Andrew Marchand Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, New York Post
Andrew Marchand Biography
Andrew Marchand is an eminent American senior sports media writer. Currently, Andrew serves for the New York Post as a Columnist focusing on Sports media. He also serves at ESPN New York as a senior writer and a co-host of Ourand Sports Media Podcast.
Previously, He was a regular contributor to ESPN programs including Sportscenter, ESPN News, Baseball Tonight, and ESPN New York radio broadcasts. He worked at ESPN for 11 years, later after in 2018, Andrew rejoined the New York Post.
Andrew Marchand Age
Andrew Marchand was born in New York, in the United States. He likes to be reserved when it comes to matters regarding his personal life hence about his exact birth details. A review of information on this part is ongoing and will be updated.
Andrew Marchand Height
Marchad stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches(Approx 1.75 m)
Andrew Marchand Family
He was born and raised by his father and mother in New York. Presently, Andrew Marchand has not mentioned any information regarding either his parents or if he has siblings. We are keeping tabs on and we shall update you on this matter as soon as we have clear details.
Andrew Marchand Wife
Currently, Andrew lives in New York. He happily married his lovely and caring wife who has not disclosed any details regarding her. We shall update this part once the information concerning his wife are available.
Andrew Marchand Salary
Andrew earns an annual salary of $ 77,129 per year. This is according to New York Post reporters’ salaries.
Andrew Marchand Net Worth
Marchand has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million U.S dollars.
Andrew Marchand Education
After his primary and high school education, Andrew joined Ithaca College and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism.
Andrew Marchand Career
He began his career reporting in Texas for small newspapers before being employed by the Post when he was 23. At the age of 25, Andrew covered their historic 2000 Subway series run and became the Post’s New York Mets beat writer. Nine years after serving at the Post, Andrew was persuaded to make the jump to ESPN in 2007. In 2018, Andrew rejoined the New York Post.