Maggie Gray has spent most of her working years with the famous FM radio station WFAN. She spends her time speculating on the local sports media for WFAN. WFAN is a popular sports radio station famous in New York City. It is operated by the parent company Audacy Inc. Maggie’s work was concerned with talking about the local news and gossip of sports.
Maggie Gray was born in 1980 and brought up in Binghamton and she is 41 years old. She was raised as being a fan of the most popular personalities of her childhood (time) like Mets, Knicks, Rangers, and Bills. The passion of being raised as a fan of such people was introduced by one of her uncles, Wayne Rozen. He once had season tickets in their early 1990s heyday.
Maggie says that it is a good bond that she never lost throughout her life and began developing her passion as a Bills fan. Also, she says that her passion and love for her personality is something that she never let go of. She was raised along with her brother Geoffrey Gray who is currently an author, journalist, and documentary film producer. Her brother got the firsthand experience of working with jobs and others while attending the family-owned restaurant.
Maggie was nearly six years old when she first passed hors d’oeuvres in her pajamas. This was because she didn’t know how to show up while being a baby. She got herself interned with the B.C. Icemen of the United Hockey League where she helped the announcer Jason Weinstein with odd jobs. The same year, she went to George Washington University and directly landed at the radio station. There, she got her passion for radio and started doing her radio shows in college. She began her work with radio shows immediately after she joined the college.
Maggie Gray Career
She got herself adjusted with her first job at NBA Entertainment. But, she was always admired to have a camera job that made her land an assignment covering high school sports for a local cable channel on Staten Island. Thereafter, she got another job at MSG Network after she got selected by one of her video work which further got into the hands of MSG’s Mike Quick. She began with sideline reporting with MSG. This particular job opened many opportunities for her. She came to be connected with WFAN where she started working from midnight to 6 a.m.
Gray says that she wanted FAN badly. She got herself thinking that if a person ever wanted to work with broadcasting in New York, then he must go for FAN. The company elevates the right passage of work within you, making you land with good experience and skills in hand. Gray also got herself appointed by Sports Illustrated which she joined as a full-time employee in 2010 as an anchor for a new digital video department. Gray also got the chance to work with CBS sports radio while co-hosting the Saturday morning show with Marc Malusis.
Maggie Gray spent several years with WFAN and SPY. She replaced Mike Francesa on WFAN on 15th December 2017. Previously, she has done talk shows on SI.com. Gray attained her popularity because of her regular appearance on Moose and Maggie Show on CBS Sports Radio Network. Maggie became the first woman on the WFAN daytime schedule after 2001. Gray, while expressing her thoughts about her job, said that she was not always the first choice for WFAN. Others were also there who approached the process at the same time when she appeared.
Maggie Gray Biography
|Age (as of 2021)
|Binghamton, New York, USA
|CO-Host of WFAN
|in feet inches – 5’ 8” – in Centimeters – 172 cm
|in Kilograms – 57 kg – in Pounds – 125 lbs
|George Washington University
|Who is her Husband?
Maggie is married to Andrew Bennett who is proved to be loving and a handsome husband for her. However, Maggie has not given her husband’s present working details and other information.
Maggie Gray Net Worth
Gray is no doubt very popular because of her radio shows and other related work. She has accomplished a good life for herself. Maggie Gray is assumed to earn a net worth somewhere between $1 million and $10 million.
- Maggie has won an Emmy Award 2010 on Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.
- Maggie came into the limelight when it was announced on 3rd December 2021, that she would no longer be hosting midday shows on WFAN.
- From 3rd January 2022 onwards, Maggie will start hosting the afternoon time slot radio show with CBS Sports radio. She would be working with Andrew Perloff, as confirmed by the parent company of WFAN, Audacy.