American Sports author, radio and television personality Paul Finebaum is best known for being a former columnist.
Paul Finebaum's early life
Paul Finebaum (age 62) was born on July 26, 1955, in Tennessee, Memphis, USA. He pursued his education from the University of Tennessee where he studied Liberal arts and Political Science.
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The American national journalist belongs to white ethnicity.
Paul Finebaum's career
He was a former columnist, an American sports author also a TV and radio personality.
Paul started his career working as a columnist and investing reporter in Birmingham Post-Herald. In 1984, he started working as a commentator in WAPI-FM.
He is also a television personality and has appeared in abundant shows. In 1998, Paul was appointed as director for WIAT-TV and served for four years.
Later, he worked for ESPN channel in the role of a contributor in documentary films. Paul Finebaum is also a sports author has written plentiful books.
From ESPN and the film industry he has gained huge popularity and appreciated for his works on shows, movies and Television series like The Paul Finebaum Show (Writer), Dominique Belongs to Us, College Football Live, and many more.
He has further worked on Golic and Wingo (TV Series), Morning Joe (TV series), College game day (TV series), and in other various TV series.
Paul Finebaum's married life
Paul Finebaum is a married man. In 1990, Paul got married to Dr. Linda Hudson. She belongs to the Jewish community.
The couple met at the Birmingham Complex, where they reside currently. There is no information as to whether the couple has any kids.
He is not divorced with his wife until today's date and us here no rumor about their divorce or extra-marital affairs till today's date.
Paul Finebaum's net worth
It has been estimated, as of 2018, Paul has a net worth of $2 Million accumulated from various sources.
He made quite a good money from the sales of his books, but the earnings are unknown.
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