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Birth Name: Tony Kornheiser
Born: 07/13/1948
Birth Place: Kings Park, New York, USA

Tony Kornheiser is a sportswriter and ESPN personality, perhaps best-known as one-half of the "Pardon the Interruption" (ESPN, 2001- ) team with co-host Michael Wilbon. "Uncle Tony" -- as he is affectionately called by younger TV and radio personalities -- is a former Washington Post columnist and host of "The Tony Kornheiser Show" on radio. Kornheiser also briefly worked in the booth for ESPN's "Monday Night Football" (ABC/ESPN, 1970- ), though he left after two seasons.

Anthony Irwin Kornheiser was born on July 13, 1948 in Kings Park, New York on Long Island where he attended George W. Hewlett High School. He began his journalism career at the former Harpur College, now Bin... Continue Bio >>


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