Max Kellerman ESPN, Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Creed and Net Worth

Max Kellerman Biography

Max Kellerman is an American sports TV personality as well as a boxing commentator. Currently, Bret is the host of This Just In with Max Kellerman on ESPN. Before, Kellerman was the co-anchor of the ESPN talk show First Take besides Stephen A Smith and Molly Qerim.

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Prior to that, Kellerman was the co-anchor of the sports radio talk show named Max & Marcellus with Marcellus Willey on ESPNLA. Max anchored the ESPN panel talk show Around the Horn from the show’s incarnation in 2002-2004 as well co-hosted the sports comedy talk show SportsNation besides Wiley and Michelle Beadle from 2013-2016.

Max Kellerman Age /Birthday

Kellerman was born in New York City, New York, in the USA on 6th August 1973. Max is 49 years old. Kellerman always celebrates his birthday on the 6th of August every year.

Max Kellerman’s Height /Measurements

Kellerman stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (approximately 1.89 m) and weighs about 78kg. READ MORE: Jeff Cox CNBC, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Parents, Salary & Net Worth

Max Kellerman Parents and Siblings | Family Background

Kellerman is the son of Linda Kellerman and Henry Kellerman. Max was brought up in a family of four sibling brothers, among them his late brother Sam.

Max Kellerman’s Brother

Kellerman’s brother Sam Kellerman (born on November 24, 1974) was a well-known journalist as well as a writer who was murdered on 12th October 2004 at his Los Angeles apartment. Sam was found dead in his 1400 block of Vista Street in Los Angeles apartment on October 17, 2004.

It was later realized that Sam was murdered by James Butler (former boxer) who was sentenced to a 29-year sentence in jail after self-confession. Moreover, at the time of his death, Sam was only 29 years old. Kellerman still moans about his brother to date.

Max Kellerman Wife /Spouse

Max is married to his lovely wife by the name, Erin Manning. Kellerman and Erin together have 3 daughters named, Esther, Sam, and Mira. Sam was named after the death of his father’s brother, Sam.

Max Kellerman’s Education Background

Kellerman is a proud alumnus who graduated from New York City’s PS 41 in Greenwich Village, Hunter College High School in 1991 Afterward, in Columbia University in 1998.

Max Kellerman ESPN Wikipedia

Kellerman, recently working as the national morning shows, co-anchor of “Keyshawn, JWill & Max”, ESPN Radio’s signature show, alongside Jay Williams and Keyshawn Johnson since Sept. 2021. Moreover, Max also anchors ESPN’s live Monday- Friday afternoon show, “This Just In” since Sept. 2021, and his weekly boxing show, “Max on Boxing” on ESPN2.

Before that, Max was working as a commentator on ESPN’s First Take with Stephen A. Smith and host Molly Qerim Rose from 2016 to 2021. Max made his national ESPN Radio debut in August 2020 with The Max Kellerman Show.

Initially, Max was an anchor on ESPN’s LA-based studio show SportsNation besides Marcellus Wiley as well as Michelle Beadle. Max also anchored the afternoon drive program, “Max & Marcellus,” on ESPN Radio LA with Wiley. Kellerman has appeared across ESPN’s various platforms for instance SportsCenter, and ESPN Radio New York, and was the original host of Around the Horn and Pardon the Interruption.

Max Kellerman Salary

He earns his salary as a co-anchor of ESPN’s signature program “Keyshawn, JWill & Max”. Max earns an estimated salary of about $ 1 Million per year.

Max Kellerman’s Net Worth

lt is no doubt he has accumulated a decent amount of wealth over the years he has been actively working as a journalist. Max’s estimated net worth is $ 6 Million.

Max “Keyshawn, JWill & Max”Kellerman Tom Brady

In Max’s opinion, Tom Brady scores the greatest player in NFL history of football. Moreover, Tom has managed to make make a great improvement in his nine years of history as a player.

Max Kellerman on Stephen A Smith

Stephen A Smith is a well-known sports commentator on ESPN First Take and his unique argumentative expressions and commentaries.

Max Kellerman Boxing Record

Kellerman is the main anchor of his own self-titled boxing show and podcast that is available for download on Apple and other online streaming platforms.

Max Kellerman Creed

Kellerman in the film titled Creed ( 2015 ) featured as the reporter interviewing Donnie Creed at the conclusion of his fight with Pretty Ricky Conlan. Kellerman played himself in the short film The Wedding Bout.

Max Kellerman Iguodala

Iguodala is an American player basketball, playing for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association at the moment. Iguodala responded to Max’s controversial comment in June 2021 about him and his skill that went viral on Twitter as well as other social media platforms.

Max Kellerman’s Movies

Creed II 2018
Creed 2015
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! 2015
God’s Gift

Max Kellerman’s Rap | Rapper

Kellerman was a member of a hip hop under the name “Max and Sam” his brother. Moreover, in 1994, Sam and Max were signed rappers under Columbia Records. Moreover, the two brothers additionally recorded a music video called “Young Man Rumble”.

Max Kellerman First Take / Leaving First Take

Kellerman officially left ESPN First Take for a more expanded rank on the network’s radio and television programming. Moreover, according to a press release, Max was heading to join NFL live analyst as well as Super Bowl Champion Keyshawn Johnson and Jay Williams, an NBA analyst on their signature morning show currently referred to as “Keyshawn, JWill & Max” show.

How much does Max Kellerman make?

Max receives an annual salary of about $ 1 Million per year due to his enthusiastic position in the field of journalism at ESPN.

Where is Max Kellerman going?

Max was going to NFL live analyst as well as NBA analyst, Jay Williams and Super Bowl Champion Keyshawn Johnson on their Keyshawn, JWill & Max”‘s signature morning show.

Why is Max Kellerman not in First Take?

Kellerman officially left ESPN First Take for a more expanded rank on the network’s radio and television programming

Why did Max Kellerman leave First Take?

Kellerman officially left ESPN First Take for a more expanded rank on the network’s radio and television programming