Bruce Beck Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, NBC 4, Net Worth, Salary

Bruce Beck is an American Emmy Award-winning anchor/reporter working at NBC 4 – WNBC in New York. He serves as the lead sports anchor.

Bruce Beck Biography

Bruce Beck is an American Emmy Award-winning anchor/reporter working at NBC 4 – WNBC in New York. He serves as the lead sports anchor at the station. Beck is also the host of the famous Sunday night sports show ‘Sports Final’ on NBC 4. 

Bruce Beck Age

Beck is 65 years old as of 2021. He was born on 18 September 1956 in Livingston, New Jersey, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 18th of September every year.

Bruce Beck Height

Beck stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch tall.

Bruce Beck Family

He is the son of former politicians Doris Beck and Felix Beck. His mother was the first woman to serve as Mayor of Livingston, New Jersey, and the first woman to serve as a Mayor in Essex County, New Jersey. He is the grandson of Benjamin and Miriam Lew. His father died on March 26, 2019, while his mother died on July 12, 2020.

Bruce Beck Husband

He is married to camp director Janet Beck. Together the couple has two sons, Jonathan Beck and Michael Beck, and two daughters-in-law, Jordana Beck, and Calie Beck.

Bruce Beck Net Worth

Beck has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million -$5 Million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.

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Bruce Beck Salary

Information about how much Beck receives is currently under review and will be updated as soon as the information is available.

Bruce Beck Career

Beck serves at NBC 4 – WNBC as the lead sports anchor. He is also the host of the famous Sunday night sports show ‘Sports Final’ on NBC 4. In addition, Beck is the New York Giants pre-season football host and sideline reporter.

For his interview with former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand, Beck won a New York Sports Emmy in 2011. He also won the 2006 New York Emmy for Outstanding Sports Anchor and received a 1999 New York Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports News On-Camera Achievement.

Overall, eight New York Sports Emmys, one Mid-Atlantic Sports Emmy, and three national Cable Ace Awards were awarded to him. Eight times, including six in a row from 2007 through 2012, Beck was named New York State Sportscaster of the Year. In 2014 and 2015, he also won the distinction.

Beck was a staff broadcaster with the MSG Network from 1982 to 1994. He also hosted the station’s coverage of the Knicks, Rangers, and Yankees, among his many responsibilities. For college football and basketball, professional and Golden Gloves boxing, and professional tennis, he was the play-by-play announcer. He hosted the Millrose Tournaments, the National Horse Show, and the Lou Carnesecca Show at the Virginia Slims Championship.

Beck won the Jessica Savitch Award of Distinction for Excellence in Journalism from his alma mater in March 2017. This prestigious award, presented at New York City’s Paley Center for Media, honors broadcasters for their professional excellence and the mentoring of future journalists.

Beck is the host of the weekly basketball and football shows at Rutgers University that air on MSG Network. For Spike’s Boxing and Kickboxing, he currently serves as a blow-by-blow guy. In 2015, he called TruTV’s Friday Night Knockout and in 2011, 2012, and 2013, he called professional boxing on Epix. Beck was the face and host of Showtime’s Championship Boxing play-by-play and one of the first to call the Ultimate Fighting Championship blow-by-blow.

“From 2000 to 2008, Beck, who was a studio anchor for NBA-TV, also hosted “Sportstalk and “Sports Images” on CN8, the 1994 to 1997 Comcast Network. He was also the face of Atlantic 10 Conference Basketball and Hofstra University Football play-by-play and called CBS Sports’ college basketball games. When coming to his education, he is a proud graduate of Ithaca College.

Bruce Beck Foundations

Beck opened the Bruce Beck Sports Broadcasting Camp in New Rochelle, New York, starting in 2017. He teaches the basics of the industry to the next generation of sports journalists, along with the best sportscasters and celebrities in New York. Beck, along with sportscaster Ian Eagle, ran a similar camp at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Montclair, N.J., every summer from 2002-2016.

In May 2009, St. John’s University picked Beck to give the opening speech at its Staten Island Campus. Beck and his family have supported those in need at the St. John’s Bread and Life Program, the largest soup kitchen in Brooklyn, every Thanksgiving for the past 19 years.

The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation, Derek Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation, the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America, the Alan T. Brown Foundation to Cure Paralysis, the March of Dimes, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, New York Special Olympics, Children’s Aid Society, Westchester SPCA, and the Hudson Valley Make-A-Wish Foundation are among his other charitable activities.

Bruce Beck NBC 4

Beck is working at NBC 4 where he works alongside other famous NBC 4 anchors and reporters including;

  1. David Ushery
  2. Adam Kuperstein
  3. Ray Villeda
  4. Maria LaRosa
  5. Mike Jackson
  6. Chris Miles
  7. Eun Yang
  8. Doug Kammerer
  9. Chuck Bell
  10. Michael Gargiulo
  11. Colleen Marshal
  12. Liz McGiffin
  13. Ben Gelber
  14. Bob Nunnally
  15. Dave Mazza
  16. Kristine Varkony
  17. Andrea Henderson
  18. Audrey Hasson
  19. Hattie Hawks
  20. Jennifer Bullock
  21. Brad Johansen
  22. Darlene Hill
  23. Monica Day
  24. Matt Barnes
  25. Kerry Charles
  26. Colleen Marshall
  27. Julie Carey
  28. Jim Handly
  29. Lauryn Ricketts
  30. Tracee Wilkins
  31. Leon Harris
  32. Amelia Draper
  33. Wendy Rieger
  34. Doreen Gentzler
  35. Aaron Gilchrist
  36. Pat Lawson

Bruce Beck Social Media Platforms

Beck is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He has over 31.5k followers on Twitter, over 10.8k followers on Instagram, and over 839 followers on Facebook.

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