Marcus Hayes Biography
Marcus Hayes Age
Marcus Hayes was born in Upstate New York, in the United States of America. Marcus loves to keep his personal life private. However, he has not revealed his exact birth details.
Marcus Hayes Height
Marcus Hayes is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in ( Approx 1.88 m).
Marcus Hayes Family
Hayes was born and brought up in Upstate New York, in the United States to his supportive and caring parents. His father is called Zelma Hayes of Richville, N.Y. Marcus holds American citizenship and belongs to the white heritage.
Marcus Hayes Wife
He is happily married to his supportive wife Shelly Bowers. The duo married in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Allentown on June 2, 2002. The pair live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Marcus Hayes Education
Marcus Hayes joined Newhouse School and graduated from Hermon-DeKalb High School. Later, he went to the staff of the Syracuse Herald-Journal, where he covered sports for a period of five years. His beat included Syracuse Campus lacrosse, the Syracuse Crunch, the Syracuse Chiefs, and high school and small college sports.
Marcus Hayes Salary
Marcus receives a decent salary of $79,108 annually. This is in accordance with Philadelphia Inquirer correspondents’ salaries.
Marcus Hayes Net Worth
Marcus has an estimated net worth of $796,375.
Marcus Hayes Career
Marcus saw the three-down potential and athleticism and size in Philly’s backyard, and he also salivated over Micah Parsons. He has also served in the Charlotte observer as a writer. In 1996, Marcus joined the Philadelphia Daily News, where he became a special assignment reporter, the Philadelphia Eagles beat writer, and the Philadelphia Phillies beat writer. Marcus began his current role in 2010, as a sports columnist.
Is Marcus Hayes Married
Yes, He is happily married to his supportive wife Shelly Bowers. The duo married in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Allentown on June 2, 2002. The pair live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Who is Marcus Hayes
Marcus Hayes is currently serving as a Sports Columnist since February 1995, at Philadelphia Inquirer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Previously, Hayes has appeared in several stations including The (Toronto) Star, Houston Chronicle, Boston Herald, MSN, and Miami Herald.