|Who is it?
|May 13, 1966
|57 YEARS OLD
James Duthie, a renowned sports commentator in Canada, is projected to have a net worth of $3 million by 2024. With his vast expertise and passion for sports, Duthie has become a prominent figure in the industry. He is highly regarded for his exceptional coverage and insightful commentary on various sporting events. Over the years, he has established a dedicated fan base due to his engaging style and extensive knowledge. As a result, his contributions to the sports world have translated into significant financial success. With his continued success, James Duthie's net worth is expected to further grow in the future, solidifying his position as one of Canada's most influential sports commentators.
He has won three Gemini Awards and two Canadian Screen Awards for Best Sportscaster in Canada. Duthie formerly worked for VTV and CJOH and won an International Edward R. Murrow Award for news reporting. He helped produce the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver as well as the 2012 Games in London. Duthie co-authored the autobiography of Brian Kilrea They Call Me Killer and also wrote the books The Day I Almost Killed Two Gretzkys and The Guy on The Left: Sports Stories from the Beast Seat In The House. He represents the charity Christian Children's Fund of Canada. Duthie was featured in the 2016 film Goon: Last of the Enforcers.