If you watch ESPN, then Adam Amin should be no stranger to you. If you don’t know him, well, he is a radio sportscaster of ESPN. Here are some captivating wikis on Adam’s bio, age, height, his salary from ESPN and his personal life that you shouldn't miss.
Adam Amin's Personal Life
When it comes to Adam's personal life or dating affairs, the matter is not detailed. He doesn’t reveal much of his romantic side. But, he did tweet about his ‘not-living-in-reality’ girlfriend in March 2013; he talked about giving his celebrity crush, Kat Dennings tea for Arbor Day.
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And in 2011’s Valentine’s Day, Adam openly tweeted out his need for the kiss of just the summer sun. The tweet suggested that he was not romantically involved with anyone at that time. On 2018’s Valentine’s Day, Adam once again did something that wasn’t a surprise.
Edited collage showing Adam happily having his lunch on 14 February 2018 (Photo: Adam Amin’s Instagram)
He posted a collage of four pictures of himself relishing his food and the caption was just as fitting. Pouring good words for his exes on the caption, he wrote,
Happy Valentine’s Day. I’ll be thinking of my past significant others. I hope you get to spend it with the ones you love. #vday
The tweet suggests that Adam is enjoying his single life. And his viewers are equally entertained by his random acts of showing his non-existent love life.
Adam Amin’s Age: Wiki-like-Bio
According to his bio, Adam was born on 19 December 1986 in Chicago Illinois. His father, Mohammed was a Karachi native, who immigrated to the US in 1978.
Mohammed’s wife, Zubeda remained in Pakistan with their sons, Ismail, Abdullah, and Mustafa when he was in the US. Adam’s father was working in a factory in Chicago. He finally brought his family to the US in 1985 when he made enough money.
And after a year, Adam was born. He attended Addison Trail High School in Addison, Illinois, and graduated from Valparaiso University in 2009. At the age of 31, Adam stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.73 meters). It was during his college days when he fell in love with broadcasting.
When Adam was attending college, he worked at the college radio station, WVUR, and discovered his hidden passion for broadcast. He worked as a sportscaster for the Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network in 2007. He eventually climbed his way up to Fox Sports Wisconsin, the Horizon League Network, and the Illinois High School Association. By 2011, Adam had already served as Sports Director of KUOO in Spirit Lake.
ESPN hired him the same year to call college basketball and college football. He also called tennis, volleyball, softball, baseball, and wrestling. And in 2017, Adam signed a new contract with ESPN in 2017.
He called the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament's final four. Besides that, he also called the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest and preseason games for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League.
From his job at ESPN, Adam earns an average salary of $75,754 which, undoubtedly adds to his increasing net worth.