Anita Marks Biography
Anita (Susanne) Marks is a radio host, football sideline reporter, and former professional football player for the women’s game. She now works for ESPN New York as a hotfix anchor and fill-in talk show host.
Anita Marks Age
She was born in April 1970 in Miami, Florida.
Anita Marks Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.
Anita Marks Education
She played Pop Warner football as a kid and made the JV squad in high school. Each year during the collegiate national championships in New Orleans at the Sugar Bowl, she quarterbacked the women’s flag football team at the University of South Florida. The WPFL was founded after college, and they quickly established a team in Miami. She tried out, was selected, and quarterbacked the Miami Fury for three seasons before moving on to the Florida Stingrays for one season.
Anita Marks Parents
Her parents divorced when she was two years old, and hence she spent a lot of time with her grandparents. Her grandfather is Nate Marks. He gambled on the NFL, and when she was seven years old, he would have Anita call in his picks to his bookie. Marks was educated about teasers and parlays at a young age.
Anita Marks Husband
She is still single
Anita Marks Kids
She has no kids yet. However, according to The Spun, she has five dogs. The oldest is 20 years old, a rat terrier named Billie (named after Billie Holiday). Mya, another rat terrier is 18, and then three chihuahuas–Sookie is 12, Satchmo is 5, and Frankie is 4.
Anita Marks ESPN
Marks is an ESPN expert for sports betting and fantasy football, as well as a host on 98.7FM ESPN New York. In 2016, she joined ESPN. She is a regular guest on Daily Wager, ESPN’s first daily sports betting news and information show. She may also be seen on ESPN’s NFL Live, SportsCenter, and Fantasy Football Now.
First presenting sports talk radio in her hometown of Miami in 1998 and then in Baltimore in 2006. Her Baltimore afternoon drive show was also aired on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network for four years. She later served in New York for WFAN and Sirius XM Radio. She hosted a Giants press conference wrap-up show on the MSG Network every Wednesday throughout the football season, as well as Giants Opening Drive LIVE on MSG on game days, for the NFL’s New York Giants from 2010 to 2017.
Additionally, Big Blue Hits Live, a web program featuring Giants athletes, was another project she worked on for the Giants. She also worked for the United Football League as a sideline reporter. She received a regional Emmy Award in 1995. Moreover, Anita spent four distinct seasons with the Miami Fury and one season with the Florida Stingrays in the Women’s Professional Football League from 2000 to 2005. She also founded NNAR (National Network of Athlete Relocation), which provides real estate and relocation assistance to athletes.
Is Anita Marks still on Daily Wager?
Marks is currently a regular on ESPN’s exclusive daily show, Daily Wager, which focuses on sports betting alongside Doug Kezirian. On ESPN radio in New York, she broadcasts The Anita Marks Show and Weekend Wager. Anita also conducts Weekend Wager, a weekly radio show on 98.7FM ESPN New York from 10 p.m. to midnight every Friday, where she discusses the finest bets and wagers. She is a golfer and a fantasy football expert.
Anita Marks Podcast
She presents The Anita Marks Show on 98.7FM ESPN New York on Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m. ET and Sundays from 9 a.m. to noon ET. She keeps up to date on all things New York sports on weekends.
Anita Marks NFL Picks
According to gameday cole, she jotted down some of the Super Bowl LVI gambling picks for NFL 2021/22
Anita Marks Salary
She earns a salary of approximately $400,000- $600,000 annually.
Anita Marks Networth
Her networth is estimated at $ 3 million – $5 million