|Date of Birth:||1948, June 9|
|Age:||72 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Gary Thorne|
|Birth Place||Bangor, Maine|
|Famous Name||Gary Thorne|
|Net Worth||$ 2.5|
|Currently Working For||MASN|
|University attended||Georgetown Law School|
Gary Thorne is a famous play-by-play announcer currently working for MASN since 2007. He has also worked for ABC and ESPN in National Hockey League, college football, Major League Baseball, and the Frozen Four hockey tournament. He is also engaged with World Wrestling Entertainment as a narrator for the WrestleMania Rewind show on WWE Network.
Gary Thorne, reportedly earns around $55 thousand, as his yearly salary from the network, and as of 2019, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $2.5 million.
The American play-by-play commentator Gary Thorne has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $55k from his successful reporting career with MASN.
Further, he also receives an added sum of money working as an announcer and play-by-play commentator for various other sports events.
Gary Thorne is married and has a daughter and this is the only information out about Gary's personal life. He has kept details regarding his wife, children, and his family away from the media at large.
From a few sources, it is known that his daughter is married because his son-in-law Damian DiGiulian is mentioned in some published reports.
He doesn't seem to be active on social media as he has no Twitter and Instagram.
Gary Thorne was born on June 9, 1948, in Bangor, Maine. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group.
Gary Thorne acquired his Bachelor's degree from the University of Maine in 1970, and he completed his Master’s degree from University of Maine School of law in 1973, and he completed his doctorate from Georgetown Law School in 1976.
Thorne worked for the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network’s Baltimore Orioles games as play-by-play TV announcer since 2007.
Thorne worked for ESPN Radio’s Sunday Night Baseball as a play-by-play announcer in 2008. He also announced the 2008 All-Star Game for non-U.S. viewers through MLB International Television.
Thorne started working with the MLB International broadcast for All-Star Game, NLCS, ALCS and the World Series from 2010-2014 along with Rick Sutcliffe. From 2011 to 2016 he served as an announcer for the National Baseball Hall Of Fame’s induction ceremonies.
He also announced Hockey on NHL and on ESPN. Further, he also called Stanley Cup Finals from 1993-2004. He also called 8 NHL games for 2016-17 NHL Season. He was also a play-by-play commentator for 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships on NHL Network.
He also worked in few football games and also worked in a season of WWE Network’s WrestleMania Rewind.