David Kaplan Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth ESPN

David Kaplan

David Kaplan

David Kaplan Biography

David Kaplan serves at ESPN 1000 as he co-hosts Kap and J. Hood.  He works on NBC Sports Chicago on The Football Aftershow. Aired after EVERY Chicago Bears game, Basketball Night in Chicago throughout the basketball season.

On NBC Sports Chicago as a host into the bargain. Kaplan worked at Chicago sports radio station WMVP-AM before.

David Kaplan Age

Kaplan was born in Chicago Illinois, in the United States on November 19, 1960. He is 62 years old.

David Kaplan Height

Kaplan stands at an average height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.

David Kaplan Education

Kaplan studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. In English from Hamline Campus in St. Paul Minnesota.

David Kaplan Family

Kaplan has hidden details on his parents and siblings away from the public.

David Kaplan Wife

Kaplan is a married man to Mindy Kaplan, who works. At the Lou Malnati’s chain of Chicago-style pizzerias as an executive. They are blessed to have a kid called Brett who was born in 1994. And three stepsons Nicholas a 28-year-old, Alexander a 26-year-old, and Garret a 25-year-old.

David Kaplan Salary

Kaplan annually earns a salary of $ 81,201, according to NBC hosts salaries.

David Kaplan Net Worth

Kaplan has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

David Kaplan Career

Kaplan worked at WGN as the host of Sports Central in 1995. He co-hosted the show together with former Chicago Bears star Tom Waddle. For a period of more than a decade, the show at the time was the longest.

On-air sports talk duo in Chicago radio history. Waddle left to join ESPN Radio and Kaplan hosted the show solo till March 2010.  When the show was replaced with a non-sports-oriented talk show.

former Program Director Kevin Metheny then in February 2007. Kaplan signed a new long-term contract, to work as the primary host.  Of a new evening talk show named WGN Sports Night.

At WGN Radio after the removal of Metheny in December 2010. He was titled for Chicago Tribune Live on Comcast SportsNet as the host in January 2008. Kaplan got employed by the NBC Sports Network, to call college basketball games.

After a long stint as a basketball announcer for ESPN in November 2012. He works at ESPN 1000 as he co-hosts Kap and J. Hood as of now. Kaplan works on NBC Sports Chicago on The Football Aftershow, aired after EVERY Chicago Bears game.

Basketball Night in Chicago throughout the basketball season on NBC Sports Chicago as a host into the bargain. He worked at Chicago sports radio station WMVP-AM before.