Tony Reali Salary Today, Net Worth 2024 , Wife, Kids, Parents, Bio, Age, Career, ESPN

Tony Reali  Bio

Tony Reali (born July 4, 1978) is an American sports journalist and television host. Presently, he works for ESPN as the host of the Around the Horn sports talk show. He was the statistician for Pardon the Interruption from 2001 until the end of 2014. It was announced in April 2014 that Tony would start contributing to Good Morning America on social media on October 8, 2014.

The ATH face Equipped with mute buttons and a scoring joystick, Reali has hosted more than 3,500 episodes of debates centered around game shows since 2004. Along with being a mainstay of ESPN’s on-air lineup and one of the network’s most adored faces for a whole generation of sports fans, Tony also appeared on the network’s Pardon the Interruption from 2001 to 2014.

Tony Reali  Salary 2024

Reali salary is $110 thousand every year and gets a monthly salary of $27,870,he is an American journalist working for ESPN.

Year Salary Per Year Salary Per Month
2023 $0.1 million $27,867
2024 $0.1 million $26,128
2025 $0.195 million $28,969
2026 $0.191 million $29,520
2027 $0.189 million $28,035

Tony Reali  Net Worth 2024

Reali  is estimated to have a net worth of $2 million at present according to Celebrity Net Worth. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in.

Year Net Worth
2023 $2 Million
2024 $2.1 Million
2025 $2.3 Million
2026 $2.8 Million
2027 $3 Million

Tony Reali  Wife, Is Tony Reali Married?

Reali is happily married to his beloved wife Samiya Edwards. The lovely couple walked down the aisle in 2008 and later welcomed a baby girl called Francesca Zahra Reali. Tony and Samiya were expecting twin boys in June 2018, but sadly, their son Amadeo passed away during delivery. A few weeks ahead of schedule, Enzo, the other son, was born.

How old is Tony Reali? Tony Reali Age

Reali was born on 4th July 1978, in Staten Island, New York, United States of America. As of 2024 he is 46 years old. He celebrates his birthday every year with his family and close friends.

Year 2024 2025
Tony Reali Age 46 years 47 years

Tony Reali  Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Reali stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 9 inches(1.75 m, 175 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 80kg (180lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

By maintaining this height and weight, he demonstrates a dedication to maintaining a healthy balance in his life, which can contribute to his overall well-being and quality of life. These physical attributes are a reflection of his choices and commitment to a lifestyle that values both physical and mental health.

Tony Reali  Parents

Reali entered the world on Staten Island, New York, marking the beginning of a life that would unfold against the backdrop of Italian-American heritage. His roots in this vibrant and diverse community set the stage for the cultural influences that would shape his identity.

Although born in Staten Island, Reali’s formative years were spent traversing the landscapes of New Jersey, specifically within the welcoming confines of Marlboro Township. We tried to learn more about his family, but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public. Therefore, it is still unknown who his parents are. Furthermore, it is unknown if he has any siblings. Once the information is available, we will update this section.

Tony Reali  Education

In 1996, Reali graduated from Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft, New Jersey, with a high school diploma. Tony afterwards enrolled at Fordham University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Communication.

Tony Reali  Career

Reali worked as a sportscaster for WFUV 90.7 FM in The Bronx, New York, prior to joining ESPN. He served as the host of One on One, the longest-running sports call-in program in New York City, and the voice of Fordham basketball and football from 1997 to 2000. He covered the New York Yankees, Mets, Giants, and Jets as a station beat reporter. He wrote sportscasts for WB 11’s evening news from 2000 to 2001. Reali contributed a weekly fantasy football piece to the Philadelphia Inquirer in 2009.

In 2000, Reali began working for ESPN as a writer and researcher for 2 Minute Drill. In October 2001, he began working for Pardon the Interruption as a “Stat Boy,” correcting and fact-checking hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon at the conclusion of each show.

Additionally, Tony’s popularity led to his appearance on Tony Kornheiser’s radio show every day for a segment called “Preview the Interruption,” where he would talk about what was going to happen on PTI later that afternoon. He eventually started being referred to by his true name by Tony and Wilbon instead of just “Stat Boy” after he started hosting Around the Horn and his fame began to soar.

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