Rosy Kellogg rose to popularity after her name linked with Clark Kellogg. She is popular as a celebrity wife whose husband Clary is an American former professional basketball player working as a college basketball analyst for CBS Sports.

Rosy Kellogg clicking selfie with her husband Clark Kellogg
Caption: Rosy Kellogg clicking a selfie with her husband Clark Kellogg (Photo: Player Wives & Girlfriends) 

Rosy Kellogg Biography

Rosy Kellogg was born and raised in the United States of America. Having American nationality, Rosy is of mixed ethnicity.

Who is Rosy Kellogg's Husband? 

Rosy Kellogg has been living a blissful married life with her husband Clark Kellogg. In the year 1983, Rosy got married to her husband Clark. They married in a private ceremony in presence of their friends or family members. 

Rosy and her husband Clark became parents of two kids a son and a daughter. She was blessed with a son Nick Kellog who is popular with basketball players. Also, he is playing Paris Basketball. Also, she has a daughter Talisa Kellogg who played volleyball at Georgia Tech University. The husband and wife have been married for over three decades.

Net Worth & Salary of Rosy Kellogg's Husband 

Rosy Kellogg's popularity came became of her marriage with Clark. So it is hard to determine Rosy net worth and salary without any professional career of her. Her husband Rosy Kellogg has an estimated net worth of $2 Million

Working as an analyst for CBS, he has been earning an annual salary of around $400 thousand. Also, he collected $476,000 sum of money from his playing career with the Indian Pacers from the year 1985 to 1986. Rosy with her husband lives in a million-dollar mansion in Westerville, Ohio, US. 

About Rosy Kellogg's Husband

As we already mentioned, Rosy Kellogg rose to popularity as a celebrity wife of Clark. So, she hasn't mentioned the details of her career. But her husband's real name is Clark Clifton Kellogg Jr born on July 2, 1961, and is an American former professional basketball player. 

After retirement, he became the lead college basketball analyst for CBS Sports. Also, he had played in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the Indiana Pacers