Is Mark Schlereth Married? His Bio, Age, Wife, Parents, Kids, Salary and Net worth

Is Mark Schlereth married? Yes, he is. His wife’s name is Lisa Schlereth. The couple dated for a long time and decided to celebrate their wedding in 1991. From their conjugal life, the couple is blessed with three kids including two daughters (Alexandria and Avery) and a son named Daniel.

His son Daniel Schlereth was born on May 9, 1986, is known for being a Major League Baseball (MLB) relief pitcher. Daniel is married to Breanne Workman since 2012. Likewise, Mark’s daughter Avery Schlereth (born on March 23, 1993) is a model known for appearing on the reality show Catching Kelce. On the other hand, Alexandria Schlereth is an actress who made her appearance in Oh Baby!, MyNetworkTV and Desire.

Mark and his wife Lisa are now grandparents to Daniel’s daughters Quinn Brielle Schlereth and Drew Sara Schlereth. Scroll down to explore more interesting personal facts and biography of Schlereth:


Who is Mark Schlereth?

Born as Mark Frederick Schlereth, he landed the planet on January 25, 1966, which makes his age be 54 years old as of 2020. By profession, he is a former American football player who currently works as a radio and television sportscaster. He has played for 12 seasons with Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins in the NFL.


Early Life and Education

Schlereth was born in 1966 and his place of birth is in Anchorage, Alaska, the United States of America. Talking about his family background, he was born to the parents named Janette Schlereth (mother) and Herb Schlereth (father). He grew up in his hometown and struggled with dyslexia as a youth.

In 1984, he completed his high school from Robert Service High School. He received scholarship offers from Hawaii and Idaho (I-AA at the time). He decided to choose the University of Idaho whose head coach was Dennis Erickson. In 2008, he was inducted into the University of Idaho Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame.


Career and Professional Life

During the 1989 NFL Draft, Schlereth was selected by the Washington Redskins in the tenth round (#263 overall). He played six out of twelve seasons with the Denver Broncos from 1995 to 2000. He became a member of three Super Bowl championship teams during his football career. In the 1991 and 1998 seasons, he was selected to the Pro Bowl for his performances.

He helped the Broncos win Super Bowl XXXII on January 25, 1998, which was also the time of his 32nd birthday. During his playing career, he went through several injuries that are documented on Athlete 360 hosted by Dr. Mark Adickes who is also Schlereth’s former Redskins teammate.

Schlereth announced his retirement on April 18, 2001. Although he was receiving a six-year extension contract for 42 million USD worth with the Denver Broncos but couldn’t go for it due to his knee injury. After the retirement from his playing career, Mark received a job in ESPN and started

He alongside his fellow former Broncos lineman David “Doc” Diaz-Infante started hosting a sports talk radio show on Denver AM radio 760 The Zone. He has contributed to several television sports shows including his role as an analyst on NFL Live and SportsCenter.

He revealed his plan for an acting career on the Mike and Mike in the Morning show under the name Roc Hoover. The announcement made by him on May 4, 2007, revealed that Mike would cast on the soap opera, Guiding Light in a recurring role as Detective Roc Hoover. He was also featured on a new sports medicine television show called Athlete 360.

He also made his appearance in the Discovery Channel show called American Guns. He has also appeared in HBO’s Ballers on various episodes. He is also co-hosting a radio show in Denver on Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan. For Fox’s NFL, he has been serving as a television color analyst.


Personal Life

Mark Schlereth is married to Lisa Schlereth since 1991. He is the father to three children including two daughters and a son. His son is married to Breanne Workman and has turned as parents to two daughters Quinn Brielle and Drew Sara. Mark’s religion is Christianity.


Body Measurements

American radio and television sports host, Mark Schlereth has a tall height of 6 feet and 3 inches or 1.91m. He has a weight of about 130 kilograms or 287 lbs giving him a giant body shape. He has spent most of his working career in the sports field and thus is very strict about fitness and healthy habits. Mark has gone through several surgeries during his playing career.


Salary and Net worth

Former professional American football player Mark Schlereth has an estimated net worth of 6 million USD. His salary is supposed to be 75,000 USD per annum. He has been in the sports field for a long time and has also started his career as a radio/ television host and actor.


Wiki and Facts

The biography of Mark Schlereth is prepared by various wiki sites including Wikipedia. Join him on Instagram @markschlereth where he has amassed more than 32k followers now. His Twitter profile is reachable @markschlereth where he is being followed by more than 603k followers.

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