Ryan Dunleavy Biography
Ryan Dunleavy is an eminent American journalist and reporter currently serving at the New York Post in South Orange Village, New Jersey as an NFL reporter. In October 2019, he joined the New York Post coming from NJ.com where he served as a Rutgers beat writer and New York Giant reporter for three years.
Ryan Dunleavy Age
Ryan was born in the United States. He is around 39 years old. However, he likes to keep his details private, therefore, his exact age, date, and year of birth are not known to the public. We will update you on this section as soon as Ryan shares clear facts about his age.
Ryan Dunleavy Height
Dunleavy stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7 m).
He attended Whippany Park High School and Memorial Junior School where he graduated in 2001. Later, Ryan enrolled at the University of Rutgers and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Media Studies in 2005.
Ryan Dunleavy Family
He was born and raised by his caring parents in the United States. Dunleavy belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Information regarding his parents and/or siblings is not available at the moment and we will update you on this part as soon as he shares the details.
Ryan Dunleavy Wife
Dunleavy is a young man who enjoys his life and career, but, he likes to keep his love life status private. Therefore, it is not known to the public whether Ryan is dating, single, or married. This part will be updated as soon as we get clear information regarding her relationship status.
Ryan Dunleavy Salary
Ryan’s average salary is $75,577. This is according to New York Post anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Ryan Dunleavy’s Net Worth
Dunleavy has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Ryan Dunleavy Career
Ryan serves at the New York Post in South Orange Village, New Jersey as an NFL reporter. In October 2019, He joined the post coming from NJ.com where he served for three years as a New York Giant reporter and from Jul 2016 to Jan 2018 as a Rutgers beat writer. Previously, he served at New Jersey Press Media as a reporter and blogger where he generated content ideas that appealed to specific audiences.
He also wrote features, daily news, and enterprise stories spanning several subjects for print and website. Before that, Ryan was working at John Wiley and Sons as a production assistant and at The Daily Targum, Rutgers University student newspaper as an associate sports editor. While at John Wiley and Sons, Dunleavy initiated the production process of 13 journals in Manuscript Central and communicated with agents, authors, and other outside sources.