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Neil Everett Biography | Wikipedia

American sportscaster Neil Everett Morfitt goes by his full name. He presently works for ESPN as a sportscaster. Neil is well recognized for co-anchoring SportsCenter’s West Coast edition with Stan Verrett.

He started his radio career at Florence, Oregon Coast’s KCST-FM. Neil, however, decided to take a sabbatical from the media industry and relocated to Hawaii, where he spent fifteen years working as a sports administrator at Hawaii Pacific University.

Neil submitted a letter to the editor while still a senior in high school. The letter challenged a review of Madonna’s latest line of nose rings written by a Tokyo music writer.

Neil Everett Age | Birthday

How old is Neil Everett? In Portland, Oregon, in the United States of America, he was born in 1962. Neil is a 61-year-old man.

Neil Everett Nationality | Ethnicity

Neil holds American nationality and citizenship. He is of white ethnicity and heritage. He was born in Portland, Oregon, in the United States of America.

Neil Everett Education

He attended Lewis and Clark High School. Neil started for the varsity football and basketball teams when he was there.

Later, he enrolled at Salem’s Willamette University before transferring to Eugene’s University of Oregon. In 1984, he graduated from there with a bachelor of science in journalism.

Neil Everett Family | Parents

He was raised in Spokane, Washington. After losing her battle with cancer, his mother Jackie Everett, a high school teacher, passed away at the age of 45.

To honor his beautiful mother, Neil decided to use his middle name as his professional surname. Neil was given into Dave Robertson’s care after his mother passed away.

At Shadle Park, Dave coached the varsity basketball team. In 1981, when he won the state championship, Mark Rypien, a math instructor, coached him on the court. Additionally, Dave went on to coach at Gonzaga Prep.


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Neil Everett Height | Weight | Body Measurements

How tall is Neil Everett? He is a taller-than-average man. Neil is 1.8 meters (5 feet 11 inches) tall. He also manages to maintain an average body weight of 58kg. More details regarding his other body measurements are under review. You will be updated once is clear.

Neil Everett Marriage | Wife

Is Neil Everett married? He is already married. Stephanie Krohn, Neil’s lifelong partner, was married to him. After dating for five wonderful years, the couple exchanged vows on July 18, 2013.

Despite the fact that they both attended the same university and received degrees there, their close bond only developed after they met at the Tiger Woods Center’s fundraising event.

Neil Everett Salary

He mostly makes money from his role as an ESPN sportscaster. Neil’s annual pay is, on average, $72,452.

Everett Net Worth

From his work as a journalist, he has amassed a respectable fortune. An estimated $897,556 is Neil’s net worth.

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Neil Everett ESPN

In July 2000, he started working for ESPN as SportsCenter and ESPNEWS’s anchor. Before that, beginning in March 2009, Neil worked for the new Los Angeles Production Facility of the business. He and Stan Verrett co-hosted SportsCenter at one in the morning ET while he was there.

After spending 15 years at several affiliates in Honolulu, Neil joined ESPN. He was employed by CBS affiliate KGMB-TV. He was there to anchor the daily newscasts and serve as the sports director.

Neil transitioned from working behind the scenes as an editor and producer to being in front of the camera during the course of those 15 years.

Before being given the opportunity to serve as a sports anchor on the weekends when the usual sports anchors were off duty, he worked as an assignment editor and an assistant producer.

Nail worked as Hawaii Pacific University’s associate athletic director and director of sports information before beginning his career in television reporting. He worked as the Jeep Aloha and Jeep Oahu bowls’ director of communications.

What happened to Neil Everett?

Everett has anchored for ESPNEWS and SportsCenter on the west coast for the past 20 years. Don’t worry, SC lovers; he will continue to host the late-night program and manage the 2021–2022 season of Rip City.