• Ann Archambault is a 52-year-old senior product manager and is the ex-wife of FOX Sports sportscaster Joe Buck.
• Her net worth is estimated at close to $5 million, likely increased by her divorce settlement from her ex-husband.
• She was raised in St. Louis, is of White Caucasian ethnicity, and is a Christian.
• She was married to Joe Buck for 18 years and they had two daughters.
• Joe Buck is a very successful sportscaster, winning many awards and accolades throughout his career.
- 1 Who is Ann Archambault?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Ann Archambault Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career
- 4 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 5 Personal Life
- 6 Who is her ex-husband? Joe Buck Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Ann Archambault?
Ann Carolyn Archambault was born on 30 November 1969 under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius, in St. Louis, Missouri USA. She is a 52-year-old senior product manager, but is probably best recognized for being the ex-wife of FOX Sports sportscaster Joe Buck.
How rich is she, as of now? Ann Archambault Net Worth
As of late 2021, Ann Archambault’s net worth is estimated at close to $5 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the business industry, but it’s assumed that she increased her wealth through the divorce settlement from her ex-husband Joe Buck, whose net worth is reputedly as high as $25 million.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background, Career
Ann Archambault spent her early years in her hometown of St. Louis, where she was raised by her father, Thomas and mother Jackie Archambault; the professions of her parents aren’t disclosed, and it’s also unknown whether she has siblings or is an only child. She holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding her education, she matriculated from Spring Woods High School in Houston, Texas.
Speaking about her career, almost nothing is known, except that she now works as a senior product manager for Amazon.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Ann Archambault has long light brown hair and green eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), her weight is around 121lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 34-28-40, bra size 34A. Information about her dress size and shoe size isn’t available.
Ann Archambault and Joe Buck became romantically involved at the time they attended middle school. They dated for several years until he proposed to her on a live radio broadcast, and they eventually tied the knot at a ceremony held on 23 January 1993. The couple welcomed two daughters, Natalie born on 7 June 1996, while their second daughter Trudy Buck was born sometime in 1999.
After being married for 18 years, they went their separate ways and divorced in 2011, following which he went on to marry a feature ESPN reporter and former cheerleader Michelle Beisner-Buck, with whom he has twin boys. On the other hand, there is no information on whether or not Ann has remarried; her current residence is in Ladue, St. Louis.
Who is her ex-husband? Joe Buck Short Wiki/Bio
Joseph Francis ‘Joe’ Buck was born on 25 April 1969 under the zodiac sign of Taurus, in St. Petersburg, Florida USA. He was raised in the St. Louis area by his father, Jack Buck, a well-known sportscaster, and his mother, Carole Lintzenich.
He has seven siblings, sisters Christine, Beverly, Betsy, Bonnie and Julie, and two brothers Jack Buck Jr. and Dan. He went to St. Louis Country Day School, and upon matriculation enrolled in Indiana University Bloomington, from which he graduated with a BA degree in English and a minor in Telecommunications in 1991.
Joe Buck started his professional career as a broadcaster in 1989 while still at college, where he announced play-by-play for a minor league affiliate of the Cardinals, called Louisville Redbirds. During the same year, he also reported on the Triple-A All-Star Game for ESPN. Two years later, he took a reporting job at the CBS-affiliated station KMOV, and also started broadcasting for KMOX Radio and KPLR-TV.
In the 1992-1993 season, he called play-by-play for University of Missouri basketball broadcasts, and continued to announce for the Cardinals until 2007, working alongside his father on KMOX, and later on the FSN Midwest network.
Rise to Fame on Fox Sports
In 1994, Joe Bock was hired to work for Fox, and at the age of 25 he called a regular slate of National Football League (NFL) games which made him the youngest man ever to do that on network television. In 1996, he became the play-by-play voice for Major League Baseball (MLB), working with Tim McCraver, and that same year, he became he became the youngest play-by-play voice to do a national broadcast for a World Series.
Since then, he’s served in the position for World Series except in 1997 and 1999 – he’s called 21 All-Star Games, 13 American League Championship Series, and 12 National League Championship Series for Fox MLB. Besides working with McCraver for 18 seasons, Joe has also worked with Harold Reynolds and Tom Verducci.
Apart from MLB, Joe Bock has worked as the lead play-by-play announcer for the Fox National Football League coverage since 2002, often teamed with analysts Cris Collinsworth and Troy Aikman. Following Cris’ departure, he continued to work with Aikman – they are the second-longest-running broadcast team to call NFL games, calling their first Super Bowl (XL) in 2005.
Other notable games they’ve called include Super Bowl XLII, Super Bowl LI, the Minneapolis Miracle, and Miracle at the New Meadowlands, among others.
In 2006, he was chosen to host the Fox sports pre-game NFL program “Fox NFL Sunday”, and the post-game show “THE OT”, but left in the following year due to low viewership. Three years later, he signed with HBO Sports to host his own sports-based talk show, entitled “Joe Buck Live”, but which aired for only three episodes before the show was canceled.
In 2014, Joe Buck teamed with Greg Norman to host US Golf Association telecasts for Fox, but Norman was subsequently fired and replaced with Paul Azinger in 2016, and continued to cover the game until Fox withdrew from its USGA deal in 2020. Meantime, from 2015 to 2018, he hosted the Audience Network sports talk show “Undeniable With Joe Buck”, in which he interviewed some of the most successful sports personalities.
Concurrently, he released his autobiographical book entitled “Lucky Bastard: My Life, My Dad, And The Things I’m Not Allowed To Say On TV” (2016).
Since 2018, he’s done play-by-play for the Fox/NFL Network show “Thursday Night Football”, alongside Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews. In 2020, he started co-hosting a podcast entitled “Daddy Issues”, next to his friend Oliver Hudson.
Thanks to his accomplishments in the broadcasting field, Joe Buck has won numerous awards, including eight Sports Emmy Awards, including seven for Outstanding Sports Personality, Play-by-Play, and one in the category of Outstanding Sports Personality, Studio Host. He’s also been rewarded with NSMA National Sportscaster of the Year, and is the recipient of the 2020 Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award, the same award his father won back in 1996, which makes them the first father-son duo to record that achievement.