Jeané Coakley Biography
Jeané Coakley is an Emmy award-winning journalist who is currently working at SNY TV as an anchor and sports reporter airing entertainment news, SportsNite, Daily News Live, and Loud Mouths.
She had previously worked at WISH-TV in Indianapolis, Ind., where, in addition to traveling with the Blue Angels and skydiving with the Golden Knights of the Army, she covered the Colts, Pacers, Big Ten football and basketball, the Indianapolis 500, and the Brickyard 400.
How old is Jeané Coakley?- Age
Jeane, SNY TV’s anchor is 42 years old as of June 30, 20201. She was born on March 30, 1979, in Newport News, Virginia, the United States.
Jeané Coakley Parents-Family
She is born into a family of five siblings. Being raised up with boys, she became a tomboy as a way of adopting on how to live with her brothers under the care of their parents. This led her into playing soccer, volleyball, softball, and was a member of the gymnast while in high school.
Jeané Coakley Husband – Wedding
She is married to Scott David Burrell. The couple engaged in 2015, they have two children; a son and a daughter. Scott is the former NBA player and the Southern Connecticut State University men’s basketball team head coach. He was named the 2016 ECAC Coach of the Year.
Jeané Net Worth
Coakley has an estimated net worth of $1 million, which she has acquired from her career as a SportsNet New York reporter.
Jeané Coakley SportsNet New York
She stood in for Game Break for Chris Carlin, Gary Apple, Brian Custer, Jonas Schwartz, Eamon McAnaney, Michelle Yu, Kirk Gimenez, Kerith Burke, Steve Gelbs, and C.J Papa. Game Break is the New York Mets Season Games chapter. Coakley serves as a beat reporter for SportsNet New York’s New York Jets. She also has tours covering sports around the country. She has covered, among others, the Super Bowl, Indy 500, March Madness, High school basketball, football, and baseball were all covered by Coakley.
Jeané Coakley Wish-TV
Coakley’s first on-air sports job was with KYMA in Yuma, Arizona. In 2006, she relocated to the Midwest and accepted a position as a sports reporter at WISH-TV in Indianapolis. She covered all sports for WISH-TV, including the Colts, Pacers, Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, Big Ten football, basketball, and the Indianapolis Tennis Championship, which featured Andy Roddick and James Blake. She received an Emmy Award in 2010 for her coverage of the New York Jets.