Stephen A Smith Biography
Stephen A Smith is a prominent American sports journalist, sports radio host, and sports television personality. He also works as a commentator on ESPN’s First Take alongside Molly Qerim. He as well makes regular appearances on SportsCenter as an NBA analyst.
Stephen A Smith Age
Stephen A Smith was born on 14th October 1967, in Bronx, New York, United States of America. He is 45 years old.
Stephen A Smith Height
Smith stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (Approx. 1.85 m).
Stephen A Smith Family
Smith was born to his mother Janet Smith, and his father in the Bronx, a borough of New York City. He was raised in the Hollis section of Queens together with his five siblings. Moreover, he has four older sisters and a younger brother, Basil, who passed away in 1992 in a car accident. Also, he has a half-brother on his dad’s side. His dad served at a hardware store as a manager.
Stephen A Smith Wife
On December 11, 2019, he revealed that he has two daughters, aged 10 and 11 years old in an interview with GQ. Smith was also once engaged but the wedding did not push through.
Stephen A Smith Education
He attended Thomas Edison High School in Queens and earned his high school diploma in 1986. Upon attending the Fashion Institute of Technology for a year, he earned a basketball scholarship to join Winston-Salem State University. Later, Smith graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication in the year 1991.
Stephen A Smith Salary
He receives an ample salary of $8 million per year. This is according to ESPN commentators’ salaries.
Stephen A Smith Net Worth
Through his successful career, Stephen has managed to amass a fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Stephen A Smith Career
Smith also makes regular appearances on SportsCenter as an NBA analyst. He also serves as an NBA analyst for ESPN on NBA broadcasts and NBA Countdown. Also, he serves as the host of The Stephen A. Smith Show on ESPN Radio. In addition, Smith works as a featured columnist for ESPN.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and ESPNNY.com.
He is currently working as a commentator on ESPN’s First Take alongside Molly Qerim. On April 30, 2012, this position was reported on a permanent, five-days-per-week basis under a new format for the show known as “Embrace Debate.”