Joe Beninati Biography
Joe Beninati currently serves as a television play-by-play announcer. On NBC Sports Washington for the Washington Capitals. He began working here in 1994. Beninati worked for the American Hockey League games as a broadcaster prior.
Joe Beninati Age
Beninati was born in Long Island, New York, in the United States on November 14, 1965. He is 56 years old.
Joe Beninati Height
Beninati stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Joe Beninati Education
Beninati attended Bowdoin College to study Biology. But then he moved to Harvard Medical School to further his studies. Beninati was a lacrosse and hockey player who sustained an injury during his freshman year during his time at Bowdoin.
Joe Beninati Family
Beninati is quite a secretive person, he has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings.
Joe Beninati Wife
Despite Beninati being a renowned person, he has managed to hide details about his love life. Hence it’s not known whether he’s single, dating, married, or divorced
Joe Beninati Salary
Beninati annually receives a salary of $100,000.
Joe Beninati Net Worth
Beninati has an approximated net worth of $3 million.
Joe Beninati Career
Beninati as of now serves on NBC Sports Washington. For the Washington Capitals since 1994 as a television play-by-play announcer. He also has done freelancing announcing for Westwood One, ESPN, WFAN, ESPNU, and NBCSN during his career.
Beninati has received the Capital Emmy Awards 12 times in addition. He’s worked on The Big Ten Network and also ESPNU together with Chesapeake Bayhawks on NBC Sports as an occasional play-by-play voice of Men and Women’s Lacrosse also.
Beninati worked for the American Hockey League games covering games for the Providence Bruins and Maine Mariners as a broadcaster previously. He also has covered Washington Mystics, Navy football.
And Major League Lacrosse besides serving for ice hockey as a play-by-play announcer. Beninati attended Bowdoin College to study Biology but then he moved to Harvard Medical School to further his studies.
He was a lacrosse and hockey player who sustained an injury during his freshman year during his time at Bowdoin.