KC Johnson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NBC Sports
KC Johnson Biography
KC Johnson is a former Bulls. Currently, He serves for NBC Sports Chicago Tribune as the Bulls Insider. Previously, Johnson served for 29 years at the Chicago Tribune, covering 20 Bulls seasons and two Olympic Games. NBC Sports Chicago is a regional sports network that broadcasts in the Chicago metropolitan area regional coverage of professional sports teams.
KC Johnson Age
KC was born in Evanston, Illinois, United States, in 1967. He is 54 years old.
KC Johnson Height
Johnson stands at an average height of 6 ft 1 inch/ 1.85 m tall.
KC Johnson Education
He graduated in 1989 from Beloit College. While there, KC played Division III basketball and later in 1990 joined the Chicago Tribune. He served at the Chicago Tribune for 29 years, covering 20 Bulls seasons and two Olympic Games.
KC Johnson Family
He was born and raised by his caring and loving parents in Evanston, Illinois. KC belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds an American nationality. However, Johnson has not disclosed any information about his father, mother, and siblings. We will update you on this part as soon as we have clear details regarding the family members.
KC Johnson Chicago Wife
KC is married to his lovely and caring wife Elizabeth. The duo share two young sons, Charlie and Henry, and live on the city’s North Side. During his free time, KC enjoys attending a concert, drinking beer, reading a book, and spending time with his family.
KC Johnson Salary
KC receives an annual salary of $124,324 per year. This is according to NBC Sports Chicago anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
KC Johnson Net Worth
Johnson has an approximate net worth of $7 million.
KC Johnson Career
He currently serves for NBC Sports Chicago Tribune as the Bulls Insider. Previously, Johnson served at the Chicago Tribune for 29 years, covering 20 Bulls seasons and two Olympic Games. KC in the year 1990 joined Chicago Tribune after college where he played Division III basketball.
From there, KC for two seasons in 1998 became the Blackhawks’ beat writer and in 2000 went back to the Bulls’ beat. Moreover, Johnson has remained there save mostly as a fruitless exercise to block out the Tim Floyd years for trying the Bears’ beat in 2005.