Kevin Arnovitz Biography
Kevin Arnovitz is a prominent American Journalist currently working in Los Angeles, California as an NBA Writer at ESPN since October 2008. He is as well a co-host of a top chef podcast, Pack Your Knoved. Prior to joining ESPN, Kevin worked at the Marketplace by APM as an Editor and Producer for one year and two months.
Kevin Arnovitz Age
Kevin Arnovitz was born in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. He is around 33 years old, although details with regard to his exact date and year of birth remain unavailable.
Kevin Arnovitz Height
Kevin is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Kevin Arnovitz Family
Kevin was born to his hardworking and supportive parents in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States of America. Nonetheless, details with respect to his family (parents and/or siblings) whereabouts remain away from the spotlight.
Kevin Arnovitz Education
He matriculated at a local high school where he received his high school diploma. Later on, Kevin joined Columbia University in the City of New York and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
Kevin Arnovitz Partner
He is openly gay and stays with his partner in Los angles. Kevin came out as Gay during an interview with espn.com. Nevertheless, he has not brought to light the name of his partner. This portion is under review and we will update as soon as we get clear facts concerning Kevin’s partner.
Kevin Arnovitz Salary
He receives a decent salary of $65,476 annually. This is according to ESPN NBA Writers’ salaries.
Kevin Arnovitz Net Worth
Kevin Arnovitz has managed to garner decent wealth over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Kevin Arnovitz Career
At this present moment, he works in Los Angeles, California as an NBA Writer at ESPN since October 2008. He is as well a co-host of a top chef podcast, Pack Your Knoved. He mainly covers the profile of Billy Kennedy, the dysfunctional front offices of NBA franchises, the mental health of top athletes, and the NBA’s only openly gay referee.
Moreover, Kevin also covered the Sacramento Kings executive who collected the Best American Sports Writing in 2020 and almost pulled off the NBA’s heist in 2019. Prior to joining ESPN, Kevin worked at the Marketplace by APM as an Editor and Producer for one year and two months.
He debuted his journalism career after graduating from Columbia University in the City of New York and then joined Slate Magazine in March of 2003. At the station, Kevin teamed with the Editor and Contributor family working together with them for a duration of three years and one month.