Marty Snider is an American sportscaster who is currently working for the NBC Sports and Turner Sports. He is known for his jovial nature and has been acclaimed critically for his interviewing skills.
Early Life and Career
The renowned sportscaster was born on July 15, 1969. He worked as a sports reporter for WYFF and also worked as an intern for WGHP in High Point. He was also hired as a sports reporter and was seen on the air while he was about to finish his senior year of college.
Snider also worked as a reporter and associate producer for the ESPN’s NASCAR Today. He also worked as a pit reporter for the Motor Racing Networks' radio broadcasts. He has also been a part of eight national Emmy Award winning broadcasts team.
The NBCSN hired Snider to be the reporter on NASCAR America. He also appeared during practice and qualifying session on Speed and Fox sports 1.
He is also a part of the TNT NBA team where he served as a sideline reporter during the day to day season and playoffs working with Marv Albert and Steve Kerr and with Kevin Harlan and Reggie Miller.
Marty also served as a sideline reporter for the CBS sports for their SEC on CBS football coverage. He also worked for years as a sideline reporter for the NCAA Tournament.
Marty Snider was raised in High Point. At the age of 10, he was introduced to racing by his cousin and Jay Hedgecock, an occasional Sprint Cup series driver. He recalled spending time with Heggcock, Jeff Burton, Kyle Petty and Phil Parsons hanging out in the garage.
Snider is married and has a son named Myatt Snitter, who currently drives in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for the Kyle Busch Motorsports. Apart from his son, he has not disclosed about his wife and other marital details.
Snider’s has not revealed about his net worth but as he is involved in different programs and sports his net worth is reported to be more than millions.