Brian Windhorst Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN.com
Brian Windhorst Biography
Brian Windhorst is a media personality and 2 times New York best-selling author currently working for ESPN.com as a sportswriter and covers the National Basketball Association (NBA). Previously, Brian Windhorst served for the Akron Beacon Journal as a sports columnist.
Brian Windhorst Age
Brian was born in Akron, Ohio, United States, on January 29, 1978. He is 43 years old and on January 29, 1978, every year celebrates his birthday.
Brian Windhorst Height
Windhorst is a man of above-average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches/ approx. 1.75 m tall.
Brian Windhorst Family
He was born Brian Thomas to his loving parents Merrylou Windhorst and Todd E. Windhorst in Akron, Ohio, United States. Though information about his siblings is not available and we will update you on this segment once we have clear details.
Brian Windhorst Wife
He is married to her beautiful wife, Maureen Ellen Fulton. Maureen graduated with a law degree from the University of Missouri. The couple tied the knot in 2012 at Lauritzen Gardens in an outdoor ceremony. During his free time, Brian enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending much time with his family members and friends.
Brian Windhorst Salary
Brian receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000. This is according to ESPN news anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Brian Windhorst’s Net worth
Windhorst has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Brian Windhorst Career
Brian in the year 2010 joined ESPN and covers the NBA for ESPN.com. He also makes frequent appearances on various ESPN platforms such as Hoop Streams, Gets Up, The Jump, First Take, and SportsCenter. Additionally, He is the host of The Hoop Collective podcast as well as Brian Windhorst.
Before joining ESPN, He served from 2003 to 2008 for the Akron Beacon Journal. Brian later moved to Cleveland Plain Dealer and served there from October 2008 to 2010. He moved to ESPN in 2010 after LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Before leaving The Plain Dealer, Windhorst made appearances on ESPN First Take and contributed columns to ESPN.com.