Colin Cowherd is an American sports media personality. Colin Coward began his broadcasting profession as a sports director at the KVBC television station, Colin Coward worked as a sports anchor in several sports before joining ESPN in 2003. Cowherd is the presenter of The Herd with Colin Cowherd on Fox Sports Radio and Fox Sports 1. Cowherd also established and brought out his own podcast network “The Volume” in 2021.
Colin Cowherd Biography/Wiki
|Colin Cowherd Birth Name||Colin Murray Cowherd|
|Profession||Journalist, Television Personality, Radio Personality, Author|
|Colin Cowherd Height||In Centimeter- 187 cm|
In Meter- 1.87 m
In Feet- 6’1”
|Weight||In Kilogram- 72 kg|
In Pound- 159 lbs
|Hair Color||Salt Pepper|
|Shoe Size (US)||4|
|Dress Size (US)||8|
|Date Of Birth||6 June 1964|
|Colin Cowherd Age (2022)||58 Years|
|Birthplace||Bay Center, Washington, United States|
|Zodiac Sign/Sun Sign||Capricorn|
|School||Ocosta High School in Westport|
|College/University||Eastern Washington University|
|Colin Cowherd Wife||Kimberly Ann Vadala (1996-2007)|
Ann Cowherd (2010 Present)
|Marriage Date||30 March 1996 (with Kimberly Ann Vadala)|
|Colin Cowherd Daughter||Liv Cowherd (with Kimberly Ann Vadala)|
|Parents||Father– Charles Cowherd|
Mother– Patricia Cowherd
|Sibling||Sister– Patricia Cowherd|
|Colin Cowherd Net Worth (2022)||25 Million USD|
Early Life & Education
Cowherd was born in Aberdeen, Washington on January 6, 1964, his father’s name was Charles Coward and mother’s name was Patricia Cowherd. Colin and his sister were raised primarily by their mother in Grayland, Washington. He completed his education from Ocosta High School in Westport. Cowherd graduated in 1985 from Eastern Washington University.
- Cowherd started his career as the play-by-play voice for the San Diego Padres Triple- associate with Las Vegas Stars. He is finally set off as sports director at KVBC in Las Vegas.
- In 1996, he moved to Portland, where he worked as a sports anchor for KGW-TV.
- In 2001, The Cowherd proceeded from an afternoon time slot on all-sports radio KFXX to the morning drive time.
- In 2003, Cowherd was choose to replace Tony Kornheiser for the late-morning time slot (10 AM – 1 PM ET) on ESPN Radio.
- On July 24, 2015, it was declared that Cowherd would leave ESPN.
- On August 12, 2015, it was officially reported that Cowherd would join Fox Sports with a four-year contract. The Herd preceed to Premiere Networks and Fox Sports Radio on September 8, 2015, and its TV simulcast moved to Fox Sports 1.
- Cowherd was also the co-presenter on day to day sports talk show Speak for Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock on Fox Sports 1 with Jason Whitlock.
Colin got married to Kimberly Ann in 1996 but regrettably, this marriage came to an end in the year 2007 on a bad note. Later on, Colin married Ann Cowherd in 2010 and is still living with Ann.