Zubin Mehenti Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Zubin Mehenti Biography
Zubin Mehenti is a news journalist currently serving as a SportsCenter Anchor and Radio Co-Host of the station’s weekday morning show called Keyshawn for ESPN. Before that, Zubin hosted along with a rotating team of co-hosts the 11 p.m edition of Sports Centers.
Before joining ESPN, Mehenti served for six years as a sports anchor and reporter at KDVR-TV based in Denver. Previously, He served for 5 years for WOI-TV in West Des Moines, Iowa as the weekend sports anchor.
Zubin Mehenti Age
Zubin was born in New Jersey, in the United States, on August 5, 1978. He is 43 years old.
Zubin Mehenti Height
Mehenti stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches (Approx 1.68 m).
Zubin Mehenti Family
Despite being a public figure, Zubin likes to keep his details private away from the limelight regarding her father, mother, and siblings. Though, research information concerning her family members is ongoing and will be soon updated on this part.
Zubin Mehenti Wife
Despite being a public eye, He has not declared any details concerning his love life. Therefore, we can’t verify whether Zubin is married, divorced, dating, or single. However, we will update you regarding his marital status as soon as we have clear details.
Zubin Mehenti Salary
Zubin receives an annual salary of $120,000. This is according to ESPN Network anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Zubin Mehenti Net Worth
Mehenti has an approximate net worth of $2 million.
Zubin Mehenti Education
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Rutgers.
Zubin Mehenti Career
He has been serving for ESPN Radio as a co-host. Zubin co-hosts together with Jay Williams and Keyshawn Johnson. Before that, He served together with a rotating team of co-hosts and other editions such as on-site shows from college football games as the host of the 11 p.m edition of SportsCenter. In the year 2011, He joined ESPN working as a studio anchor.
Previously, Zubin served as a sports anchor and reporter for KDVR-TV located in Denver. Before that, Mehenti worked for one year as the weekend sports anchor at WOI-TV in West Des Moines, Iowa. While there, He produced, wrote, edited, shot videos, as well as filed reports for different newscasts, and also two locally produced.