Madelyn Burke was born Madelyn Amanda Burke on January 31, 1988, in Los Angeles, California, United States. She is the child of Tamara Parisio and James Burke, a journalist, sports reporter and studio personality. 

Burke has also been on Bleacher Report and Sports on Earth as a studio host. Further, she is from Los Angeles and mixes her California origins and west coast vibes with the buzz of the east coast.

The Sports Reporter, Madelyn Burke Relationships

The Journalist has at her age to be married and already had graduated from the University with a bachelor’s degree in 2009. But she has been focusing on her career too much, which made her avoid relationships for now.

The studio host is a single and young-aged girl who has been on the way to becoming an independent woman. Not to mention, she wants to make her future bright with her efforts.

Madelyn Burke Career

Burke has worked in the sports industry in numerous roles since college, including her first employment on the Fox Sports Net show “Runnin with the PAC.” Launching, presenting, producing, and expanding LACTV has given her a crucial position.

Madelyn grew part-time employment out of a modest business, traveling with the team for preseason, regular season, playoffs, and NBA China Games in Beijing and Shanghai. Also Read: Stella McCartney

She appeared on Sports Nation following the Eagles’ triumph against the division rivals and believes Big Blue can still make a postseason run. It’s a tall order for the G-men to meet, but as Madelyn put it, “everything is conceivable” after winning three of their past five games.

In 2015, the studio personality relocated to New York to assist with the debut of FanDuel Insider. Similarly, she co-presented the weekly Sirius XM Radio program FanDuel Fantasy Basketball and offered daily news updates for fantasy football, basketball, baseball, and hockey.

Madelyn Burke’s Net Worth

She often appeared on NBATV’s FanDuel Fantasy Tip-off and co-hosted the weekly FanDuel Fantasy Basketball show. The Bleacher Reporter had answered the question, “Did you always wanted to work in sports media?”

According to the Studio anchor, she enjoyed writing and went to college to pursue a journalism degree. She didn’t understand she could combine her passions for writing and athletics until she was in college, and her career path shifted from print to video/digital in that sense.

The reporter hasn’t had the most OK day of her life. Madelyn noted that earning her first position as a host was beautiful, and working production on several Super Bowls and NBA Finals will always be memorable. She has conducted interviews with athletes who have been open and honest with her, which she has admired. And she has made a net worth of $2 Million.

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