Claire Scanlon Net Worth

Claire Scanlon was born, is Editor, Director, Editorial Department. Claire Scanlon directs single cam comedies for both network and cable. She started her career editing documentaries for PBS and the Discovery Channel. After supervising post and producing Last Comic Standing, she joined The Office in its fifth season. After directing The Office, Claire transitioned over to directing full time in 2013.
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Who is it? Editor, Director, Editorial Department
2000 Springfield Sirens
2003 Boston Renegades
Full name Claire Josephine Scanlan
Date of birth (1972-02-21) 21 February 1972 (age 46)
Place of birth Rush, Dublin, Ireland
Height 1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Years TeamApps(Gls)
1992–1995 Mercyhurst College
1996–1997 OKI F.C. Winds
1997–1998 Shelbourne
2001–2004 Leeds United
2001–2002 Memphis Mercury
2004–2008 Bristol Academy
1989–2009 Republic of Ireland57(7)

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After six seasons with Rush Athletic, Scanlan moved to Dublin rivals Swords Celtic. She returned to Rush Athletic and won Leinster Senior League Division Two honours with the club in 1990–91. In 1992 Scanlan took up a soccer scholarship to Mercyhurst College in Pennsylvania. She was selected to the All-American team in 1994 and 1995 and was named both Division II Player of the Year and Conference Player of the Year.


While playing for Bristol Academy, Scanlan was employed as the head coach of the Female Football Development Centre at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College. She left to take up a post as assistant coach at Troy University, where she had previously worked as a graduate coach between 1999 and 2001 while completing a Master's degree in Education.


In February 2000 Scanlan was named the 1999 FAI Women's Senior International Player of the Year.


She won a total of 57 senior caps and scored seven goals before retiring in 2009. In February of that year a half-time presentation during the Irish men's national team World Cup qualifier against Georgia at Croke Park recognised Scanlan's contribution to Irish football.


Scanlan is also on the coaching staff of the FAI and was an assistant coach of the Irish team who reached the quarter-finals of the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.


Scanlan made her debut for the Republic of Ireland in an Under–18 fixture against Northern Ireland in 1989. She scored both goals in the Republic's 2–0 win at Tolka Park.