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Past and present television personalities on the ESPN network.

Current ESPN personalities[]

  • Henry Abbott: 2007-present (TrueHoop)
  • J.A. Adande: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
  • Eric Allen: 2002–present (NFL Live)
  • John Anderson: 1999–present (SportsCenter)
  • Erin Andrews: 2004–present (College Football, Basketball and MLB coverage)
  • Greg Anthony: 2002–present (NBA Shootaround)
  • B.J. Armstrong: 2005–present (NBA Fastbreak)
  • Jim Armstrong: 2004–present (Around the Horn)
  • Jack Arute: 1984–present (College Football and IRL coverage)fffff
  • Stephen Bardo: ?–present (College Basketball coverage)
  • Dave Barnett: 1996–present (College Football, Basketball and MLB coverage)
  • John Barr: 2003–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Skip Bayless: 2003–present (1st and 10 and Cold Pizza/ESPN First Take)
  • Chris Berman: 1979–present (SportsCenter, MLB Coverage, Sunday NFL Countdown, and NFL Primetime)
  • Bonnie Bernstein: 1995–1998 and 2006–present (SportsCenter correspondent, Wednesday Night Baseball, College Football, NFL, substitute host for NFL Live and Jim Rome is Burning)
  • Steve Berthiaume: 2000-2006, 2007-present (SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight)
  • Jay Bilas: 1995–present (College Gameday and College Basketball coverage)
  • Kevin Blackistone: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
  • Todd Blackledge: 2006–present (College Football coverage)
  • Aaron Boulding: 2005–present (Videogame analyst)
  • Mike Breen: 2003–present (NBA coverage)
  • Tom Brennan: 2005–present (College GameNight)
  • Chris Broussard: 2004–present (NBA Fastbreak)
  • Dee Brown: 2005–present (NBA Fastbreak)
  • Cindy Brunson: 1999–present (SportsCenter and ESPNEWS)
  • John Buccigross: 1996–present (Baseball Tonight, ESPNEWS, "NHL2Night" and SportsCenter)
  • Ric Bucher: 1999–present (NBA Fastbreak)
  • Steve Bunin: 2003–present (ESPNEWS)
  • Doris Burke: 1991–present (College Football and Women's Basketball coverage)
  • Ryan Burr: 2005–present (SportsCenter and CFB Live)
  • Dave Campbell: 1990–present (Baseball Tonight and Sunday Night Baseball)
  • Rick Carlisle: 2007-present (NBA coverage)
  • Norman Chad: 2003–present (World Series of Poker)
  • John Clayton: 1995–present (Sunday NFL Countdown, NFL Live and SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Linda Cohn: 1992–present (SportsCenter and X Center)
  • Chris Connelly: 2001–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Beano Cook: 1986–present (College Gameday)
  • Kevin Corke: 1999-2005, SportsCenter)
  • Lee Corso: 1987–present (College Gameday)
  • Roger Cossack: 2003–present (Legal Analyst)
  • Tim Cowlishaw: 2004–present (Around the Horn and NASCAR Now)
  • Jay Crawford: 2003–present (Co-host of Cold Pizza/ESPN First Take and 1st & 10)
  • Steve Cyphers: 1990–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Stacey Dales: 2002–present (Women's and Men's College Basketball)
  • Bob Davie: 2002–present (College Football coverage)
  • Hubert Davis: 2005–present (College GameNight and College Basketball coverage)
  • Rece Davis: 1994–present (SportsCenter, College Gamenight and College Gameday)
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Len Elmore

