- Date of Birth
- Age 49 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Birth Name Clay Matvick
- Net Worth $12 million
- Currently Married yes
- Birth Country Saint Cloud, Minnesota
- Married to Lindsay
- Famous Name Clay Matvick
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity white
- Current City Minnesota
- Profession play-by-play announcer
- Currently Club ABC and ESPN
- Show play-by-play of college football, college basketball, hockey, baseball, softball
Clay Matvick is a famous sportscaster currently working for ABC and ESPN. Known for his appearance in play-by-play of college football, college basketball, hockey, baseball, and softball. Clay Matvick is working for the show since 2006.
The resident of Minnesota reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $12 million. He is happily married to his wife Lindsay Matvik.
Clay Matvick Early Life and Educational History
Clay Matvick was born on August 12, 1973, in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group.
In addition, the details about his parents and siblings are not available yet. Moreover, In 1996, Matvick graduated from St. Cloud State University with a Mass Communications Degree.
Clay Matvick Net worth and Salary
Clay Matvick is one of the most popular ABC and ESPN anchors who have made a successful career as a sports anchorman. As ABC and ESPN are a popular Sports Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters.
As Clay Matvick is a regular ABC and ESPN anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network. Currently, the details about his salary are not in the media yet.
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The American sportscaster/anchor Clay Matvick has an estimated net worth of $12 million. Further, ABC and ESPN reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too.
Apart from his career earnings, Clay's asset includes a beautiful home in Minnesota.
Clay Matvick Professional Career
Since 2006, Clay Matvick has called for events for ABC and ESPN networks. Matvick started his broadcasting career in Princeton, Minnesota. He worked as a weekend sports anchor in different stations in Minnesota, KDLT in South Dakota, and KMTV in Nebraska from 1990 to 1999.
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Matvick was hired in 1999 as an anchor for CNN Sports Illustrated in Atlanta, where he worked until 2001. After leaving CNNSI, Matvick worked in Minneapolis from 2001 to 2005 for Fox Sports Net North.
Matvick has called the Men's NIT, the NCAA Women's Basketball Championship, the NCAA Baseball Championship, the NCAA Softball Super Regionals and the Little League World Series in recent years.
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He worked with Anthony Becht during the 2014 college football season. Further, he has won several regional Emmys for his play-by-play of the Minnesota High School Hockey Tournament.
Clay Matvick Personal Life
Clay is happily married to his wife, Lindsay Matvik. Further, the pair is blessed with a son and two daughters.
Apart from professional life, he is pretty famous on social media, having 2,241 followers on Twitter. Further, the couple along with their children currently resides in Minnesota.