Craig Fouhy Biography
Craig Fouhy is an American Emmy Award-Winning Sports Broadcaster and former football player and coach currently working as a Sports Director and sports anchor at ABC15.
He joined ABC15 back in 1998, and during his tenure, he has served as a morning news anchor, co-host of our popular morning show Sonoran Living, host of our Sunday Night sports show “Sports Sunday”. He was the running backs coach at the University of Montana and the head coach at North Park College in Chicago.
Craig Fouhy Age
Craig’s age is not known, he has not revealed his date of birth, place of birth, and birthday.
Craig Fouhy Height
Craig stands at an average height. He has not shared details about his body measurements to the public but we are keeping tabs and we shall update this section as soon as the information is available.
Craig Fouhy Wife
Craig is married to his lovely wife Kimb. He and his wife Kimb live in the East Valley and enjoy getting involved with the community.
Craig Fouhy Children
Craig and his wife Kimb have six sons two daughters-in-law and four beautiful granddaughters.
Craig Fouhy Net Worth
Fouhy has an estimated net worth of between $100k to $200 k as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as
Craig Fouhy Career
Craig enjoys spotlighting our youngest and brightest in his “Fouhy’s Small Stars” segments. In fact, Fouhy’s Small Stars is one of the most popular and longest-running segments at ABC15.
He also hosts a radio show “Fouhy on the Fanatic” on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Craig graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington majoring in education, with minors in political science, history, and coaching.
He was the running backs coach at the University of Montana and the head coach at North Park College in Chicago. Some of Craig’s best football memories are when he took over at North Park College in the mid-80s as the head football coach and ran the “spread, no-huddle offence”.
He joined ABC15 back in the year 1998, and during his tenure, he has served as a morning news anchor, co-host of our popular morning show Sonoran Living, host of our Sunday Night sports show “Sports Sunday”, our Cardinals show, “Monday Night Live”, and he has hosted DIY segments for our parent company, E.W. Scripps.
Craig has also been a play-by-play announcer and colour commentator for college football television and radio, as well as a public-address announcer for several professional, college, and high school sports teams across the country.