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Mark Schlereth Net Worth

Frederick Mark Schlereth net worth is

$6 Million

Frederick Mark Schlereth Wiki Biography

Frederick Mark Schlereth was born on the 25th January 1966, in Anchorage, Alaska, USA and is a former American Footballer who played in the role of offensive guard in the National Football League (NFL), from 1989 to 2000. Currently, he works as a radio and television sports caster as well as an actor. Mark holds the position of the analyst in such programs as “SportsCenter” and “NFL Live”. As an actor, he has appeared in the series “Guiding Light” (2007) and feature film “Red Dawn” (2012).

How much is the net worth of Mark Schlereth? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of his wealth is as much as $6 million, as of the data presented at the very beginning of 2017. NFL, radio and television are the main sources of Schlereth’s net worth and popularity.

Mark Schlereth Net Worth $6 Million

To begin with, he was raised in Anchorage, being educated at Robert Service High School; it is known that he suffered from dyslexia. After matriculation from high school, he received a scholarship to study at the University of Idaho, where he represented the football team in which he was coached by Dennis Erickson. In 2008, he became an inductee into the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame of the University of Idaho.

Concerning his professional career, Schlereth was chosen by the Washington Redskins during the 10th round (263rd overall) of the NFL Draft 1989. He played twelve seasons in the NFL – from 1989 to 1994 he was a part of Washington team and from 1995 to 2000 he represented the team of the Denver Broncos. He won three Super Bowls (one with Redskins and two with the Broncos) and was called to the Pro Bowl in seasons 1991 and 1998. During his professional career, Mark underwent 29 surgical operations; 20 of these were knee-deep, 15 of the left, five of the right. After the 13th operation on his left knee in 2000, the coach of the Denver Broncos Mike Shanahan remarked that he had a great resistance to pain – doctors said that this was the worst knee they had ever seen. Schlereth had two more operations on that knee, before retiring after the 2000 season.

After football, he worked as a host in the radio show “The Zone”. Since 2004, he has been working as an analyst for ESPN, and in addition to this, he is a regular host of “SportsCenter” and “NFL Live”. Mark is a recurring guest in the sports-talk radio show hosted by Mike Golic “Mike & Mike”.

In 2007, Mark landed the recurring role of Detective Roc Hoover in the TV series “Guiding Light”, and what is more, in 2012 Mark appeared in the reality television series “American Guns” aired on Discovery Channel.

To conclude, all the above mentioned engagements in American Football and mass/media have added sums to the outright size of Mark Schlereth’s net worth.

Finally, in the personal life of the former professional football player, Mark has been married to Lisa Schlereth, since 1991, and they have three children.

