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|Born||September 10th, 1971|
|🏡 Residence||Riverwoods, Illinois|
|Other names||Silvy, Little Foot|
|🎓 Alma mater||Southern Illinois University|
Sportstalk radio host
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|👩 Spouse(s)||Allie Silverman|
|👶 Children||Mason Sol Silverman and Braxton Walker Silverman|
|👴 👵 Parent(s)||Barbara & Harvey Silverman|
Marc Silverman (born September 10, 1971) also known as Silvy and Little Foot, is the co-host of WVMP AM's Waddle and Silvy on ESPN 1000.
Silverman grew up in Skokie, Illinois and attended Niles North High School. On family trips, he would go by the CB radio name Little Foot. The name does not coincide with the fact he has small hands.
Silverman majored in Radio/Television at Southern Illinois University and was named Top 25 Most Distinguished Seniors out of nearly 24,000 students. After graduating, he spent two years as Sports Director of University radio station.
As a reporter Silverman has covered six Super Bowls and three Chicago Bulls championships. He was a play-by-play reporter of high school boys and girls basketball games in Estherville, Iowa in 1994.
Silverman is married to his wife, Allie. He has two children, Mason and Braxton. He has been active in many charity auctions. In October 2014 he bought a house in Riverwoods, Illinois, a village in Lake County, Illinois.
- "ESPN 1000 co-host Marc Silverman; exclusive interview". Chicago Now, March 2013.
- ESPN 1000's Marc Silverman
- "Marc Silverman buys Riverwoods house" - Chicago Tribune
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