|Date of Birth:||1969, July 25|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jon Alan Barry|
|Birth Place||Oakland, California|
|Famous Name||Jon Barry|
|Net Worth||5 Million|
|Siblings||brothers: Scooter, Brent, and Drew,|
|School Location||Concord, California|
|Started career as||basketball player|
|Currently Working For||ESPN and ABC|
|University attended||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|School attended||De La Salle High School|
Jon Alan Barry is a famous sportscaster and former NBA player currently working for ESPN and ABC. Known for his appearance as a basketball analyst, Jon Alan Barry is working for the Network since 2007. Other than working for ESPN and ABC, he also played for several NBA Clubs including Milwaukee Bucks, Houston Rockets, Atlanta Hawks, Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, and Denver Nuggets.
The resident of the United States, Jon Alan Barry, reportedly earns around $100,000, as his yearly salary from the network. As of 2019, Barry reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $5 Million. Details regarding Barry' s marriage and wife are not available but has a son named Tylor living with him.
The American sportscaster/anchor Jon Alan Barry has an estimated net worth of $5 Million. He is one of the most popular ESPN and ABC anchors who have made a successful career as a sports anchorman.
Being a popular Sports Network, ESPN and ABC ARE well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. Being a regular ESPN and ABC anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
Broadcast analysts make $78,200 per year on average. Since this number can sometimes be skewed by higher wages, average wages are often used to predict earnings. According to the Labor Statistics Office, half of all broadcast analysts earned at least $56,680 a year.
As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $100,000 from his successful reporting career with ESPN and ABC because of his experience in sports.
Further, ESPN and ABC reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too. Chris Berman and Stephen A. Smith are among the highest-paid sportscaster of ESPN.
The American sports analyst and former NBA player is a married man and has a son named Tyler. Further, details about his married life and wife are not disclosed yet.
In addition, he has a caring and supportive family with him. He considers his father as an inspiration in sports.
Jon is 6 feet 4 inches tall in height and weighs around 195lbs with white ethnicity. Moreover, he has blue eyes and lights brown hair color.
Other than being a famous sports analyst, Barry is quite popular in social media as well and he is active on facebook, twitter, and Instagram.
Jon Alan Barry was born on July 25, 1969, in Oakland, California to Rick Barry and Pam Connolly. Jon Barry holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group.
Further, Barry grew up with his brothers Scooter, Brent, and Drew. Jon's father is a Hall of Famer and besides, and his brothers are also basketball players.
Jon Alan Barry completed his schooling from De La Salle High School in Concord, California. Later Barry played for the University of Pacific and the Paris Junor College for over a year. After Jon got a scholarship from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia, he joined the University.
Barry is a former basketball player and currently working as a sports analyst for the ABC and ESPN Network. Detailed information is listed below:
As per his wiki, Barry's basketball career started with the Boston Celtics after he was drafted in the 1992 NBA Draft. Later his rights were traded in exchange for Alaa Abdelnaby with the Milwaukee Bucks.
Faced with a slow start to his career as a backup player, he was able to contribute to the playoff runs of some good teams( scoring 739 points in 82 appearances with the 2001- 02 Central Division Champion Detroit Pistons) and scored 326 career playoff points in 63 NBA playoff matches over 14 seasons.
In addition, Jon also played for several clubs like Houston Rockets, Atlanta Hawks, Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, and Denver Nuggets. Barry's NBA career comes to an end on 2006, March 1st after retiring from Houston Rockets.
After getting retired from NBA career, he started working as a sports analyst. In addition, he got the chance of working with ABC after Bill Walton got sick in 2007.
Jon is the full-time analyst for the ABC Network and in the meantime, he also works for ESPN as their basketball analyst. Some of the famous sportscaster working for ABC and ESPN are Sage Steele and John Saunders.