Fran Charles Biography
Fran Charles is an American Journalist serving for MLB Network, formerly for NFL Network as a television personality presently. He served for studio segments during PGA Tour events as a lead anchor for four years before joining MLB Network.
Fran Charles Age
Fran Charles was born on born October 19, 1968, in St. Louis, Missouri the United States. He is 52 years old.
Fran Charles Height
Fran stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.77 m tall.
Fran Charles Education
Fran attained his high school diploma at John Burroughs School in Ladue, Missouri. Later, he joined the University of Stanford and received a bachelor’s degree in Communication. Fran also graduated from the Columbia School of Journalism attained his master’s degree in Journalism.
Fran Charles Family
Fran is a reserved person and likes to keep his life private away. From the spotlight regarding his father, mother, and siblings despite being a well-known journalist.
Fran Charles Wife
Presently, Fran is single not dating anyone and has not been previously engaged to someone.
Fran Charles Salary
He receives an annual salary of $ 76,546, according to MLB News Network anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Fran Charles Net Worth
He earns an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Fran Charles Career
Presently, Fran serves for MLB Network as a television personality. Along with Rich Eisen joined the station as an NFL Total Access. He was portrayed on “The Extra Point show” as the main host which airs a weekly recap of the highs and lows of a network-style show at the EA Sports’ Madden NFL 10.
Fran served for studio segments during PGA Tour events as a lead anchor for four years before that. Also, he occasionally appeared as an anchor and news reporter on NBC Sports. Charles provide live and interview reports for NBA and also anchored the weekend Sportsdesk show.
He also served in New York City at the WNBC as a Sports Anchor. Fran’s career life commerced at KSDK-TV in St. Louis, Missouri as an overnight reporter, assignment editor, and news writer. Later, he moved to Ohio, Dayton where he spent three years at WDTN as a weekend sports anchor.
Fran moved to Boston and joined as a weekend sports anchor at WHDH-TV upon his contract termination in Dayton. From 2000 to 2007, he served for the HBO Sports series Boxing After Dark as the blow-by-blow announcer. Also, Fran worked at KO Nation, World Championship Boxing, and HBO Pay-Per-View Boxing.