Quick Facts Clay Matvick

  • NameClay Matvick
  • Birth Year1973
  • Birth month08
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Birth PlaceSaint Cloud, Minnesota
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionAmerican sportscaster
  • MarriedYes
  • Married toLindsay Matvik
  • EducationSt. Cloud State University

An American sportscaster Clay Matvick works primarily as a play-by-play announcer for ABC and the ESPN networks. He is a three-time winner of Upper Midwest regional Emmy awards in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

As of 2019, Matvick has gathered a massive amount as his net worth. He is married to his wife Lindsay with whom he shares three children.

Clay Matvick Net Worth, Earnings, and Salary

Sportscaster might not earn as much as like great celebrities such as Hollywood stars, but they do own their place. As a regular ABC and ESPN anchor, Clay Matvick reportedly earns a decent amount of salary from the sports channels, but he has not disclosed the exact figure of his salary. It has been assumed that Clay’s salary is somewhere in six figures. 

According to the Agency of employee Statistics, sportscaster earns a salary range from $56,680 up to $78,200 annually. So Matvick also surely earns the salary in a similar range.

Allocating information from the sources as of 2019, Clay Matvick has an estimated net worth of $12 million. Further, he also earns quite a good sum of money by appearing in television shows and radio as a guest and mentor.

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Besides his financial earning, Clay’s house in Minnesota and cars can be also included as personal assets.

Clay Matvick Personal and Married Life

Clay Matvick is much more secretive regarding his personal life. Even being such a renowned personality, Clay often keeps his personal details under the shade. However, Matvick is involved in a romantic relationship with his longtime girlfriend, Lindsay Matvik who is now his wife.

The boyfriend and girlfriend dated her for long before marrying. The couple is blessed with three children, a son, and two daughters.

To date, the names of his children are not revealed to the media but we can get a glimpse of them.

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Matvick is happily residing in Minnesota along with his wife and children without any news of divorce and extramarital affairs.

Clay Matvick Early Life and Education

Clay Matvick was born on 12th August 1973, in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. As per his nationality, he is American and belongs to white ethnicity. Further, his star sign is Leo. 

Clay Matvick hasn’t revealed the details of his parents to the media so far. Although the identity of his parents is not revealed yet, a few time back he posted the picture of his father on Twitter

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Talking about his academic background, Matvick completed his high school from Princeton High School in 1991. After high graduation, Matvick attended St. Cloud State University from where he earned a degree in mass communication.

Clay Matvick Career and Progress

Clay Matvick’ broadcasting career began in 1990 in his hometown of Princeton, Minnesota at a local radio station, WQPM which is now running as BOB 106. He also worked as a weekend sports anchor at various stations in MinnesotaKDLT in South Dakota and KMTV in Nebraska from 1990 to 1999

In 1998, he became the Assistant Sports director and sports anchor at KMTV. Prior to that, Matvick also served as the assistant sports director for KDLT in Sioux Falls. Matvick was hired by CNN Sports Illustrated Atlanta, as an anchor where he worked from 1999 until 2001.

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After serving at CNNSI, Matvick worked for Fox Sports Net North in Minneapolis from 2001 to 2005. In 2004, Matvick began covering Minnesota Boys High School Hockey Tournament for what he won Upper Midwest regional Emmy Awards thrice in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

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Matvick joined ESPN in 2006, handling play-by-play of college basketball, college football, hockey, baseball, softball and the Little League World Series.

  • He is active in Twitter with 2,270 followers