Erik Kuselias

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Erik Kuselias

Erik Kuselias

Who is Erik Kuselias?

Erik Kuselias is a radio and television show host. Erik Kuselias is well known for his role on the morning drive Sports Radio show. Kuselias began his career as a lawyer for his own business before embarking on a new professional path as a television show host in 2007.

Kuselias is currently one of the most well-known radio show hosts. As a result, he has a staggering net worth of $6.5 million.

Education, Family, and Childhood

Erik Kuselias was born on March 18, 1963, in the United States of America, in Hamden, Connecticut.

Unfortunately, that is the only information about his family and early life that is known.

Despite this, our staff was able to gather information about his educational background.

Erik, for example, earned his bachelor’s degree from Brown University.

Kuselias was an all-state baseball player during his time at Brown.

He also had the opportunity to play with future MLB All-Stars Brad Ausmus, Mo Vaughn, and Jeff Bagwell.

Aside from that, the Connecticut native received his schooling at the University of Michigan Law School and Columbia University’s School of Journalism.

Erik, too, enrolled in a Ph.D. program in 1988.

Nationality & Body Measurements

Erik Kuselias has yet to reveal his date of birth, which is unfortunate.

As a result, we are unable to give you his specific age.

Kuselias, on the other hand, appears to be in his mid-50s based on his photographs.

Erik is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 65 kilograms.

He also has thick black hair and dark brown eyes to go along with it.

In terms of nationality, Kuselias was born in Hamden, Connecticut, which is located in New Haven County.

As a result, Erik’s nationality is American, and he is of white ethnicity.

Facts of Erik Kuselias

Full Name Erik Kuselias
Birth Date March 18, 1963
Birth Place Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A
Nick Name Not available
Religion Christian
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Education Michigan State Unversity
Horoscope (Zodiac) Pisces
Father’s Name Dominic Impemba
Mother’s Name Rose Impemba
Siblings Ralph Impemba
Age 59 years old
Height 5’10” (1.77 m)
Weight 171 lb (78 kg)
Shoe Size Not available
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Measurement Not available
Build Endomorph
Married Divorced
Girlfriend No
Spouse Kristen Kuselias (2001-2010), Holly Sonders(2011-2017)
Children Erik, Troy, and Jenna
Profession Play-by-Play Announcer
Affiliations Fox Sports, WXCL, KLAA, Boston Red Sox Radio Network
Salary $90,000-$150,000
Net Worth  $5 million
Social Media Twitter
Shoe Size  Not available
Last Update April 2022

Salary, Earnings, and Net Worth

Erik Kuselias has a whopping $6.5 million in net worth.

Erik has nearly 15 years of experience as a television and radio host. During that time, he worked for prestigious sports media companies such as ESPN, Golf Channel, and CNBC.

Erik makes $56,000 per year as a morning drive Sports Radio show host for Genesis Communications. Regrettably, the salaries from his previous jobs have yet to be revealed.

Furthermore, Erik has yet to reveal his total earnings. His physical assets, as well as his other splurges, have been kept hidden.

Early Career

Erik began his legal career with Goldblatt, Kuselias & Rashba, P.C., where he worked on numerous arbitration issues. After working for several years, Kuselias decided to make a complete 180-degree shift and pursue a career in the media.

Erik’s legal career began in college, and he is now a well-known person in the networking industry.

Erik then co-hosted the show “The Sports Brother” with his brother Chris, which premiered in 2003. Every week, for an hour, the show aired.


Similarly, the show was such a hit that ESPN engaged the Kuselias brothers to host a drive-time show in the afternoon.

By 2007, however, both siblings had quit the show, forcing the producers to rename it “SportsBash.”

Kuselias then joined NASCAR Now, an Emmy-nominated show, after departing the show in 2007. Erik’s stint was cut short after only a year, as Nicole Manske took over for the 2008 NASCAR season.

After that, he worked for ESPN Radio and also filled in for the primary hosts on “Mike and Mike in the Morning.” He was also the host of “Fantasy Football Now,” an Emmy Award-winning show.

