Michelle Beisner-Buck Biography
|Date of Birth:||1976 , October-15|
|Age:||43 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Michelle Mary Beisner|
|Birth Place/City||Denver, Colorado, USA|
|Profession||Reporter, TV Personality|
|Married to||Joe Buck|
|Education||Green Mountain High School, Metropolitan State University|
|Online Presence||Twitter, Instagram|
|Movies||Any Given Sunday, Spotless, Throttle, Alice in Wasteland, Standards of Ethical Conduct|
|TV Show||Sunday NFL Countdown, Celebrity Watch Party|
Michelle Beisner-Buck is an American reporter and TV personality who currently works for ESPN as a feature reporter and a contributor to Monday Night Countdown and Monday Night Football.
When as Michelle Beisner-Buck Born? What is her Height?
Michelle Beisner-Buck was born Michelle Mary Beisner on October 15, 1976. She is 43 years old as of August 2020 and stands at 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 meters).
Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Michelle attended Green Mountain High School in the nearby Jefferson County. She studied communications at Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado, where she was the head of the cheerleading squad for the Denver Broncos.
Michelle started her career as a dancer and aspiring actress. She danced professionally for over 15 years, during which she was named the Pro Bowl representative in 1999 and was part of the entourage of the USO tour in Iraq and Africa, where she performed for the US troops stationed there.
Michelle also had an aspiring acting career with a string of movie appearances in Any Given Sunday, Spotless, Throttle, Alice in Wasteland, and Standards of Ethical Conduct.
When she failed to set the world on fire, she turned to journalism. She worked as a pit reporter for a host of different networks, including ESPN, the Speed Channel, and the Altitude Network. Additionally, she has had stints with networks like Fox Sports Net, Comcast, CBS, NBC, and ABC.
Michelle, most notably, had an eight-year stint with the NFL Network from 2006 to 2014, during which she was a reporter for shows like Game Day Morning, Game Day First, NFL Total Access and NFL Fantasy Live. She also hosted the NFL Weekly Countdown and NFL Network Now.
She joined ESPN in a full-time capacity as a features reporter in 2014. During her first stint with ESPN, she was the co-host of “The Russo and Steele Automotive Auctions” show and worked as a pit reporter for the Champ Car World Series. Her second time around, she worked as the reporter for Sunday NFL Countdown and currently, is part of the network's Monday Night Countdown crew.
Mother of Twin Sons with Husband Joe Buck
Michelle is married to FOX Sports sportscaster Joe Buck. They started dating in February 2013, two years after his separation from his first wife Ann Archambault. Michelle tied the knot with the Sports Emmy Award-winning sportscaster on April 12, 2014, at a ceremony held in Mexico.
On April 26, 2018, the couple welcomed twin sons Wyatt Joseph Buck and Blake Andrew Buck. Michelle is a stepmother to Buck's two children with Ann Archambault, daughters Natalie Buck (born in 1997), and Trudy Buck (born in 2000).