Linda Cohn Net Worth 2023: Salary, ESPN, Bio, Age, Family, Height, Husband, Children

Linda Cohn Net Worth 2023

Year Net Worth
2023 $30 Million
2022 $29 Million
2021 $28 Million
2019 $27 Million
2018 $26 Million

Linda Cohn is estimated to have a net worth of $30 million dollars as of 2023. She has accumulated her net worth with the versatility she has shown in each field she has worked in. Her primary source of income is her media career. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.

Linda Cohn Salary 2023

Year Salary Per Year Salary Per Month
2023 $3 Million $250,000
2022 $2 Million $166,667

Linda Cohn’s salary is $3 million every year and gets a monthly salary of $250,000, she is an American sports commentator. Cohn currently serves as a sportscaster who anchors ESPN’s SportsCenter.

Linda Cohn Biography

Linda Cohn is an American sportscaster who anchors ESPN’s SportsCenter. Cohn has been a sports anchor since 1992, she has served for WALK-AM/FM, WGBB-AM, and ESPN.

Linda Cohn Wiki

Birth name: Linda Cohn
Date of birth: November 10, 1959

Place of birth: Long Island, New York, United States
Linda Cohn age: 63 years (as of 2022)

Birth sign: Scorpio
Height: 5′ 5″

Spouse:  Stew Kaufman (m. 1980–2008)
Education: SUNY Oswego (1981), Newfield High School

Profession: Sports commentator

Salary: Over $3 million per year
Net worth: 30 million dollars (2023)

Linda Cohn Age

Cohn is 63 years old as of 2022, she was born on November 10, 1959, in Long Island, New York, United States. She normally celebrates her birthday with her family and close friends every year on November 10. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Year 2022 2023
Linda Cohn Age 63 years 64 years

Linda Cohn Height

Linda stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches approximately 1.65 m. Her weight, hair color, eye color, bra size, waist, and bust size will be updated as soon as the details are available.

Linda Cohn Parents and Siblings

Cohn was born and raised in Long Island, New York, United States. However, information regarding Cohn’s family members including her father, mother, and siblings are not available. We will update her parents’ details once confirmed and available to the public.

Linda Cohn Education

Linda graduated from Newfield High School, she attended SUNY Oswego, where she was the goalie for the women’s ice hockey team. In the year 1981, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in arts and communications. Linda was inducted into the Oswego State Athletics Hall of Fame in 2006.

Linda Cohn Husband

Cohn married her husband Stew Kaufman in 1980. The couple is blessed with two children; Sammy and Dan Kaufman. Unfortunately, the pair divorced in 2008. She has been in a relationship with Matt Voity since 2008. Matt is a hockey mentor, however, in the year 2019, Cohn’s 11-year relationship with Matt Voity ended.

Linda Cohn ESPN

Linda returned to the East Coast in the year 1992, when she was hired by ESPN to work on SportsCenter. Linda anchored her first SportsCenter on July 11, 1992, with Chris Myers, she has also been featured in many of the show’s This is SportsCenter commercials. Despite her success, Linda was almost fired in 1994 because the network argued that she wasn’t showing her love for sports on TV. The company gave her six months to improve as well as hired a video coach to help her out.

In addition to her work as a sports journalist, Linda made a name for herself as a prognosticator during the year 1997 NCAA basketball tournament. Linda’s bracket that year for ESPN accurately predicted 15th-seeded Coppin State’s shocking victory over South Carolina in the first round, to this day 1 of the greatest upsets in the tournament’s history.

In the year 2005, Linda signed a contract extension with ESPN, which added play-by-play for WNBA telecasts to her duties. On the month of June 20, 2008, ESPN announced that Linda would be a regular anchor for the new morning block of SportsCenter, which launched on the month of August 11 that year.

She was to have been the co-anchor, alongside Steve Berthiaume, of the first 3 hours of the block, from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET on weekdays. Several weeks later, however, ESPN announced that the new SportsCenter morning block would be scaled back from 9 to 6 hours.

Linda hosted her 5,000th edition of SportsCenter on February 21, 2016, a record for SportsCenter anchors. She continues to regularly anchor SportsCenter from one–three pm eastern Monday through Friday. Linda is also the host of the podcast “Listen Closely to Linda Cohn”.

She has reported, commentated, interviewed, written, as well as named play-by-play throughout her career at ESPN. The network suspended Linda for saying in a radio interview that left-wing bias at the network had contributed to a loss of subscribers. Since 2016, Linda has been co-hosting the Sportscenter from Los Angeles on weekends with Neil Everett.

In mid-July the year 2018, ESPN issued a press release announcing that Linda had (signed a new deal to remain with the company for years to come.) At the time of signing the new contract, the network’s Executive vice president named Norby Williamson noted that in her twenty-six years with the network, Linda had “hosted more Sports Centers than anyone else.”

As part of the new deal, Linda’s role in hockey coverage will be enlarged, with In The Crease, a show that she was the primary host of from its inception in the year 2016-17 NHL season’s Stanley Cup playoffs, expanding to five nights a week for the entire season, and doing hockey-related interviews and features for SportsCenter as well as other ESPN platforms, in addition to her continuing SportsCenter duties.



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