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Date of Birth: 1948 , July-13
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet
Name Tony Kornheiser
Birth Name Anthony Irwin "Tony" Kornheiser
Father Estelle Kornheiser (1915–1978)
Mother Ira Kornheiser (1910–2000)
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Lynbrook, New york
Ethnicity White/Native American
Profession Actor, Writer, Columnist
Working For The Washington Post
Net Worth $12 million
Salary $4 million
Famous for The Tommy Kornheiser Show
Married Yes
Married to Karril (m. 1973)
Children 2
Divorce No
Education SUNY, George W. Hewlett High School
Online Presence Instagram, Twitter
Movies Creed
TV Show The Americans, The Millers, High Noon
Books The Baby Chase, Pumping Irony: Working Out the Angst of a Lifetime

Quick Timeline of Tony Kornheiser

1948 Born in Lynbrook, New York, United States
1973 Married to Karril Kornheiser
1970 Graduated from Binghamton University SUNY
1970 Began his Career
2013 Played golf with Barack Obama
1997 Joined ESPN
1983 Published his book The Baby Chase

Detail Timeline of Tony Kornheiser

July 13 , 1948

Born in Lynbrook, New York, United States

He was born in Lynbrook, New York, United States to parents Estelle Kornheiser and Ira Kornheiser. He is only child of his parents. He was raised up in Jewish family and strong belief in religion. He is American and is of white ethnicity.

1973

Married to Karril Kornheiser

He is a married man. He got married to Karril Kornheiser in 1973. They have two children together named Michael and Elizabeth. They are still together and there is no any chance of getting them divorce. 

1970

Graduated from Binghamton University SUNY

He graduated from Binghamton University SUNY in 1970. While he was graduating in that college its name was Harpur College. He graduated with a degree with majored in English. Previously, he attended George W. Hewlett High School.

1970

Began his Career

He started his career when he was graduating from Binghamton University SUNY in 1970. From 1970 to 1976, he worked at "Newsday". Newsday is American daily newspaper. He wrote for Newsday. After that he joined "The New York Times".

2013

Played golf with Barack Obama

In 2013, Tony was Guest at the White House with Wilbon and Reali. After lunch, they met Barack Obama. Obama invited him to play golf with him. He played golf with Obama in September 2013, June 2014 and July 2014 respectively.

1997

Joined ESPN

In 1997, he joined ESPN. He appeared on the ESPN Radio and wrote several columns for "ESPN the Magazine".  He also worked as an analyst for ESPN and has also co-hosted, ‘Pardon the interruption’ and analyzing on 'Monday Night Football'.

January 1 , 1983

Published his book The Baby Chase

 His first book was published on 1 January, 1983. The title of book is ‘The Baby Chase'. That book got good review from its reader.  His other books are Pumping Irony, Bald as I Want to be and I’m Back for More Cash: a Tony Kornheiser collection.

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Tony Kornheiser AKA Anthony Irwin "Tony" Kornheiser is a former sportswriter and columnist for The Washington Post, as well as a radio and television talk show host. Through his extraordinary skills in commentaries, he has been able to pile up a considerable amount of net worth. 

He was born on July 13, 1948, in Lynbrook, New York, the United States to parents father Estelle Kornheiser and mother Ira Kornheiser. He is the only child of his parents. He was raised up in a Jewish family with a strong belief in religion. He is of American nationality and white ethnicity.

The 70 years' old Tony Kornheiser is a married man. He got married to wife Karril Kornheiser in 1973. They have two children together, a son and a daughter named Michael and Elizabeth.

They are still together and there are no any rumors of them getting a divorce. They are the loving spouse of each other. Besides this, there is no any information about his love affairs and extramarital affairs.

Tony Kornheiser went to George W. Hewlett High School and completed his graduation. Afterward, he attended Binghamton University, SUNY and graduated with a degree in English in 1970. While he was in that University, he began his job, writing for Newsday from 1970 to 1976.

After 1976, he joined The New York Times. In 1979 he moved to The Washington Post as a reporter of sports and style. Afterward, he has worked for several recognized organizations.

The writer has also written for the TV series Listen Up in 20014/05. Apart from that, Tony Kornheiser has also worked in Creed, The Americans, and The Millers with renowned actors like Sylvester Stallone, Michael B. Jordan, Keri Russell, Jennifer Aniston, and such other high-profile personalities. 

Tony Kornheiser's recent works include his appearance in High Noon and Bullets 1978 Championship: 40th Anniversary

As for his salary, Tony Kornheiser earns around $4 million per year through his works. From his salary, he has been able to gather up a net worth of around $12 million.