Are you Looking for Sean McDonough Age, Birthday, Height, Net Worth, Family, Salary, Weight etc..? Find the latest complete information. Sean McDonough was born on May 13, 1962, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He is an American sportscaster, currently employed by ESPN. He is known for covering the World Series, NCAA Final Four, the Olympic Games and all four major golf championships and much more throughout his career.
Sean McDonough Age:
56 years 4 months
Sean McDonough Birthday:
May 13, 1962
|Birth Place:||Boston, Massachusetts, United States|
Sean McDonough Height:
5 feet 6 inches
Sean McDonough Net Worth:
Who is Sean McDonough?
Sean McDonough is an American sportscaster, currently employed by ESPN. He is known for covering the World Series, NCAA Final Four, the Olympic Games and all four major golf championships and much more throughout his career.
Sean McDonough’s Early life, Childhood, and Education
Sean McDonough was born on May 13, 1962, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He is the son of Boston Globe sportswriter Will McDonough. He has quite a large some family of siblings, two brothers Ryan McDonough and Terry McDonough and Erin and Cara McDonough.
He graduated from Syracuse University in 1984. It was in Syracuse where he started his telecom profession in 1982 as the play-by-play host for the Syracuse Chiefs of the International League. Four years subsequent to moving on from Syracuse, he started broadcasting Boston Red Sox diversions on WSBK-TV in Boston with previous Red Sox catcher Bob Montgomery. He was an Ivy League football commentator for PBS. He was a sideline journalist from 1984 to 1985 and a play-by-play broadcaster from 1986 to 1987.
Sean McDonough’s Career, Salary, and Net worth
During his Career, he has been with ESPN since 1989 but before working for ESPN. He provided commentary for sporting broadcasts, which include men’s and women’s college basketball, The Masters and PGA Championship, US Open Tennis, and the NFL. Working for 10 NCAA men’s basketball tournaments, and he contributed to CBS’ cover of the Olympic Winter Games.
Spending a total of 10 years at CBS Sports and was the lead college football play-by-play announcer from 1997 until 1999 also being the announcer for the Boston Red Sox. Radio is one of his best work he has done NFL games for ESPN Radio from 2013 until 2015. He has replaced Mike Tirico on ESPN as lead announcer for Monday Night Football.
Sports Illustrated named Sean the Broadcast Team of the Year in the annual SI Media Awards. He is also the president of the “Sean McDonough Charitable Foundation,” with nearly given nearly $3 million to 129 children’s charities. He recently signed a new contract in 2016 of May for the role MNF lead announcer.
He has a net worth of $2 million but salary is still unidentified.
Sean McDonough’s Rumors and Controversies
Currently, there are no desperate rumors regarding his personal and professional life. It seems he is doing best job without harming others and has been a straight person in his life, for which he has not been in any controversy yet.