Tony Kornheiser Biography
Tony Kornheiser is a television sports talk show host, columnist, and sportswriter. He is well known in three forms of media due to his endeavors from 1979 to 2001 for The Washington Post as a writer.
Kornheiser serves for EPSN Sports Channel as a co-host and Emmy Award-winning sports present. He also serves as a Monday Night Football commentator and ESPN Radio host. Tony joined as a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post.
Tony Kornheiser Age
Kornheiser was born in Lynbrook, New York, in the United States, on July 13, 1948. He is 73 years old and on July 13, 1948, every year celebrates his birthday.
Tony Kornheiser Height
Kornheiser stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches/ Approx 1.75 m tall.
Tony Kornheiser Education
Kornheiser attended George W. Hewlett High School for his high school diploma. Where he served the school newspaper as the sports editor thus graduating in 1965. Kornheiser joined Harpur College (now Binghamton University) and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1970 following high school.
Tony Kornheiser Family
Kornheiser was born and brought up by his caring and loving parents Estelle. And Ira Kornheiser in Lynbrook, New York. His dad served as a dress cutter. Kornheiser spent his summers in Pennsylvania at Camp Keeyumah over his youth.
Tony Kornheiser Wife
Kornheiser is married to his nice-looking wife Karel Kornheiser. The couple married in 1973 and has two goog-looking children namely HowElizabeth and Michael.
Tony Kornheiser Children
Kornheiser and Karel are proud parents of 2 amazing children namely Elizabeth Tony and Michael Tony.
Tony Kornheiser Salary
Kornheiser earns an annual salary of $20,000 – $ 100,000 per year, according to The Washington Post sports anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Tony Kornheiser’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Tony Kornheiser Career
Kornheiser is a television sports talk show host, columnist, and sportswriter. He joined as a general assignment reporter for The Washington Post. Kornheiser is well known in three forms of media due to his endeavors from 1979 to 2001 for The Washington Post as a writer.
His association with ESPN goes back to the 1990s. When Kornheiser worked for The Sports Reporters on the Sunday morning roundtable program as a frequent contributor. He joined Harpur College (now Binghamton University) and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1970.