Chris Berman Biography
Chris Berman is an American sports journalist currently working as an anchor for ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel. In October 1979, he joined the ESPN network as a sports anchor. For more than four decades, Chris has become one of the most popular, respected, and in many ways, the most beloved sportscasters of his generation in America. Berman is widely known for signing highlights, most notably NFL Sundays in each sport.
Chris Berman Age
Chris was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States on May 10, 1955. He is 66 years old.
Height Chris Berman
Berman stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (about 1.75 meters).
Chris Berman Family
He was born to parents Peggy Shevell and James Berman in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States. His mother was an investigative reporter for Time magazine and his father is a corporate executive vice president. However, Chris did not share details about his siblings or if he has any.
Husband Chris Berman
He is the widower of his wife, the late Catherine Alexinski, who died following a car accident on May 10, 2017. The late Catherine was a teacher. The couple married in 1983 and had two children before her untimely death.
Katherine had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit according to the investigation report. Catherine’s car crashed into another vehicle driven by Edward Bertoulis. Both Edward, who was 87, and Catherine died.
Daughter Chris Berman
Chris is father to two children Douglas and Merideth. His daughter Merideth was diagnosed with tongue cancer in July 2018. In January 2019, she completed her treatment.
Chris Berman Education
He attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island and graduated with a degree in History.
Salary Chris Berman
Chris earns an annual salary of $81,325 per year. That’s according to ESPN anchor salaries.
Chris Berman Net Worth
Chris Berman has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Chris Berman career
Chris Berman is an American sports journalist currently working as an anchor for ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel. In October 1979, he joined the ESPN network as a sports anchor. For more than four decades, Chris has become one of the most popular, respected, and in many ways, the most beloved sportscasters of his time in America.
He began his journalism career in New Britain, Connecticut at WVIT-TV, an NBC owned and operated television station. At the station, Chris served as the weekend sports anchor. He joined ESPN a month after its release. Career has been one of ESPN’s longest-serving employees since 1979 and the only remaining SportsCenter anchor.
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