|Birth Name||Bryn Law|
|Famous Name||Bryn Law|
|Currently Working For||Sky Sports|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|University attended||University of London & University of Central Lancashire|
|Full Name||Bryn Law|
|Birth Date||23 June 1969|
Bryn Law reportedly earns around $100,000 or more, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2018, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $1 million. He is currently married and has 2 children with his wife.
Bryn Law was born on 23 June 1969, however, the information of his birthplace is still under the rock. He holds a Welsh nationality and belongs to White ethnic group. Further, the details about his parents, siblings, and early life has not been disclosed in the media yet.
Talking about his education, For his undergraduate degree( 1987- 1991), Law studied English and Drama at the University of London, achieving 2:1. Thereafter, law studied postgraduate journalism at the University of Central Lancashire( 1991- 1992).
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The Welsh sportscaster/anchor Bryn Law has an estimated net worth of $1 million who is yet to reach the level of Kerry Fraser, having net-worth over $10 million. As of 2019, the reporter receives an estimated annual salary of $100,000 from his successful reporting career with Sky Sports while Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville are among the highest earner of the network.
As a regular Sky Sports reporter, he receives a decent amount of salary from the network. Additionally, he is also an Author of many books, earning a decent royalty which certainly adds up to his net worth.
In addition. with the experience of over 25 years, he managed to get the immense popularity in the broadcasting world. Further, he was also associated with various another network, earning a decent salary and collecting a massive net worth from the earnings.
He currently works as a Regional reporter for Yorkshire, Wales' national team, Soccer Saturday reporter, and Sky Sports' touchline reporter.
Apart from his commentating job, Law owns two companies, Tagg Media, a media training firm and Odd job Promotions, a promotional service for music.
His two books, Zombie Nation Awakes and Don't Take Me Home, deal with building up and his experience at the 2016 European Championships. His writings were so popular that he participated in book signings in Wales as a tribute to his friend, Gary Speed.
Law is also co-owner of Wrexham AFC. He was also Chairman of the Wrexham AFC Supporters Trust, but in January 2017 resigned.
Exploring his personal life, he is a married man and currently married to his wife Rachel. Except for the fact that he is married, there aren't any other details about his wife. However, the couple is blessed with two daughters. His elder daughter Megan also supports his in his works.
Surprise birthday party thrown for my daughter by her pals. House full of glamorous young people. They’ve set up decks in the kitchen, I’m upstairs, patiently awaiting the inevitable request to come down and play some bangers.... anytime soon.... ready, when the call comes.. ??
— Bryn (@BrynLaw) January 25, 2019
Further, he currently resides in Leeds with his wife and daughters. In addition, there aren't any rumors about his past affairs, rumors, and relationship in the media.