|Date of Birth||August 16, 1970 (age 43)|
|Working for||American Sportscasters Association|
|Education at||University of Maryland, College Park|
|Net Worth(s)||$10 million|
|Name on Birth||Bonnie Lynn Bernstein (Real Name)|
|Height||5' ft 3" inch|
|Eye Color||Brown, Blue|
|Hair Color||Gray Brown|
|Body Measurements||34-24-35 inches|
Bonnie Bernstein is recognized by the American Sportscasters Association as one of the most accomplished female journalists in her field.
Bonnie Bernstein was born on August 16, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
Bernstein was born in Brooklyn, New York, and grew up in Howell, New Jersey. She was salutatorian of her class at Howell High School, where she was a member of the school’s hall of fame.
She first attended Howell High School, where she was a member of the school’s hall of fame. She attended the University of Maryland, where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in broadcast journalism.
She does not have any children/kids.
Boyfriend, dating and affair
There has not been any report of her dating anybody till date. She has kept her personal life very secret and just focuses on her career.
Career Life and Jobs
She has worked for various radio and television channels: Before her first network job at ESPN, she was the weekday sports anchor at NBC affiliates KRNV-TV and KRNV in Reno, Nevada. Prior to working in Nevada she was the weekend news anchor in Salisbury, Maryland at ABC's WMDT-TV. She began her career in broadcasting as the news and sports director of WXJN-FM radio in Lewes, Delaware.
In 1995 she became a correspondent for ESPN's "SportsCenter" in Bristol, Connecticut; and in 1998 moved to CBS, where she has mostly covered NFL football games and interviewed players and coaches. She has covered five Super Bowls; the NBA Finals, Major League Baseball playoffs, the US Open, NCAA men's and women's basketball games and the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships; hosted several half time shows; and worked as a reporter at CBS' "NFL Today" show.
In January 2006, she left CBS to pursue other broadcasting opportunities and develop Velvet Hammer Media, a company that helps aspiring or working journalists move up to the next level in their careers. On July 2, 2006, Bonnie rejoined ESPN as a dugout level reporter for "Sunday Night Baseball" on ESPN. However, on November 18, 2006, Bernstein joined the ESPN on ABC play-by-play team of Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Bob Davie, and Lisa Salters for the telecast of the game between Michigan and Ohio State, and on January 1, 2007 for the telecast of the Rose Bowl between Michigan and The University of Southern California after working with Nessler, Griese, and Maguire on the ESPN telecast of the Champs Sports Bowl between Maryland and Purdue University on December 29, 2006.
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
She is unmarried and she has not been assigned to any guy for marriage and she has not revealed any plans of her being married in the near future.
Hot, legs, feet, and pictures
She is hot and attractive. She has nice feet. She has a beautiful pair of legs. Her pictures are widely found all over and her fans often search for her hot pictures.
Height, weight and age
She is five feet three inches tall, which is a nice height and it suits her personality. She has also maintained a good height-weight balance.
Nationality, Ethnicity, religion
She is an American by nationality and she is from white ethnicity. She follows Jewish.
Net Worth, Salary and income
She has a net worth of 10 million dollars and she has earned the money in her sports casting career. She has been paid very well and she has a handsome income.
Body Measurements, Body Shape, Body Figure
She has an attractive body with the body figure measurement of 34-24-35 inches. She has maintained her body shape very nicely in the previous few years.
Award and Achievement
She was a four-time Academic All-America in gymnastics, receiving the Thomas M. Fields award for excellence in academics and athletics. Bernstein maintains close ties to her alma mater, serving on the Board of Visitors for the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland and the advisory board for the Povich Center for Sports Journalism.
Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News
She was once inducted into the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 2007 as a broadcaster.