Wayne Larrivee Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Packers
Wayne Larrivee Biography
Wayne Larrivee is an illustrious American journalist and sportscaster. Presently, he works for the Green Bay Packers on the Packers Radio Network as the radio play-by-play voice. He works together with color commentator Larry McCarren and calls college basketball and football and basketball for the Big Ten Network on television.
He also worked together with Chicago sports as the voice of the Chicago Bears and as the voice of the Chicago Cubs. In addition, he has worked for Compass Media Networks’ select game coverage of NCAA Men’s College Basketball as a guest host of play-by-play.
Wayne Larrivee Age
Wayne Larrivee was born in Lee, Massachusetts, United States. He hasnt revealed out his exact date and day of birth, will update this section soon.
Wayne Larrivee Height
Wayne stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.72 m tall.
Wayne Larrivee Education
Wayne studied and graduated with a degree in mass communications from Emerson College in Boston in 1977.
Wayne Larrivee Family
Wayne has managed to keep off details on his parents and siblings from the media, soon as we have detailed information, will fill out this section.
Wayne Larrivee Wife
Wayne is happily married to Julie, and the duo stays in Grafton, Wis., with their two kids. When free, Wayne works in Wisconsin and several other states as the voice of the Badger Mutual Insurance Sports Minute. Addittionally, he works for Green Bay Packers games as the voice of the Badger Mutual Insurance “In the Tunnel.”
Wayne Larrivee Salary
Wayne annually earns a salary of $96,354.
Wayne Larrivee Net Worth
Wayne’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Wayne Larrivee Career
Wayne works for the Green Bay Packers on the Packers Radio Network as the radio play-by-play voice. He works together with color commentator Larry McCarren and calls college basketball and football for the Big Ten Network on television. He began his career in 1975 at KGRO Radio in Pampa, Texas. Then he worked at KSTT Radio in Davenport, Iowa where he announced the University of Iowa football games.
He also worked for the Kansas City Chiefs on KCMO radio as a play-by-play from 1978 to 1984. Then he got a job as the radio voice for the Chicago Bears from the 1985 to 1998 NFL season. The subsequent year, he took over as the voice of the Packers. Before, he worked for the Chicago Bulls for WGN-TV for seventeen seasons as the television play-by-play announcer.