|Date of Birth||February 18, 1968 (age 45)|
|Working for||ESPN's SportsCenter|
|Children(s)||One Child (kid)|
|Education at||Drexel University|
|Name on Birth||Chris McKendry|
|Height||5' ft 7" inch|
|Eye Color||Brown, Blue|
|Body Measurements||34-26-36 inches|
Chris McKendry is a SportsCenter anchor, primarily the weekday 11 a.m.-1 p.m. ET edition of ESPN’s flagship news and information program.
Chris McKendry was born on February 18, 1968 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
She attended Archbishop Ryan High School and got her high school education from there. McKendry was graduated from Drexel University in 1990 with a degree in Humanities. A dean’s list scholar for three years, McKendry attended Drexel on a tennis scholarship.
She is currently married and is the mother of two young sons.
Boyfriend, dating and affair
There has been no report of her dating anyone and she is a happily married woman.
Career Life and Jobs
Prior to joining ESPN, McKendry had been at WJLA-TV, ABC affiliate in Washington D.C, where she was a sports reporter. McKendry first anchored SportsCenter in 1996, shifting to ESPNEWS for the launch of the 24-hour sports news network. She returned to SportsCenter later that year, co-hosting the weekend morning and weekday 6 p.m. editions of the network’s flagship news and information program.
Chris’s work beyond SportsCenter has included a variety of assignments, including late night host of ESPN’s Wimbledon coverage in 2007 and covering the U.S. Open for SportsCenter in 2002-06. She has also served as co-host of ESPN’s coverage of the Winter X Games late-night host for the X Games in 1997 and 1998. She also contributed to College Football Live during the 2007 season. She was the sideline reporter for ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC Sports telecasts of the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and since 2002 has hosted the ESPN’s coverage of the National Spelling Bee. She also served as a columnist on ESPN.com’s “Page Two” In 2001 and 2002.
McKendry also co-hosted Redskin Magazine, a 1-hour, live pregame show. In 1996, she was sideline and feature reporter for TNT and TBS during the NBA Playoffs.
Chris also served as a sports anchor/reporter at All-News Channel/Conus in Minneapolis (1993–1994), an update anchor for USA Network (1993–1994) and Newsport (1994) and as a producer for Fox News Service in Washington D.C (1992–1993).
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
She is married and lives with her husband and two sons.
Hot, legs, feet, and pictures
Chris McKendry is hot and attractive. She has a nice pair of legs and her feet are beautiful. Many websites contain her pictures and her pictures attract a lot of views.
Height, weight and age
She has a significant height of five feet and seven inches. Her body has a nice height-weight composition and she has been able to stay fit.
Nationality, Ethnicity, religion
She is an American citizen and she is from white ethnicity. She follows Christianity.
Net Worth, Salary and income
She has earned a lot of money in her professional career. Her net worth is high and she has been paid well throughout her career.
Body Measurements, Body Shape, Body Figure
She is a hot and sexy female with a figure of 34-26-36 inches and she has been able to maintain her body shape nicely in the recent few years.
Award and Achievement
Chris has the distinction as being the first woman to work as a television sports news anchor in the market (1994-96). In June 1996, she received a regional Sports Emmy in the Best Sports Segment Category for “NFL 101,” which illustrated novice fans on how to watch football.
Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News
McKendry's great uncle is actor William Shatner, but she has denied this as a fact and this has only been a rumor.