Bonnie Bernstein ESPN, Wiki, Bio, Height, Husband & Net Worth,

Bonnie Bernstein Biography:- Who is Bonnie Bernstein?

Bonnie Bernstein is an American sports journalist as well as director. She is one of the expert female sports correspondents in history. This is confirmed by American Sportscasters Association. Bonnie is the Content as well as Brand Development and a Vice President of Campus Insiders.

Additionally, she is the on-air “brand” of the ESPN network. Additionally, she is the main host for ESPN, “The Dan Patrick Show”, espnW as well as DirecTV. Bernstein also works for various networks including FOX News Channel, MSNBC, and NBC as a guest commentator.

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Bonnie began her career as a director of sports news. She took 3 years trying to get to the local broadcast level. Bonnie began her career as a sports director and a news director at WXJN-FM radio, Lewes, in Delaware.

She then moved to TV at WMDT-TV, Salisbury Maryland working as the ABC associate’s weekend news broadcaster. Bernstein is the first female weekday sports reporter at NBC associate KRNV-TV. READ MORE: Estela Casas, Husband, Daughter, Net Worth, Married, Family, (UMC),

Bonnie Bernstein Age, Birthday, Ethnicity, and Nationality

Bernstein is 52 years old and was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America on 16th August 1970. She celebrates her birthday every 16th August of the year. Nevertheless, the Brooklyn native who has a white ethnic background also holds American nationality by birth.

Bonnie Bernstein Height, Weight, and Other Body Measurements

Bernstein’s estimated average height is 5ft 7inc (Approx. 1.71 m) with an average body mass weighing 58kg. Further, she measures 34-24-34 inches on her other body measurements which include bust, waist, and hips respectively.

Bonnie Bernstein Family Background
| Parents and Siblings

Bernstein was born to a family from the Jewish in Brooklyn, N.Y. Additionally, she was raised in Howell, N.J. Moreover, she has an official name called Lynn. A name she was given by her parents.

However, not much is known about her parents in public. It is also not clear if she has siblings or not. Even though, she has frequently shared pictures of them appreciating the good job they did by bringing her up.

Bonnie Bernstein Married | Husband:- Who is Bonnie Bernstein’s husband? Is Bonnie Bernstein married?

Bernstein is very reserved when it comes to her personal life. She prefers keeping the public a very professional status. Additionally, due to that fact, it has not been easy to know her relationship status, and since she has not declared, it is therefore assumed that she is single.

Prior thereto, it was once rumored that Bonnie has been married twice. The rumor had it that she was first married to Roy Thornton whom they got a divorce shortly after.

Further, rumor had it that she married Grant Reynolds as a second husband after her first marriage failed and divorced as well. However, it is regrettable that all the rumors have never been confirmed by the sportscaster herself.

Does Bonnie Bernstein have Children?

Bernstein has not publicly communicated whether she has a child or children yet.

About Bonnie Bernstein’s Education

Bernstein attended Howell High School, and she is part of the school’s lobby of popularity. After high school, she proceeded to the University of Maryland and graduated magna cum laude receiving a degree in broadcast journalism.

Additionally, Bonnie was an “Academic All-America” in gymnastics 4 times where she got, the Thomas M. Fields honors for brilliance in academics as well as in athletics.

Bonnie Bernstein’s Salary

How much does Bonnie Bernstein earn? Bernstein makes a good amount of money throughout her career. Her salary is $ 500,000 per year.

Bonnie Bernstein’s Net Worth

Over the years Bonnie has made a significant amount of wealth through her job as a sportscaster together with all her side endeavors. Her net worth stands at $1 Million.

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Bernstein began working with ESPN in 1995 as the Chicago Bureau Chief in which she reported on the Chicago Bulls’ record-setting championship run as well as Michael Jordan between 1996 and 1998. Additionally, she worked as a reporter for “Sunday NFL Countdown” as well as “College GameDay”.

She also filed accounts for SportsCenter over the Major League Baseball post-season as well as the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship. In 2006 January, Bonnie resigned from CBS to work with ESPN again after several years.

She served as a field correspondent for “Sunday Night Baseball” on ESPN with Jon Miller together with Joe Morgan. Additionally, she also reported for college football on ABC an affiliate of ESPN.

On 2006 Oct. 11th, 5 days after a very painful leg pain while reporting the Texas-Oklahoma Red “River Rivalry”, doctors found a dangerous blood clot in Bonnie’s lungs (pulmonary emboli). Bernstein came back to work at ESPN and ABC after weeks of ailing and reduced her travel schedule as a preventive health measure.

What happened to Bonnie Bernstein?

Five days after taking a tough toll of severe leg pain while reporting the Texas-Oklahoma Red River Rivalry on 2006 October 11th, doctors diagnosed a life-threatening blood clot in Bernstein’s both lungs (pulmonary emboli) that began in her left leg (deep vein thrombosis).