Erin Manning Wiki
The celebrity person, Erin Manning, who is only known as the wife of the popular sports commentator Max Kellerman, hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her birth date, but it’s assumed that it was in the early 1970s, and in New York City, USA, and so holds American nationality, while her ethnicity is Caucasian, and she follows Christianity.
Education and career
According to her Facebook account, she attended Hunter College High School, and upon matriculating, enrolled at the Bryn Mawr College, in Pennsylvania, one of the Seven Sister colleges, known as a prestige women’s college, and then she enrolled at Fordham University School of Law, where she earned her law degree.
She initially worked for Pryor Cashman LLP, and currently works in the Federal Defenders of New York Incorporation, where she defends persons charged with federal crimes, who cannot afford an attorney.
Marriage with Max Kellerman
Erin and Max met in high school, and soon became close friends which later grew into a romantic relationship; the two dated for a while, and then married in 1994.
They became parents for the first time on 6 November 2008, when Erin gave birth to their daughter Mira, and later they welcomed daughter Esther and son Sam, however, their birth dates stayed a secret for the public.
As of January 2022, the couple is still together, apparently enjoying their lives and raising children in their near $1.5 million valued house, in East Hampton, one of New York State’s safest communities.
Age, height, and net worth
Judging by her appearance, Erin might be in her 40s, she has long blonde hair, and green eyes; she weighs around 143lbs (65kgs) and is 5ft 6ins (1.70m) tall.
Since she prefers to keep information regarding her personal life and career a secret, her net worth value cannot be estimated, but it’s known that the net worth of her husband has been estimated at $6 million.
Who is Max Kellerman?
Max Kellerman was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 6 August 1973, in The Bronx, New York City USA; he holds American nationality, and his ethnicity is Ashkenazi Jewish. He’s a boxing commentator, a host and sports television personality, perhaps known best for his comedy talk show “SportsNation”.
He was raised in The Bronx and the Greenwich Village area of New York City, alongside his three brothers, by their Jewish parents; his father Henry Kellerman was a writer, psychoanalyst, and psychologist, while information about his mother’s occupation hasn’t been disclosed, but it’s known that her name is Linda.
Although many people think that his name is short for his real name, actually Max is his real name, nor does he have a middle name.
One of Max’s brothers, Sam, who was an aspiring young artist, was murdered in his apartment on 17 October 2004; the murderer was a former boxer, and his roommate James Butler, although at first he denied it, but eventually confessed that he repeatedly struck Sam in the head with a hammer after Sam asked him to move out; he was sentenced to 29 years and four months in prison for killing his 29-year-old friend. In honor of his brother, Max named his son the Sam.
Max attended New York City’s PS 41, and Hunter College High School, then upon matriculating in 1991, enrolled at Columbia University, from which he graduated with a BA degree in 1995.
In his teenage years, Max made his debut as the commentator on a New York City’s local TV station, hosting the program Max on Boxing, and then in the late ’90s, he was hired as an analyst on Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN)’s series “Friday Night Fights”; in 2002 he was given his own show entitled “Around the Horn”. Max was nominated for the Sports Emmy Award Outstanding Sports Personality – Studio Analyst, in 2002.
In the following years, after some misunderstanding between him and ESPN, Max left the network and started working on Fox Sports Net, hosting his new show, “I, Max”, which was broadcast until 18 February 2005.
Max then went to work for Microsoft/National Broadcasting Company (MSNBC), for three years alongside Tucker Carlson, and then he focused on his radio career.
He began hosting the 10 AM to noon program on Worldwide Electronic Publishing Network (WEPN), and then started his career as the boxing commentator on Home Box Office (HBO), hired for the telecast “Boxing After Dark”, but he eventually moved up to the HBO World Championship Boxing team, with Harold Lederman and Jim Lampey.
On 12 May 2010, Max was hired by the Cable News Network (CNN), and after HBO left boxing, Max signed a multi-year contract with ESPN at the end of 2018, and worked as the host of the show “First Take” alongside Stephen A. Smith until September 2021, when he left the show – according to sources, one of the reasons was his and Stephen’s relationship.
Stephen A. Smith stated for the New York Post: ‘He disagreed with me, and he disagreed with me three years ago, he disagreed two years ago and he disagreed this time. We’ve always understood where we stand with each other. He also knew that it was nothing personal and it was nothing against him as a talent. I just didn’t feel that moving forward he and I together was the right call and I said that the bosses. They disagree with me a few times in the past. Evidently this time they understood, and they made the move.’ Max hasn’t commented about leaving the show, but announced his new show “This Just In”.
Max is active on social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, mostly posting about his work, since he prefers to keep his private life a secret. His Instagram account has been followed by over 200,000 people, while his Twitter has over 650,000 followers, and his official Facebook page has gained over 25,000 fans.
He made his acting debut appearing in the 2006 movie “Rocky Balboa” portraying HBO Commentator, and played himself in the 2015 movie “Creed” and its sequel “Creed II”, interviewing the boxers.
Max is 48 years old, with light, brown hair and blue eyes; he weighs around 155lbs (70kgs) and is 5ft 10ins (1.8m) tall.