodes|
|Tosh.0||2012-2013||TV series production assistant – 19 episodes|
|iCarly||2012||Assistant to the production of key sets of TV series – 13 episodes|
|The voice||2011||TV series production assistant – 2 episodes|
|american idol||2008||TV series production assistant – 1 episode|
|Harmontown||TV Series Producer – 7 episodes, 2017 Associate Producer – 2 episodes, 2017|
|Good game||2017||TV Series Executive Producer – 6 episodes|
|Great Minds with Dan Harmon||2016||Associate TV Series Producer – 14 episodes|
|Jay Leno’s Garage||2016||TV Series Documentary Producer – 1 episode|
|Allen/Gayle||2011||Short Executive Producer|
|I was a parade||2011||Video short filmmaker|
|Dr AS Et||2017||TV series||Steve Levy|
|Great Minds with Dan Harmon||2016||TV series||Steve Levy|
|What’s next for Sarah?||2014||TV series assistant director|
|Allen/Gayle||2011||short assistant director|
|The Book and the Worm||2010||short assistant director|
|I was a parade||2011||Short video|
|I was a parade||2011||Short video|
|x&y||2011||short sound recordist|