Polly Brennaman

Polly Brennaman Age, Net Worth & All Biography - Updated Dec 2022

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Birthplace
Scottdale, USA

Polly Brennaman is an American personality who came into the limelight after being the wife of Thom Brennaman. Thom is a popular sportscaster for CBS radio and Fox Sports net cable.

Early life and Childhood

Polly Brennaman’s birthdate is on 27th December 1972 and her birthplace is Scottdale, Arizona, USA. Her current age must be 49 years and her sun sign is Sagittarius. Likewise, she holds an American nationality and is of Caucasian ethnicity. Also, Brennaman follows the Christian religion. The name of her mother is Martha Lewis Rassi whereas the name of her father is still missing. She also has a sister and her name is Kara Rassi Arnaudy. For their studies, she attended a high school in Scottdale. Then, she went to a government college for further education.

Career and Professional Life

The celebrity wife’s popularity came just because of her marital relationship with her husband, Thom Brennaman. Talking about her career, Polly Brennaman is a housewife and has been handling her family very well. The celebrity wife has been always busy taking care of their family and fulfilling their needs as well. Apart from this, there is no more information if she was doing any work in her past days. In addition, the couple sometimes serves the helpless people of society.

Her husband’s career

Thom Brennaman is a TV sportscaster who works as a FOX NFL commentary announcer together with an analyst, Chris Spielman, and reporter, Shannon Spake. Brennaman even manages FOX Sports Ohio’s commentary character for Cincinnati Reds games. After attending FOX Sports in the year 1994, Brennaman got along with previous Cincinnati Bengals All-Pro offensive lineman Anthony Muñoz to form 1 of FOX Sports’ 6 original NFL broadcast teams. Thom called MLB on FOX games from the year 1996 to 2014. He also worked as a commentary announcer for the Emmy Award-winning FOX SATURDAY BASEBALL GAME OF THE WEEK for some years.

Thom for years called Reds games on WLW-AM, the Cincinnati Reds’ flagship radio network, together with his dad, Hall of Fame transmit Marty Brennaman, and also choose TV games on FSN Ohio. He managed FOX Sports’ lead commentary duties for the Bowl Championship Series in the year 2006 and called college football games for FOX and the Big Ten from the year 2007 to 2010. It adds every 3 BCS National Championship Games from 2007 to 2009. Thom Brennaman even called the Cotton Bowl on FOX from 2000 to 2006. Then, he got along with analyst Charles Davis in the year 2016 and 2015, after serving together with David Diehl in the year 2014 and Brian Billick in the year 2013, for FOX NFL games.

Some more about his career

The sportscaster worked as the commentary voice of the Arizona Diamondbacks for a year. Likewise, he also worked as the team’s Director of Broadcasting from the year 1995 to 1997, before quitting at the end of the 2006 season to get along with his dad in the broadcast booth. From the year 1990 to 1995, Thom served for WGN television and Radio in Chicago, managing Chicago Cubs commentary duties. When he was in Chicago, Thom had the power of dividing the same booth with late legend Harry Caray and some of the previous players. Thom called commentary for the Cincinnati Reds from 1988 to 1989 early in his career, serving together with Hall-of-Famer Johnny Bench.

After college graduation, he spent 4 years as a weekend TV anchor for WLWT television, the NBC affiliate in Cincinnati, and a year as a morning-drive sports reporter for WLW Radio in Cincinnati. Being a reporter, Thom sheltered the Cincinnati Bengals at the time of their memorable Super Bowl XXIII last-2nd defeat to the San Francisco 49ers, and also the University of Cincinnati’s trip to the NCAA Final Four in 1992. Thom Brennaman completed his studies at Anderson High School in Cincinnati in the year 1982. Also, he graduated from Ohio University in the year 1986, where his position was as president of the Beta Kappa Chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.

Gay Comment and his Apology

Thom Brennaman utilized a homophobic mumble at the time of the broadcast of Cincinnati’s game in opposition to the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday, 19th August 2020. Also, he was captured on a hot mic saying,

“one of the f-g capitals of the world”. Thom then apologized on Wednesday night on 19th August 2020 for the atmosphere after his homophobic mumble was reported to Fox Sports Ohio viewers from a hot mic. He said: “I made a comment earlier tonight that I guess went out over the air that I am deeply ashamed of … I pride myself and think of myself as a man of faith. I don’t know if I’ll be putting on this headset again. I’m very, very sorry and beg for your forgiveness”.

Thom even added another apology on Thursday morning on 20th August 2020. He said: “I would like to sincerely apologize for the inappropriate comments I made during (Wednesday) night’s telecast. I made a terrible mistake. To the LGBTQ community, and all people I have hurt or offended, from the bottom of my heart, I am truly sorry. I respectfully ask for your grace and forgiveness”.

His suspension

The Sportscaster was suspended after he did everything mentioned above. The Cincinnati Reds then declared an official statement about the incident, saying, “The Cincinnati Reds organization is devastated by the horrific, homophobic remark made this evening by broadcaster Thom Brennaman. He was pulled off the air, and effective immediately was suspended from doing Reds broadcasts. We will be addressing our broadcasting team in the coming days. In no way does this incident represent our players, coaches, organization, or our fans. We share our sincerest apologies to the LGBTQ+ community in Cincinnati, Kansas City, all across this country, and beyond. The Reds embrace a zero-tolerance policy for bias or discrimination of any kind, and we are truly sorry to anyone who has been offended”.

Polly Brennaman

Caption: Polly Brennaman with her husband at an event (Source: Aussie Celebs)

Polly Brennaman – Net Worth 2022

According to some sources, the celebrity wife has a net worth of $100,000. However, Polly Brennaman’s profession has not been out to this day. On the other hand, her husband, Thom Brennaman has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Similarly, her yearly salary must be around $400,000 which he has been earning from his profession as the Fox Sports network. Moreover, Thom Brennaman includes in the group of the richest sportscaster from NC. The whole family is living a lavishing life as the couple’s net worth of enough for their whole family.

Relationship Status

Polly Brennaman and Thom Brennaman‘s wedding was in November 2000. After the couple’s wedding, the whole family went to Cincinnati, Ohio. Together they are the proud parents of their kids. They have a son whose name is Luke Brennaman and a daughter whose name is Ella Mae Brennaman. Moreover, both their kids attended Terrace Park High School. Her son, Luke even plays soccer and basketball together with his team in high school.

Polly Brennaman

Caption: Polly Brennaman with her family (Source: Stars Offline)

Polly Brennaman – Body Measurements

Regarding the celebrity wife’s physical statistics, Polly has an average height of 5 feet 4 inches or else 163 cm or 1.63 m. She has a body weight of around 56 kg or 124 lbs. Similarly, she has short blonde hair color with a pair of black eyes. Also, she wears a shoe size of 6 (US). Brennaman has a fair complexion with a slim body type.

Social Media

She has not been present on social media platforms to this day. Just like her, her husband, Thom Brennaman also is not active on social media. Hence, both of them prefer to keep a low profile everywhere. Also, it is the main reason for the couple’s non-involvement in any kind of controversial matters and rumors. She neither has an Instagram account and also not a Twitter account. Brennaman even does not have a Facebook account.