Shea Serrano Biography
Shea Serrano is a prominent American journalist, former teacher, and author. Shea attained fame for his work with the sports, The Ringer and Grantland, and pop culture websites. He is also popularly known as the author of books including The Rap Year Book, Basketball (and Other Things). He also wrote another book titled Movies (and Other Things).
Shea went to Houston after graduating from Sam Houston State University and started to work in construction. He later became a middle-school science teacher at a Title 1 school located in Houston.
Shea Serrano Age
Shea Serrano was born on 1st June 1981, in San Antonio, Texas, United States. He is 41 years old.
Shea Serrano Height
Shea is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Shea Serrano Family
Shea Serrano was born on 1st June 1981, to his caring father and supportive mother in San Antonio, Texas, United States of America. He was brought up in the neighborhood of Valley Hi. Nevertheless, Shea has not brought to light any information in regard to his parents and siblings.
Shea Serrano Education
After attaining his high school diploma, he later furthered his studies at Sam Houston State University. While there, Shea started as a criminal justice major. Moreover, Shea in due course switched to psychology and attained a degree in the same. While still a college student, he was in Omega Delta Phi.
Shea Serrano Wife
Shea is married to his better half named Larami Serrano. The pair met each other while in college in 2000. The pair is blessed with three sons whom they have nicknamed Boy A, Boy B, and the Baby. At the moment, the family resides in Houston, Texas with their French bulldog called Younger Jeezy.
Shea Serrano Salary
He earns a decent salary of $68,362 per year. This is in accordance with The Ringers staff writers’ salaries.
Shea Serrano’s Net Worth
Shea Serrano has amassed a good wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $7 million.
Shea Serrano Career
Shea began writing in 2007 as a way to boost his family’s income. The writing started after Shea’s wife became pregnant with their twins and was put on bed rest. He freelanced for the Houston Press following in-a-nutshell writing for the Near Northwest Banner. Shea decided to overwhelmingly write about hip-hop. Shea made the decision after noticing that most of the writers wrote about rock music only in spite of the fact that Houston is a fundament of southern rap music.
Shea wrote the first piece for the Granland which was with reference to gift shopping alongside the rapper 2 Chainz. In July of 2015, Shea joined the full-time Grantland staff. Later, in July 2016, he moved to Bill Simmons’ new entertainment platform known as The Ringer with much of the Grantland team. Furthermore, he has written for MTV, Vice, XXL, Rolling Stone, LA Weekly, GQ, and ESPN.