Bonnie Bernstein is known as an American sports executive, journalist, and sportscaster. She is most famous for her work on ESPN and Fox News.
Bonnie Bernstein was born on August 16, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York. She was raised in New Jersey and completed her high school studies at Howell High School. She got her college degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Maryland.
At the beginning of her career, Bonnie Bernstein struggled a lot as she started working as a sports director at the WXJN-FM radio station in Lewes, Delaware. Bonnie Bernstein became the Vice president of Content and Brand development for Campus Insiders in April 2013. Bonnie worked on The Dan Patrick Show and also freelances for various channels such as ESPN. She also takes the role of guest commentator on various news channels such as FOX News, NBC, and MSNBC.
Bonnie Bernstein joined ESPN in 1995 on the post of Chicago Bureau Chief, where her work was to cover the latest and hottest sporting events in the area. In 1998, she joined CBS Sports serving the role of sideline reporter for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championships. In 2006, she left CBS Sports and joined ESPN again on the post of field reporter for Sunday Night Basketball.
Bonnie has been very talented in her work life. She started her career from such a small platform and went up to become a celebrated personality in the field of journalism. She has been listed among the top 15 hottest female media persons, due to her attractive looks. She is considered as one of the most accomplished and recognized personalities in the field of journalism. USA Today, New York Times and many other famous publications have documented her work.
In 2005, Bonnie received the "Ten Women to Watch" honor, which is given by the Jewish Women International group for outstanding performance in her profession.
Bonnie Bernstein has been married and divorced twice in her life. Her first marriage was with Roy Thornton but she filed for divorce after a few years. She then got married to Grant Reynolds but her second marriage also ended in divorce.
Boonie has been accused of having affairs with numerous people while she was a married woman. Bonnie and the famous football coach from the New England Patriots, Bill Belichick were allegedly having an affair while she was working with ESPN. This affair got caught up the media’s headlines and soundbites. Bill Belichick who was already married was having an affair with Bonnie, which was considered unacceptable among his staff. Bill was never considered to be her boyfriend. After her fling with him, she had affairs with more men as well
Bonnie Bernstein has been through some life threatening ailments such as blood clots. She was able to get them well treated before it could cause any damage to her health or life. From that point in time, she has become very health conscious. She was also able to reduce the stress in her life.
|Birth Date:||16 Aug, 1970|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Education:||University of Maryland|
|Description:||American sports journalist and executive|