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Joe Tessitore was born on 1 January, 1971 in Schenectady, New York, United States, is a Sportscaster. Discover Joe Tessitore’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

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Occupation Sportscaster
Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 1 January 1971
Birthday 1 January
Birthplace Schenectady, New York, United States
Nationality United States

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Joe Tessitore Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million – $5 Million
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Though not all reviews of Tessitore’s announcing, especially on MNF, has been positive. John Teti has written that, “Tessitore is a merchant of schmaltz…Clichés are a given in football announcing, but few commentators imbue NFL banalities with the portentous sentimentality that Tessitore brings to bear.” While The Guardian reported that, “Tessitore sounds like a condescending try-hard.” The unpopularity of Tessitore and McFarland by viewers and critics alike led to their removal from Monday Night Football before the 2020 season.


Tessitore spent many years anchoring ABC/ESPN Horse Racing presentations including The Belmont Stakes and The Breeders’ Cup World Championships. In 2008, he was the leading the ABC broadcast team when undefeated colt Big Brown failed to win horse racing’s Triple Crown. In 2015, he was trackside anchoring Sportscenter’s weeklong coverage of American Pharoah’s history making win. Tessitore also was ESPN’s host/anchor when famed race horse Zenyatta’s unbeaten streak was stopped. The champion filly was defeated in the Breeders’ Cup Classic.

For five years, Tessitore was the host of ESPN’s live New Year’s Eve specials, including RedBull New Year, No Limits, and the debut of ESPN’s Year of the Quarterback.

Starting in 2019, Tessitore became the head play-by-play commentator for ABC’s Holey Moley.


In 2017, he became the co-host of ABC’s Battle of the Network Stars, a reboot of the Howard Cosell led celebrity classic from the 1970s and 80s.


Previous to joining Monday Night Football, Tessitore was the lead play-by-play broadcaster for ESPN’s Saturday Night College Football Primetime Game and the College Football Playoff. He appeared in the booth alongside veteran broadcaster Todd Blackledge as part of ESPN’s coverage of college football. Tessitore, with his primetime crew, were honored for their work including being chosen by Sports Illustrated as the 2016 Broadcast Team of the Year.


Tessitore’s broadcasting career began at KXAS-TV, an NBC affiliate in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. In 1994, he briefly moved to WRGB (CBS) in Albany, New York before joining WFSB (CBS) in Hartford, Connecticut in 1995. Tessitore took over the primary sports anchor role in 1997.


Tessitore has become a sports fan favorite through the years with his distinctive style, commanding voice and penchant for thrilling moments to materialize during his broadcasts. National media and sports writers have dubbed it “the Tess effect,” as social media buzzes when Tessitore is calling a big game or live event. In August 2012, he was the subject of an extensive feature story titled, “Tessitore becoming major voice of college football, one upset at a time”, written by Stewart Mandel.


Tessitore has produced documentaries for ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 series. In 2011, he was the executive producer of the ESPN Film Roll Tide, War Eagle. In 2012, he was the consulting producer on ESPN’s 30 for 30 featuring Bo Jackson.


Tessitore has been honored for his on-air work. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch has twice named him a finalist for Sports Media Person of the Year. On January 18, 2010, he accepted an Eclipse Award on behalf of his ESPN production team for their Belmont Stakes broadcast on ABC. On June 4, 2010, the Boxing Writers of America presented Tessitore with the prestigious Sam Taub award for Broadcast Excellence. The Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame included Tessitore in their 2010 class of inductees.


Since 2004, Tessitore has been the voice for the top selling Fight Night video game series produced by EA Sports. He also played himself in three national commercials for Dr. Pepper which aired extensively through fall of 2016 and winter of 2017. Tessitore’s distinct voice-over work has been used in several feature films, including Annapolis, The Breakup, plus numerous TV programs. He has also appeared in the TV drama The Dead Zone acting as himself in an episode.


In February 2002, Tessitore began calling boxing on ESPN as part of Tuesday Night Fights and Friday Night Fights. Soon to follow, he was appearing on ESPN College Football and college basketball broadcasts. In addition to his regular duties of football, horse racing and fights Joe has covered a wide array of sporting events for ESPN and is also a featured contributor for Along with Monday Night Football he was also the lead broadcaster for college basketball’s Super Tuesday on ESPN, and the SEC Basketball Tournament, where he was paired with Dick Vitale and Sean Farnham. Tessitore is widely regarded as one of the most versatile broadcasters at the network.


Tessitore graduated from the Boston College Carroll School of Management in 1993. He completed his college preparatory studies at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany, N.Y.


Joseph William Tessitore (born 1971) is an American sportscaster for ABC and ESPN. He leads ESPN’s world championship fight broadcasts as the blow-by-blow broadcaster for Top Rank Boxing on ESPN, and serves as a host for Holey Moley on ABC alongside comedian Rob Riggle and NBA star Stephen Curry. In 2018 and 2019, Tessitore was also the play-by-play broadcaster of Monday Night Football, alongside Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten in 2018 and analyst Booger McFarland in 2019.