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Rich Eisen's Married life with Wife Suzy Shuster: See their Children and Relationships
Updated On 14 Nov, 2018 Published On 17 Aug, 2017
Rich Eisen is a happily married guy with beautiful Suzy Shuster. The couple have an awesome professional life along with their family with three kids.
Rich Eisen; a well known American journalist working for NFL Network, NBC Sports and NFL Network. There is no doubt that he is one of the talented and passionate journalists but only a few people may know that he is the husband of dreams as well.
He married his longtime girlfriend in 2003 and by looking at the happy couple we can say that their relationship is one of a kind. So, today in this section we will discuss Rich's married life with wife Suzy Shuster and their relationships.
Rich Eisen's Married Life Wife Suzy Shuster: Happy Couple
Eisen tied a knot to Suzy Shuster in the year 2003 and since then the duo is inseparable. One of the common things between the pair is both of them are very hardworking and passionate about their work.
Suzy is currently working as a college football sideline reporter for ESPN on ABC. She started her career as an intern at the 1994 Final Four broadcast on CBS.
Rich and his wife Suzy Shuster,
They have three children; two sons and a daughter named Xander, Taylor, and Cooper. They have an awesome family life near Coldwater Canyon in Beverly Hills, California.
The heavenly couple has an awesome married life that there's no sign of divorce till date.
Eisen and his wife Shuster are working together in their sports podcast called Eyes on Sports with Suzy Shuster and Rich Eisen. He told PEOPLE that it is not a typical sports show as they welcome athletes and also Hollywood celebrities as guests in their show.
Apart from their show, Eisen is also busy in his own daily talk show called 'The Rich Eisen Show' on DirecTV's Audience Network where he welcomed a number of guests including Paul Rudd, Billy Bob Thornton, Morris Chestnut, Tom Arnold, and Ralph Macchio.
Rich Eisen: See Her Career And Net Worth
Eisen was the very first staff writer for the Staten Island Advance for three years starting from 1990 following the Chicago Tribune in 1993 and 1994.
He worked as a sports anchor and reporter at KRCR-TV in Redding, California in 1994 also worked in television as the Medill News Service's Washington correspondent.
Before joining NFL Network he worked for ESPN in 1996 working with Stuart Scott. Hosted ESPN's reality series, Beg, Borrow & Deal, Major League Basketball and as a guest host on The Tony Kornheiser Show and The Dan Patrick Show.