Andy Pollin Biography
Andy Pollin is a seasoned American radio and television personality who currently co-hosts MASN with Rob Long. He also works at ESPN 980 (formerly WTEM), where he fills in for Kornheiser during the summer. He formerly served as a Sports Director at WTEM from 1992 to January 2017. He has also worked for various networks, including WFAN and ESPN.
Andy Pollin Age
Andy Pollin was born in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in the United States of America on August 3, 1958. He is 64 years old.
Andy Pollin’s Height
Andy stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Andy Pollin Family
Andy was born and raised in Chevy Chase, Maryland, by his supporting and loving parents, the identity of whom remains unknown.
Andy Pollin Wife
Andy is a devoted spouse to his devoted wife Arlene. The couple has been married for numerous years and has two grown children, a son who is a New York City teacher and a daughter who is a D.C. area attorney.
Andy Pollin Education
Andy graduated from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in 1976 while growing up in Maryland. Subsequently, he enrolled in American University, where he was a member of the school’s radio station before leaving to begin his radio career in Beaumont, Texas. Andy graduated from Trinity University with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Andy Pollin Salary
Andy receives an annual salary of $90,680.
Andy Pollin Net Worth
Andy’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Andy Pollin Career
Andy hosted “The Tony Kornheiser Show” on ESPN Radio, where he was known by his nickname “Andy Polley.” He got the nickname after a listener was offended by Andy’s remark regarding baseball player Rafael Palmeiro.
The listener was enraged and said, “Andy Polley, you are an idiot!” when he called the show. Denis Horgan Jr., the show’s producer, recorded the call and played it frequently when Andy was on air. He currently works as a summer fill-in for Kornheiser at ESPN 980 (formerly WTEM).
He is currently employed by MASN, where he co-hosts Weekends with Rob Long. Andy can also be heard on “The Andy Pollin Show with Thom Lovero” on WJFK 106.7 The Fan. He formerly worked as a Sports Director at WTEM from its inception in 1992 to January 2017.
For thirteen years, he co-hosted “The Sports Reporters with Steve Czaban” before being sacked in July 2013. Andy performed as a sidekick on The Tony Kornheiser Show for fourteen years, from 1992 until 2006. From 1998 through 2004, he co-hosted GameDay with Mel Kiper Jr. on ESPN Radio.
Aside from being a television personality, he is a part-time author who co-wrote and published The Great Book of Washington, D.C. Sports Lists with Len Shapiro. Running Press publishers produced the book, which has 304 pages. The book is about how sports discourse in America has evolved from small-time barroom banter to a 24-hour media buffet on TV and radio.