If you watch ESPN, you’ve probably heard of Adam Amin. If you are unfamiliar with him, he is an ESPN radio sportscaster. Here are some fascinating wikis about Adam’s bio, age, height, ESPN salary, and personal life that you should not miss.
Relationship Status: Single?
Adam’s personal life or dating relationships are not discussed in depth. He isn’t forthcoming about his romantic side. In March 2013, he did tweet about his ‘not-living-in-reality’ girlfriend, Kat Dennings, and talked about giving her tea for Arbor Day.
And on Valentine’s Day 2011, Adam openly tweeted his desire for only the kiss of the summer sun. According to the tweet, he was not romantically involved with anyone at the time. On Valentine’s Day 2018, Adam did something that was predictable.
He shared a collage of four photos of himself eating and the caption was equally appropriate. He wrote in the caption, “Good words for my exes.”
Valentine’s Day greetings. I’ll be thinking about my previous significant others. I hope you get to spend it with the people you care about. #vday
The tweet implies that Adam is content with his single life. His viewers are also entertained by his random acts of displaying his non-existent love life.
Biography and Wiki
Adam was born on December 19, 1986, in Chicago, Illinois, according to his bio. Mohammed, his father, was born in Karachi and immigrated to the United States in 1978.
When Mohammed was in the United States, his wife, Zubeda, stayed in Pakistan with their three sons, Ismail, Abdullah, and Mustafa. Adam’s father worked in a Chicago factory. When he had enough money, he brought his family to the United States in 1985.
Adam was born a year later. He graduated from Valparaiso University in 2009 after attending Addison Trail High School in Addison, Illinois. Adam is 31 years old and stands 5 feet 7 inches tall (1.73 meters). He fell in love with broadcasting during his college years.
ESPN Career and Salary
Adam discovered his hidden passion for broadcasting while working at the college radio station, WVUR, while in college. In 2007, he worked as a sportscaster for Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network. He progressed to Fox Sports Wisconsin, the Horizon League Network, and the Illinois High School Association. Adam had already served as Sports Director of KUOO in Spirit Lake by 2011.
The same year, ESPN hired him to call college basketball and football. He also called baseball, softball, tennis, and wrestling. Adam also signed a new contract with ESPN in 2017.
He called the final four of the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament. In addition, he called the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest and preseason games for the National Football League’s Chicago Bears.
Adam earns an average salary of $75,754 from his job at ESPN, which undoubtedly contributes to his growing net worth.