Noah Eagle Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Los Angeles Clippers
Noah Eagle Biography
Noah Eagle is an American sports journalist presently working for the Los Angeles Clippers as a play-by-play announcer on radio and held the same role as an NFL Wild Card Game for Nickelodeon’s coverage. Before, Noah served at the past two Jr. NBA Global Championships as a sideline reporter on Fox Sports and has also served for the ACC Network and the Tennis Channel as a studio host and play-by-play announcer.
Noah Eagle Age
Noah was born in Essex Fells, New Jersey, in the United States, in 1997. He is 24 years old.
Noah Eagle Height
Eagle stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Noah Eagle Family
He was born and brought up by his caring and loving parents Ian Eagle and Alisa Eagle in Essex Fells, New Jersey to his parents. His father serves as an American sports announcer who now calls games on TBS, CBS, TNT, NFL, as well as NBA. Noah has a sibling called Erin. In addition, his father calls the French Open tennis for Tennis Channel and Brooklyn Nets games on the YES Network.
Noah Eagle Wife
Noah has managed to keep his life private away from the spotlight regarding his marital status, though, a review is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available whether he is dating, single, or married. During his free time, Noah enjoys hiking, touring, watching sports as well as spending time with his family members.
Noah Eagle Salary
Noah receives an annual salary of $60,747per year. This is according to Los Angeles Clippers anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Noah Eagle Net Worth
Eagle has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Noah Eagle Career
Noah has already built a solid resume, lacrosse games on SU’s WAER (88.3), football as well as calling Syracuse basketball, where He also served as sports director. Noah serves on both ACC channels and ESPNU as a host for SiriusXM and has reported for NBA Entertainment and Summer League G League Winter Showcase. He has also served at the past two Jr. NBA Global Championships as a sideline reporter and studio host and play-by-play announcer on Fox Sports.