Ann Archambault is an American famed personality who is best known as the ex wife of Joe Buck, a Play-by-play commentator specializing in NFL and MLB coverage on Fox Sports.
From 1993 to 2011, Buck was married to Ann Archambault, with whom he had two daughters. He married NFL Network and now ESPN reporter and former Bronco cheerleader Michelle Beisner on April 12, 2014. In April 2018 they had twin sons.
Ann Archambault Height & Weight
How tall is Ann Archambault? She stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in tall or else 1.65 m or 165 cm. She weighs around 55 Kg or 121 lbs. She has beautiful dark brown eyes and has blonde hair. Her body measurements are 34-28-40 inches. She wears a bra cup size of 34 AA.
Ann Archambault Age
Ann Archambault’s exact date of birth is not known. She is in her 40s. She holds American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Ann Archambault Wiki/Biography
|Real Name||Ann Archambault|
|Age||40 years old (As of 2021)|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||34 AA|
|Husband||Joe Buck (Div.)|
|Net Worth||$3 million, as of 2021|
Ann Archambault Husband
Ann Archambault was married with Joe Buck. Moreover, he is an American sportscaster and the son of sportscaster Jack Buck.
He is known for his work with Fox Sports, including his roles as lead play-by-play announcer for the network’s National Football League and Major League Baseball coverage.
Since 1996, he has served as the play-by-play announcer for the World Series each year, with the exceptions of 1997 and 1999.
Some Facts on Ann Archambault
Ann Archambault’s husband, Buck was born in St. Petersburg, Florida (where the St. Louis Cardinals, for whom his father broadcast, then conducted their spring training) and raised in the St. Louis area, where he attended St. Louis Country Day School.
He began his broadcasting career in 1989 while he was an undergraduate at Indiana University Bloomington.
On September 8, 1998, Buck called Mark McGwire’s 62nd home run that broke Roger Maris’ single-season record.
The game was nationally televised live in prime time on Fox.
It was a rarity for a nationally televised regular season game to not be aired on cable since the end of the Monday/Thursday Night Baseball era on ABC in 1989.