Kevin Burkhardt is among the few people who get a chance of working with their idols. While growing up, he was idolizing sportscaster Gary Cohen and after growing up, he worked like fill-in commentator of Gary Cohen. However, the fame did not come easy to him since he had to work hard such as working in the car dealership so that he can support his family.
According to his wiki sites, Kevin Burkhardt is a graduate of William Paterson University and he had a degree of Broadcasting. He started the broadcasting career while working at Radio Station WGHT and he was covering high school football. Afterwards, he worked at Jukebox Radio and he presented the minor league games of WJUX. While working on these stations, he was getting a small salary and started to work as a car dealership. He got the last chance in broadcasting career when he decided to join WCBS-AM in the New York City. He was able to climb the success ladder and afterwards, he joined the Mets Broadcast Team from 2007. While working at Sports New York or SNY and he appeared on Mets Hot Stove and Mets Post Game Live and Mets Year in Review.
Height and Net worth
Kevin Burkhardt joined the Squad of Fox and he started calling the games to the NFL in the year 2013. He signed a contract with Fox Sports in the year 2014 and he started to get enough annual income. His work had increased his net worth which is not in the media yet. Kevin Burkhardt is tall with height of 6 feet while he continues to keep a healthy physique.
Wife and Family and Children
From his personal bio, Kevin Burkhardt is married and he is a father to a son and a daughter. His wife is called Rachel Burkardt and they have been married for a long period. Their son is more than 10 years of age and he had a daughter called Brook. He had does not talk about having more children. The family is living in the city of Manhattan Beach in California and they have a strong connection towards one another. When it comes to their relationship, Kevin Burkhardt does not like to appear in the public together with his wife but only to charity event.
When he started to call at NFL on Fox, he was teaming up with Erin Andrews and John Lynch. The crew was in charge to call the divisional playoff game of Seahawks and Saints. He was working in fill-in job for Major League Baseball of Fox in the year 2012. In the year 2014, he got named as the host of the MLB coverage for Fox Sports and Fox. He signed a contract of 3 years with Fox in the year 2015 and he would join also Fox College Hoops team.
Last Modified: Oct 8, 2019