Matt Barrie Biography
Matt Barrie is an American sportscaster now serving for ESPN’s SportsCenter. Barrie joined the show in 2013, March. Previous to joining ESPN, Matt covered high school sports for Dallas/Fort Worth station KXAS-TV. ln addition, Matt has also served as a sports broadcaster on radio as well as television in Columbia, South Carolina.
Barrie also currently is the pregame as well as a halftime show host for ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime with analysts Jesse Palmer and Joey Galloway. Moreover, Barrie is also a golf commentator for ESPN’s coverage of The Masters and PGA Championship.
Matt Barrie Age | Birthday
Matt (34 years old) was born in 1989, in Scottsdale, in the United States of America. However, details regarding his date of birth are not known, Barrie likes to keep his personal life matters away from the public eye thus making it difficult to know his exact date of birth. Although, this section will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Matt Barrie Height | Measurements
Barrie stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 173 cm). Further weighs 149 lbs in pounds (68 kgs). Additionally, Matt has Dark Brown hair and Black eyes. READ ALSO: Suzanne Stratford
Matt Barrie Family | Parents And Siblings
After doing our research concerning Family details of Matt, we found out that details about his parents are not known to the public and it is also not known if she has any siblings.
Matt Barrie Wife | Spouse
On 26th June 2019, the wedding bells rang for Matt. Barrie exchanged their wedding vows with Ashley Monts Barrie. The wedding ceremony was attended by a few friends and close relatives. Furthermore, Barrie dated Ashley for 9 years before getting married.
Matt Barrie Education
Barrie is a proud graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University
Matt Barrie ESPN
Matt who is a co-anchor of the noon ET weekday edition of SportsCenter, with Sage Steele joined ESPN in March 2013. Moreover to anchoring from the studio, Matt frequently hosts SportsCenter on the Road from different locations around the country, like college campuses on football season Saturday mornings, the Master’s Tournament, and more.
Barrie’s ESPN roles were expanded in 2019 as he was named studio host for college football Saturdays. In addition, Matt also calls some college football games on ESPN networks.
Before joining ESPN, Matt was an anchor/reporter at KXAS, and NBC5 in Dallas from 2008 to 2013 where he hosted weekend sportscasts, like Sunday’s Out of Bounds. Barrie also anchored live coverage of the Cowboys, Rangers as well as Mavericks, and was recognized with the 2010 national and regional RTDNA Edward R. Murrow Award, 5 Lonestar Emmy Awards, including Sports Reporter and Sportscast, and the “Salute to Excellence” NABJ Award.
Formerly, Matt was in Columbia, South Carolina where he served as sports anchor/reporter for WLTX-TV, and co-hosted the Matt and Tim Show on 1400-AM “The Team,” (2005-08). For WLTX, Barrie anchored weekday sportscasts, hosted the weekly Saturday Night Blitz as well as Gamecock Extra college football shows, and provided live coverage from the Independence Bowl (2005) and Liberty Bowl (2006).
Matt began his professional career in journalism at WJFW-TV in Wausau, Wisc. 2001 to 2002), where he was the network’s primary Green Bay Packers as well as Wisconsin Badgers reporter.
Matt Barrie Salary
Barrie receives a decent and handsome annual salary of about $40,000 to $ 120,000 from serving as an ESPN SportsCenter reporter.
Matt Barrie Carley McCord
Barrie was criticized after the death of Carley after referring to Carley’s death as a “distraction” ahead of the College Football Playoff semifinal in Atlanta.
Matt Barrie Net Worth
Matt has enjoyed a long professional career in the journalism industry spanning almost 3 decades. Through proceeds from Matt’s service as a sportscaster, he has been able to accumulate a decent fortune. In addition, Barrie is estimated to have a net worth of about $1 Million.