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Max Kellerman is a renowned sports television personality and boxing commentator. He is currently the co-host of the ESPN talk show 'First Take' and the radio talk show 'Max & Marcellus.'
Max Kellerman has been involved in sports commentating for several years now. He's an established personality in sports media, and he has made good amount of money from it too. Let's find out how much fortune the 46-year-old media personality has made over the course of his career.
As of April 2020, Max Kellerman possesses an estimated net worth of $7 million. The fortune he made to date is from his years of work in the field of sports media.
Max Kellerman holds an estimated net worth of $7 million.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Currently, Max Kellerman is working as a co-host of 'First Take,' an ESPN talk show. He co-hosts the show alongside Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim. Max is also involved in the sports radio talk show 'Max & Marcellus' as a co-host alongside Marcellus Wiley on ESPNLA.
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Max Kellerman hosted the ESPN panel talk show 'Around the Horn' since its inception in 2002 to 2004. Another one of his previously hosted show is 'SportsNation,' which he co-hosted alongside Wiley and Michelle Beadle from 2013 to 2016. He used to cover the boxing matches for numerous radio outlets, and he even hosted his own show 'The Max Kellerman Show' on ESPN Xtra.
Max Kellerman used to work as a studio commentator with Brian Kenny on 'Friday Night Fights.' Besides, he also worked for 'HBO World Championship Boxing' and 'Boxing After Dark' as a color commentator. He also does analysis and discussions for boxing matches on HBO, and currently, he is a co-host for the midday show on 710 ESPN.
Max Kellerman was born in The Bronx area of New York City and was raised in the Greenwich area of the city. He studied at New York City's Public School 41. He later attended Hunter College High School in 1991. Afterward, Max went to Columbia University in 1998 from where he graduated with a degree in History.
Max Kellerman graduated from Columbia University with a degree in History.
On October 17, 2004, Max's brother Sam Silverman was brutally murdered by the former boxer James Butler. His late younger brother Sam was an aspiring young artist who wrote a play titled 'The Man Who Hated Shakespeare.' He also used to host a public-access cable-television show. His dead body was found inside his apartment in the 1400 block of Vista Street in Los Angeles. The murderer, James, was given a 29-year sentence.
Max is also now married to wife Erin Manning-Kellerman with three children, all daughters. Despite having a rocky patch in between their married life is still going strong.
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