Jordan Cornette Biography
|Date of Birth:||1983 , March-31|
|Age:||37 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Jordan Cornette|
|Birth Place/City||Cincinnati, Ohio|
|Net Worth||$700 Thousand|
|Married to||Shae Peppler|
|Education||Notre Dame University|
Jordan Cornette is a famous American analyst and host who currently works as a college basketball analyst for ESPN. Likewise, he is also the host of All ACC, ACC Network’s flagship news and information show. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native previously played basketball at Notre Dame.
His Age, Nationality, And Wiki-Bio
Jordan was born on 31st March 1983 and is currently 37 years old. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States of America. As of now, he resides in Chicago. He studied at Notre Dame University from 2001 to 2005.
The name of his parents is father Joel Sr. and his mother is Christi. He grew up alongside his sibling brother Joel Cornette. His brother is no more as he died on 16th August 2017 due to coronary atherosclerosis.
What Is His Current Relationship Status?
Talking about Jordan’s current relationship status, he is a married man. He is married to wife Shae Peppler, who is the host of SiriusXM NFL Radio.
As per wife’s post, they tied the knot on 2nd June 2019 at 18th Lane of Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head Island. Now, they enjoy a year-long marital life without any issues of divorce or separation. They are happy together. Though the pair is yet to welcome children of their own, they are parents to their pet dog.
Well, Jordan is the father of a child, son Carter. He welcomed Carter with his ex-girlfriend, whose identity is not disclosed till the date. For now, his son lives with his biological mother.
Jordan Cornette’s Net Worth In 2020
Jordan, who played basketball, currently serves as the college basketball analyst for ESPN. He earns a decent figure of money working for ESPN and All ACC.
Though Jordan’s net worth is not revealed, some tabloids reported that his net worth is estimated to be around $700 thousand. As a television anchor, his salary might be approximately $62,910 per annum.
Jordan currently works as a college basketball analyst for ESPN. He is also the host of All ACC, ACC Network’s flagship news and information show. Before joining ACCN, he worked as a co-host on Kap&Co weekdays on ESPN1000. Likewise, he also was the host of The Jam.
Alongside his hosting and analyst duties, he also serves as co-host for Spain and Company on ESPN Radio.
Before joining ESPN, he worked at CBS Sports Network as a college basketball analyst. Jordan also played basketball from 2001 to 2005 at Notre Dame.