Dan Graziano Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Dan Graziano Biography
Dan Graziano is an eminent Sports Journalist. At the moment, He works for ESPN as a contributor EAST blogger, and ESPN NFL Insider. Graziano in May 2008 joined the station and also provides live reports on Fantasy Football Now and Sunday NFL Countdown. Before joining ESPN, Dan spent two years serving for AOL Fanhouse as a columnist, writer, and reporter.
Dan Graziano Age
Dan was born in Washington, D.C. in the United States, on July 20, 1972. He is 49 years old.
Dan Graziano Height
Graziano stands at a moderate of 5 ft 7 inches/ (Approx 1.74 m) tall.
Dan Graziano Education
He attended a local high school in Washington and graduated with his high school diploma. He later graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1994 from the University of Georgetown.
Dan Graziano Family
He was born in Washington, D.C. the United States to his hardworking parents. Dan has a brother called Robert Graziano. Dan holds an American nationality and is of white ethnicity. Though, there is no clear information concerning his parent’s details.
Dan Graziano Wife
He got married on March 18, 2000, to his appealing wife Veronica. The couple in the Samit of Hunter Mountain exchanged their wedding vows. They first met each other 21 years ago in a Tampa sports bar drinking green beer. The couple has two sons.
Dan Graziano salary
Dan earns an annual salary of $80,454. This is according to ESPN Channel anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Dan Graziano Net Worth
Graziano has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Dan Graziano Career
Dan has been working as a contributor, EAST blogger, and ESPN NFL Insider. He also provides live reports on Fantasy Football Now and Sunday NFL Countdown and joined the station in May 2008. As a blogger, Graziano reports on the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, and Washington Football Team.
Before ESPN, Graziano spent two years as a columnist, Reporter, and AOL Fanhouse Writer. Previously, in December 2007, Dan joined SportsNet New York and served as a Contributor. Dan was also a Baseball insider and analyst on Hot Stove show, Sports Nite, and Wheel House.
His career life began in the MLB and NFL as a Baseball Writer for The Palm Beach Post. Dan served for five years. He was a Florida Marlins beat writer between 1997 to 1999. Additionally, He spent more than nine years as a Baseball Writer at The Star-Ledger. Dan worked for four years from 2000 as a Yankees beat writer and from 2005 to 2008 was also a National Baseball Writer.