Kevin Connors has been working with the ESPN network for over 11 years now, starting from July 2008 and in these long years, he has hosted and reported several sports news shows for the network.
His previous work includes being a sports broadcaster and an anchor on networks like WCBS-TV (CBS 2), and RNN-TV.
For his excellent work over the years, he has also been honored and awarded for Outstanding Sportscast by The New York State Broadcasters Association five times.
Kevin Connors' Bio, Age
Kevin Connors, 44, celebrates his birthday on the 7th of February. His birthplace happens to be Rockville Centre, New York of the United States.
He studied at the South Side High School where he was also a basketball player. He later moved to Ithaca College and graduated in the field of Communication in the year 1997.
the dashing sportscaster stands at the height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.87 meters) which makes his personality more appealing.
His Married Life, Wife
Kevin Connors has been married to Emilie Nussear, a former US Team Ice Dancer, for a long time now.
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Although Kevin has not officially announced his wedding details, he has been together with his wife since very before, as Kevin was found mentioning about Emilie as his wife through a tweet on 24th June 2013.
Even today, Kevin often posts pictures of his wife on his social media, flaunting his love.
Kelvin and his wife Emilie have also been fortunate with two beautiful kids, where their first child is a daughter and the second one is a boy (born on 1st December 2018).
Kevin Connors shares the picture of his wife, children and his office on the Thanks Giving on 23 November 2018 (Photo: Kevin Connors' Instagram)
And while their little boy only a year old, he has already gathered love for himself with his pictures of his cute face that his father posts on his Instagram feed.
Interesting Facts About Kevin Connors
- Kevin started his broadcasting career with WRNN-TV where he was a sports anchor and sports director for eight years starting from 1997 to 2006.
- He worked as a weekend sports anchor and also handled afternoon drive sports updates for WCBS NewsRadio 880 while working for WCBS-TV in New York.
- He was a member of Ithaca College’s basketball team for four years.
- He has hosted the TV show named College Football Scoreboard.