  • Orestes Destrade: 2005–present (Baseball Tonight and WBC coverage)
  • Mike Ditka: 2004–present (Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown)
  • Tina Dixon: 2006–present (College Football coverage)
  • Colleen Dominguez: 2004–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Jim Durham: 1992–present (NBA coverage)
  • Jimmy Dykes: ?–present (College Basketball coverage)
  • Len Elmore: 1991–present (College GameNight and College Basketball coverage)
  • Dick Enberg: 2004–present (Tennis coverage)
  • Neil Everett: 2000–present (SportsCenter)
  • Robert Flores: 2005-present (SportsCenter, ESPN News)
  • Chris Fowler: 1986–present (College Gameday, Tennis and NASCAR Coverage)
  • Fran Fraschilla: 2004–present (College GameNight and College Basketball coverage)
  • Ron Franklin: 1987–present (College Basketball and Football Coverage)
  • Peter Gammons: 1988–present (Baseball Tonight)
  • Terry Gannon: ?–present (College Basketball and Football coverage)
  • Gary Gerould: 1990–present (Auto Racing Coverage)
  • Pedro Gomez: 2003–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Doug Gottlieb: 2004–present (College GameNight)
  • Mike Golic: 1995–present (NFL Live and Mike & Mike in the Morning)
  • Scott Goodyear: 2001–present (Indy Racing League coverage)
  • Mike Gottfried: 1990–present (College Football coverage)
  • Jim Gray: 1984–present (NBA coverage)
  • Hank Goldberg: 1992–present (Horse Racing and Sportscenter Reporter)
  • Mike Greenberg: 1996–present (SportsCenter and Mike & Mike in the Morning)
  • Jay Harris: 2003–present (ESPNEWS and SportsCenter)
  • Kirk Herbstreit: 1995–present (College Gameday)
  • Orel Hershiser: 2006–present (Baseball Tonight)
  • Fred Hickman: 2004–present (SportsCenter)
  • Merril Hoge: 1996–present (NFL Live and NFL Matchup)
  • Lou Holtz: 2005–present (College GameNight)
  • Bob Holtzman: ?–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Desmond Howard: 2005–present (College GameNight)
  • Tom Jackson: 1987–present (Sunday NFL Countdown, NFL Primetime and Monday Night Countdown)
  • Dana Jacobson: 2002–present (Co-host of Cold Pizza/ESPN First Take and 1st & 10; formerly SportsCenter)
  • Keyshawn Johnson: 2007-present (Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown)
  • Ron Jaworski: 1990–present (Monday Night Countdown, Sunday NFL Countdown and NFL Matchup)
  • Mark Jones: 1990–present (College Basketball, Women's Basketball and Football coverage)
  • Steve "Snapper" Jones: 2004–present (NBA coverage)
  • Eric Karros: 2005–present (Thursday Night Baseball)
  • Andy Katz: 2000–present (college basketball analyst)
  • Brian Kenny: 1997–present (SportsCenter, Friday Night Fights and Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame)
  • Quint Kessenich: 2005–present (college lacrosse and Major League Lacrosse coverage)
  • Mel Kiper, Jr.: 1984–present (NFL Draft coverage)
  • Suzy Kolber: 1993–1996 and 1999–present (Monday Night Football and SportsCenter)
  • Tony Kornheiser: 1997–present (Co-host of Pardon the Interruption, Monday Night Football)
  • John Kruk: 2004–present (Baseball Tonight)
  • Tim Kurkjian: 1998–present (Baseball Tonight)
  • Steve Lavin: 2004–present (College GameNight and college basketball coverage)
  • Tim Legler: 2000–present (NBA Shootaround and NBA Fastbreak)
  • Steve Levy: 1993–present (SportsCenter)
  • Bob Ley: 1979–present (Outside the Lines and SportsCenter)
  • Jackie MacMullan: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
  • Mark May: ?–present (College GameNight)
  • Chris McKendry: 1996–present (SportsCenter and ESPNEWS)
  • Paul Maguire: 1998–present (College Football coverage)
  • Rick Majerus: 2004–present (College GameNight and College Basketball coverage]])
  • Jay Mariotti: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
  • Buck Martinez: 2003–present (MLB coverage)
  • Mike Massaro: 2004–present (NASCAR coverage)
  • Kenny Mayne: 1994–present (Sunday NFL Countdown, SportsCenter, and horse racing coverage)
  • Tim McCormick: ?–present (college basketball coverage)
  • Lon McEachern: 1994–present (World Series of Poker)
  • Patrick McEnroe: 1995–present (Tennis coverage)
  • Barry Melrose: 1995–present (NHL coverage)
  • Gary Miller: 1990–present (SportsCenter and MLB coverage)
  • Jon Miller: 1990–present (Sunday Night Baseball)
  • Adriana Monsalve: 2007-present (ESPN Deportes)
  • Joe Morgan: 1990–present (Sunday Night Baseball)
  • Chris Mortensen: 1991–present (Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Countdown and Sportscenter Reporter)
  • Brent Musburger: 1990–present (College Basketball, NASCAR, and NBA coverage)
