Chris McKendry Bio

Chris McKendry Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Kids, ESPN, Networth

Chris McKendry Biography

Chris McKendry is an ESPN journalist who has worked for the company since 1996. She co-anchored the 11-1 pm ET weekday block of live ESPN SportsCenter programming alongside Jay Crawford. She began working as a full-time on-site hostess for ESPN tennis coverage of the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open on April 1, 2016.

Chris McKendry Age

She was born on February 18, 1968, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chris McKendry Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Chris McKendry Education

McKendry attended Drexel University on a tennis scholarship after graduating from Archbishop Ryan High School.

Chris McKendry Parents

She has not yet disclosed any information about her parents to the public.

Chris McKendry Husband

She is happily married to Eduardo Andrade. Eduardo and Chris married in 1998 in Most Holy Trinity Church in Pomfret, Connecticut, in the presence of their family.

Chris McKendry Kids

She is a beloved mother of two boys.

Chris McKendry ESPN

McKendry co-anchored her final SportsCenter program on March 31, 2016. He then went full-time for ESPN, covering the Australian Open in January and the United States Open in late August. McKendry worked as a sports reporter at WJLA-TV, an ABC station in Washington, D.C., before joining ESPN.

Along with that, on July 27, 1996, McKendry debuted as the host of SportsCenter, before moving to ESPNEWS for the inauguration of the 24-hour sports news network. Later that year, she returned to SportsCenter as a co-host of the network’s flagship news and information program, co-hosting the weekend morning and weekday 6 p.m. episodes.

Moreover, he holds the distinction of being the first female sports news anchor in the Washington, D.C. market (1994–96). She won a regional Sports Emmy in the Best Sports Segment Category in June 1996 for “NFL 101,” a show that taught newcomers how to watch football. McKendry also co-hosted Redskin Magazine, a 1-hour live pregame show at WJLA-TV. During the NBA Playoffs in 1996, she worked as a sideline and feature reporter for TNT and TBS. She also worked as a sports anchor/reporter for All-News Channel/Conus in Minneapolis from 1993 to 1994, an update anchor for USA Network (1993–1994) and Newsport (1994), and a producer for Fox News Service in Washington, D.C. from 1992 to 1993.

Chris McKendry Salary

Her salary is estimated at $87 thousand annually.

Chris McKendry Networth

She has garnered a networth of approximately $ 2 Million

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