Adnan Virk Biography

    Published On Oct 15, 2016
    Facts of Adnan Virk
    Date of Birth: 1978 , July-29
    Birth Nation: Canada
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    He is a married man. He got married to Eamon Maye in 2007. They have one son together, Yusuf. Currently, he lives in Hartford with his spouse and his son.  Besides this there is no any information about his love affair, girlfriend, and married life and about his divorce rumors. 

    He is Canadian by nationality and is of Aryan ethnicity. He attended Ryerson University, where he studied radio and television arts. He began his career as anchor in 2003He hosted several programs on The Score from 2003 to 2009. He joined ESPN in April 2010 in Bristol, Connecticut. He is the fifth Canadian and first Muslim Sports anchor to be hired by ESPN. He earns huge amount of salary and his net worth is not revealed yet.

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    Born in Toronto, Canada

    1978

    He was born on July 29, 1978 in Toronto, Canada. He is the son of father Taherah Virk and mother Zakaria Virk. His parents had immigrated to Canada from Pakistan in 1972 before six years of his birth. He was raised up in Morven, Ontario where his father owned and operated a variety store. 

    Married to Eamon Maye

    2007

    He is a married man. He got married to Eamon Maye in 2007. They have one son together, Yusuf. Currently, He lives in Hartford with his spouse and his son. Their conjugal life is going well and there is no any sign of getting them divorce yet.

    Began his Career

    2003

    He attended Ryerson University, where he studied radio and television arts. He began his career as anchor in 2003. He hosted several programs on The Score from 2003 to 2009.  He was also the co-host of "Omniculture" and "Bollywood Boulevard".

    Joined ESPN

    2010

    He joined ESPN in April 2010 in Bristol, Connecticut. He is the fifth Canadian and first Muslim Sports anchor to be hired by ESPN. He is one of three main anchors of ESPN for show "Baseball Tonight".