  • Kelly Naqi (formerly Kelly Neal): 1987–present (Outside the Lines reporter)
  • Brad Nessler: 1992–present (College Football and Basketball coverage)
  • Rachel Nichols: 2004–present (SportsCenter and E:60 reporter)
  • Andy North: 2004–present (Golf coverage)
  • Dari Nowkhah: 2005–present (ESPNEWS)
  • Wendi Nix: 2006–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Dave O'Brien: 2000–present (Major League Soccer, World Cup Soccer, College Basketball, Football and MLB coverage)
  • Buster Olney: 2003–present (Baseball Tonight)
  • Paul Page (Auto racing coverage)
  • Woody Paige: 2003–present (Around the Horn, Cold Pizza and 1st and 10)
  • Sal Paolantonio: 1995–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Len Pasquarelli: 2001–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Mike Patrick: 1982–present (College Basketball, Baseball, and Football coverage)
  • Kyle Peterson: 2005–present (College Baseball coverage)
  • Digger Phelps: 1993–present (College Gameday and College GameNight)
  • Steve Phillips: 2005–present (Baseball Tonight and MLB coverage)
  • Bill Pidto: 2003–present (ESPNEWS)
  • Bill Plaschke: 2003–present (Around the Horn)
  • Jerry Punch: 1984–present (NASCAR and College Football coverage)
  • Derek Rae: 1994–present (Champions League coverage)
  • Bill Raftery: 1980–present (College Basketball coverage)
  • Karl Ravech: 1993–present (Baseball Tonight and SportsCenter)
  • Tony Reali: 2000–present (Stat Boy on Pardon the Interruption and Host of Around the Horn)
  • Marty Reid: (IRL and NHRA coverage)
  • Tom Rinaldi: 2003–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Jim Rome: 2003–present (Jim Rome Is Burning)
  • Jalen Rose: 2007-present (NBA coverage)
  • Holly Rowe: 1997–present (College Basketball and Football coverage)
  • Bob Ryan: 1993–present (The Sports Reporters and Around the Horn)
  • Bill Simmons 2001–Present ESPN.com
  • Sean Salisbury: 1997–present (NFL Live)
  • Lisa Salters: 2000–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • John Saunders: 1986–present (Host of The Sports Reporters; former host of NBA Shootaround)
  • Dan "The Voice" Scandalito: 1999-Present (Sportscenter Reporter)
  • Jeremy Schaap: 1996–present (Outside the Lines host; SportsCenter and E:60 reporter)
  • Joe Schad: 2005–present (College Football coverage)
  • Mark Schlereth: 2002–present (NFL Live)
  • Howie Schwab: 1987–present (Stump the Schwab)
  • Mark Schwarz: ?–present (Outside the Lines)
  • Stuart Scott: 1993–present (SportsCenter, host of Monday Night Countdown, Teammates, Dream Job and Stump the Schwab)
  • Dan Shulman: 1995–present (MLB and college basketball play-by-play announcer)
  • Paul Silas: 2005–present (NBA Fastbreak)
  • George Smith: ?–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Michael Smith: 2003–present (Around the Horn, NFL Live, and E:60)
  • Shelley Smith: 1997–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Stephen A. Smith: 2003–present (NBA Shootaround and Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith)
  • Tommy Smyth: 1993–present (Champions League and Major League Soccer coverage)
  • Shannon Spake: 2007-present (NASCAR Beat Reporter)
  • Chris Spielman: 2001–present (College Football coverage)
  • Jayson Stark: 1999–present (Baseball Tonight)
  • Sage Steele: 2007-present (SportsCenter and ESPN First Take)
  • Marc Stein: 2002–present (NBA Fastbreak)
  • J.W. Stewart: 2000–present (ESPNEWS)
  • Rob Stone: 1997–present (Major League Soccer)
  • Steve Stone (MLB Coverage)
  • Rick Sutcliffe: 2002–present (MLB coverage)
  • Michele Tafoya: 2000–present (Monday Night Football)
  • Gary Thorne: 1992–present (Play-by-play announcer for various sporting events)
  • Mike Tirico: 1991–present (College Football, Golf Coverage and Monday Night Football)
  • Tom Tolbert: 2002–present (NBA coverage)
  • Bob Valvano: 1998–present (College Basketball coverage)
  • Scott Van Pelt: 2001–present (SportsCenter and Golf Coverage)
  • Stan Verrett: 2000–present (SportsCenter and ESPNEWS)
  • Dick Vitale: 1979–present (College Basketball Coverage)
  • Rusty Wallace: 2006–present (Auto racing coverage)
  • Bill Walton: 2002–present (NBA coverage)
  • Pam Ward: 1996–present (College Football and Women Basketball Coverage)
  • Ed Werder: 1998–present (SportsCenter Reporter)
  • Michael Wilbon: 2001–present (Co-host of Pardon the Interruption)
  • Jason Williams: 2005–present (College Basketball coverage)
  • Matt Winer: 2001–present (SportsCenter and NBA Fastbreak)
  • Trey Wingo: 1997–present (SportsCenter and NFL Live)
  • Gene Wojciechowski: 1992–present (Around the Horn)
  • Darren Woodson: 2005–present (NFL Live)
  • Eric Wynalda: 2003–present (MLS and World Cup)

