Fran Charles is a well-known American Journalist presently working for MLB Network as a studio host. Previously, he served for NFL Network from 2006 to 2013. On March 9, 2013, is when Fran entered MLB station during the World Baseball Classic. Fran served as an NFL Total Access together with Rich Eisen when he entered NFL in 2006.
Fran Charles Age
Fran Charles was born in St. Louis, Missouri the United States on October 19, 1968, he is 53 years old.
Fran Charles Height
Charles stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx 1.77 m).
Fran Charles Family
Fran was born and brought up in St. Louis, Missouri in the United States of America by his supportive and protective parents. He prefers a private life when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any information concerning his siblings and parents hence their existence and occupations are not known.
Fran Charles Wife
Charles is not in any romantic relationship because he is concentrating on his professional career as a journalist. He is a secretive person and he has not disclosed any details concerning his previous relationships.
Fran Charles Education
He studied at John Burroughs School located in Ladue, Missouri, and thereafter joined Stanford University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication. Afterward, he enrolled at the Columbia School of Journalism where he earned a master’s degree in Journalism.
Fran Charles Salary
Fran receives an annual salary of $79,546 and this is according to MLB Network studio hosts’ salary.
Fran Charles’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars and his career as a studio host at MLB Network is the primary source of his income.
Fran Charles Career
Fran is presently working for MLB Network as a studio host. Previously, he served for NFL Network from 2006 to 2013. On March 9, 2013, is when Fran entered MLB station during the World Baseball Classic. Fran served as an NFL Total Access together with Rich Eisen when he entered NFL in 2006.
He was characterized as the primary host at EA Sports Madden NFL 10, of a show called “The Extra Point show” which airs a weekly recap of the lows and highs of a network-style show he served alongside Alex Flanagan.
Previously, he served for four years as a lead anchor for studio segments during PGA Tour events. Frequently, he served as a reporter and anchor on NBC Sports. Fran also anchored the weekend Sportsdesk show and provided live reports and interviews for NBA on NBC. Also, he worked in New York City at WNBC as a Sports Anchor.
Fran’s journalism career commenced in St. Louis, Missouri where he served at KSDK-TV as an assignment editor, overnight reporter, and news writer. After that, he served at WDTN as a weekend sports anchor in Dayton, Ohio for three years. Thereafter, he served as a weekend sports anchor at WHDH-TV located in Boston.
Also, he served for the HBO Sports series Boxing After Dark as the blow-by-blow announcer from 2000 to 2007. Fran also served at KO Nation, HBO Pay-Per-View Boxing, and World Championship Boxing.