Chris Mckendry Biography
Chris McKendry is an American media personality and journalist currently working at ESPN. Since 1996, Mckendry is famous for her works with the station and has received many accolades.
Chris Mckendry Age
Chris Mckendry was born on February 18, 1968, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States. She is 53 years old as of 2021.
Chris Mckendry Education
Mckendry went to Archbishop Ryan High School and later went to Drexel University on a tennis scholarship in 1990.
Chris Mckendry Family
Schuman is a family girl. When not on the screen she likes to spend quality time with her family. Although she has not revealed their identity, it’s evident that she has a strong bond with his family.
Chris Mckendry Husband
Mckendry is a married woman to her husband Eduardo Andrade since September 1998. Andrade is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford and acquired his master’s degree from Georgetown University. Eduardo is currently the president of Westport Library and coach of Westport little league.
Chris Mckendry Children
Mckendry and her husband are the parents of their two lovely children.
Chris Mckendry Height and Weight
McKendry stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches (1.6 m) and weighs 56kg. Her body measurements are 34-24-36 inches.
Chris Mckendry Net Worth
Chris has an estimated net worth of $3 Million U.S dollars.
Chris Mckendry Salary
Mckendry receives an annual average salary of $5,261 to $61,873 according to ESPN anchors/reporters salaries.
Chris Mckendry Career
Mckendry joined media house through WJLA-TV and later in ABC where she filled in as games correspondent before ESPN. She began as a games grapple advertisement in 1996 later moved to ESPN NEWS. Be that as it may, later she again moved back to Sports Center and began to function as co-host at the end of the week morning and weekday 6 p.m.
Aside from working in the Sports Center, Chris also filled in as an ESPN Wimbledon scope late-night host. He also secured U.S. Open for Sports Center later in 2006. Chris also filled in as a sideline columnist for the ESPN2, ESPN, and ABC Sports channel in the midst of the FIFA Women World Cup.
She also filled in as a journalist on ESPN.com. She is the main lady to fill in as a Washington D.C. games reporter. She also facilitated Redskin Magazine-a live hour show. Chris also acted as a sideline columnist for TNT and TBS. Chris is a writer and TV reporter, and consequently, she is found most of the time in an extremely formal and restrained manner.