Gary Tanguay is an eminent American journalist, author, and actor currently working at WEEI Sports Radio as a Sports Radio Talk Show Host.
In December, He joined the station. Tanguay is also a self-employed Screenwriter and Novelist since 1998. Before joining WEEI, Gary served at NBC Sports Boston as a Talk Show Host and Anchor for over 20 years.
Gary Tanguay Age
Gary was born in Rumford, Maine, in the United States, on May 25, 1964. He is 58 years old.
Gary Tanguay Height
Tanguay stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Gary Tanguay Education
Upon attaining his high school diploma, Gary joined the University of Maine in 1982 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Speech Communication matriculating in 1986.
Gary Tanguay Family
Gary was born in Rumford, Maine, in the United States to his supportive father and mother. He grew up in Fryeburg with his father and mother Bertha who in 2000 died. Tanguay has a pretty sister called Marie.
Gary Tanguay Wife
He is happily hitched to his talented and hardworking wife called Randi in 1998. The duo has three children two pretty daughters August and Harper and a handsome son called Van. His children enjoy tickets to some of his sports event covers.
Gary Tanguay Salary
Gary’s annual salary is $79,150 per year. This is according to WEEI News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Gary Tanguay Net Worth
Tanguay has an approximate net worth of $2 Million
Gary Tanguay Career
He serves at WEEI Sports Radio as the Sports Radio Talk Show Host. In December 2020, Gary joined the station. Tanguay is also a self-employed Screenwriter and Novelist since 1998.
is a Professional Voice-Over Artist and Actor at Tanguay Productions’ cast of Don’t Look Up, Knives Out, Chappaquiddick. Moreover, Gary had a casting role along with Peter Dinklage and Rosamund Pike in I Care A Lot.
Before joining WEEI, Tanguay served at NBC Sports Boston as a Talk Show Host and Anchor for over 20 years. During his tenure at NBC Sports Boston, Gary was the Boston Celtics Pre and Postgame shows as host of sports talk. Previously, Gary served at 98.5 The Sports Hub as Radio Talk Show Host.
His career started at WBZ | CBS Boston in May 1998 as a Sports Anchor and Reporter. In addition, Gary reported Sox, Bruins, Celtics, and Patriots games and anchored evening sportscasts. He served at the station for two years and two months until June 2000.