Steve Garagiola Biography and Wiki
Steve Garagiola (b. Dec 15) is an American journalist working as a reporter and news anchor. Garagiola regularly appears at 6/11 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Steve previously reported sports at KTSP- TV in Phoenix as well as at WXYZ-TV in Detriot from 1980 to 1989.
Steve Garagiola Age and Birthday
Steve was born on December 15th, in St. Louis, the United States of America. he celebrates his birthday on December 15th every year. His birth sign is Sagittarius. His age and year of birth will be updated when available.
Steve Garagiola Height
Garagiola stands at an average height and stature. His actual height details will be updated soon when revealed to the public.
Steve Garagiola Education
Steve attended the University of Notre Dame where he graduated with a degree in business, marketing, and management.
Steve Garagiola Family, Parents
Garagiola is the proud son of Joe Garagiola Sr. and Audrie Rose Garagiola. His father was the Hall of Fame sportscaster and former major league catcher. He was also an American professional baseball catcher, later an announcer and television host.
Joe Garagiola Sr passed away on March 23rd, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. The Hall of Fame died when at 90 years old.
Steve Garagiola Siblings
Steve was raised in St. Louis alongside his two siblings, Joe Garagiola Jr who is is the Special Advisor to Arizona Diamondbacks President & CEO Derrick Hall, and formerly the Senior Vice President of Standards and On-field Operations for Major League Baseball. His sister Gina Garagiola is a reporter.
Steve Garagiola Wife, Is He Marrried?
Steve is a married man blessed with a child, however, he is a very private person since no information about his wife and child is available to the public. We are keeping tabs and we will update his wife and child details soon when available.
Steve Garagiola Net Worth
Steve Garagiola has an estimated net worth ranging from $300k to $700k as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as a journalist.
Steve Garagiola WDIV
Garagiola joined the WDIV team in 1995 as a sportscaster. A year later, he was sent to Atlanta to cover the Olympics. When that bomb went off in Centennial Park he suddenly jumped from sports to news. He spent eight years at Channel 7 covering sports. He went to the Rosebowl with Michigan and Michigan State almost went to the playoffs covering the Lions.