TSN Frank Seravalli Wiki, Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Salary, Grey Hair, Family, Children

Frank Seravalli Biography – Frank Seravalli Wiki

Frank Seravalli is an American sports reporter. He covered ice hockey for the Canadian sports network The Sports Network (TSN) from June 2015 to May 17, 2021. He joined TSN in 2015 as its Senior Hockey Reporter, covering the NHL beat for TSN.ca and also appearing on SportsCentre, That’s Hockey and TSN Radio.

Prior to joining TSN, Seravalli worked for eight years with the Philadelphia Daily News, covering the Flyers and other news stories from around the National Hockey League. He was also an Intern at Philadelphia Daily News.

From Oct 2006 to May 2009, he worked as a freelance journalist for Bucks County Courier Times, Doylestown Intelligencer, Dallas Morning News, Washington Examiner, Associated Press, NHL.com, Breakaway Hockey Magazine, various NHL team web sites.

Seravalli attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism for a Masters of Science in Journalism. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language and Literature. He also graduated from Georgetown University with a Certificate in Institute of Political Journalism. He attended Holy Ghost Preparatory School from 2002 – 2006.

In June 2019, Seravalli was elected as president of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association (PHWA). From Jun 2017 – Jun 2019, he was the Executive Vice President of PHWA. He served as the Co-Vice President of the Alumni Association of Holy Ghost Preparatory School Graphic from Sep 2014 – Jul 2018.

Frank Seravalli Age

He was born on May 7, 1988, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

Frank Seravalli Family

He works and lives in Philadelphia with his family.

Frank Seravalli Net Worth

Frank Seravalli’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million.

Frank Seravalli Hair – Frank Seravalli Grey Hair

In January 2019, Frank Seravalli revealed his struggle with depression and PTSD on Twitter. Caitlyn Golem thanked him for his courage and willingness to openly speak about mental health. One Twitter replied saying, “No more gray hair stabs for me then.” Seravalli said to the Twitter user: “Ha. You can make fun of me for my gray hair all ya want. I can’t help that I went prematurely gray.”

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