|Celebrated Name:||Max Kellerman|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Max Kellerman|
|Age:||47 years old|
|Birth Date:||6 August 1973|
|Birth Place:||The Bronx, New York, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Erin Manning (m. 1994)|
|Children:||Yes (Sam Kellerman, Mira Kellerman, Esther Kellerman)|
|Profession:||American sports television personality and boxing commentator|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$8 million|
|Last Updated:||September 2020|
Max Kellerman is an American based boxing commentator as well as a sports television personality, who is best recognized for his work done at ESPN, wherein he served as a studio commentator along with Brian Kenny right on Friday Night Fights.
He is renowned for being the host of Around the Horn. Moreover, this celebrity too features as a color commentator on HBO World Championship Boxing as well as HBO Boxing After Dark.
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Kellerman was born in the year 1973 in the Bronx. He was brought up in the Greenwich Village region of New York City. Discussing his education, he has completed graduation from New York City’s P.S. 41 within Greenwich Village from Hunter College High School in the year 1991 and, afterward, from Columbia University in the year 1998.
He and his wife named Erin (Manning) are having three daughters, namely, Esther, Sam (who was named after the late brother of Kellerman), and Mira. It is known that he is having a minor permanent scar made on the left of his mouth since a childhood accident.
He is an enthusiastic hip-hop fan, demonstrated by his intro music featured on his ESPN Radio show.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 6 August 1973, Max Kellerman is 47 years old as of today’s date 26th September 2020. His height is 1.8 m tall, and his weight is 70 kg.
Kellerman started off his career by taking initial broadcasting experience when he was a teenager appearing on a New York City public-access type television cable TV program. The program highlighted formal boxing named “Max on Boxing.” Provided the medium, this show was very simple but yet captured the consideration of the boxing community.
During the late 1990s, after completing graduation from Columbia University through a degree attained in history, Kellerman got employed as an analyst on boxing series entitled Friday Night Fights by ESPN. Here, he encountered a forthcoming radio partner named Brian Kenny.
In the year 2002, the actor was offered his personal show and, swayed by Pardon the Interruption, transformed as the architect as well as an original host working for ESPN’s Around the Horn. In the year 2005, Tucker Carlson has broadcast that Kellerman will be a perpetual contributor to the MSNBC show named Tucker.
During the year 2006, Kellerman accomplished a minimum of two nights of audition shows held at 7 PM for WEPN (1050) 1050 ESPN Radio inside New York City, wherein he has hosted one night along with Sid Rosenberg.
It is found that Kellerman lasts his boxing broadcast-based work, currently serving at HBO. This celeb was initially employed for the Boxing After Dark telecasts of the network, functioning with Fran Charles as well as Lennox Lewis.
Awards & Achievements:
Max Kellerman is nominated for Emmy award in the category of Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst in the year 2002.
Net Worth & Salary of Max Kellerman in 2020
As of September 2020, Max Kellerman has an estimated net worth of $8 million. He makes most of his income with his works as a boxing commentator as well as being a sports talk radio host.
After completing studies from college, he got recruited by ESPN, wherein he enclosed boxing for “Friday Night Fights,” as well as hosted a series entitled “Around the Horn.” Later, he served on a series of short-lived programs made for the MSNBC, Fox Network, and Spike TV, comprising the extremely rated “I, Max,” as well as “King of Vegas.”
After devoting some time encompassing boxing for different radio channels, like helming his personal program entitled “The Max Kellerman Show” broadcasted on ESPN Xtra, the celeb earned well by returning to television. Here, he has served as a portion of the analysis team working for HBO World Championship Boxing.
Moreover, he, too, does analysis for some boxing matches shown on HBO and works as a co-host on for a midday show broadcasted on 710 ESPN.
Max Kellerman is one of the very few talented boxing commentators who can perfectly comment on different events in boxing. Moreover, he has worked well on a sports television personality in which he has hosted many series and programs.