Sean Fennessey Biography
Sean Fennessey is populary known American writer, editor, and podcaster. Presently, Fennessey works as the Editor-in-Chief of The Ringer since 2015. He worked as Deputy Editor at Grantland and an editor at GQ and Vibe before.
Fennessey declined to accept the Editor-in-Chief title at the website Following Simmons’ departure from Grantland. In 2018, he was also named Chief Content Officer of The RingerFennessey has written for Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, as well as Pitchfork, among others.
Sean Fennessey Age / Birthday
Sean Fennessey was born in the United States on July 26, 1982. He celebrates his birthday on July 26th every year. Fennessey is 39 years old.
Sean Fennessey Height
Fennessey stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 inches tall.
Sean Fennessey Family / Father
Fennessey was born to his loving parents in the United States. However, he has not said much much about his parents and siblings to the media.
Sean Fennessey Wife
Fennessey happily married writer to his caring wife whom he has not disclosed her name to the public. The duo is blessed with a baby whose name is unknown.
Sean Fennessey Child
Fennessey and his unknown wife are the parents of their unknown child.
Sean Fennessey Collage
Fennessey attended Ithaca College and graduated with Bachelors of Arts – BA, JournalismBachelor of Arts – BA, Journalism from 2000 – 2003.
Sean Fennessey Salary
Fennessey receives an annual salary of $58,967 per year according to the The Ringer Editor-in-Chief salary.
Sean Fennessey Net Worth
Fennessey earns an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Sean Fennessey Career
Fennessey started his career as a Senior Editor at GQ Magazine from March 2011 – to April 2012. Furthermore, he worked as a Deputy Editor at ESPN / Grantland from April 2012 – to October 2015. Additionally, Fennessey worked as an Editor-in-ChiefEditor-in-Chief at The Ringer from
October 2015 – to Aug 2018.
In addition, he worked as an Editor-In-Chief and Chief Content Officer at The Ringer since August 2018. Morever, Fennessey worked as an Head Of Content at The Ringer since August 2018.