Mark Bradley Biography
Mark Bradley is a prominent American Sports writer from Mableton, Georgia, United States of America currently working for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) as a Sports columnist. He has been serving for the journal for almost 4 decades, since March 1984. Prior to joining the journal, Mark worked for Lexington Herald-Leader as a Sportswriter and columnist for 6 years 3 months from January 1978 until March 1984.
Mark Bradley Age
Mark Bradley was born in the United States. He may be around 65 years old, although, Mark has not disclosed his birthday details, and it’s therefore, impossible to notify his exact age.
Mark Bradley Height
Mark is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches (Approx 1.83m).
Mark Bradley Family
Mark Bradley was born to his caring father and supportive mother in the United States of America. Nevertheless, Mark has not brought to light any information with respect to his parents and siblings to the public.
Mark Bradley Education
In 1974, he attended the University of Kentucky where he graduated with a BGS in the year 1977.
Mark Bradley Wife
Despite being a public figure, the University of Kentucky graduate likes to keep his private life away from the public probably to avoid unnecessary public attention. However, Mark has not divulged any information with respect to his marital status.
Mark Bradley Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $71,268 per year. This is according to Atlanta Journal-Constitution Sports columnists’ salaries.
Mark Bradley Net Worth
Mark Bradley has managed to garner good affluence in her career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Mark Bradley Career
At the moment, he works for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) as a Sports columnist. He has been serving for the journal for almost 4 decades, since March 1984. Prior to joining the journal, Mark worked for Lexington Herald-Leader as a Sportswriter and columnist for 6 years 3 months from January 1978 until March 1984.
He finished in the top 10 four times for columns and two times for features in the Associated Press Sports Editors writing contest. In 1985, he received the APSE award at the highest circulation level for best columns. He has finished in the top five eight times and also won for best feature in the U.S. Basketball Writers Association writing contest.
Moreover, he won the Best of Cox award for sports columns. The Sportswriters Association and National Sportscasters have named him the Georgia Sportswriter of the Year. In 2015, Mark was inducted into the U.S. Basketball Writers Association Hall of Fame.