Who is Colleen Wolfe?
Colleen Wolfe, born on the 3rd of January 1985, is an American sports reporter and anchor, who became famous as one of the hosts at the National Football League Network. She is married to John Gonzalez, a fellow television personality and sports presenter for the Inquirer Sports.
Colleen Wolfe’s Early Life
Wolfe was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; her father was a Flight Instructor and her mother a homemaker. Although Colleen apparently had a great childhood, her parents eventually divorced, which meant that her mother had to find a job. Not much other information is available regarding her family and her early educational years. By the time she reached college, Wolfe chose to attend Drexel University from where she graduated with a degree in Corporate Communications. Although it was said that she was initially inspired by her father and wanted to become a pilot, she decided to take a different path.
Colleen Wolfe’s Career
Right after graduating, Wolfe immediately joined the media world, firstly at a radio station called WIP in Philadelphia where she worked at the network’s morning shows, where she was trained in editing, shooting, producing, and becoming an analyst. It was also during this time that she joined a protest demanding earnings due, orchestrated by Terrell Owens. Her early years in the industry helped establish her career, as well as her net worth.
— Colleen Wolfe (@ColleenWolfe) October 6, 2018
Wolfe then moved to CN8 working as an anchor, then to Comcast SportsNet Organization where she was a producer as well as an on-air-personality. Later she also worked at FOX 29 in Philadelphia as a sports reporter, and after that she moved to PHL17 where she became a producer working on “Phil’s Postgame.” Her work in various networks also helped train her in her career, and significantly increased her wealth. Wolfe finally received her big break when she landed a job at the National Football League Network working as one of their hosts. She has now been with the NFL Network since 2014, covering various games and interviewing hundreds of personalities. Her time at the NFL network not only catapulted her career to new heights, but also made a huge impact on her net worth.
Colleen Wolfe Going Viral
Part of Wolfe’s job in front of the camera sometimes involves embarrassing and awkward situations, one of which was when NFL player Marshawn Lynch interrupted Wolfe and his former teammate Michael Robinson during an interview at the NFL Network. After crashing the interview, Wolfe proceeded with asking Lynch some questions, one of which is about his new soul food restaurant. Lynch invited Wolfe to visit the restaurant and make it their first date, only realizing a little later upon seeing her finger with a wedding ring on it that the reporter was already married. The interview went viral and attracted 1.5 million viewers on Twitter.
7 years. ❤️ Never forget the world’s largest boutonniere. pic.twitter.com/B8JCcCODHI
— Colleen Wolfe (@ColleenWolfe) September 4, 2018
Another “viral” moment for Wolfe happened in February 2018 when she was caught spitting some rhymes of Cardi B’s hit song “Bodak Yellow”, which happened during an NFL Network break while she was covering the Super Bowl LII parade, not knowing she was still being filmed. Despite these mishaps, Wolfe only made her more relaxed and well-loved by her fans.
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Colleen Wolfe’s Body Measurement
In terms of her body measurement, Wolfe is 5ft 9ins (1.75 m.) tall, and weighs 143lbs. (65 kgs). She is also known for her blonde hair and blue eyes.
Colleen Wolfe’s Net Worth
As of late 2018 and based on authoritative sources, Wolfe’s net worth is reported to be over $500,000, acquire from her years working in the world of media, focusing on the world of sports.
Colleen Wolfe’s Personal Life
In terms of her personal life, Wolfe is married to John Gonzales, also a television personality who works as a sports presenter at the Inquirer Sports and 97.5 talk show, and is a contributor at The Ringer. Wolfe and Gonzales started dating in 2006, and tied the knot in 2010. They don’t have any children.