Ed Coleman Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, WFAN, Salary, Net Worth

Ed Coleman Biography

Ed Coleman a native of Massachusetts, is an American radio personality. He is currently the reporter for the New York Mets on the WFAN radio station. Coleman has previously reported for the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics. He also reported for the 1994 Winter Olympics.

Ed Coleman Age

Coleman was born in 1949 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States. He is 72 years old as of 2021. The radio reporter has yet to disclose information about his exact date of birth.

Ed Coleman Height

The 72-year-old stands at an average height and is of average body size. There are no details concerning his height, weight, and body measurements. These details will, however, be updated as soon as they are available.

Ed Coleman Family

Coleman was born and raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Information about his parents is currently not available, neither is that of his siblings. The reporter has not disclosed much about his personal life. However, this information will be updated soon.

Ed Coleman Wife

Coleman has not disclosed any information about his marital status, therefore, it is hard to determine if he is married or not. The sports reporter does not talk much about his personal life and prefers to drive more attention to his career. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.

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Ed Coleman Education

Coleman went to Syracuse University. He graduated in 1971. There is, however, no disclosed information about the high school he went to.

Ed Coleman WFAN

Coleman started his career at WFAN in the 1980s after he became Steve Somers’ overnight update person. He later started hosting WFAN’s midday show alongside Dav Sims. The show was later canceled and he became the beat reporter for New York Mets. Ed also started hosting Mets Extra and later became the program’s fill-in play-by-play announcer.

He still hosts weekly programs on Sunday afternoon and evening for the National Football League regular season. Prior to joining WFAN, Coleman reported for the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics, as well as the 1994 Winter Olympics. He had his breakthrough in 1982, after becoming the sports announcer during the morning drive at WCAP, Lowell, Massachusetts. The Spindle City Press Association’s highest award is the Ed Coleman Award.

Ed Coleman Salary

Coleman’s annual salary is currently not available since it has not yet been shared with the public. Further details will be updated as soon as they are available.

Ed Coleman Net Worth

Coleman’s net worth is estimated to be in the range of $1 million – $5 million. He has gained his wealth from his long successful career as a sportscaster.

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