Ryen Russillo is a popular American sports host and journalist who presently serves as the host of the 2nd biggest American F1 Podcast based in the United States, for The Ringer, as well as for Spotify. Before that, he served at ESPN as a host of a popular radio show.
From 2009 to 2017, he co-hosted a show on ESPN Radio which was an afternoon show. Apart from that, he co-hosted a show together with Scott Van Pelt called The Scott Van Pelt Show from 2009 to 2015 which afterward was renamed SVP & Russillo, and also after Scott Van Pelt left it was named The Russillo Show.
He hosted the show together with Danny Kanell and the name of the show changed to Russillo and Kanel which was from 2015 to 2017.
Ryen Russillo Age
Ryen Russillo was born in West Tisbury, Massachusetts United States, on August 5, 1975, and he’s 46 years of age.
Ryen Russillo Height
Russillo stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 4 in (Approx. 1.93 m).
Ryen Russillo Family
Ryen was born and brought up in West Tisbury, Massachusetts United States, on August 5, by his loving and protective parents. He prefers private life where he has not shared any details concerning his parents and siblings hence it’s not known if he has siblings.
Ryen Russillo Wife
Ryen prefers a private life where he has not disclosed any details regarding his marital status hence it’s not known if he is single, dating, married, or has any kids.
Ryen Russillo Education
He joined the University of Vermont where he graduated in 1997. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon when he was still at the University. He as well served at WCAX located in Burlington as an intern.
Ryen Russillo Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $145,150 and this is according to Podcast hosts’ salaries.
Ryen Russillo’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars and his career as a host is the primary source of his wealth.
Ryen Russillo Career
Via his Twitter account, he made it clear that he will leave ESPN that was on August 5, 2019, and join The Ringer where he would serve as a full-time media personality. He served at ESPN as a host of a popular radio show for several years before that.
Ryen has hosted several shows such as ESPN Radio College GameDay, and NBA Sunday The Baseball Show on ESPN Radio in the 2008 season. In addition, he served for The Doug Gottlieb Show as a fill-in host and for GameNight as a frequent host, and also together with Jason Smith for All Night.
He as well served together with Mike Winn, Kevin Winter, Jon Anik, and Anthony Pepe at Sporting News Radio affiliate WWZN based in Boston, Massachusetts as a host of The Die Hards from Mid 2003 – 2005. Also in Boston, Massachusetts, he post-game and pre-game on WBCN for the New England Patriots. He was allowed to leave after John Dennis of WEEI threatened him with a voicemail.
Wright Thompson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, ESPN
Katie Krause Bio, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Salary, Net Worth, Extra
Monica Madden Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KXAN-TV