Past ESPN personalities[]

  • Bill Adam: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • David Aldridge: (NBA Shootaround)
  • James Allen: (Formula One coverage)
  • Thea Andrews: 2002–2006 (Cold Pizza and ESPN Hollywood)
  • Jill Arrington: (college football sideline reporter)
  • Jon Beekhuis: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Dick Berggren: (Auto racing coverage)
  • Joe Beninati: (NHL coverage)
  • John Bisignano: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Tom Blackaller: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Michelle Bonner: 2005–present (ESPNEWS, SportsCenter and ESPN First Take)
  • Larry Bowa: (Baseball Tonight)
  • Jeff Brantley: (Baseball Tonight)
  • Dave Campbell: (MLB coverage)
  • Bill Clement: (NHL coverage)
  • Kevin Corke: (SportsCenter)
  • Derek Daly: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • John Davidson: (NHL coverage)
  • Rick DeBruhl: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Dave Despain: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Rob Dibble: (MLB coverage)
  • Chris Economaki: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Jack Edwards: (NHL coverage)
  • Rich Eisen: (SportsCenter)
  • Mike Emrick: (NHL coverage)
  • Brian Engblom: (NHL coverage)
  • Ray Ferraro: (NHL coverage)
  • Roy Firestone: (Up Close)
  • Alex Flanagan: 1998–2006 (SportsCenter reporter, College Football coverage)
  • Bruce Flanders: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Kevin Frazier: (SportsCenter)
  • Gayle Gardner: (SportsCenter)
  • Jerry Garrett: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • George Grande: (SportsCenter)
  • Greg Gumbel: (SportsCenter)
  • Tony Gwynn: (MLB coverage)
  • Mike Hall: 2004–2007 (ESPNU)
  • Todd Harris (IRL coverage)
  • Kathleen Hessert: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • David Hobbs: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Guy Hobbs: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Kit Hoover: (Cold Pizza)
  • Michael Irvin: 2003–2006 (Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown)
  • Jason Jackson (NBA 2Night)
  • Ned Jarrett (Auto racing coverage)
  • Bob Jenkins (Auto racing coverage)
  • Parker Johnstone: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Mike Joy (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Adrian Karsten (College football sideline reporter)
  • Max Kellerman: (Around the Horn, Boxing analyst)
  • Ron Kendrick: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Craig Kilborn (SportsCenter)
  • Ray Knight: (MLB coverage)
  • Andrea Kremer: (SportsCenter, NFL Countdown)
  • Bill Laimbeer: (NBA Shootaround)
  • Matt Lauer (NHL coverage)
  • Gary Lee: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Rush Limbaugh: (NFL Countdown)
  • Mario Lopez: (ESPN Hollywood)
  • Lee Leonard: (SportsCenter)
  • Mike Macfarlane: (Baseball Tonight)
  • Dave Marash: (Baseball Tonight)
  • Tino Martinez: (Baseball Tonight)
  • Mark Malone: (SportsCenter)
  • Leslie Maxie: (Cold Pizza)
  • Chris McClure: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Tom Mees: (NHL coverage)
  • Gary Miller: (MLB coverage)
  • Anne Montgomery: (SportsCenter, aka Sports Recap)
  • Al Morganti: (NHL coverage)
  • Chris Myers: (SportsCenter)
  • Larry Nuber (Auto racing coverage)
  • Keith Olbermann: (SportsCenter)
  • Ed Olczyk: (NHL coverage)
  • Dr. Johnathan Palmer: (Formula One coverage)
  • Lou Palmer: (SportsCenter)
  • Darren Pang: (NHL coverage)
  • Benny Parsons: (Auto racing coverage)
  • Pat Patterson: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Dan Patrick: (Host of NBA Shootaround; formerly SportsCenter)
  • Rick Peckham: (NHL coverage)
  • Sam Posey: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Daryl Reaugh: (NHL coverage)
  • Dave Revsine: 2002–2007 (College GameNight and SportsCenter)
  • Harold Reynolds: (Baseball Tonight and College Baseball coverage)
  • Jimmy Roberts: (SportsCenter)
  • Robin Roberts: (SportsCenter)
  • Sam Rosen: (NHL coverage)
  • Betsy Ross: (SportsCenter)
  • Karie Ross: (SportsCenter)
  • Sam Ryan: (Sunday Night Baseball, NHL coverage)
  • Dick Schaap (The Sports Reporters)
  • Sterling Sharpe: (NFL coverage)
  • Ralph Sheheen: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Buck Showalter: (Baseball Tonight)
  • Neil Smith: (NHL coverage)
  • Sharon Smith: (SportsCenter)
  • Ken Squier: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Lyn St. James: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Melissa Stark: (NFL coverage, NHL coverage)
  • Charley Steiner: (MLB coverage)
  • Jackie Stewart: (Formula One coverage)
  • Dave Strader: (NHL coverage)
  • David Sullivan: (SportsCenter)
  • Christopher Tate: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Joe Theismann: 1987–2007 (NFL coverage)
  • Bobby Unser: (Auto racing coverage)
  • Bobby Valentine: (MLB coverage)
  • Bob Varsha: (Auto Racing coverage)
  • Bill Weber (Auto racing coverage)

See also[]

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