Tony Kornheiser

Biography: Tony Kornheiser joined ESPN Radio in November 1997 as host of the Tony Kornheiser Show, which premiered January 5, 1998. Previously, his show aired exclusively on WTEM-AM in Washington, D.C. since 1992.

Kornheiser also co-host of the popular Parton the Interruption (PTI) show, which debuted on ESPN September 22, 2001.

Kornheiser is also a columist for the Washington Post, which he joined in 1979. He has been a sports columnist there since 1984.

Kornheiser has authored three books: Pumping Irony, Bold as I Wanna Be, and Back for More Cash. He has also written for Newsday and the New York Times.

Kornheiser graduated from Harpur College in upstate New York (now SUNY-Binghamton) in 1970. He is married and has two children.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Pardon the Interruption: Season 3 Jan 17, 2006 Co-Host tbd
tbd Pardon the Interruption: Season 2 Jun 27, 2005 Co-Host tbd
tbd Pardon the Interruption: Season 1 Oct 22, 2001 Co-Host 8.5
tbd Monday Night Football: Season 1 Sep 21, 1970 Himself tbd