Stew Kaufman is the ex-husband of an American sportscaster, Linda Cohn who is currently working for ESPN’s SportsCentre.
Stew Kaufman was born somewhere in the United States of America to American parents. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnical background.
What is the Net Worth & Salary of Stew Kaufman’s Ex-Wife?
His ex-wife Linda Cohn has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2019. Likewise, she has a salary of $3 million per year. The significant source of Linda’s income is her journalism career.
Stew Kaufman’s Personal Life, Wife, and Children
Stew Kaufman is possibly single at the moment. Previously, he was married to an American sportscaster Linda Cohn. The couple is the college sweethearts. Also, their love affair had been long before they exchanged their marital vows.
However, the couple is divorced now due to their personal issues as well. Stew has two children from her whom he loves very much. His daughter’s name is Sammy Kaufman and son’s name is Dan Kaufman. Furthermore, his ex-wife Linda lives with her two children. Linda has been a good mother to them taking good care of her children and fulfilling all the responsibilities of a mother.
Linda’s Relationship Status
As of now, Linda is possibly single. Besides Stew, she was in a romantic relationship with, Matt Voity in the year2008. Voity is a hockey mentor. In the year 2019, her 11-year relationship with Matt ended.
Stew Kaufman’s Ex-Wife’s Career
His ex-wife Linda Cohn initiated began her career as a sportscaster from New York-based radio station called WALK-AM in 1981, just after finishing her graduation. Later she left the work in the station in the year 1984 and worked in other four New York-based radio stations as a sports anchor till 1987. In the year 1987, Cohn became a first full-time U.S female sportscaster on the national radio network. She anchored the WABC Talk Radio Show from the year 1987-1988.
In the year 1988, she joined the SportsChannel America Network as a reporter. Later on, Cohn moved to KIRO-TV based in Seattle as a sports anchor. After some years at KIRO-TV, Cohn was hired by ESPN to work on its SportsCenter in the year 1992. Then she has been the familiar face to the viewers of the SportsCentre. In the year 2005, Cohn extended her contract with ESPN and to her duties; WNBA telecast through the program play-by-play has been added.
After that, she has been hosting the SportsCenter 1-3 pm eastern FROM Monday TO Friday. Also, she has been hosting the podcast Listen Closely to Linda Cohn. Cohn has been a prognosticator in the year 1997 NCAA basketball tournament. Also, she has been featured in many of the SportsCenter show’s comical This is SportsCenter commercials. In mid-July 2018, ESPN issued a press release announcing that Linda had signed a new deal to remain with the company for years to come. At the time of signing the new contract, the network’s Executive vice-president Norby Williamson noted that in her 26 years with the network, Linda had hosted more SportsCenter than anyone else.
As part of the new deal, her role in hockey coverage will be enlarged, with In The Crease which is a show that she was the primary host of from its inception in the 2016-2017 NHL season’s Stanley Cup playoffs, expanding to five nights a week for the entire season, as well as doing hockey-related interviews and features for SportsCenter and other ESPN platforms, in addition to her continuing SportsCenter duties.
Besides being a talented and inspiring journalist, Cohn is also an author. She has written her own memoir titled Cohen-Head: A No-Holds-Barred Account of Breaking Into the Boy’s Club. In the book, Cohn has mentioned her passion for sports and her work experiences. Her story of being one of the recognized sportscasters in the male-dominated sportscasting world.
In the year 2014, Cohn was named one of the 25 most influential women in sports.
Facts of Stew Kaufman
|Full Name||Stew Kaufman|
|Place Of Birth||the United States of America|
|Children||Sammy Kaufman and Dan Kaufman|