Kate Beirness Bio, Age, Height, Husband,Salary, Net Worth, TSN
Kate Beirness Biography
This is what you need to know about Kate Beirness a Canadian television sportscaster. As of now, she is working as a host for SportsCentre on TSN.
Kate Beirness Age
Kate Beirness was born on 8 March 1984, in Port Perry, Canada. She is 38 years old.
Kate Beirness Height/Weight
Beirness stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches/1.7m tall.
- Beirness weighs 54 kg.
Kate Beirness Family-Parents-Siblings
Beirness was born to her mother Chris Wagenaar and her father John Beirness. She was raised in a simple suburban neighborhood located in Port Perry. However, not much is known about her parents’ careers and background.
Kate Beirness Weeding
Beirness has never mentioned her husband in any conversation but there were rumors that she was married in the past. On 30th November 2012, her relationship status was announced by a tweet passed by Darren Dutchyshen, her co-host. It is clear that she got married on 7th December 2012 and got divorced a few years later.
Kate Beirness Husband
Beirness was confirmed that previously she was married to her unknown spouse but they eventually divorced. Also, Beirness was rumored to be in a relationship with John Scott. However, John is now married and he has not talked about whether he dated Kate.
It was also rumored that, Kate was in a relationship with Darren Dutchyshen but neither of them declared their relationship publicly. Kate Beirness is currently single.
Kate Beirness Salary
Beirness annually receives a salary ranging between $18,824 – $75,754. This is according to TSN salaries to hosts.
Kate Beirness Net Worth
Beirness has an estimated net worth of $800 thousand.
Kate Beirness Education
Beirness graduated from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. She was a standout basketball player throughout high school until a torn ACL forced her to switch gears and pursue a career in sports broadcasting. Beirness was awarded an honorary doctorate by her alma mater in recognition of her support of young women and the Her Mark summit on June 6th, 2019.
Kate Beirness Career
During her first year hosting SportsCentre, Beirness often worked with Bryan Mudryk on the weekend Sports centre and continued to do so through much of 2013. Beirness and new co-host Darren Dutchyshen took over the late night and morning loop spots on TSN.
Replacing the departing Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole in October 2013. The pair had worked together during Jennifer Hedger’s maternity leave in 2011. Dutchyshen would move back to the nightly Sportscentre with Hedger, and was replaced by Natasha Staniszewski.
Beirness and Staniszewski formed Sportscentre’s first ever female anchor team. As of now, she hosts CFL on TSN’S Thursday Night Football coverage as well as TSN’s NCAA March Madness coverage. Before joining TSN, Kate worked for Rogers TV as a sports reporter and on A Barrie as the sports anchor.
Beirness founded and hosts Her Mark summit, an annual one day event aimed at empowering the next generation of Canadian female leaders. On July 8,2017, the first summit was held at BMO Field Toronto, ON.