Colin Cowherd is a famous sports media personality from America. He started his broadcasting career from the TV station, KVBC. He has also been sports anchor at a number of sports channels and platforms and then in the year 2003; he joined ESPN. He got controversy when he made comments related to baseball players of Dominican Republic. In the year 2015, he announced that he would leave ESPN and joined Fox Sports that year. If you want to know more about life and the net worth of Colin Cowherd in 2020, then you can read this article ahead.
Early Life & Biography
He was born on 6th January in the year 1964 in Aberdeen in Washington. He is the son of Patricia and Charles. His father is an optometrist while his mother was a housewife. When he was 14 years old, his family migrated to the US. He and his sister were raised by his mother because his father got divorced because of his alcoholism. He was quite a loner child most to the time used to sit on the roof and used to listen to baseball games on the radio.
WaWagon reviews anything about his personal life as he is focused on his professional life more at present and nothing much is known about him and his girlfriend or wife. Due to his controversies with the domination Republic, he also said sorry for his remarks.
Career, Awards & Nominations
He began his career as a sports director in Las Vegas at KVBC C channel, and he was also named as Nevada’s one of the best sportscaster of the year for total five times. He used to serve as a sports anchor in Tampa for the channel WTVT. Later on, he moved to Portland and started working as a sports anchor for the channel KGW-TV. In the year 2003, he was selected on the ESPN and replaced by Tony Kornheiser. On 16 July in the year 2015, he decided to leave the channel ESPN, and he joins Fox Sports by signing of Fourier of contract with the channel. Later on, I move to Fox Sports radio and the premier networks on the 8th of September in the year 2015.
Net Worth & Earnings
The net worth of Colin Cowherd is around $16 million which he has earned by working as a radio sportscaster. He is a popular host of the ESPN radio and his annual salary from the Fox sports channel was around $6 million. His asset purchase value in the year 2015 was around $3.1 million. One of the most popular shows of his is the Herd.
He has been Arnold in many controversies like the big lead when he made remarks on Slater on; he also made remarks on baseball game of Dominican Republic. He has won many words in his career like in the year 2005, he won radio personality of the year, and he has also won sportscaster award for five times, and he is also rated as the best Pundit of 2012 because of his sports predictions.