Linda Cohn Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Husband, Career, ESPN

Linda Cohn Biography

Linda Cohn is a well known American journalist famous for being a sportscaster. She joined ESPN in 1992 and has been the anchor of SportsCenter on the network ever since. She has worked for WALK-AM/FM, WGBB-AM, ESPN, etc.

She was honored in early 2016 for anchoring her 5,000th SportsCenter, the most of any anchor in ESPN history and is the anchor with the longest tenure on ESPN SportsCenter. The National Sports Media Association (NSMA) Hall of Fame inducted her in 2017.

Linda Cohn Net Worth

Cohn has an estimated net worth of $10 Million according to Celebrity Net Worth. Her job career is her main source of income. Having worked in the industry for quite some time now, she has been able to secure a decent fortune for herself.

Linda Cohn Salary

Cohn receives a respectable wage from her job. She receives an average annual salary of $3 Million.

Year 2023 2024
Linda Cohn Salary $10 Million $11 Million
Linda Cohn Net Worth  $3 Million   $3.5 Million

Linda Cohn Age

Cohn was born on 10 November 1959, in Long Island, New York, United States. As of 2023 she is 64 years old.

Linda Cohn Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Cohn stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters or 175 centimeters), she exhibits an exquisite balance in her physique. Weighing approximately 57 kg (101 lbs), her body measurements are an enviable.

Linda Cohn Parents

Cohn was born and raised in Long Island by her caring and devoted parents. We tried to learn more about her family, but were unsuccessful because no such information is available in the public. Therefore, it is still unknown who her parents are. Furthermore, it is unknown if she has any siblings. Once the information is available, we will update this section.

Linda Cohn Husband

Linda Cohn has found love and companionship in her relationship with Matt Voity, a dedicated hockey mentor. Their romantic journey is a heartwarming tale of two individuals who have discovered in each other not only a deep and abiding connection but also a shared passion for the world of sports and in particular, hockey.

Before her relationship with Matt Voity, Linda Cohn was previously married to Stew Kaufman. Their union represented a significant chapter in Linda’s life, characterized by shared experiences, love, and the partnership that comes with marriage.

During their time together as a married couple, Linda and Stew likely navigated life’s ups and downs, building a life together that included both joys and challenges. Marriage is a profound commitment, and their relationship undoubtedly featured cherished moments, shared dreams, and the support they provided to one another.

Linda Cohn Kids

Cohn and her former husband, Stew Kaufman, have been blessed with two wonderful children, a daughter named Sammy Kaufman and a son named Dan. Their family is a source of immense joy and pride for Linda.

Linda Cohn Education

Cohn attended Newfield High School for her secondary education. She attended SUNY at Oswego after graduating, where she studied writing and expression.

She was given a four-year certification in a related field at that time, in 1981. She played goalie for the women’s ice hockey team while attending SUNY. She was selected for the Oswego State Athletics lobby of Fame at that point in 2006.

Linda Cohn Career

In 1981, Cohn started working as a sports reporter, writer, and news anchor for WALK-AM/FM in Patchogue, New York. Up until 1987, she carried on working for three other New York radio stations: WGBB-AM (1984–85), WCBS NewsRadio 88 (1984–87), and WCBS-FM (1984–87). The highlight of Cohn’s radio career was when she was hired by ABC in 1987 to serve as their first full-time female sports anchor.

She worked there from 1987 to 1989. She began working as a part-time reporter and anchor for WLIG-TV on Long Island in 1985. In addition, she served as chief correspondent, news director, and anchor for the daily television news program Long Island News Tonight (1985–86). Cohn began working as a full-time reporter and weekend sports anchor at Seattle’s KIROTV in October 1989.

Since joining ESPN in 1992, Hall of Fame sportscaster Linda Cohn has anchoring duties for SportsCenter. She was honored in early 2016 for anchoring her 5,000th SportsCenter, the most of any anchor in ESPN history, and is the anchor with the longest tenure on ESPN SportsCenter. The National Sports Media Association (NSMA) Hall of Fame inducted her in 2017.

Cohn, a mainstay in the hockey community, anchors and reports from inside the arena during NHL games, frequently doing so from the benches. In addition, Cohn serves as the main anchor of In the Crease, an ESPN+ hockey show that airs every night and debuted during the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Cohn and Emily Kaplan, a national hockey reporter for ESPN, started the ESPN NHL podcast In the Crease in 2021. The podcast offers listeners insider viewpoints, reporting, commentary, and reactions to the most recent breaking news and unseen tales from both on and off the ice. During the NHL season, Cohn also currently fills in as a host on Mad Dog Sports Radio and appears as an analyst on SIRIUS XM’s NHL Network Radio every Monday.



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