John U Bacon Biography
John U Bacon is a well-known American public speaker, radio commentator as well as New York Times Bestselling writer. John works on Michigan public television stations as a weekly sports commentator since 2007. He regularly appears on ESPN, NPR as well as Big Ten Network. Prior to that, John worked for two years as a sports show host at WAAM based in Ann Arbor. Other than his journalism career, John has published 11 books and 7 of them have been named the national bestselling books.
John U Bacon Age
John U Bacon was born on 3rd July 1964, in the United States of America. He is 57 years old.
John U Bacon Height
John is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall (Approx 1.74 m).
John U Bacon Family
John U Bacon was born and brought up in the United States of America by her caring and supportive parents. However, John is a reticent person and has kept information with regard to his personal life confidential. Thus, there are no details concerning his parents or if he has any siblings.
John U Bacon Education
He attended Huron High School and graduated with a high school diploma. Later, John joined the University of Michigan where he graduated with his bachelor’s degree in History and master’s degree in Education. he has served as a lecturer at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University as well as the University of Michigan. In 2009, John won the Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching.
John U Bacon Wife
John is blissfully hitched to his stunning wife called Christie Breitner in 2014. She serves as a nonprofit administrator. The beautiful family stays in Ann Arbor, Michigan together with their son who was born in 2015.
John U Bacon Salary
He earns a decent salary of $57,100 annually. Michigan public TV weekly sports commentators’ salaries.
John U Bacon Net Worth
John U Bacon has gathered an admirable fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million.
John U Bacon Career
John works on Michigan public television stations as a weekly sports commentator since 2007. He regularly appears on ESPN, NPR as well as Big Ten Network. Prior to that, John worked for two years as a sports show host at WAAM based in Ann Arbor. Furthermore, John has guest appearances on Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and Ask Me Another quiz shows on NPR.
Moreover, he has given speeches for corporations and organizations, such as three TEDx talks, on Knight-Wallace Fellows Program’s Hovey Lecture, and during the Golden Apple Award. Moreover, John also served as a freelance writer for The New York Times, ESPN The Magazine, and Time. He joined The Detroit News as a sports feature writer in 1995.
Furthermore, he kicked off his journalism career at The Ann Arbor News in Ann Arbor whre he served as a lifestyle reporter. John worked as coach of the hockey team of his alma mater, Huron High School from 2000 to 2004. In 2007, he was inducted into the River Rat Hall of Fame.