Mark Rosen Biography
Mark Rosen served as the game’s chief at WCCO-TV and also worked as an anchor and writer there. In January 2019, he handed in his resignation from WCCO-TV. Rosen started working at WCCO-TV while he was a junior in high school in St. Louis Park. He was recruited for a full-time position at the station while he was a student at the University of Minnesota.
Mark Rosen Age
He is 71 years old now. It was in the year 1952 that he was born in the United States. However, he has not been transparent about the specific date of his birth.
Mark Rosen Height
He stands at an approximate height of 5ft 8in.
Mark Rosen Wife
He has been married to Denise Rosen since 1977. Early on in his tenure at WCCO, he was introduced to Denise, a graphic artist who was also an avid Chicago White Sox supporter. They have a daughter named Chloe, who also continues to work at WCCO, in addition to a son named Nick.
Mark Rosen KFAN Radio
Rosen served as the games director, anchor, and journalist for WCCO-TV. In January of 2019, he handed in his resignation from WCCO-TV. Rosen started working at WCCO-TV while he was a junior in high school in St. Louis Park. He was recruited for a full-time position at the station while he was a student at the University of Minnesota.
After some time had passed, he was promoted to the position of end-of-the-week sports anchor. In 1981, he started co-hosting his Sunday night show with Ahmad Rashad, who was the wide receiver for the Vikings. Soon after its debut, the “Rashad-Rosen Report” was rebranded as Rosen’s Sports Sunday and continued to air on WCCO up to the year 2016.
Several times throughout his career, City Pages has recognized him as the Best TV Sportscaster, and the publication has inducted him into its Hall of Fame. He equally earned many territorial Emmy grants.
Late in the month of March 2012, he had his book, titled “Best Seat in the House,” published. In it, he discusses everything from his early, extended tenure at WCCO to his #1 meetings.
In addition to this, he is a member of the governing body for both Children’s Heartlink and the A.C.E.S. institution. Of a daily basis, Rosen can be heard as a co-host on the “Force Trip” morning show that airs on KFAN radio.
Mark Net Worth
His estimated net worth ranges between $500k – $1 million.