Bill Plaschke is a popular American multi-award author and journalist currently serving for Los Angeles Times since 1996 as a sports columnist. He often appears for Around the Horn as a panelist on ESPN during his career as a sports writer. He is a survivor of Covid-19.
Bill Plaschke Age
Bill Plaschke was born on September 6, 1958, in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States, he is 64 years of age.
Bill Plaschke Height
Plaschke stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in ( approx 1.75m ).
Bill Plaschke Family
Bill was born and brought up by his supportive parents in Louisville, Kentucky, in the USA. His mother is named Mary Margaret who graduated when she was 55 years old with a degree in business. His mother sold real estate till when she was 75 years old. He has not revealed any information concerning his father and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Bill Plaschke Wife
Despite being a popular journalist he prefers a private life when it comes to his love affairs hence it is not known if he has any kids, is married, single, divorced, or is dating.
Bill Plaschke Education
Bill studied at St. Albert the Great Elementary School based in Louisville and later transferred to Ballard High School, afterward, he joined Baylor University located in Waco, Texas as a freshman and later went to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville where in 1980 he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications.
Bill Plaschke Salary
Bill receives an annual average salary of $100,000 and this is according to L.A. Times sports columnists’ salary.
Bill Plaschke Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2.2 million US dollars and his career as a sports columnist at L.A. Times is the primary source of his income.
Bill Plaschke Career
Since 1996, he has been serving for L.A. Times as a sports columnist. In 1989, he began serving as a writer for Los Angeles Times when he was assigned to the Los Angeles Dodgers with reporting where the Society of Professional Journalists named him the columnist of the year twice, and the Associated Press named him eight times as the national sports columnist of the year.
Bill for the National Headliner Award is a recipient and also Justice Award from the California Women’s Law Center is Pursuit. He often appears for Around the Horn as a panelist on ESPN during his career as a sports writer.
Prior to that, he serves in Fort Lauderdale and Seattle as a reporter. From 1989 to 1996, he provided coverage for the Los Angeles Dodgers prior to serving as a sports columnist for L.A. Times.