Paul Severino Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, MLB Network

Paul Severino
Paul Severino

Paul Severino Biography

Paul Severino is a popular American journalist. Currently, Severino works as a sportscaster and a studio host appearing across MLB Network’s programming such as  Front Burner, MLB Tonight, and MLB Network’s Emmy Award-winning daily studio show. Earlier, he served for ESPN working as an ESP News anchor as well as a host across ESPN’s programming such as “SportsCenter” on ESPN America and ESPNews.

Paul Severino Age

Paul Severino was born on October 5, 1983, in Bristol, Connecticut, United States of America. He is around 38 years.

Paul Severino Height

He is a man of above-average height. Paul stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches (approximately 1.75 m).

Paul Severino Family

Severino was born to her loving and caring parents and brought up in Bristol, Connecticut, United States of America. Nevertheless, his parents’ and siblings’ details are unavailable and we will update you once we have detailed details about them.

Paul Severino Wife

He is a popular Sportscaster and Sports commentator for MLB Network, nonetheless, Paul is a confidential person and has managed to keep information concerning her love life away from the public eye. Regardless, we are keeping tabs and we will update you once we have exact details concerning his marital status.

Paul Severino Education

Following his graduation from high school, Paul attended and thereafter graduated from Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Paul Severino Salary

Severino receives an annual average salary of $123,564. This is according to MLB Network anchors’/reporters’ salaries.

Paul Severino’s Net Worth

Severino has an estimated net worth of  $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.

Paul Severino Career

Severino is a host for MLB Network and a sportscaster appearing across MLB Network’s programming such as MLB Network’s Emmy Award-winning daily studio show,  Hot Stove, Front Burner, and MLB Tonight. In 2018, he was employed by Bally Sports Florida as the new TV play-by-play voice of the Miami Marlins.

Before joining MLB Network in January 2011, he served as a host and anchor across ESPN’s programming including “SportsCenter” and  ESPNews on ESPN America from October 2005 to 2011. While there, he served for ESPN America as a co-anchor and anchored the channel’s first episode of Sportcenter.

Further, he anchored ESPN3.com halftime shows for NBA and NCAA football games. The football games hosted NFL programs on “Fantasy Focus” MLB and ESPN.com daily. IN 2008 and 2009, he also worked for Pop Warner Championships at Disney’s Wide World of Sport as a play-by-play announcer.
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