Johannes B. Kerner Biography
Johannes Baptist Kerner is a German television host, journalist, and former sportscaster. He attended boarding school at Aloisiuskolleg in Bonn and went on to study business administration in Berlin, but did not graduate.
Johannes B. Kerner Age
Johannes B. Kerner was born on 9 December 1964, in Bonn, West Germany. He is 57 years old.
Johannes B. Kerner Height
His height is currently unknown, however, a review is ongoing and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Johannes B. Kerner Family
Johannes was born and raised in Bonn, West Germany by his loving and caring parents. However, information regarding his family members is under review and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Johannes B. Kerner Wife
He is married to his pretty wife Britta Becker. The couple is blessed with four children.
Johannes B. Kerner Net Worth
Kernner has an approximate net worth of $ 5 million.
Johannes B. Kerner Career
He started his career in television at Sender Freies Berlin in 1986 first as an intern, then as a reporter for local sportscasts. From 1990 to 1992 he regularly hosted “Punkt 4 Länderreport”, a national afternoon newscast on ARD.
Kerner became known to a wider audience as a host and producer for the football show ran – Sat.1 Bundesliga on the private Sat.1 channel when the network acquired the broadcasting rights to the Bundesliga, the highest national football league in Germany.
He hosted the show from August 1992 until the end of 1997 in rotation with several other young broadcasters who went on to become TV personalities in Germany, including Reinhold Beckmann (who now hosts his weekly talk show), Oliver Welke, and Monica Lierhaus. For this show, he received several awards, including a prize as the most well-liked sportscaster in 1996 and 1997 by the German sports magazine Sport Bild.
In 1996, Johannes started his first daily afternoon talk show on Sat 1 simply called Kerner. In 1997, he switched to a public television channel again, this time to ZDF (as an independent freelancer) where he was a host for the weekly sports review das aktuelle sportstudio (until 2006) and several football games played by the German national team.