- Bonnie Bernstein
- Brooklyn New York
- United States
- Sports Reporter
- Smoking hot for her age looks better then 20 year olds.
- Prefers men in their 20's or younger Male relatives
Bonnie Bernstein Introduction
Bonnie Bernstein had the distinct pleasure to be working Super Bowl XXXVIII (that's 38, for all the idiots out there) when Justin Timberlake exposed Janet Jackson's boob to the world during the half time show. No one even remembers who played that day, nor do we care.
Bonnie Bernstein Life Story
Bonnie Bernstein was born on August 16, 1970 in Brooklyn New York. She grew up in Howell Township, New Jersey and went on to attend the University of Maryland, College Park, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, after being a four-time Academic All-American in Gymnastics. A gymnast and she's into sports? We're speechless.
She has worked for various radio and television channels: Before her first network job at ESPN, she was the weekday sports anchor at NBC affiliates KRNV-TV and KRNV in Reno, Nevada. Prior to working in Nevada she was the weekend news anchor in Salisbury, Maryland at ABC's WMDT-TV. She began her career in broadcasting as the news and sports director of WXJN-FM radio in Lewes, Delaware. The chick gets around. In 1995 she became a correspondent for ESPN's "SportsCenter" in Bristol, Connecticut; and in 1998 moved to CBS, where she has mostly covered NFL football games and interviewed players and coaches. She has covered five Super Bowls; the NBA Finals, Major League Baseball playoffs, the US Open, NCAA men's and women's basketball games and the NCAA Women's Gymnastics Championships; hosted several half time shows; and worked as a reporter at CBS' "NFL Today" show. She really is the perfect chick...and did we mention she's a gymnast?
In January 2006, she left CBS to pursue other broadcasting opportunities and develop Velvet Hammer Media, a company that helps aspiring or working journalists move up to the next level in their careers. On July 2, 2006, Bonnie rejoined ESPN as a dugout level reporter for "Sunday Night Baseball" on ESPN. However, on November 18, 2006, Bernstein joined the ESPN on ABC play-by-play team of Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Bob Davie, and Lisa Salters for the telecast of the game between Michigan and Ohio State, and on January 1, 2007 for the telecast of the Rose Bowl between Michigan and The University of Southern California after working with Nessler, Griese, and Maguire on the ESPN telecast of the Champs Sports Bowl between Maryland and Purdue University on December 29, 2006. It's too bad she can't seem to get a good sports gig. What a sexist business!