Full Name Mark Schlereth
Net Worth $6 Million
Salary $6 million
Date Of Birth January 25, 1966
Place Of Birth Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)
Weight 287 lbs (130.18 kg)
Profession American football player, NFL Player, Television Show Host, Radio and TV Cast
Education Robert Service High School, University of Idaho
Nationality American
Spouse Lisa Schlereth (m. 1991)
Children Daniel Schlereth, Alexandria Schlereth, Avery Schlereth
Nicknames Mark Frederick Schlereth , Stink
Twitter https://twitter.com/markschlereth?lang=en
IMDB http://imdb.com/name/nm1697838
Awards Pro Bowl (1991, 1998), Super Bowl champion (XXVI, XXXII, XXXIII)
Nominations NFL Draft: 1989/Round: 10/Pick: 263, Denver Broncos 50th Anniversary Team, Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame of the University of Idaho (2008)
Movies “Guiding Light” (2007), “Red Dawn” (2012), “Guiding Light“, “Desire“
TV Shows “The Zone”, “SportsCenter”, “NFL Live”, “Mike and Mike in the Morning“, “Jim Rome is Burning“, “American Guns“, “Athlete 360“
# Quote
1 I’ve really paid some heavy prices to play, and it seems like it might not be worth it anymore. This is not something I’m giving up on easily. I really don’t want to quit.”
# Fact
1 Inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005.
2 He recently signed with ESPN to serve as a studio analyst on NFL2Nite. In addition, he is co-hosting a radio talk show on KTLK-AM in Denver. [November 2001]
3 Announced on Mike & Mike (2005) on May 4 that he will play “Roc Hoover” on Guiding Light (1952). [May 2007]
4 Inducted into the Alaska High School Hall of Fame in 2006 (inaugural class).
5 Inducted into the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame in 2008.
6 President and co-owner, with creator David Bloom, of “Mark Schereth’s Stinkin’ Good Green Chili”.
7 Inducted into the University of Idaho Vandals Hall of Fame in 2008.
8 Attended Robert Service High School in Anchorage, Alaska.
9 Attended the University of Idaho.
10 Father of Alexandria Schlereth and Daniel Schlereth.
11 He was originally a 10th round pick (263rd overall) out of Idaho by the Washington Redskins in 1989. Schlereth came to Denver as an unrestricted free agent in 1995 from Washington, and was one of only three Alaskan-born players in the league (Travis Hall of Atlanta and Reggie Tongue of Seattle). He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1998 and his 1997 All-NFL selection by Sports Illustrated.
12 Mark Schlereth joined Denver Broncos offensive line mates, David Diaz-Infante and Tony Jones for an appearance on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993) show in late January 1998, days after the Broncos’ Super Bowl victory the over the Green Bay Packers.
13 His teammates refer to him by a nickname bestowed by his former Redskin teammates, “Stink,” in reference to stink heads, an Eskimo delicacy made from rotting fish heads.
14 Mark Schlereth, one of only 35 players to win a Super Bowl with two different teams-and one of just 15 to win one in each conference-played in 156 games (140 starts) and started all 15 post-season games in which he played, including Super Bowl XXVI with Washington and Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII with Denver.


Title Year Status Character
Ballers 2015-2016 TV Series Mark Schlereth
Red Dawn 2012 Coach Dolen
Guiding Light 2007-2009 TV Series Roc Hoover


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Mike & Mike 2014-2016 TV Series performer – 2 episodes


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Home Game 2011 TV Movie producer


Title Year Status Character
Mike & Mike 2009-2017 TV Series Himself – ESPN NFL Analyst / Himself – Substitute Co-Host / Himself / …
NFL2Night 2017 TV Series Himself – Studio Analyst
SportsCenter 2014-2016 TV Series Himself – NFL Analyst
A Football Life 2011 TV Series Himself
Star Wars: ESPN Fantasy Football 2011 TV Movie Himself
BarFly 2011 TV Series Himself
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2010 TV Series Himself
Unwrapped 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Mayne Street 2008 TV Series Himself
Rome Is Burning 2007-2008 TV Series Himself / Guest Host
ESPN 25: Who’s #1? 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith 2006-2007 TV Series Himself
The Top 5 Reasons You Can’t Blame… 2006 TV Series Himself
ESPN SportsCentury 2001-2005 TV Series documentary Himself
NFL Monday Night Football 1991-1999 TV Series Himself – Denver Broncos Guard / Himself – Washington Redskins Guard
ESPN’s Sunday Night Football 1995-1999 TV Series Himself – Denver Broncos Guard
NFL on FOX 1999 TV Series Himself – Denver Broncos Guard
The NFL on CBS 1999 TV Series Himself – Denver Broncos Guard
Super Bowl XXXIII 1999 TV Special Himself – Denver Broncos Left Guard
1998 AFC Championship Game 1999 TV Movie Himself – Denver Broncos Guard
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1998 TV Series Himself
Super Bowl XXXII 1998 TV Movie Himself – Denver Broncos Left Guard
1997 AFC Championship Game 1998 TV Movie Himself – Denver Broncos Guard
The NFL on NBC 1992-1995 TV Series Himself – Denver Broncos Guard / Himself – Washington Redskins Guard
TNT Sunday Night Football 1991-1995 TV Series Himself – Denver Broncos Guard / Himself – Washington Redskins Guard
Super Bowl XXVI 1992 TV Movie Himself – Washington Redskins Right Guard
1991 NFC Championship Game 1992 TV Movie Himself – Washington Redskins Guard

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