Maggie Gray Biography
Maggie Gray is a well-known American journalist. She is presently the co-host of the CBS Sports Radio Network’s Moose and Maggie Show, which can be heard on over 200 radio stations around the country. In January 2022, she will join CBS Sports radio. She also serves as the primary anchor for all of SI.com’s digital video coverage.
She previously worked at WFAN in 2017. He was a regular on the show “CMB” alongside Chris Carlin and Bart Scott. His show took over Mike Francesa’s afternoon drive-time slot, then shifted to middays after Francesa announced his retirement.
Maggie Gray Age
Maggie was born in Binghamton, New York, in the USA in 1980. She is 42 years old.
Maggie Gray Height
Maggie stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Maggie Gray Family
Maggie was born in 1980 in Binghamton, New York, to loving and supportive parents. Even though she has not provided any information about her parents or siblings.
Maggie Gray’s Husband
Maggie is happily married to Andrew Bennett, a caring and supporting spouse. She prefers to keep her personal life private, so she has not disclosed anything about her spouse Andrew. As a result, it is unknown whether the couple had children or not.
Maggie Gray Education
Maggie attended George Washington University after finishing primary and secondary school. Later on, she graduated from George Washington University earning a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Maggie Gray Salary
Maggie earns an annual salary of $ 69,908.
Maggie Gray’s Net Worth
Maggie’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Maggie Gray Career
Maggie is currently the primary anchor for all digital video content on SI.com. As the anchor of SI NOW, Sports Illustrated’s daily live show, she interviews the biggest and most prominent personalities in sports and entertainment, including league MVPs, Hall of Famers, general managers, coaches, actors, comedians, musicians, and many more. She also hosts the weekly show Pro Football NOW and has hosted live second-screen’ broadcasts of the NFL and NBA Drafts. She covers all of the main news stories in the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, college basketball, MMA, boxing, and Olympic sports for SI… Sometimes it all happens on the same day!
She also co-hosts the Moose and Maggie Show on the CBS Sports Radio Network, which can be heard on over 200 radio stations around the country. She previously worked for the MSG Network, ESPN-U, and MLB.com as a host, reporter, and play-by-play announcer. She has covered the NBA and MLB for Westwood One/CBS Radio Sports, and she was a Westwood One producer for both the Athens and Turin Olympics. She also covered the Washington Nationals’ debut season for the Associated Press.