Mary Carillo- Wiki, Age, Ethnicity, Husband, Height, Net Worth, Career

Mary Carillo

Mary Carillo is a former professional tennis player and sportscaster from the United States. Mary Carillo was a professional basketball player from 1977 to 1980. She achieved a career-high singles ranking of 33 and won the 1977 French Open Mixed Doubles Championship.

Quick Facts

Full Name: Mary Carillo
Born Date: 15 Mar 1957
Age: 65 years
Horoscope: Pisces
Lucky Number: 4
Lucky Stone: Aquamarine
Lucky Color: Sea Green
Best Match for Marriage: Cancer, Scorpio
Gender: Female
Profession: Former Tennis Player, Sportscaster
Country: USA
Height: 5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)
Marital Status: divorce
Married Date: January 1, 1970
Husband Bill Bowden
Net Worth $10M
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Birth Place New York, New York
Nationality American
Father Anthony Carillo
Mother Terry Sullivan Carillo
Siblings Two (Charlie Carillo and Gina Carillo)
Kids Two (Rachel and Anthony)

Mary Carillo Biography

Mary Carillo was born in New York, USA, on March 15, 1957. She is 65 years old and born under the Pisces astrological sign. She is of American descent and is left-handed.

Anthony Carillo is her father’s name, and Terry Sullivan Carillo is her mother’s. Charlie Carillo, a well-known author, is one of her brothers. On the other hand, she has an actress sister, Gina Carillo. Similarly, Mary is very close to both of her siblings and adores them. Similarly, she has a close relationship with her parents.

Mary Carillo Education

Mary’s educational background and qualifications are currently unknown, as are the names of the educational institutions she attended. However, based on her age and other sources, Carillo completed high school.

Mary Carillo Height And Weight

Mary Carillo stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 65 kg, but her other body measurements are unknown at this time. Moreover. Carillo has brown eyes and brown hair.

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From 1977 to 1980, Mary Carillo was able to compete on the women’s professional tennis circuit. Her highest world ranking was No. 33 in the Women’s Tennis Association Rankings from January to March 1980, but she had to retire due to knee injuries. Similarly, she never won a major singles title, but she did win the French Open mixed-doubles title with John McEnroe in 1977. She began her television career in 1980, working for the USA Network, PBS from 1981 to 1986, and MSG from 1981 to 1988. Carillo later worked for ESPN from 1988 to 1997 and again from 2003 to 2010.

Furthermore, from 1986 to 2014, she was able to work on US Open coverage for CBS Sports. From 1996 to 1999, she hosted and analyzed HBO’s Wimbledon coverage, and from 2000 to 2002, she hosted and analyzed Turner Sports’ Wimbledon coverage. She was able to join NBC Sports as an analyst on its French Open and Wimbledon coverage in 2003, after making her NBC debut as an analyst for the 1996 Family Circle Cup tennis event. She even contributes to The Tennis Channel’s commentary.

Sports Illustrated dubbed her “the sport’s top analyst” due to her candid and insightful commentary. Mary was also named Tennis Magazine’s Best Commentator, World Tennis Magazine’s Best Commentator, and the Women’s Tennis Association’s Broadcaster of the Year.

More On Career

Mary Carillo was able to serve as an Olympic tennis analyst at both the Summer Olympics in Atlanta and Sydney, as well as as a skiing reporter for CBS’s coverage of the Winter Olympics in Albertville, Lillehammer, and Nagano. Her co-hosting of the 2002 Closing Ceremony with Dan Hicks also earned her critical acclaim. And, at the 2004 Athens Games, she received critical acclaim for her debut as a full-time Olympic host on Bravo’s coverage, as well as anchoring USA Network’s live, Grand Slam-style coverage of the tennis gold medal finals.

Similarly, she was able to serve as a late-night show host, closing ceremony host, and “Friend of Bob” during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, her ninth Olympic assignment and sixth with NBC. She even returned to NBC’s coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi as a late-night host and human-interest reporter. Furthermore, she has been a correspondent on HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel since 1997. She even won a Sports Emmy for her Real Sports segment on the Hoyt Family.

Furthermore, she also co-hosted the 133rd, 137th, and 140th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Shows on USA Networks in 2009, 2013, and 2016. She is also a commentator for the Hallmark Channel special Paw Star Game, which premieres on July 12, 2015, as well as Hallmark’s Kitten Bowl.

Mary Carillo Husband, Marriage

In the year 1983, Mary Carillo married Bill Bowden. Rachel and Anthony are the names of the couple’s two children. They were married for 15 years before divorcing and splitting up in 1998. She could, however, be single right now.

Mary Carillo’s Net Worth

Mary Carillo has a net worth of $10 million as of February 2023, and her primary source of income must be her career as a former tennis player and current TV commentator.