Hosted NBC's primetime coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics
Started broadcasting Saturday night boxing matches on NBC alongside Marv Albert and Al Michaels
Hosted the MLB Network's interview show "Studio 42 With Bob Costas"
Landed a small role in "Moneyball"
Made a guest appearance on "Family Guy"
Was a co-host on HBO's "Inside the NFL"
Hosted "On the Record with Bob Costas" on HBO
Hired to provide play-by-play for ESPN's coverage of Major League Baseball
Signed a six year contract with NBC
Appeared as a recurring commentator in "Baseball", Ken Burns' mammoth PBS documentary chronicle
Hosted the first primetime TV project from Sports Illustrated Television, "40 for the Ages: Sports Illustrated 40th Anniversary Special"
Feature debut, appeared as himself in Ron Howard's "The Paper"
Expanded broadcasting duties at NBC; contributed segments to various NBC News programs, including the primetime news magazines "Now with Tom Brokaw and Katie Couric" (1994) and "Dateline"
Episodic TV debut, provided an aural guest spot for the ABC cartoon sitcom "The Critic"
Appeared as himself in Michael Ritchie's sports comedy feature, "The Scout"
Hosted "One on One: Classic Television Interviews", a CBS compilation special
Hosted final football broadcast as a Super Bowl anchor (Super Bowl XXVII)
Hosted "Last Call!: A Cheers' Celebration", an NBC comic interview special that preceded the final episode of the longrunning sitcom
Served as the primetime anchor for the summer Olympics in Barcelona
Anchored the late-night portion of the XXIV Olympiad (the summer Olympics) in Seoul
Featured in video entitled "The 500 Home Run Club"
Announced radio broadcasts for the "Chicago Bulls"
Became a sportscaster for NBC
Hosted a sports radio show
Joined KMOX-AM Radio in St. Louis, MO, working as play-by-play voice of the ABA Spirits of St. Louis
Hosted NBC's pre-game pro-football show (subsequently renamed "NFL Live")
Announced the American League (baseball) Championship Series in 1983, 1985, 1987 and 1989
Hosted nationally syndicated weekly radio talk show "Costas Coast to Coast"
Began his broadcasting career in Syracuse, NY on WSYR-TV and Radio, the Syracuse University student stations
Hosted baseball's All-Star Game pre-game shows in 1983, 1985, 1987 and 1989
Raised in Commack, Long Island, NY
Hosted own late night interview show, "Later With Bob Costas"
Hosted World Series (baseball) pre-games in 1982, 1984, 1986 and 1988
While working as the radio voice of University of Missouri basketball, handled regional NFL (football) and NBA (basketball) assignments for CBS Sports
Hosted the pre-games for Super Bowl (football) XX, XXIII and XXVII
Gained notice through his work with analyst Tony Kubek on NBC's "Game of the Week" (baseball) broadcasts
Costas has a photographic memory.
Named Sportscaster of the Year by the National Association of Sportscasters and Broadcasters in 1985 and 1987.