Mary Carillo is a sportscaster and tennis player presently working for NBC Olympic broadcasts as an analyst and sports reporter. Carillo served as a tennis analyst at ESPN from 2003-to 2010 for Grand Slam coverage initially.
He also served on the USA network during U.S. Open coverage as an analyst. Carillo’s initial Olympic roles include serving at the 2016 Rio Olympics as a tennis analyst. And correspondent and serving at the 2012 London Olympics as a correspondent
Carillo was born in Queens, New York, in the United States, on March 15, 1957. She is 65 years old.
She stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Carillo was born under the kind-hearted parents Anthony Carillo and Terry Sullivan Carillo in Queens, New York. She grew up with two amazing siblings namely Gina Anthony and Charles Anthony.
Carrillo was previously married to Bill Bowden who served as a tennis instructor. In 1983, the duo married and they share two children namely Rachel Bowden and Anthony Bowden. She and Bill separated in 1998. Since her divorce, Mary Carillo has not revealed any details regarding her marital status to the public, therefore.
Carrilo earns an annual salary of $20,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to NBC Olympic Sports Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
She has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Carillo serves for both NBC’s tennis coverage and NBC’s coverage. Of the Olympic Games as a correspondent and an analyst. She completed her assignment for the overall 14th Olympic and in PyeongChang. South Korea as the 2018 Olympic Winter Games correspondent her 11th with NBC.
Carillo’s initial Olympic roles include serving at the 2016 Rio Olympics as a tennis analyst. And correspondent and serving at the 2012 London Olympics as a correspondent. And was also called between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova in the women’s gold medal tennis match.
She served in both Atlanta (1996) and Sydney (2000) as a tennis analyst. And for CBS’ coverage in Nagano (1998) as a skiing reporterCarillo also served on the USA network during U.S. Open coverage as an analyst. Her insightful commentary and candidness have made her receive accolades throughout the industry.
Such as the distinction of being by Sports Illustrated called “the sport’s top analyst”. Carillo has served for CBS Sports as a tennis analyst and since 2011 the Tennis Channel.