Emmett Golden is a journalist and television host from the United States. He currently co-hosts The Next Level on ESPN Cleveland with Emmett and Jerod. In addition, he co-hosts “RBS Next” with longstanding hosts Tony Rizzo and Aaron Goldhammer. He had previously worked at American Greetings in the shipping and receiving department, in a plant making plumbing supplies, and even at Dicks Sporting Goods selling treadmills. His path from 29-year-old intern to current-day show host has been humbling, especially because he’s doing it all at his father’s favorite station.
Emmett Golden Age
Emmett Golden was born in the United States of America. However, his exact date and year of birth are not unknown.
Emmett Golden Height
Emmett stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in /1.72 m tall.
Emmett Golden Family
Emmett was born and brought up in America by his parents. He had grown up listening to ESPN Cleveland, owing to his father’s fondness for the station. As time passed, he developed an interest in sports talk radio. Emmett’s father had passed nearly five years before it was time to re-evaluate his possibilities and hunt for a job. That’s when he saw an advertisement for a local broadcasting school on ESPN Cleveland. He was immediately captivated.
Emmett Golden Wife
Emmett is married to his lovely unnamed bride. The couple has two children, one of whom is Ethan. He keeps his personal life quiet, therefore the world is unaware of the identities of his wife and children.
Emmett Golden Salary
Emmett earns an annual salary of $70,234.
Emmett Golden Net Worth
Emmett’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Emmett Golden Career
Emmett currently co-hosts The Next Level with Emmett and Jerod on ESPN Cleveland. He followed up with ESPN Cleveland through email, and the station invited him to an interview. He strolled into the building, believing he’d made it, but quickly discovered they’d already hired their interns for the year. Instead of taking it personally, he was appreciative for the chance and worked as an intern.
Finally, he was offered a full-time employment with the station as an afternoon show producer. Soon after, Cohen began training and prepping Emmett to be an ESPN Cleveland host. Co-hosting chances grew more common, and he found himself on the other side of the glass than he was used to.