Dick Enberg - Famous Voice Actor

Dick Enberg Net Worth


Famous sportscaster Dick Enberg had a net worth of $16 million at the time of his passing. Known for his catch phrases and memorable broadcasting career, Enberg worked with notable sports events and teams, including the NFL, MLB, NBA, Olympic Games, and many more.

Key facts:

  • Dick Enberg was a renowned American sportscaster known for his catchphrases like "Oh, my!" and "Touch 'em all".
  • He started his career in 1965 when KTLA offered him a salary of $18,000 per year to be a sports caster, which was three times more than his previous job as a teacher.
  • Enberg gained recognition by calling UCLA basketball games during the era of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and coach John Wooden.
  • Throughout his career, Enberg broadcasted for various sports including NFL, MLB, NBA, college football and basketball, as well as prestigious events such as the US Open, the Wimbledon, and the French Open.
  • He called eight Super Bowls for the NFL on NBC and later joined CBS Sports in 200 to cover the NFL, college basketball, and the US Open. He also worked for ESPN starting from 2004, primarily covering tennis.

Basic Information About Dick Enberg

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Authors
ProfessionsSports commentator, Announcer, Actor, Voice Actor
Net worth$16,000,000
Date of birth1935-01-09
Place of birthMount Clemens
Date of death2017-12-21 (aged 82)
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseBarbara Hedbring - (7 MayΒ 1983 - 21 DecemberΒ 2017)Β (his death)Β (3 children)
Jeri Taylor - (19 SeptemberΒ 1959 - 1975)Β (divorced)Β (3 children)
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What Movie Awards did Dick Enberg win?


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Dick Enberg roles

Movie / Series Role
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!The Baseball Announcer
RollerballPregame Announcer (uncredited)
Heaven Can WaitTV Interviewer
The King of QueensDick Enberg 1 episode, 2001
Kolchak: The Night StalkerRadio announcer (uncredited) unknown episodes
CSI: NYSelf 1 episode, 2006
WWE Monday Night RAWSelf 1 episode, 1994
PitchDick Enberg 7 episodes, 2016
Emergency!Talk Show Host (uncredited) unknown episodes
Dan AugustBoxing Announcer 1 episode, 1971
The Mod SquadSelf 1 episode, 1971

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Interesting Facts about Dick Enberg

  1. Recipient of the Pete Rozelle Award (which rewards exceptional longtime contributions to radio and TV in pro football) in 1999.
  2. Sports broadcaster for NBC Sports (1975-2000).
  3. After every California Angels victory, Enberg would say "And the halo shines tonight."
  4. After any big play, he exclaims "Oh, my!"
  5. Recipient of the Curt Gowdy Award (awarded to members of the electronic and print media for outstanding contributions to basketball) in 1995.
  6. Is a member of the fraternity Phi Sigma Kappa.
  7. Father of two sons and a daughter from his first marriage: Alexander Enberg, Andrew Enberg and Jennifer Enberg (who passed away from ovarian cancer on May 27, 2015 at the age of 52).
  8. Ranked #10 by the American Sportscasters Association in its list of the Top 50 Sportscasters of All-Time (January 2009).
  9. Third year calling play-by-play for CBS Sports' coverage of NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. [2002]
  10. Father of a son and two daughters from his second marriage: Ted Enberg, Nicole Enberg Vaz, and Emily Packer.
  11. He lost a brother, a sister, and a daughter to cancer (the former to pancreatic cancer and the latter two from ovarian cancer). He nearly lost his son Alexander to a brain hemorrhage/stroke in May 2013.
  12. Inducted into the West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame in 2017.

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  • Date taken: 1969

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