Sid Rosenberg Biography and Early Life
Sid Rosenberg is an American radio personality. He was born Sidney Ferris Rosenberg on April 19, 1967 in Brooklyn, New York, United States and he was raised there. He was born to his parents named Ray Rosenberg (Father) and Prey Rosenberg (Mother).
Sid Rosenberg Net Worth
Sid Rosenberg is an American radio personality who has an estimated net worth of $6 million. He earns over $500 thousand as salary annually.
Sid Rosenberg Career
Sid Rosenberg rose to fame from many controversies he has been associated with. He is best known for his controversial and sarcastic humor as a host on radio stations like WAXY ‘790 The Ticket’ in Miami, where he hosted his own morning show. He co-hosted the radio show alongside O.J. McDuffie, but McDuffie quit in 2006. His radio career began when he took up the job as a host of the sports radio program The Drive on Sports Fan Radio Network in the late 1990’s in West Palm Beach, Florida. In 2000, he moved back to New York City to co-host WNEW-FM’s morning show called The Sports Guys. In 2001, he joined the Imus in the Morning program. For years, he served as a host on radio pre-game shows for New York Giants home games.
In September of 2009, he joined South Florida radio station WQAM but he was fired in 2012 after being arrested. On August 13, 2012, he joined WMEN 640AM, but he lost his position at the radio station in August of 2012. In February of 2010, he hosted a special Super Bowl preview show in Miami. In 2011, he became the weekday morning sports anchor for WFAN’s station 1010 Wins, but he left in 2012. On January 27, 2016, he began to work as a co-host of The Bernie and Sid Show of 77 WABC alongside Bernard McGuirk.
Sid Rosenberg Wife
Sid Rosenberg is married to his wife named Danielle Rosenberg. They married in 1992.
Sid Rosenberg Parents
Sid Rosenberg was born to his parents named Ray Rosenberg (Father) and Prey Rosenberg (Mother).
Sid Rosenberg Kids
Sid Rosenberg has two kids named Ava Rosenberg (Daughter) and Greg Rosenberg (Son).
Sid Rosenberg Height and Weight
Sid Rosenberg stands at a height of 6 ft 1 inch. He weighs 78 kg.
Sid Rosenberg Nationality and Ethnicity
Sid Rosenberg is of American nationality. He is of Swedish ethnicity and descent.
Sid Rosenberg Residence
Sid Rosenberg resides in New York City, New York, United States.
Sid Rosenberg Education (High School and College)
Sid Rosenberg studied at University of Miami and Brooklyn College, but he dropped out of both. He later studied at Kingsborough Community College, graduating with an associate degree in 1990. He also attended Baruch College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business in 1992.
Social Media Presence
Rosenberg has over 500 thousand Twitter followers, over 100 thousand Facebook followers and he is also active on other social media networks.
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Controversies, rumors and legal issues
Over the years, Rosenberg has had a lot of controversies, hanging around his necks and he rose to limelight with it all. He once called Lawn tennis star Venus Williams an ‘animal’ and also commented that she and her sister, fellow tennis legend, Serena Williams, would be better suited for National Geographic Magazine than for Playboy. He also once attacked the United States Women’s national soccer team by tagging them ‘a bunch of juiced up dykes’. He was fired by his employer Imus show, after he mocked Australian singer Kylie Minogue of having breast cancer. He has also been associated with many other controversial and ill statements and remarks on other celebrities.
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Facts about Sid Rosenberg
|Net Worth||$6 million|
|Salary||Over $500 thousand annually|
|Income Source||Radio personality|
|Birthday||April 19, 1967|
|Wife||Danielle Rosenberg (m. 1992)|
|Parents||Ray Rosenberg (Father) and Prey Rosenberg (Mother)|
|Kids||Ava Rosenberg (Daughter) and Greg Rosenberg (Son)|
|Height||6 ft 1 inch|
|Residence||New York City, New York, United States|
|Education (High School and College)||University of Miami, Brooklyn College, Kingsborough Community College and Baruch College|