Marc Stein Biography
Marc Stein is an eminent American Sports reporter presently serving for The New York Times as the national NBA writer. Before New York Times, Stein served for over fifteen years at ESPN as a sports writer and reporter. During his free time, He enjoys reading, writing, traveling, a well as watching sports.
Marc Stein Age
Marc was born in the United States of America, though, he has not disclosed any details regarding his age, date, and year of birth. Therefore, his exact age is under review and will be updated as soon as confirmed.
Marc Stein Height
Stein stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches/ approx. 1.72 m tall.
Marc Stein Family
Despite being a public figure, Marc has managed to keep his life private away from the spotlight regarding his father, mother, and siblings. Though, research information concerning this part is in progress and will be updated as soon as available to the media now remains a mystery.
Marc Stein Wife
Marc is a married man to his beautiful, supportive, and loving wife whose identity remains unavailable to the media. Despite being married for several years, whether they share any children remains unknown. This piece of information shall be updated as soon as he shares the details with the public regarding the matter.
Marc Stein Salary
Marc receives an annual salary of $87,380. This is in accordance with The New York Times anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Marc Stein Net Worth
Stein has an approximate net worth of $1 million to $5 million U.S dollars.
Marc Stein Career
At the moment, Marc serves for The New York Times as the national NBA writer. Previously, He served for over fifteen years at ESPN as a sports reporter and writer. Before joining ESPN, Marc worked for more than five years in Texas at The Dallas Morning News as an NBA writer.
Additionally, Stein has served as an NBA writer for different networks including San Bernardino Sun, The Orange County Register, and The Washington Post. During the onset of his career, He covered Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers. During the onset of his career, Stein also covered soccer. Since 2011 He has co-hosted the Soccer Today show which aired on KESN, an ESPN affiliate radio station.