Mark Neely Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Mark Neely Biography
Mark Neely is a Journalist and news sportscaster currently serving since 2010 as a play-by-play announcer for College Basketball on ESPN, NBA on ESPN, and ESPN College Football. Prior to ESPN, Mark served for two years for San Diego Padres baseball as a TV Play-By-Play announcer. Additionally, Neely is an Alumnus of Kansas University.
Mark Neely Age
Mark was born in St. Louis, Missouri in the United States. He is around 56 years old, although details concerning his date and year of birth remain unknown. We will update this as soon as we get clear information regarding the age he was born.
Mark Neely Height
Neely stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.74 m tall.
Mark Neely Education
He attended Parkway West High School for his high school diploma. The school also produced some broadcasters like Stone Phillips and Chip Caray. He later joined graduated with Delta Sigma Phi from Missouri University in Columbia in 1985. Mark later attended the University of Kansas and pursued a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism graduating in 1987.
Mark Neely Family
Mark is a well-known news sportscaster, He likes to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings, though, research information is in progress and will be updated.
Mark Neely Wife
He is married to his pretty wife Christine Neely. The couple is blessed with a son called Trevor born in 2002.
Mark Neely Salary
Mark earns an annual salary of $ 67,654. This is according to ESPN anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Mark Neely Net worth
Neely has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Mark Neely Career
He is currently working since 2010 as a play-by-play announcer for College Basketball on ESPN, NBA on ESPN, and ESPN College Football. Before ESPN, Mark served for two years for San Diego Padres baseball as a TV Play-By-Play announcer.
His early career started at the Minor League teams where he served as a television and radio play-by-play voice for various stations like Springfield (IL) Cardinals, Tulsa Drillers, Boise Hawks, Louisville Redbirds, as well as Salem Avalanche
In addition, Mark 2001 joined the ESPN station where he landed a job serving for six years as TV Play-By-Play Announcer. He reported on Major League Baseball and College Football-Basketball-Baseball. Mark also served as the play-by-play announcer for the Diving National & men’s Championships in 2006 and 2007.