Barry Glendenning Biography
Barry Glendenning is an eminent Irish sports journalist. He holds the position of deputy sports editor at the UK newspaper The Guardian on the guardian.co.uk website run. Previously, he served at Hot Press magazine in Ireland as a staffer. Barry has also written for bad television programs, reasonably good radio programs, and the Irish Sunday Independent, among others.
Barry Glendenning Age
Barry Glendenning was born in Birr, Ireland, on March 12, 1973. He is 50 years old.
Barry Glendenning Height
Glendenning is a man of average stature and stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.72 m).
Barry Glendenning Education
He studied and graduated from Cistercian College, Roscrea. Later, Glendenning studied for a B.A. degree at the University of Dublin, which, however, he never completed.
Barry Glendenning Family
Barry was born and raised by his caring father Sam and his mother in Birr, Ireland. His mother is 79 years old while, his father passed away died on December 23, 2021. Glendenning belongs to a mixed ethnicity and holds an Irish nationality.
Barry Glendenning Wife
Barry is a man who enjoys his life and career but he keeps his love status private. Therefore, it is not known to the public dominion whether he is divorced, married, or single. We will fill this gap as soon as we have clear facts regarding his relationship status.
Barry Glendenning Salary
Barry’s average salary is $73,564 per year. This is according to Guardian.co.uk anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Barry Glendenning’s Net Worth
Glendenning has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $7 million U. S dollars.
Barry Glendenning Career
Barry presently serves at Guardian.co.uk as the deputy sports editor. Glendenning is best known for his work on The Guardian’s football podcast Football Weekly. He also regularly contributes to the daily email service, The Fiver to the site’s satirical. Additionally, Barry is often responsible for the Guardian Unlimited “minute-by-minute reports”, which feature live text coverage of the Champions League, Premier League, and international matches and other sports.
Glendenning also serves as a co-host of the Warm-Up with Max Rushden on Sunday mornings from 11 am to 1 pm on Talksport. The show has a particular feature the game “Culverhouse” which is a football version of the game “Mornington Crescent”. He once recorded a TV pilot with Paul Merson and Rushden. The pilot proved unsuccessful when Barry and Rushden asked Merson whether he would rather have spoons for hands or forks for feet.