Jul. 13th, 1948
Long Island, New York, USA
Tony Kornheiser's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2004 - Mr 3000
Guest TV Roles
Himself - Color Commentator
The T-man, he's epic! He's Clah-sic! Rack him! Sports columnist & writer for the Washington Post since 1979. Previously a sportswriter for the New York Times and Newsday. Author of three collections of allegedly funny columns from the Post: Pumping Irony (1995), Bald As I Wanna Be (1997) and I'm Back For More Cash (2002). Host of the aptly-named Tony Kornheiser Show on Washington D.C. radio since 1992, and nationally on ESPN Radio since 1998. Teamed with friend and colleague Michael Wilbon to host _"Pardon the Interruption" (2002)_ on ESPN starting October 2001.
- The television show "Listen Up" starring Jason Alexander is loosely based on his life as a Washington Post sports writer.
- Daughter: Elizabeth, son: Michael
- Is only ten years older than his fellow PTI co-host Michael Wilbon
- An only child
- Dog: Maggie
- Attended Harpur College in Vestal, New York; now called SUNY-Binghamton. Often references the Binghamton University Bearcats on his daily TV and radio shows.
- Invited by ABC to audition for the second analyst position on Monday Night Football in 1999, which eventually went to Dennis Miller.