Prior to his successful career in broadcasting, he was a basketball coach. He is the son of Mae and John Vitale. He got married to Lorraine McGrath in and had two daughters with her. He became blind in his left eye during his childhood years in an accident involving a pencil. According to him, he was teased intensely at school because of his eye. He once stated in an interview that he almost got out of the television business after a fan made a nasty comment about his eye.
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Dick Vitale Biography (1939-)
Dick Vitale's Wife Lorraine McGrath (Bio, Wiki)
At the age of , Dick Vitale landed his first coaching job at an elementary school in New Jersey but his career peaked a new height after he was chosen to work as an assistant coach at nearby Rutgers University which likewise played one of the vital roles to0 select him as a head coach at the University of Detroit. This 79 years old personality is an American basketball sportscaster. His father name is John and during his working stage, he was working as a security guard. After serving as a guard he also worked in a clothing press as an operator.
Skip to main content Dick Vitale. Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Eleven Halls of Fame and countless heartfelt recognitions have affirmed the passionate vitality he brings to sports broadcasting make an equal impact on raising millions of dollars for pediatric cancer research through the V Foundation for Cancer Research. He is as much a household name for his humanitarian deeds as he is for the game he loves.
Sign in. This New Jersey native is to college basketball what fireworks and watermelon are to the 4th of July. As the popularity of college basketball took off in the 80s, Vitale's fame also soared as ESPN's 1 color analyst. Still working for ESPN, Dick has fan clubs on college campuses all over America and is often more popular with the fans than the game he is covering.