Graduated from University of Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV) in 1982 with a bachelor of arts degree in broadcasting.
Kenny Mayne is an American sports journalist who has been a reporter and anchor for ESPN since 1994. He is also known for his humorous and offbeat delivery, and has been voted one of the most popular sports reporters in the country.
Mayne was born in Seattle, Washington, on September 1, 1959. His parents were both high school teachers. He has two older sisters. Mayne was a star athlete in high school, playing football, basketball, and baseball. He was also an accomplished singer and pianist.
After high school, Mayne attended the University of Oregon on a football scholarship. He played wide receiver for the Ducks from 1978 to 1982. He graduated with a degree in journalism.
Mayne began his career as a sports reporter for a local television station in Eugene, Oregon. He then moved to Los Angeles, where he worked as a reporter and anchor for KTLA-TV. In 1994, he joined ESPN, where he has been a reporter and anchor for SportsCenter, NFL Live, and other shows.
Mayne has won several Emmy Awards for his work at ESPN. He was also named National Sportscaster of the Year by the American Sportscasters Association in 1997.
Mayne has been married twice. His first marriage, to former Miss USA Shawn Southwick, ended in divorce. He has two children from that marriage. Mayne married his second wife, Stacy, in 2010. They have one child together.
Mayne’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. His salary at ESPN is not publicly known, but it is believed to be in the millions of dollars per year.
Date Of Birth
September 1, 1959
Comedian, TV Journalist, American football player
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Wenatchee Valley College
Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Host
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