Jack Edwards Biography, Career, Family, Spouse, and Net Worth

Who is Jack Edwards?

Jack Edwards is a well-known American professional sports commentator. Edwards has provided play-by-play commentary for Boston Bruins games on NESN television since 2005.

He has worked for ESPN as an anchor for their sports news show SportsCenter, and a play-by-play commentator for their NHL, MLS, Little League Baseball, and 2002 FIFA World Cup broadcasts from 1991 to 2003. Jack also provided commentary for the Konami game MLS Extra Time 2002.

How old is Jack Edwards?

Jack Edwards is aged 66 years as of 2022, having been born on March 24, 1957, in Illinois, United States. He shares his birthdate with famous people such as Damar Hamlin, Jack Johnson, Peyton Manning, Luke Nelson, The Undertaker, Jim Parsons, Kelly LeBrock, Tommy Hilfiger, Jason Dufner, and many more.

Jack Edwards Family

Who are Jack Edwards’s parents?

Edwards was born in Illinois to his parents and brought up in Durham, New Hampshire. He has not mentioned or disclosed information about his family and parents to the media.

Does Jack Edwards have siblings?

With his family’s information unknown to the media, it is unclear if he has any siblings.

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Jack Edwards Photo

Jack Edwards Education

Edwards attended Oyster River High School, where he graduated. He then joined the University of New Hampshire, where he graduated and began his career.

Jack Edwards Spouse

Edwards has been married to his loving wife Lisa Kraus for many years. The couple currently lives in Simsbury, Connecticut.

Jack Edwards Children

Edwards has been married for some time now but does not have any children of his own to date.

Jack Edwards Measurements

Edwards has a well-built, energetic, and physically fit body adding up to a height of 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m) and an undisclosed weight.

Jack Edwards Career

Jack began as a play-by-play announcer for the University of New Hampshire hockey team. He moved on to play-by-play and sports anchor roles at WGIR radio and WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire. In the early 1980s, Edwards served as a talk radio host for WRKO in Boston and as a weekend anchor at WJAR-TV in Providence. Jack then moved to a sports reporter role at WCVB-TV in Boston. While at WCVB-TV, he served as a freelance play-by-play announcer for ESPN.

Among the events he called were the Frozen Four and Davis Cup finals. Edwards also worked as a reporter for ABC’s coverage of alpine skiing at the 1988 Winter Olympics. He became the weekend sports anchor for Boston’s WNEV-TV/WHDH-TV in 1988. While working for the then CBS affiliate, he called some events for the network such as the US Open and the 1991 Olympic Winterfest.

Jack Edwards ESPN

Edwards joined ESPN as a SportsCenter anchor and reporter in 1991. He also announced Little League baseball from 1995 to 2022, the X Games in 1996, ESPN National Hockey Night from 1999 to 2003, and soccer including coverage of the 2002 FIFA World Cup.


Jack joined College Sports Television, a newly launched specialty cable sports channel in 2003. He also became a play-by-play announcer for Chicago Fire soccer broadcasts on Fox Sports Net Chicago.

Jack Edwards Boston Bruins

He then started calling Boston Bruins games in the 2005-06 NHL season for NESN. He handled the road games while Dale Arnold covered the home games. At the beginning of the 2007-08 NHL season, he started calling all Bruins games and has been the team’s local play-by-play commentator since then. Edwards earned a 2011 Stanley Cup Championship ring for his play-by-play work with the Bruins.

Jack Edwards Net Worth

American sports commentator, Edwards has been active in his career from the 1908s to the present. He works for NESN and earns an annual salary of $70,486. He has garnered an estimated net worth of approximately $5 million as of 2023.

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