Marc Bertrand is a well-known sportscaster and host in the United States. He now does a sports talk radio show on WBZ-FM in Boston and co-hosts “Zolak and Bertrand” with Scott Zolak, former New England Patriots quarterback. He also appears frequently on Comcast Sports Net New England and hosts the nightly show “Sports Tonight.” He is also the co-host of the New England Patriots pregame and postgame shows.
Marc Bertrand Age
On April 8, Marc Bertrand was born in the United States in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Marc Bertrand Height
Marc stands at an average height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Marc Bertrand Family
Marc was born to kind and loving parents in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States. Details of his parents and siblings are still under investigation, will update this area soon.
Husband Marc Bertrand
Marc is happily married to Erin Bertrand. When an accident on Highway 3 in Weymouth discovered a Honda Pilot crashed into an embankment in the woods by the side of the road, his wife was driving.
Education Marc Bertrand
Marc attended and graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2007 after completing elementary and high school.
Marc Bertrand Salary
Marc earns an annual salary of $75,172.
Marc Bertrand Net worth
Marc’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Career Marc Bertrand
He is a sports reporter and host. Marc co-hosts a daily sports talk show on The Sports Hub, heard throughout most of New England, with Scott Zolak, former quarterback of the New England Patriots. Marc is also a regular contributor to NBC Sports in Boston, where his show with Scott Zolak airs. His views and interviews are now available on the CBS Boston website.
His involvement in sports broadcasting began when he was a student at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Marc also volunteered at the student radio station a few days after arriving at the university.
He was promoted to sports director during his second year at the station. He graduated in 2007, but his first graduate job kept him on campus as the play-by-play announcer for the varsity basketball team.
CBS, the owner of local radio station WBMX, announced in 2007 that the station would be renamed 98.5 The Sports Hub, featuring sports programming. Marc was one of the station’s original signatories. Soon, he had teamed up with Zolak and Zolak & Bertrand – also known as Zo & The Beetle – were formed. He recently co-hosted a weekend show with Boston Globe columnist Christoper Gasper. Marc is one of New England’s leading sports voices, having worked as a local anchor for over ten years.
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