Beth Berry ESPN is best known for being the wife of Matthew Berry who worked as a Senior Fantasy Sports analyst for ESPN from 2007 until he announced that he was leaving the station on July 11.
Beth Berry Work
Beth whose full name is BETH Moran-Berry is a CPA Senior Director at ESPN having joined the station in March 1996. She previously worked for Nynes and Arthur Andersen as a CPA as per her Linkedin. At Nynex, he joined the company in Aug 1995 until Mar 1996 when she worked as a Technical Researcher. As a CPA for Arthur Andersen, she worked in the Audit department from Sep 1991 to Aug 1995.
For her education, Beth went to The University of Connecticut for a Bachelor of Science BS in Accounting.
Beth Berry & Matthew Berry
Berry resides in Connecticut with his wife, Beth Berry (who also works for ESPN), and their five children. They usually arrive on the red carpet together. On Feb 3, 2017, the couple attended the 13th Annual ESPN The Party in Houston Texas.
Berry also recognizes his wife on his Twitter account. On International Women’s Day, he wrote in a Tweet while sharing a photo of his wife and work wife, Stephania Bell ESPN, “Happy #InternationalWomensDay to my wife Beth & my “work wife” @Stephania_ESPN. I like to joke about both of them but the truth is – both have incredible work ethics, are much smarter than I and I’m very lucky to have both of them in my life.”
Happy #InternationalWomensDay to my wife Beth & my “work wife” @Stephania_ESPN. I like to joke about both of them but the truth is – both have incredible work ethics, are much smarter than I and I’m very lucky to have both of them in my life. 💪🙌🥂 pic.twitter.com/J9aBmwCWaG
— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) March 8, 2020
Berry was born on Dec 29, 1969, in Denver, Colorado, and is currently 52 years old as of 2022. His career started with writing for television and film and creating a few pilots and film scripts with his writing partner Eric Abrams. After writing for Rotoworld as a side job, Berry launched his own fantasy sports websites “TalentedMr.Roto.com” in 2004 and “Rotopass.com”
He is a Texas A&M fan because of his close familial ties with the program, having season tickets in his youth. Due to his residence in Virginia, Berry’s favorite NFL team became the Washington Commanders.