Tony Reali

Anthony Joseph Paul Reali is an American sports personality and television host of Around the Horn on ESPN. He served as the statistician on Pardon the Interruption from the show’s debut in 2001 until late 2014.

If you are a lover of ESPN’s talk show ‘Around the Horn’ you will know who Tony Reali is.

The name sounds Italian, and you may have guessed right. Tony has an Italian descent is an American, born on July 4, 1978, in Staten Island, New York, the USA.

We are not here to talk about Tony’s biography. Let’s save that for another day.

Tony Reali’s Salary  

Tony Reali is paid $51,000 for the work he does for ESPN as a sports personality, producer, and host of the show ‘Around the Horn’ which includes his fees, bonuses, as well as incentives.

The average salary for an Analyst is $72,818 per year in the United States, which is 4% higher than the average ESPN salary of $69,556 per year for this job.

Reali was named as full-time host of ATH in February 2004, replacing Max Kellerman.

Before that Reali, who was a 21-year-old Fordham grad at the time, took on the role of ‘Stat Boy’, correcting the errors of hosts Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser on Pardon The Interruption.


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