Mary Neely Net Worth

She has also edited several short films. Mary Neely is an actress, director, and editor born in Los Angeles, California, USA on April 10, 1991. She is best known for her roles in Pink Trailer (2017), Wacko Smacko (2015), and The Dresser (2014). She has also edited several short films.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Director, Editor
Birth Day April 19, 2010
Birth Place  Los Angeles, California, United States
Birth Sign Taurus
Education University Of Kansas
Occupation Sportscaster
Spouse(s) Christine
Children Trevor

💰 Net worth: $800,000

Mary Neely, a prominent figure in the entertainment industry in the United States, is estimated to have a net worth of $800,000 by 2024. Well-known as an actress, director, and editor, Mary Neely has made significant contributions to various fields within the film industry. Her undeniable talent and dedication have earned her recognition and financial success throughout her career. With her impressive net worth, she continues to solidify her position as a respected and influential figure in the entertainment world.

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Neely has called Little League Baseball games for ESPN since 2001. In 2010-2014 he called the West Region and North West Regional Semifinals and Finals for ESPN along with Aaron Boone. In 2015, Neely broadcast those same regions along with Dallas Braden and in 2016 with Raul Ibanez.


Neely and his wife Christine have a son Trevor, born in 2002. Mark is a native of St. Louis, Missouri, and a graduate of Parkway West High School, the same school that produced fellow broadcasters Stone Phillips and Chip Caray.


In 2007, Neely was hired by Fox's Big Ten Network to call NCAA Sports such as Basketball and Football.


In 2009, Neely replaced Matt Vasgersian as the lead play-by-play voice for San Diego Padres telecasts on 4SD, while in 2010-11 he was the team's secondary TV announcer behind Dick Enberg.


Neely has also called a number of college football bowl games for ESPN - 2010 New Orleans Bowl, 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, 2014 New Mexico Bowl, 2014 Quick Lane Bowl, 2015 Celebration Bowl, and the 2015 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl on ESPN TV - and the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl, 2011 & 2012 New Mexico Bowl, 2012 BBVA Compass Bowl, 2012 Alamo Bowl, 2013 Armed Forces Bowl, 2014 & 2016 Liberty Bowl, 2014 Music City Bowl, and 2015 Cactus Bowl on ESPN Radio.