Kevin Paul Dupont Biography
Kevin Paul Dupont is an American Sports Journalist working at Boston Globe as a Senior Staff Writer and Columnist since 1985 currently. He served for the New York Rangers in New York Times for five years, New York Islanders.
And New Jersey Devils Before that. In 1985, Paul left the station and joined the Boston Globe as a full-time beat writer.
Kevin Paul Dupont’s Age
Kevin Paul Dupont was born on January 11, 1953, in Springfield, Massachusetts in the United States. He is 69 years old as of 2022 and holds his birthday every year in January.
Kevin Paul Dupont Height
Paul stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/Approx 1.74 m tall.
Kevin Paul Dupont Family
He was born to his hardworking and loving parents in Springfield, Massachusetts the United States. Paul’s father served in the USA Amry where he met his mother in England. The family moved to Massachusetts, Bedford after his older sister was born.
Kevin Paul Dupont’s Wife
Paul is happly hitched to his amazing wife called Brenda Brenon. She serves for NESN as a sportscaster and host where she left the station during her maternity leave and did not come back. In August 1994, the duo exchanged their wedding vows. He likes touring, as well as watching sports during his free time.
Kevin Paul Dupont’s Salary
Paul receives an annual salary of $ 67,589, according to Boston Globe anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kevin Paul Dupont’s Net Worth
Paul earns an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Kevin Paul Dupont Career
For the past 40 years, he has covered all types of sports. Kevin. In 1985 joined the Boston Globe as a full-time staff writer and served as Red Sox and Bruin’s writers.
Paul wrote the second thought of an off-beat column, that covered a wide range of topics in 2010. He received the Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award in 2002 from the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Paul labored for the New York Rangers in New York Times for five years, New York Islanders, and New Jersey Devils before Globe. In 1985, he left the station and joined the Boston Globe as a full-time beat writer.
Paul’s career life began in 1977 for the Boston Herald American as a sportswriter additionally. In 1979, He reported for the Red Sox until he was elected to join. The board of directors for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America and his work started in 1980.