Ryen Russillo Net worth 2017: His annual salary is $95 thousand

Ryen Russillo Net worth 2017: His annual salary is $95 thousand

Ryen Russillo born on August 5, 1975, in West Tisbury, Massachusetts is an American sports host. Ryen on August 31, 2015, became the main host of Rusillo and Kanell on ESPN Radio. Prior to this, he was the main host of SVP & Russilo (previously titled The Scott Van Pelt Show). Let’s know about his net worth and his salary.

Ryen Russillo Net Worth and salary

Firstly let’s talk about his net worth. Ryen started his career in hosting in the mid-2003 and now has become very popular among the fans. His popularity has earned him a staggering net worth of $1.7 million.

It is no surprise as Ryen has been working very hard and his dedication towards his work has helped to reach where he is right now. As of now Ryen has been working for ESPN radio for about 11 years. He hosted NBA Sunday, The Baseball Show and ESPN Radio College GameDay on ESPN Radio. Apart from that, he was also a regular host for GameNight and also was a substitute host for The Dough Gottlieb Show and All Night with Jason Smith.

Ryen during his show SVP & Russillo. Caption: Ryen during his show SVP & Russillo.

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Well, that was some of his sources of income, but wait there is more. Ryen is also regular on shows like New England Sports Tonight and is also a studio analyst for the Boston Celtics’ television coverage.

Adding all his income he makes an annual salary of $95 thousand including bonuses and incentives. Besides, he also earns from advertisement and commendatory.

Ryen with his 2016 Land Rover. Caption: Ryen with his 2016 Land Rover.

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Ryen drives a 2016 Land Rover Range Rover. It isn’t a cheap car and cost around $73,000. Well, money is no problem for Ryen and he is definitely living a very luxurious lifestyle.


Before he landed a job in ESPN, Ryen hosted The Die Hards with co-hosts Anthony Pepe, John Anik, Kevin Winter and Mike Winn for the Sporting News Radio. He worked there till 2005 and then he did pre-game and post-game commentary for the New England Patriots on WBCN.

While working for New England Patriots, Ryen had a personal conflict with John Dennis of WEEI and it may be the reason why he was let go. But that didn’t stop him from pursuing what he wanted to do. Well, maybe he was destined to join ESPN Radio. Ryen got an opportunity to host multiple shows for the ESPN Radio and he did a fantastic job there as well.

Ryen was even named the Best Radio Voice of 2007 by Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch for his work on ESPN Radio. Richard praised Ryen’s reasoned approach and knowledge in sports. As of now he is one of the valued assets of ESPN Radio and is the main host of Russillo and Kanell.

Lastly, we would like to wish Ryen all the luck for his future and hope he reaches to higher success.