Chris Berman Biography
Chris Berman is an esteemed American sports journalist working as a host at ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel currently. He joined the ESPN network as a sports anchor in October 1979.
Berman has become one of America’s most popular, respected, and in many ways, most beloved sportscasters of his era for more than four decades. He is popularly known for his signature delivery of highlights most notably on NFL Sundays in every sport.
Chris Berman Age
Chris Berman was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, the United States, on May 10, 1955. He is 67 years old as of 2022.
Chris Berman Height
He stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches(Approx. 1.75m).
Chris Berman Family
Berman was born to his parents Peggy Shevell and James Berman in Greenwich, Connecticut, the United States. His mother was a reporter-researcher for Time magazine, and his father is a corporate executive vice president. Berman has though not shared any details regarding his siblings or if he has any.
Chris Berman Wife
Berman is a widower to his wife the late Katherine Alexinski, who died after a traffic collision on May 10, 2017. She was a school teacher. The couple got married and before her untimely death had two children.
She had a blood-alcohol level three times higher than the legal limit according to the investigation report. Her car crashed into another vehicle driven by Edward Bertulis. Both Edward, who was 87 years old and Katherine died.
Chris Berman Daughter
Berman is a father of two children Douglas, and Merideth. In July 2018, His daughter, Merideth was diagnosed with tongue cancer. She completed her treatment in January 2019.
Chris Berman Education
Berman attended the University of Brown in Providence, Rhode Island, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
Chris Berman Salary
Berman receives an annual salary of $81,325 per year, according to ESPN anchor’s salaries.
Chris Berman Net Worth
Berman earns an estimated net worth of $ $20 million.
Chris Berman Career
He is an American sports journalist currently working as a host at ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel. Berman joined the ESPN network as a sports anchor in October 1979.
He has become one of America’s most popular, respected, and in many ways, most beloved sportscasters of his era for more than four decades. Berman started his journalism career in New Britain, Connecticut at WVIT-TV, an NBC-owned-and-operated television station.
He served as a weekend sports anchor at the station. Berman joined ESPN a month after it had been launched. Career is one of ESPN’s longest-tenured employees. From 1979 and the only remaining SportsCenter anchor.