Craig Kilborn - Biography
Last Modified: Jul 11, 2020
|Born on :||August 24, 1962 (age 59)|
|Birth Name /
|Craig Lawrence Kilborn|
|Birth Place:||Kansas City, Missouri, USA|
|Father's Name:||Hiram Kilborn|
|Mother's Name:||Shirley Kilborn|
Chris Kilborn (brother)
|High School:||Hastings High School|
|University:||Montana State University|
Jonathan Kilborn (son)
|Height:||1.96 meter (6 feet 5 inch)|
|Hair Color:||Light Brown/Grey|
Table of contents [Hide]
Who is Craig Kilborn?
Craig Kilborn is a comedian, actor, commentator, screenwriter, TV host, TV producer.
Craig Kilborn: Age, Parents, Siblings
Craig Kilborn’s birth took place as Craig Lawrence Kilborn in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S. He was born on August 24, 1962, to parents Shirley Kilborn, a school teacher and Hiram Kilborn, an insurance executive. At the age of 4, he moved with his family to Hastings, Minnesota where he grew up his brother Chris Kilborn.
Growing up, Craig Kilborn was taller than his peers and grew up to 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m). While at school, he was recruited by the basketball team, Northside Magicians at the Hastings High School. From there he graduated with three letters, multiple all-conference, and all-state honors.
After graduation, he enrolled at the Montana State University with a scholarship. He graduated from the same in 1984 with a dual bachelor's degree in theater arts and media.
His ethnicity is not known.
Craig Kilborn: Wife, Children, Marriage, Divorce
Craig Kilborn is not a married man. In fact, he has never been married. However, he does have a son named Jonathan Kilborn, who was born in 1987.
Moreover, he has never been known to date any women. So, viewers began to speculate that he might be gay. Kilborn has not yet commented on his sexuality. Maybe he loves his privacy and likes to avoid being pushed in the spotlight.
Craig Kilborn: Career
Craig Kilborn began his career with CBA. There he worked from 1986 to 1987 as Savannah Spirits's play-by-play radio commentator. He then went on to work at KCB, a Fox affiliate. Finally, in 1993, he landed the job as the SportsCenter anchor for ESPN and he worked there till 1996.
Kilborn returned on the sports channel on August 8, 2004, as a co-host with Dan Patrick at SportsCenter during ESPN's 25th Anniversary Celebration.
In 1996, Craig Kilborn was chosen to host The Daily Show on Comedy Central. During his time there, he was named Best Late Night Comedy by TV Guide. His last episode was aired on December 17, 1998, and was replaced by Jon Stewart.
For the next five years from 1999 to 2004, he was the writer and the host of The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, replacing Tom Snyder. Scottish-American comedian Craig Ferguson took over the show on January 3, 2005.
Other shows that he has worked in include The Kilborn File but ran for only a few episodes from June 28, 2010. He has also acted in several films such as Old School (2003), The Shaggy Dog (2006), The Benchwarmers (2006), The Extendables (2014), The Bronze (2015).
Kilborn has worked with Dan Patrick, Lizz Winstead, Christine Lakin, Jon Heder, David Spade, Will Ferrell, Rob Schneider, among others.
Credit: latimes (Craig Kilborn)
Craig Kilborn: Awards, Nominations
Craig Kilborn has been nominated for 1997’s CableACE Award for Best Entertainment Host, 2003’s Teen Choice Award for Choice TV – Late Night, 2004’s Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Late Night.
Craig Kilborn: Net Worth, Salary
The net worth of Kilborn is estimated to be around $7 million and annual salary is under review.
Craig Kilborn: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On Instagram, Twitter, Craig Kilborn is followed by thousands of followers but us absent from Facebook.
We endeavour for accuracy. If you believe our content has any misinformation, violates your copyright, or you want to propose an update, please feel free to contact us.