|Full Name||Erik Kuselias|
|Birth Name||Erik Kuselias|
|Profession||Television and radio journalist|
|Birth City||Hamden, Connecticut|
|Relation With||Stephania Bell|
|No Of Children||1|
|Sibilings||Christopher J. Kuselias|
|Education||University of Michigan Law School, Brown University, Columbia University|
Erik Kuselias is a famous American television and radio host who is currently working as a co-host of the program, Profootballtalk, for NBC Sports. Previously, he worked for the sports channel, ESPN.
Erik Kuselias was born in Hamden, Connecticut and raised alongside his brother Christopher J. Kuselias (television host who initially worked with Erik in ESPN).
Talking about his education, he enrolled at Brown University and the University of Michigan Law School. He has also completed a Ph. D program in 1998 from Columbia University.
He developed an interest in baseball since a young time and started taking the training. During his college and university days, he was an all-state baseball player.
After several years of a dating relationship, Erik tied the knot with Holly Sonders in 2012. His wife is an American sportscaster.
Together, the pair welcomed son Troy Kuseilas. After enjoying four years of marital life, in 2016, Holly filed for the divorce against Erik, which got finalized in 2017. Erick's flirty behaviour with other ladies was mentioned as the reason behind their separation.
Following the divorce, Erik is in a dating relationship with journalist Stephania Bell.
Erik was suspended from ESPN after he misbehaved with a female employee saying, "I want to f*** you" at a Super Bowl Monday night football party.
American professional sports broadcaster Erik Kuselias's net worth is $6.5 million net worth as of 2020. His net worth is possible from his longtime contribution as a sportscaster in several popular channels such as NASCAR Now, Sports Bash, ESPN Radio, and ESPN.com.
While working at Sports Talk 1040 Orlando, he got paid around $400 thousand per annum. Similarly, journalists are supposed to get paid about $56,817 per year, so he also might be getting paid in the same range.
Erik Kuselias started his career back in 2007 alongside his brother Chris in the show, The Sports Brothers. Soon after that, he was hired by NASCAR Now on February 5th, 2007, but in 2008, Nicole Manske replaced him.
During his career, Kueseilas has also been a host of Mike and Mike in The Morning, The Erik Kuseilas Show, Fantasy Football Show, and Freaking Fantasy.
He has also appeared as the co-host of the Morning Drive Show on Golf Channel. Likewise, he was also a part of CNBC's Stanley Cup Playoffs Coverage.
At the moment, Erik is a radio show host at Genesis Communications Sports Radio in Florida, which broadcasts on many radio channels such as Sports Talk 1040, Sports Talk 1080, Gainesville WGGG, and so on. Besides, he also hosts a news talk show on AM 820 News and AM 1060.