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Steve Ackels is an American TV producer who is currently working as a senior coordinating producer at ESPN. Additionally, he has also been able to bag two Sports Emmy awards in his career.

Steve Ackels : Age and Height

Steve Ackels was born somewhere in the USA; however, the actual detail on his date of birth and place is yet to be revealed.

As per Steve Ackels’ Linkedin account, he has completed his bachelor’s degree in communications in 1994 from Roger Williams University, in Bristol, Rhode Island. Besides this, there is no single information related to his early life, parents and so on.

What Is Steve Ackels Relationship Status?

Steve Ackels is a married man as per his Instagram post; however, the detail on his married life and wife is missing and he has never preferred to share it. It seems like he has been married for a long time.

He is the father of two kids:  a daughter named Sofia and a son. The family of four is living a happy life.

Steve Ackels with his wife and kids

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He is active in Instagram and Twitter platform where he can be seen sharing images related to his personal and professional life.

His Career and Net Worth

Steve Ackels collected the net worth of $1 million as of mid-2020 from his longtime career.

While talking about his career, he started working as a production assistant for MPP Productions for two years. Later on, he started working as at the Century Club of San Diego from a marketing manager for the Buick Invitational from 1996 to 1998.

In August 1998, he joined ESPN and since then he is working there. As of now, he is a senior coordinating producer over there who oversees the production of ESPN College Football Live Event Games and Monday Night Football.

Steve actually started his career as a Production assistant but later on, he transitioned from being an assistant to an Associate Producer and slowly, he improved his ranks to a producer and then to a coordinating producer in event production.

Ackels works in a number of properties starting with college basketball, baseball, and football. Not only that, but he also works in the event production of The Spelling Bee, NFL Draft, NBA Draft, and X Games.

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