Roberto Abramowitz is an American journalist. He currently serves as a bilingual analyst for ESPN International and ESPN Deportes.

Short Biography

While Abramowitz’s current age is not known, he was born in New York City, New York. Roberto spent his early years in Mexico City, Mexico, with his family.

Roberto Abramowitz

He graduated from Brooklyn College, a part of the City University of New York, with a major in radio and television and a minor in journalism, in 1980.

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What is Roberto Abramowitz’s net worth? 

Abramowitz’s net worth is estimated at $1 million. He has spent over 30 years as a journalist. Roberto joined ESPN in 1994 and currently serves as an analyst for ESPN International’s Sunday Night Football.

He also provides play-by-play and analysis for NBA, WNBA, soccer, college football, basketball, baseball, and softball in both English and Spanish. Additionally, Roberto is a substitute host of ESPN Deportes’ Cronómetro and a guest host of ESPN Deportes’ Fútbol Picante and ESPN’s SportsCenter.

Roberto Abramowitz

Moreover, he has served as the founding editor-in-chief of and play-by-play/ analyst for NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football. From 1986 to 1987, Roberto appeared as the co-host of a rock-and-roll radio show called W Tops on WFM, Mexico’s number one radio station during the 80s.

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Wife & Children

Roberto is happily married. He and his wife, Brenda Abramowitz, has a son, Eddie Abramowitz, born in 2006. The family currently resides in Washington Heights.

Roberto Abramowitz

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Abramowitz joined Twitter in July 2015 and currently has 14.4k followers. You can follow him on Twitter at @RobAbramowitz. Moreover, he is also active on Instagram. His Instagram handle is @robertoabramowitz.