American author and journalist Matthew J. Berry is a well-known fantasy sports expert, columnist, and television personality. On December 29, 1969, he was born in the United States.
Berry got his start in the entertainment industry as a screenwriter. He has worked with Eric Abrams on a couple of pilots and feature screenplays for television and film.
On the side, Berry worked for Rotoworld as a writer, and in 2004 he started his own fantasy sports websites, branding them “TalentedMrRoto” and “Rotopass.”
For the past seven years, Berry has worked for ESPN in a variety of roles. As a “Senior Fantasy Sports Analyst,” he is an important member of the team.
Berry was the child of Nancy and Leonard Berry and was born in Denver, Colorado. The family relocated more than once, spending time in Richmond, Georgia, Atlanta, Virginia, and Charlottesville, Virginia, among other places.
College Station, Texas, is where he spent his formative years from the age of 12 until he reached maturity. Both of his parents work at Texas A&M University; his mother served as mayor of the city in the past, and his father teaches there.
Berry received a degree in electronic media from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in 1992. Berry attended Syracuse University.
How Much Does Matthew Berry Make?
Based in large part on the anticipated salary and income of $291,600, we determine that Matthew Berry’s current net worth is $1,060,000 which is money he has earned as a sports columnist and analyst.