|Who is it?||Journalist, Presenter, Radio personality, Announcer, Commentator, Screenwriter, Actor|
|Birth Day||July 13, 1948|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Age||72 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$16 Million|
|Height:||6 ft (1.83 m)|
That same year, he took a job writing for "Newsday" for six years before he left for "The New York Times". In 1979, Kornheiser moved to the "Washington Post" where he began writing for the sports and style sections. Five years later, he was promoted to full-time columnist. During the late '90s, Kornheiser joined ESPN, where he appeared on the radio and wrote several columns for "ESPN The Magazine". Kornheiser wasn't new to radio when he came aboard at the network, having hosted "The Tony Kornheiser Show" on airwaves beginning in 1992. He eventually became a co-host on ESPN's popular show "Pardon the Interruption" with fellow "Washington Post" columnist and sportswriter Michael Wilbon. Kornheiser was chosen to provide color commentary on "Monday Night Football" in 2006 and held the position until 2009 when he left because of his fear of airplanes. In 2008, he left the "Washington Post" for good. Tony is the author of several books, including "The Baby Chase", "Pumping Irony: Working Out the Angst of a Lifetime" and "Bald as I Wanna Be". Kornheiser and his wife Karrill have been married since 1973. They have two children together.
Tony Kornheiser Salary: As of 2015, Tony's annual ESPN salary was $5 million. By 2019 that had risen to $6 million which made him one of the highest-paid personalities in ESPN history.