Bryant Gumbel

Bryant Gumbel is a journalist who was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. in 29/09/1948 and is now 76 years old. Bryant Gumbel has a net worth of $25 Million.

What is Bryant Gumbel Net Worth?

Bryant Gumbel's net worth is 25 Million.

How old is Bryant Gumbel?

Bryant Gumbel is 76 years old.

What is Bryant Gumbel Birthday?

Bryant Gumbel's birthday is 29/09/1948.

What is Bryant Gumbel Zodiac Sign?

Bryant Gumbel's zodiac sign is Libra.

What is Bryant Gumbel's Real Birth Name?

Bryant Gumbel's real birth name is Bryant Charles Gumbel.

Where is Bryant Gumbel's Birthplace?

Bryant Gumbel's birthplace is New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S..

How Tall is Bryant Gumbel?

Bryant Gumbel height is 5'9'' (175.26 cm).

What is Bryant Gumbel Nationality?

Bryant Gumbel nationality is .

What are Bryant Gumbel's Professions?

Bryant Gumbel's professions are Journalist, Sportscaster.

Who is Bryant Gumbel's Spouse(s)?

June Baranco ​(m. 1973; div. 2001)​
Hilary Quinlan ​(m. 2002)

Who is Bryant Gumbel?

Bryant Charles Gumbel (born September 29, 1948) is an American television journalist and sportscaster, best known for his 15 years as co-host of NBC’s Today. He is the younger brother of sportscaster Greg Gumbel.Since 1995, he has hosted HBO’s acclaimed investigative series Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, which has been rated as “flat out TV’s best sports program” by the Los Angeles Times. It won a Peabody Award in 2012.

Gumbel was hired by NBC Sports in the fall of 1975 as co-host of its National Football League pre-game show GrandStand with Jack Buck. From 1975 until January 1982 (when he left to do The Today Show), he hosted numerous sporting events for NBC including Major League Baseball, college basketball and the National Football League. He returned to sportscasting for NBC when he hosted the prime time coverage of the 1988 Summer Olympics from Seoul and the PGA Tour in 1990.

NBC News made Gumbel the principal anchor of Today beginning September 27, 1982, and broadcast from Vietnam, Vatican City, Europe, South America, and much of the United States between 1984 and 1989. Gumbel’s work on Today earned him several Emmys and a large fanbase. He is the third longest serving co-host of Today, after former hosts Matt Lauer and Katie Couric. He stepped down from the show on January 3, 1997, after 15 years.

Gumbel moved to CBS, where he hosted various shows before becoming co-host of the network’s morning show The Early Show on November 1, 1999. Gumbel was hosting The Early Show on the morning of September 11, 2001. He was the first to announce the September 11 attacks to CBS viewers. Gumbel left CBS and The Early Show on May 17, 2002.

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