Dave O’Brien Biography
Dave O’Brien serves as the chief play-by-play announcer at NESN. O’Brien announces telecasts of the Boston Red Sox of college football games, MLB, and college basketball.
Dave O’Brien Age
He was born in Quincy, Massachusetts, the United States on August 3, 1963. O’Brien is 59 years old as of 2022.
Dave O’Brien Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Dave O’Brien Education
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcasting in 1986 from Syracuse University the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Dave O’Brien Family
He has kept details about his parents and siblings hidden from public scrutinization.
Dave O’Brien Wife
He is a merely married man to Debbe Nason O’Brien. The duo is blessed with three kids and they stay in Rye, New Hampshire after relocating from West Palm Beach, Florida.
Dave O’Brien Children
He and Debbe have three kids; two daughters known as Katie and Samantha and a son Michael.
Dave O’Brien Salary
He receives an annual salary of $96,150.
Dave O’Brien Net Worth
He earns an approximated net worth of $4 Million.
Dave O’Brien Career
Presently, he works on the NESN ( New England Sports Network) as the chief play-by-play announcer for telecasts of the Boston Red Sox of MLB, college football games, and college basketball. O’Brien began his sports broadcast career in 1987, during that time he worked as a sportscaster announcing play-by-play.
For MLB’s Atlanta Braves in betwixt 1990 and 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia. And also announced play-by-play football games and college basketball for Miami and Georgia. He received the Best Sports Play-by-Play award from the Georgia Associated Press in 1998 also. O’Brien has announced the Florida Marlins from its 1993 inaugural year through 2001.
Including a997 in their fundamental World Series win in addition. He has announced for the Atlanta Falcons the National Football League games moreover. For the High Heat Major League Baseball video game series for its 2002, 2003.
And 2004 segments he recorded play-by-play commentary together with Chuck Valenches, a color commentator additionally. Also, O’Brien provided commentary for MLB’s international coverage of the World Series from 2004 to 2009. He served from 2003 up to 2005 as the television voice of the New York Mets at WPIX-TV additionally.