Charlie Slowes Biography
Charlie Slowes presently works as a radio play-by-play announcer. On the FM radio station 106.7. for the Washington Nationals. He worked for Tampa Bay Devil Rays as a radio play-by-play announcer prior.
Charlie Slowes Age
Slowes was born in Bronx, New York, in the United States in 1961. He is 60 years old, although he has not shared out his exact date of birth with the public,
Charlie Slowes Height
Slowes stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Charlie Slowes Education
Slowes attended and graduated with a bachelor of arts in Communications from Fordham University in 1983. He worked for both Men’s and Women’s basketball, hockey, baseball, and football as a play-by-play announcer during his tenure there. Slowes also served at WFUV-FM Radio between 1982 to 1983 as a sports director moreover.
Charlie Slowes Family
Clowes’s mom is known as Slyvia, sadly she passed on in October 2013. He has not disclosed details on his father and on whether he has any siblings.
Charlie Slowes Wife
Clowes is a married man to Christina for at least twenty years. Together they have two grown-up sons, Alex and James. The family divides their time between their homes in Palm Harbor, Florida, and Alexandria, Virginia.
Charlie Slowes Salary
Clowes annually receives a salary of $98,700.
Charlie Slowes Net Worth
Clowes has an approximated net worth of $1.5 million.
Charlie Slowes Career
Clowes is currently working at the Washington Nationals since 2005. On the FM radio station 106.7. as the play-by-play announcer. During his time here, he called the World Series in 2019 when they won the World Series title.
After it was claimed by the Washington Senators in 1924. Clowes served as a radio play-by-play announcer at Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He worked as the radio voice for the Washington Bullets before. Clowes worked for MLB Game of the week between the Los Angeles Dodgers.
And Houston Astros on NBC along with Larry Dierker. In 1989 as a play-by-play commentator. He has worked at ESPN, SportsPhone, Tidewater Tides, Mutual/Westwood One, NBC Sports, and also CBS Sports Radio in addition, during his career. Clowes began his career while working for KMOX Radio in St. Louis.