Facts of Mark Schlabach
|Full Name||Mark Schlabach|
|Birth City||Knox, Indiana|
|No Of Children||2|
|Date of Birth||November 20,1972|
Mark Schlabach is an American sports journalist who is also New York Times best-selling author and columnist as well as a reporter for ESPN.
Blissful Married Life And Wife, Daughters Are Adorable
He is a happily married man. He is one of those celebrities who prefers to keep private life on a low key. He has not revealed name of his wife.
However the pair is blessed with three children – two daughters whose name are Jane Schlabach and Caroline Schlabach respectively, and one son whose name is not known.
Unlike their father, both daughters are active on Instagram.
They keep sharing pictures with family and friends.
Here is a picture shared by Caroline along with a caption,
‘seaster and bro ft a sunset.’
On May 11, 2015, Mark’s daughter Caroline shared a photo with her sister, and her mother captioned as
‘happy mums day, Luv ya mum!!’.
She tagged two accounts on that photo.
One was her sister, and the other one must be of her mother. Therefore it suggests that Mark’s wife's name might be Heather Schlabach.
The family of five members currently lives in Madison, Georgia.
Mark is not involved in any extramarital affair and sometimes mentions his wife’s behavior on Twitter jokingly.
Net Worth, Salary
The columnist’s fortune is not revealed.
However, he must have his net worth in millions as ESPN reporters earn an average salary of $85000 per year, or $41 per hour, which is 76% higher than the national average for all reporters at $38000 per year and 31% higher than the national average salary for all working Americans.
Also, he earns $35.57 per hour as a sports journalist.
Below is the list of famous sports journalists and their own net worth:
|Journalist Name||Net Worth|
|Lindsay Czarniak||$3 million|
|Carolina Guillen||$8 million|
|Rachel Nichols||$2 million|
|Michael Wilbon||$16 million|
|Bill Simmons||$20 million|
|Bob Costas||$45 million|
|Jim Rome||$75 million|
|Colin Cowherd||$14 million|
|Tony Kornheiser||$16 million|
|Stephen A. Smith||$10 million|
He regularly contributes to different programs on ESPN, such as Outside the Lines, College Football Live, The Experts, and SportsCenter.
Mark spent two years at the Washington Post covering college football, basketball, and boxing.
He further spent nine years at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, including University of Georgia, the Southeastern Conference, the NFL, and NASCAR.
The New York Times best-selling author is an author of nearly 10 books which are The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty, a collaboration with Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson and his wife, Korie Robertson; and Happy, Happy, Happy; Called to Coach: Reflections on Life, Faith, and Football and much more.
His three books Sicology, Happy, Happy, Happy, and The Duck Commander Family, simultaneously bagged New York Times bestsellers in 2013.
- As per his bio, he was born on November 20, 1972.
- In 1997 his pet dog, which is a chocolate Labrador made his dash for glory at Georgia’s Sanford Stadium during a game against Kentucky. The dog was a graduation gift from his then-girlfriend.
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