|Date of Birth:||1970, August 16|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Bonnie Lynn Bernstein|
|Birth Place||Brooklyn, New York City, New York|
|Famous Name||Bonnie Bernstein|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Divorce||Roy Thornton, Grant Reynolds|
Bonnie Bernstein is a sports journalist from America. The American Sportscaster Association named her as one of the most accomplished female sportscasters in history.
Bernstein is also the vice president of Campus Insiders. She serves as a guest commentator on various news channel including MSNBC, NBC and Fox News Channel. Aside from her work in the media, she is also focused on philanthropic efforts on two areas; childhood obesity and deep vein thrombosis awareness.
Bonnie Bernstein's net worth is reported to be over $1 million as of 2019. She has earned her wealth widely through her journalism career. According to the source, she makes over $500,000 per annum as her salary.
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Recently on January 2019, Bonnie Bernstein Billed University of Maryland $118,000 as Part of Commission Investigating Football Culture.
Bonnie Bernstein has married twice in her life. Her earlier marriage was with Roy Thornton. After things ended with her ex-husband Roy, she married again.
Bernstein new marital affair was with Grant Reynolds. Like her past marriage, her second marriage also did not work out for her. She is currently unmarried and her relationship status is reported to be single.
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Bonnie Bernstein was born on August 16, 1970, as Bonnie Lyn Bernstein, in Brooklyn, New York, United States. She holds American Citizenship and is of white ethnical background.
Bernstein went to Howell High School for her early education and is also a member of the school's hall of fame. Upon, completing her schooling education, she attended the University of Maryland and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in broadcast journalism.
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Bonnie Bernstein's career began with WXJN-FM. Later after that, she was transferred to WMDT-TV that was in Salisbury, Maryland. She joined ESPN in 1995 as its Chicago Bureau Chief covering Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls team.
Bernstein stayed with ESPN for 3 years and joined CBS Sports in 1998 as the lead sideline reporter for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. She only stayed with the channel for 3 years and later returned to ESPN in January of 2006.
Bernstein continued to stay with ESPN for a long time. She became the vice president of Content and Brand Development for Campus Insiders. She currently freelances for The Dan Patrick Show, ESPN, ESPNW, and DirecTV. She has also made an appearance as a post-game reporter on the 2014 comedy special, What Are We Talkin' About?
Bernstein is also involved in philanthropic efforts. She is the media strategist and national ambassador for ING KiDS ROCK. She is also the co-national spokesperson for the Coalition to Prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis. Her primary focus on philanthropy has been about childhood obesity and deep vein thrombosis awareness.