Rory Smith Biography
Rory Smith is an eminent American broadcaster, journalist, and author currently serving for The New York Times in the United States of America as the chief soccer correspondent. Smith took up the role in 2016. The journalist is located in Manchester, England and his TV appearances include Sky Sports Sunday Supplement
Rory covers all aspects of European soccer including the reality of life away from the spotlight and the glamour of the Champions League. He also serves on BBC Radio Five Live as a frequent guest. Formerly, the journalist served for The Independent, The Times, and The Daily Telegraph.
Rory Smith Age
Rory Smith was born in Yorkshire, Northern England, United Kingdom. However, he has not disclosed his exact date of birth and it’s therefore not possible to tell his exact age. Judging from his appearance, Rory is in his late 30s.
Rory Smith Height
Smith stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Rory Smith Family
Rory was born in Yorkshire, Northern England, United Kingdom. Despite his fame in the media industry, Smith has managed to keep a low profile about his parents and siblings. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear details.
Rory Smith Wife
Despite being a public figure, Rory has not shared any details regarding his love life status, however, we will update you on this part as soon as we have clear details about his marital status.
Rory Smith Salary
Rory earns an annual salary of $72,485 per year. This is according to The New York Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Rory Smith’s Net Worth
Rory Smith has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Rory Smith Career
Currently, Rory serves for The New York Times as the chief soccer correspondent. The journalist is located in Manchester, England. He covers all aspects of European soccer including the reality of life away from the spotlight and the glamour of the Champions League. Also, He has reported from three the Olympics, World Cups, and countless European tournaments.