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Cindy Brunson Age, Married, Husband, Family, Salary, Bio

Date: 10 Jun, 2018

Cindy Brunson Age, Married, Husband, Family, Salary, Bio

The native of Tacoma, Cindy Brunson is most-known as a sports reporter and anchor for ESPN's SportsCenter. At present, she is working as a sideline reporter and women's basketball analyst for the Pac-12 Networks broadcast team.

Apart from her professional career, Cindy is leading her happy married life for almost nine years with her partner and the love between them is growing stronger with the passing of time.

Cindy Brunson's Relationship: Blissful Married Life With Husband

Cindy Brunson is married to her husband, Steve Berthiaume in June 2009. Steve Berthiaume is also an Arizona Diamondbacks play-by-play man and former SNY and ESPN anchor. However, the couple had not mentioned when and where they met each other. 

Although it has been nine years since Cindy and Steve shared the marriage vows, they have not planned for the children yet. It seems both of them are more focused on their career. 

As of now, Cindy is leading her happy married life with her husband, and there is no sign of Cindy's extramarital-affair with another person. It seems the love between the intimate pair is reaching a new height with the time being. 

Cindy’s Short Bio, Career, Net Worth, Family Life

Cindy Brunson was born in Tacoma, Washington D.C. and celebrates her birthday on 22 February every year. However, Cindy has kept her actual date of birth confined which makes her age a mystery to many. She is not the only child in her family, but she has a sister whose name has not been disclosed yet. Her father belongs to armed forces.             

Cindy Brunson with her sister picture posted on National Siblings Day on 11 April 2018 (Photo: Cindy Brunson's Instagram)

Cindy graduated with a degree in Bachelors of Arts and major in Broadcast Communication from Washington State University.

Sports reporter Cindy began her career as a weekend sports and news anchor/reporter at KATU in Portland, Oregon. While working there, she covered the Portland Trail Blazers, the Oregon State University and the University of Oregon football,  men's and women's basketball competitions. 

Cindy also worked as a weather anchor and news reporter at KHQ-6 in Spokane, Washington.

After that in the year 1999, Cindy joined the ESPN as an ESPNEWS anchor. There, she worked as a co-host on the weekend morning SportsCenter programs. She served at ESPN for almost six years and gathered a fruitful experience from the network.

Cindy officially left ESPN on 29 December 2012 and joined the Arizona Diamondbacks broadcast team in March 2013.

Currently, she hosts a post-game and pre-game shows with Jody Jackson on Sunday games.

Cindy Brunson, who has a noticeable height of 5'9", has enticed her fans and followers with an incredible voice and sparkling personality.

Being a sports anchor and reporter, Cindy undoubtedly enjoys a resounding net worth. Reportedly, Cindy Brunson's salary at Pac-12 Networks dwells around $65,248 which makes her one of the top-earning female reporters.