- Famous Name Max Kellerman
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Max Kellerman
- Birth Place New York City, New York, U.S.
- Famous Name Max Kellerman
- Birth Date August 6, 1973
- Horoscope Leo
- Father Henry Kellerman
- Mother Linda Kellerman
- Net Worth $6 million
- Salary $78,200
- Height 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)
- Show First Take
- Coworker Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim
- Show Time 10 AM ET until noon, with returns from 1:00 to 3:00 PM ET
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession boxing commentator
- Currently Working For ESPN
- University attended Columbia University
- Currently Married yes
- Married to Erin Manning
- Children 3
Max Kellerman is a famous sportscaster currently working for ESPN: hosting the This Just In with Max Kellerman on ESPN. Known for his appearance on First Take, Max Kellerman is co-hosted the show alongside Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim.
New York City, New York native, Max Kellerman was born on August 6, 1973, under the star sign Leo. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group.
Accumulated A Net Worth Over $6 million As of 2022
The American sportscaster/anchor Max Kellerman has an estimated net worth of $6 million. Being one of the popular ESPN anchors, Max Kellerman has managed to establish himself as one of the highest earners of the network.
As ESPN is a popular Sports Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As a renowned ESPN enthusiast, Max Kellerman earns a decent amount of salary from the network, Collecting whopping net worth.
As of 2022, the reporter receives an annual salary of $1 million from his successful reporting career with ESPN. He replaced Skip Bayless as the host of First Take, who used to earn an annual salary of $5 million.
In particular, the ESPN network pays its employees an average annual salary of $85,000. Since Kellerman lives in the United States, he lives a standard life with the money he earned from his career.
Max Kellerman works alongside Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim at ESPN. And as of now, Stephen A. Smith receives an annual salary of $3.5 and Molly Qerim reportedly earns $50 thousand annually.
Besides, he owns a $1,495,000 house in East Hampton, New York (NY), which he purchased in 2004.
Happily Married to Erin Manning
Max Kellerman, an American sportscaster, is happily married to his wife Erin Manning and lives the best part of his life with his wife and three daughters Esther Kellerman, Sam Kellerman and Mira Kellerman. Talking about Max Kellerman's past life, there are no rumors about his past affairs and previous girlfriends.
Max and his brother Sam were also members of a hip-hop group under the name " Max and Sam." They were signed in 1994 under Columbia Records and recorded a video with the title " Young Man Rumble."
Kellerman has a small permanent scar from a childhood accident on the left side of his mouth. An article in Sports Illustrated said it resulted from his stupidity as a child in the vicinity of an electric outlet.
Early Life and Educational History
Max Kellerman was born to Henry Kellerman and Linda Kellerman. Further, the details about his early childhood and siblings are not surfaced in the media yet.
The fluent Yiddish speaker is a member of a Jewish family and his activities exhibit the pure Jewish culture. He was very interested in singing and public speech programs and was a supporter of the Hip-Hop genre.
Talking about his education, he completed his high school education at Hunter College situated in Greenwich Village, New York and later, he joined Columbia University where he earned his bachelor's degree.
When Kellerman was a teenager, he was appointed a broadcaster for the cable television program in New York City, which was his first experience as a broadcaster.
After graduating from Columbia University, he later became an analyst in the " Friday Night Fights" boxing series of ESPN, creating numerous opportunities for him to work as a sports broadcaster in his future days.
He replaced Colin Cowherd and hosted the WEPN program at 10 a.m. to noon, which was followed by his HBO's boxing broadcast and also worked for CNN, which was announced on 12 May 2010. He is currently a host of ESPN's First Take and a color commentator on HBO World Boxing Championship and HBO Boxing After Dark.
Further, Max was also featured in different movies like Rocky Balboa, Creed, and Real Husbands of Hollywood.
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