Bob Uecker Biography
Birthday: January 26, 1934 (Aquarius)
Born In: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
A multi-talented personality, Bob Uecker enjoys a special place in the world of baseball. Starting off his career as a baseball player, he soon grew up to serve as a baseball commentator, television host, wrestling ringside announcer, comedian and a television and film actor. With his exceptionally talented self, spirited personality and likeable nature, he has earned himself a lot of popularity and fan base amongst the audience. However, what is interesting to note is that much unlike other players, Uecker became more famous and recognized as a commentator and actor than as a player. In fact, his playing career remains undistinguished despite playing with several Major League baseball teams. It was in 1970s that he revamped his otherwise flagging career by launching himself as a sportcaster. He has since 1971 been serving as the play-by-play announcer for Milwaukee Brewersradio broadcasts. Furthermore, he has also provided commentary for the ABC’s show, Monday Night Baseball and later for a NBC’s show. As far as his acting career is concerned, he has done cameo appearances and guest roles in several films and television series.