Max Kellerman was born on sixth August 1973, and he is a prominent sports television personality from America. He has previously performed as a boxing commentator, and he has hosted on ESPN at This Just In with Max Kellerman. He has also hosted First Take beside Molly Qerim and Stephen A. Smith. He also has been a sports radio talk show host on ESPNLA with Marcellus Wiley, and their show was named Max and Marcellus. Kellerman helped host a talk show called Around the Horn, which aired on ESPN, and he did it for two years. Then, Max went on to help host Sports Nation, a comedy sports talk show with Michelle Beadle and Wiley. He also was in Friday Night Fights, where he was commenting with Brian Kenny. HBO World Championship Boxing hired him as a color commentator for the show Boxing After Dark.
Kellerman had his first experience with broadcasting when he was a teenager in a public-access television cable TV in New York City. He was on a professional boxing stage called Max on Boxing. The show was pretty simple considering the medium, and it caught the boxing community’s attention nevertheless, including Mike Tyson.
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He graduated in the 1990s from Columbia with a history degree, and he was soon hired for Friday Night Fights by ESPN as an analyst. He also met Brian Kenny, his radio partner in the future, in the same show. He acquired his own show, which took inspiration from Pardon the Interruption, and he also became the original host of Around the Horn from ESPN. The show was very prominent, and ESPN could not agree for him to remain in the network. Kellerman finally departed in 2004 and started hosting I Max, another show on Fox Sports Net. He discussed the news regarding sports with his former panelist in Around The World named Michael Holley and Bill Wolff. He took time off from the show after the death of his brother but later returned. The show was soon canceled, and Max started hosting King of Vegas, which was airing on Spike TV.
Max collaborated with Tucker Carlson and announced that they would remain a permanent contributor to Tucker, an MSNBC show. There was also a segment named The Outsider where Kellerman took up Carlson’s selected position. Carlson usually made an introduction to Keller by using overly enthusiastic and unfunny compliments. The show was not acknowledged well by the audience and ended up being dropped in 2008.
Keller is originally from New York City, and he graduated from a school named PS 41 and studied at the Hunter College high. He transferred to Columbia University and is currently married to Erin Manning. They have three daughters with her named Sam, Esther, and Mira. Keller is a prominent fan of hip hop and practices Jewish cultural activities. Some of his favorite artists are the Wu-Tang Clan, and he also stated that Only Built for Cuban is his favorite album.
The current approximate net worth of Max Kellerman is about six million dollars, and he has earned most of this from his performance career. He has also been a regular host on some prominent TV shows that are still running or canceled.