Golf Channel

Erik began co-hosting Morning Drive on Golf Channel on January 3, 2011. In addition, he served as a studio host for CNBC’s coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Kuselias’ performances were also so impressive that NBC Sports, the parent company of Golf Channel, hired him to work for them.

Erik later worked for Genesis Communications in Florida, where he presented a morning drive show until 2016.

Erik has been a host for CBS Sports’ “Sportsline” and CBS Sports HQ since early 2018.

In addition, Sports Talk 1040 The Team in Tampa, WMOP in Ocala, WGGG in Gainesville, and Sports Talk 1080 The Team in Orlando broadcast his show live.

Aside from that, Kuselias runs a News Talk Radio Show on AM 1060 News in Melbourne and AM 820 News in Tampa.

NBC Sports

Kuselias was once sacked from NBC Sports because of his hidden agenda and ulterior intent. When he sought to land and his then-wife, Holly, into a better contract, NBC fired the Pro Football Talk Live presenter.

To give you an example, Fox Sports has been interested in Sonders for a long time. Taking advantage of the situation, Kuselias attempted to sell himself and his wife to Fox Sports as a “package deal.”

Erik Kuselias
Erik Kuselias reporting. Source: financialshot

However, Fox Sports declined the offer, and he returned to NBC to negotiate a new contract.

Indeed, NBC was dissatisfied with the current situation and the contract demands made by Kuselias.

As a result, he was dismissed from the team. To make matters worse, Kuselias just added to the complication.

Relationship Status

Erik Kuselias and his wife, Holly Sonders, unfortunately, divorced in 2017. In addition, the couple had been married for five years at the time. Troy is the couple’s only child.

While working at the Golf Channel, the two lovebirds met for the first time.

Holly was the best college golf player at the time, but due to an injury, her development was stunted. Despite that, she was rated as one of the most attractive golfers of all time.

Talking about Holly, just like her ex, she is also a famous sportscaster who has worked for Golf Channel and ESPN.

But, somewhere around 2016, Sonders caught Erik with Stephania Bell. Consequently, Holly filed for divorce, and they eventually got separated a year later.

Talking about his present days, interestingly, Kuselias is currently dating Stephania. Yes, folks, she is the same girl that Erik was caught red-handed.

Despite their oh-sweet-romance, Holly Sanders is not the first woman who tied the knot with Erik.

In fact, Holly is Erik’s second wife following his unsuccessful marriage with Kristen Kuselias.

Following on the matter, the 57 years old dated his former wife Kristen for a long time before making it official in 2010. They were married for almost a decade from 2001 to 2010.

However, their marriage did not last long, and it did not take long for the duo to part ways. But still, to this date, the reason behind their divorce has not been disclosed to the public.

Also, Kristen has strayed far from the media and their questionable remarks regarding her relationship with Erik.

Likewise, Erik has three children from his two marriages.

He has two sons named Erik and Troy, and a daughter named Jenna. But they do not appear much in public or on social media.

Controversies and Suspension

It is not a new matter that Emmy winner Erik was caught having an affair with another ESPN reporter, Stephania Bell.

Well, apparently, things did not go well with him and the network. Right after the controversy, Erik was removed from ESPN.

In fact, it was not the only reason behind his suspension. One of the female employees filed sexual allegations that caused him to lose his job.

During the Super Bowl Monday night football party, Kuselias drunkenly and very graphically harrassed the said employee verbally using derogatory terms.

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Social Media Presence

Similar to any other celebrities, Erik is also active on social media and especially on Twitter.

In his social media handle, Kuselias mainly advises on college football picks and fantasy football.

According to sources, the said sportscaster has not been active in his account quite often. The same is the case with his Facebook accounts, which are nowhere to be found at the moment.

Moreover, this has led the fans to believe Erik might be isolating himself from the public. Also, he might be wanting to avoid any issues regarding his failed marriages and sexual allegations.