Vic Jacobs Biography and Wiki
Victor Jacobs, popularly known as Vic “The Brick” Jacobs, is an American radio and television sportscaster famously recognized as a former co-host of The Loose Cannons, a sports radio talk airing nationally on Fox Sports Radio. His eccentric behavior, like wearing fur caps and robes, and writing Lakers haiku poems to read on-air distinguishes him from the rest making him noticeable.
Vic Jacobs Age and Birthday
Jacobs was born on December 12, 1952, in Queens, New York, United States of America. He is 68 years old as of 2021. His birth sign is Sagittarius.
Vic Jacobs Height
Jacobs is of average stature, He stands at an estimated 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m ) with moderate weight.
Vic Jacobs Education
Jacobs attended Cornell University, a private Ivy League statutory land-grant research university in Ithaca, New York, where he pursued broadcast journalism.
Vic Jacobs Family, Parents, Siblings
Attempts to establish his parents’ identities were in vain since no record of his relationships is available to the public. Vic grew up in Queens, New York alongside his two older siblings named Priscilla and Barnet. However, Jacobs is of Hungarian Jewish descent. Further details concerning his family will be updated soon when revealed.
Vic Jacobs Wife, Is He Married?
Moving on to her marital affairs, the famed television personality is happily married to his loving beautiful wife, Yuko Sakamoto. The romantic duo has been hitched for over 18 years. The became espoused in a private wedding ceremony attended by family members and close friends.
Vic Jacobs Salary
According to FOX estimates, Jacobs receives an average annual salary ranging from $27,300 to $77,500. His contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Vic Jacobs Net Worth
Vic Jacobs has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2021. This amount is from his extensive career as a journalist among other investments.
Vic Jacobs FOX Sports
Fox Sports is the brand name for a number of sports channels, broadcast divisions, programming, and other media around the world, owned by Fox Broadcasting Company. He kicked off his career in Guam, in 1979. He worked at Western Albemarle High School in Crozet, Virginia where he announced games for the Warriors.
Jacobs later moved to KCOP-TV in 1988, where he was the station’s sports Anchor. He then launched the new sports-talk format at KIIS’s AM sister station, the newly renamed KXTA (1150 AM, now KEIB) based on the popular XTRA Sports 690 in San Diego.
Vic was notably inducted into the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.