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Mary Carillo was born on the 15th March 1957 in New York City, USA, and is a former tennis player, and after retirement she started a career as a sportscaster. She now works as a reporter for NBC Olympics and NBC Sports, while she has also had engagements on HBO and USA Network, among other television stations.
Have you ever wondered how rich Mary Carillo is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Carillo’s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount earned through her successful career in sports and sportscasting.
Mary Carillo Net Worth $5 Million
Mary grew up in Queens, New York with her brother, Charlie, and sister, Gina.
She became a professional tennis player in 1977, but after just three years on tour, she was forced to retire due to having serious problems with her knees. Before her retirement, Mary was the 33rd best tennis player in the world. To speak of her success on tour, she won only one title during her short career and it was the one in mixed doubles at the French Open in 1977, when she was partnered with her childhood friend John McEnroe. Other than that, she didn’t have much success on tour, including in singles, but it began her net worth..
Soon after retirement, Mary started a career as a sportscaster; she found her first job at the USA Network and stayed with the channel until 1987. In 1981 she was also recruited by PBS with which she stayed until 1988. Thanks to her rising popularity, she also joined CBS Sports in 1986, and began her US Open coverage for the network the same year, which has continued until the present. Two years after joining CBS Sports, she was recruited by ESPN and stayed on the network for the next nine years, and then returned to the channel in 2003, so adding steadily to her net worth.
To speak further of her tennis coverage, Mary worked for HBO and its Wimbledon coverage – their collaboration started in 1996 and ended in 1999, but it certainly increased her net worth. Also, since 1997 she has been a correspondent on “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” on HBO.
Mary has also covered tennis in the Olympic Games held in Atlanta in 1996, Sydney 2000 and Athens in 2004, which also added to her net worth. Mary was used by NBC for covering the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics, such sports as skeleton, bobsled and luge, and then in 2006 at the Winter Games in Torino, Mary covered figure skating and was the host of the daily figure skating show aired on USA Network
Thanks to her successful work as a tennis reporter and analyst as well, Mary has received several prestigious awards, including being named Best Commentator by Tennis Magazine three years in a row, from 1988 to 1991, then broadcaster of the Year by the Women’s Tennis Association twice, in 1981 and 1985, and Best Commentator by World Tennis magazine in 1986.
Mary is also an accomplished author and has written two books with Martina Navratilova, and one with Paul Fein, the sales of which added to her net worth.
She also collaborated with Frank Deford on the HBO documentary “Dare to Compete: The Struggle of Women in Sport”, for which she received a Peabody Award. She has one more Peabody Award, which she received for the documentary that spoke about Billie Jean King.
Regarding her personal life, Mary was married to tennis instructor Bill Bowden from 1983 until 1998; the couple has two children together. She has apparently been single since then.
Mary is related to Mike Francesa, a radio talk show host and television commentator. On one occasion Mary was his guest in the show, and during the episode, the two confirmed their family relationship.
|Full Name||Mary Carillo|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 15, 1957|
|Place Of Birth||Queens, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height||6 ft (1.83 m)|
|Spouse||Bill Bowden (m. 1983–1998)|
|Parents||Terry Sullivan Carillo, Anthony Carillo|
|Awards||Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Long Feature|
|Nominations||Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Host, The Dick Schaap Writing Award, Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Documentary, Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Analyst, Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Journalism|
|TV Shows||Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, London 2012: Games of the XXX Olympiad|
|1||She has written two books: "Tennis My Way" with Martina Navratilova and Rick Elstein's "Tennis Kinetics"|
|2||She played on the women's professional tennis circuit from 1977 to 1980. She was ranked as high as No. 33 from January through March 1980, when she retired. She won the French Open mixed doubles title with partner John McEnroe in 1977 and was a doubles runner-up at the U.S. Clay Courts and a doubles quarterfinalist at the U.S. Open that year.|
|3||Widely regarded as one of the most popular female sports commentators, she has worked as a tennis analyst and host on almost every major television network including ESPN, NBC, CBS, HBO, TNT, Bravo and CNBC. Has also served as a television analyst for several Olympic events and a variety of sports (both winter and summer Games)|
|4||She won the Peabody Award for co-writing the HBO documentary "Dare To Compete: The Struggle of Women in Sports" with Frank DeFord. Named "Broadcaster of the Year" by Women's Tennis Association (1981 and 1985), "Best Commentator" by World Tennis Magazine (1986), Toronto Star (1986), and by Tennis Magazine (1988-1991).|
|5||Mother of two children|
|6||Once partnered in mixed doubles with John McEnroe.|
|McEnroe/Borg: Fire & Ice||2011||TV Movie documentary interviewer|
|Ted Williams||2009||TV Movie documentary interviewer / story editor|
|Barbaro||2008||TV Movie documentary story editor|
|Playing the Field: Sports and Sex in America||2000||TV Movie documentary consultant|
|Wimbledon||2004||Court Commentator Mary Carillo|
|Back Nine at Cherry Hills: The Legends of the 1960 U.S. Open||2008||TV Movie|
|American Experience||2016||TV Series documentary producer - 1 episode|
|Kitten Summer Games||2016||TV Movie||Herself|
|Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel||2005-2016||TV Series||Herself - Correspondent / Herself - Correspondent (segment "Wonder Arm") / Herself - Correspondent (segment "Bob Hewitt") / ...|
|Kitten Bowl III||2016||TV Movie||Herself (co-host and co-narrator)|
|The National Dog Show Presented by Purina||2015||TV Special||Herself - Reporter|
|Paw Star Game||2015||TV Movie||Herself|
|Kitten Bowl II||2015||TV Movie||Herself - Co-Hostess and Co-Narrator|
|Home & Family||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|CBS This Morning||2014||TV Series||Herself - CBS Sports Tennis Lead Analyst|
|A Football Life||2013||TV Series||Herself|
|Rock Center with Brian Williams||2013||TV Series||Herself - Correspondent / Interviewer (segment: 'High Anxiety')|
|Signature Series: Andre Agassi||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself - Tennis Commentator|
|The National Dog Show Presented by Purina||2012||TV Movie||Herself - Reporter|
|The National Dog Show Presented by Purina||2011||TV Special||Herself - Reporter|
|McEnroe/Borg: Fire & Ice||2011||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Signature Series: Vitas Gerulaitis||2011||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games||2010||TV Mini-Series||Herself|
|The 133rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show||2009||TV Movie||Herself - Co-Host|
|Agassi: Between the Lines||2007||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...||2006||TV Series||Herself|
|ESPN 25: Who's #1?||2004-2006||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Olympic Ice||2006||TV Movie||Herself|
|Costas Now||2005||TV Series||Herself - Panelist|
|Making of 'Wimbledon: The Movie'||2004||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|ESPN SportsCentury||2000-2004||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|US Open Tennis||2002||TV Mini-Series||Host|
|XIX Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony||2002||TV Movie||Herself - Bobsleigh Reporter|
|The 1992 French Open Championships||1992||TV Series||Herself - Analyst|
|Tele 5 ¿dígame?||1991-1992||TV Series||Herself / Herself - Guest|
|The 1988 US Open Tennis Championships||1988||TV Mini-Series||Herself - Analyst|
|The 1987 US Open Tennis Championships||1987||TV Mini-Series||Herself - Announcer|
|...10 años de Proyecto Corto||2007||TV Movie||Petrita|
|2005||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Host|
|1997||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Analyst/Commentary|
|1995||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Analyst/Commentary|
|1993||CableACE||CableACE Awards||Sports Commentator/Analyst||The 1992 French Open Championships (1992)|