Damon Bruce Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth 95.7 The Game

Damon Bruce is a sports radio host in the United States. Currently, he and Ray Ratto co-host the Damon and Ratto Show on San Francisco, California’s KGMZ-FM “95.7 the Game.” He began his radio broadcasting career in the late 1990s by serving as a producer with KNBR situated in San Francisco.

Eventually, the journalist hosted Sports Overnight America before becoming a correspondent for ESPN Radio and Sporting News Radio. He returned to KNBR 680 in 2005 after working in Columbus, Ohio, and Fort Wayne, Indiana. He hosted Sportsphone 680 on KNBR 680. From 2010 until 2014, the journalist also presented an afternoon conversation program on KNBR’s sister station, KTCT “KNBR 1050.”

He also presented pre- and post-game broadcasts for KNBR, covering both San Francisco 49ers and San Francisco Giants games. He temporarily worked for CBS Sports Radio in 2013. He became the daily late afternoon host of 95.7 the Game at the end of March 2014.

Damon Bruce Age

Damon Bruce was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America on March 25, 1975. She is 46 years old.

Damon Bruce Height

Damon sands at a height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83m tall.

Damon Bruce Family

On March 25, 1975, Damon was born to his father and mother in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. He was raised in Schenectady, New York, but little is known about his family.

Damon Bruce Wife

Damon is married to Gillian Madill, the love of his life. Jack and Oscar “Ozzy” Raymond Bruce are the couple’s two kids. Oscar was born on August 22, 2021, weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces.

Damon Bruce Education

Damon first attended Linton High School before moving to Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons High School in Schenectady, from which he received his diploma in 1993. He then spent a year at Iona College before moving to Indiana University Bloomington. In 1997, he graduated from this university with a degree in broadcasting.

Damon Bruce Salary

Damon earns an annual salary of $72,593.

Damon Bruce’s Net Worth

Damon has an approximate net worth of $2 million.

Damon Bruce Career

Before leaving San Francisco’s KNBR 680 in 2000 to work as a host on Sports Overnight America, he was a producer at that station. Before taking over as a host for Fox Sports Radio and Sporting News Radio, he first served as an anchor-reporter for ESPN Radio and ESPN International. On Columbus, Ohio sports station 1460 the Fan, Damon, and Kirk Herbstreit co-hosted a show called The Big Show during the afternoon drive time until December 2004.

In March 2005, the journalist took over as morning announcer at Fort Wayne, Indiana-based news/talk station WOWO. He returned to KNBR in October 2005 as the host of the evening shows Sportsphone 680. He returned to KNBR in October 2005 as the host of the evening shows Sportsphone 680. In 2013, he presented Eye on Baseball on the CBS Sports Radio Network, which debuted on April 20 and aired on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon (Eastern).

From noon to 2 p.m., the national version of The Damon Bruce Show aired. The two performances terminated in August 2013. He returned to CBS Sports Radio in January 2014, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. (Eastern). He did, however, leave CBS Sports Radio after departing KTCT, a CBS Sports Radio station. He currently co-hosts a podcast called Damon and Ratto with Ray Ratto on weekdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

He left SportsPhone 680 to host the noon-3 p.m. show. He returned to KNBR 680 in 2011 for a few weeks, co-hosting the 9 a.m. to noon show with Gary Radnich. After a month, he returned to his show on 1050. Larry Krueger, a former SportsPhone680 host, began co-hosting with Gary. On his current show, he comments on Bay Area and national sports and interviews journalists, athletes, and coaches.

His postseason press privileges were removed by the San Francisco Giants during their championship season in 2012. The Giants were furious after he tweeted photos of ladies in T-shirts soaked in champagne during a clubhouse party after they won their division.

He went on an eight-minute rant in November 2013, accusing women of being overrepresented in sports media. Among other things, he had a debate encouraging public criticism of suspected Richie Incognito, a Miami Dolphins football player accused of harassing his teammate Jonathan Martin.

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