Marv Albert Net Worth

How much is Marv Albert worth?

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:June 12, 1941 (82 years old)
Height:1.68 m, 5 ft 6 in
Profession:Actor, Announcer, Journalist, Presenter, Sports commentator
Nationality:United States of America
Marv Albert Net Worth:
$25 Million

Marv Albert net worth and salary: Marv Albert is an American sportscaster who has a net worth of $25 million dollars. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Marv Albert, also known as Marvin Philip Aufrichtig, graduated from New York University in 1965. He began working as a ball boy for the New York Knicks soon after graduation, and this led to a job offer from Marty Glickman, the famous sportscaster. Mr. Albert went on to call games for the Knicks for the next 37 years, before being fired for criticizing the team on-air in 2004. In addition to his broadcasting work for the Knicks, he also called NBA games on NBC for twelve years, New York Nets games until 2011, and New York Rangers games from 1965-1994. He currently works as a sportscaster for TNT’s coverage of the NBA, and for “The NFL on CBS”. His image was tarnished when he was charged with forcible sodomy in 1997. He pled guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery charges, and received a 12-month suspended sentence. In May 2014, Albert listed his Manhattan apartment for $16.5 million.

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Inspirational Quotes by Marv Albert

In radio, you are the game, so to speak - you have to describe every aspect. In TV, I've always felt less is more, and it's really a question of my setting up the color analyst more than anything else.

Marv Albert

Game calls can't be just, 'Oh, by the way,' as part of a larger discussion.

Marv Albert

As much as I enjoy TV, I've always loved radio. And I love doing the NFL games, the Monday night games, on radio. Because you are the game. I really enjoyed calling basketball and hockey on the radio, but the presentation is more specific - you're talking all the time.

Marv Albert

There are people in New York who feel I should have more of a hometown approach. I feel we have to be a mirror and reflect what's happening on the court.

Marv Albert

My strong game was ping pong. Relentless... steady.

Marv Albert