Doug Gottlieb Net Worth, Family And Biography

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Doug Gottlieb Net Worth
Doug Gottlieb Net Worth

Doug Gottlieb  Net Worth $250,000

Popular Name:Doug Gottlieb
Real Name:Doug Gottlieb
Birth Date:January 15, 1976
Birth Place:
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Age:46
Gender:Male
Nationality:American
Height:185cm
Weight:N/A
Sexuality:Straight
Marital Status:Married
Spouse(s):
Angie Collier (m. 2000)
Children:3
Profession:Sports Analyst
Years active:N/A
Net Worth:$250,000
Last Updated:2022

 

Doug Gottlieb is an American basketball pundit and sports talk radio show host. Earlier on in his life, Gottlieb played professional basketball and also played NCAA collegiate basketball before that, twice leading the nation in assists.

At the current time, the sports analyst works for Fox Sports, CBS Sports, and Pac-12 Network after tenures with ESPN. Away from TV presenting, Doug has hosted multiple television shows including ‘The Doug Gottlieb Show, ‘Skip and Shannon: Undisputed’, ‘The Dan Patrick Show, and ‘Speak for Yourself.

Besides acting, he has also advanced his profile by serving as a writer for the popular television show ‘Lead Off’ in 2012. It’s now time for us to discuss in full detail, the life and career of this television and radio personality whose fame as well as his wealth has continued to increase significantly over the last 10 years or so.

To find out more intriguing facts about this man, join us as we take you through all that there is to know.

Doug Gottlieb’s Biography

He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States of America on January 15, 1976, and was raised in a family which loved sports, particularly basketball.

This could explain his passion for sports starting from a very young age. His father, Bob Gottlieb was a known basketball coach who had been in the game for a long time. His mother, Jane Gottlieb, was a massive basketball fan and she made sure her son watched a lot of games when he was growing up.

In the family, Doug Gottlieb has two older siblings, including a sister named Wendy, and a brother named Gregg who worked as an Oregon State assistant coach. Before his birth, the Gottlieb family had relocated to several places such as Kansas, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Omaha, Nebraska, and Manhattan before finally settling in Orange, California.

His father, Bob, was diagnosed with cancer in 2011, and sadly passed away due to complications from Melanoma in November 2014.

Gottlieb enrolled at Oklahoma State University in 1997 and graduated in 2000 having earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management.

Doug Gottlieb’s Career

Doug Gottlieb is a basketball pundit and sports talk radio show host. Earlier on in his life, Gottlieb played professional basketball and also played NCAA collegiate basketball before that, twice leading the nation in assists.

At the current time, the sports analyst works for Fox Sports, CBS Sports, and Pac-12 Network after tenures with ESPN.

After signing a letter of intent with Notre Dame, Doug became their starting point guard for the 1995–96 college basketball season. He started all but the first four games that season and led his team with 154 assists and also on steals and minutes played

. Gottlieb left Notre Dame following an incident where he illegally made away with the credit card of a classmate and used it to make multiple purchases. This evolved into a public scandal and resulted in extensive backlash.

He transferred away from Notre Dame as a result of the credit card fraud incident.

After graduating from college, Doug went undrafted in the National Basketball Association draft but was made the first pick of the Oklahoma Storm basketball team in the 2000 U.S.

Basketball League draft. He eventually took his basketball career overseas after delivering stellar performances in the United States. He played internationally at the pro level in France and Russia, before wrapping up his playing career with Maccabi Ra’anana in Israel.

After retiring from professional basketball, Doug Gottlieb took his career to a whole new level and started to work as a broadcaster

. Since 2002, he co-anchored a midday sports talk program locally known as “The Sports Animal” on Oklahoma City radio station WWLS 640 AM. He took the job in Oklahoma City only after getting a job calling college basketball events on ESPN and ESPN Regional. In addition, Doug also called Oklahoma State events for the Cowboy Basketball Network.

At the end of the 2002-2003 season, Doug Gottlieb made a surprising return to France to play for Claremont Ferrand. Upon returning stateside he co-anchored the NBA Draft on ESPN Radio and worked with the Minnesota Timberwolves Summer League team.

Broadcasting and playing basketball aside, Doug has hosted multiple television shows including ‘The Doug Gottlieb Show, ‘Skip and Shannon: Undisputed’, ‘The Dan Patrick Show, and ‘Speak for Yourself. Besides acting in movies and TV series himself, he has also boosted his resume by working as a scriptwriter for the popular television show ‘Lead Off’ in 2012.

Personal & Family

Gottlieb is a happily married man. Since August 2000, he has been married to his long-time friend and fellow Oklahoma State alum, Angie Collier.

He met the native of Drumright, Oklahoma in late 1998 when the two of them were pursuing different courses at Oklahoma State University. The couple is a proud mom and dad of three children.

When his father, Bob Gottlieb, died of cancer in 2014, Gottlieb announced his father’s death on the internet via social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

His announcement went viral in a short time and attracted tons of high school and college basketball teams who wore orange in tribute to the late Bob Gottlieb.

Doug’s sister, Wendy, is a known philanthropist who is currently engaged in charity work in Northern California. She formerly worked in marketing for the Oakland Raiders.

His brother, Gregg, is the longest-serving assistant in the Pac-12. He is presently on staff at Oregon State.

Awards & Achievements

Gottlieb became a state spokesman for the American Cancer Society in January 2016.

He was inducted into the Hall of Fame of Southern California Jewish Sports on June 26, 2011. Additionally, he is a member of the Board of Governors of the Oklahoma State University Foundation.

Doug Gottlieb Net Worth

Mr. Doug Gottlieb has a net worth of $250,000. His job as a sports analyst is his main source of income even though he has earned decent pay for being a part of several films and shows both as an actor and writer.

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