|Full Name||Stephen A. Smith|
|Birth City||New York|
|Filmography||I Think I Love My Wife|
|Education||Thomas Edison High School, Winston-Salem State University|
|Date of Birth||October 14,1967|
Stephen A. Smith is famous for his super rude cut chest and straight forward criticisms; he makes over athletes in his show on ESPN. He is a renowned TV personality serving as a commentator in ESPN's famous show "First Take."
Stephen also has hosted numerous TV and radio shows and is also the columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, EPNNY.com, and several other sports sites.
Stephen A. Smith is famous as the host of ESPN Network's popular show "First Take."
Many people also recognize him as a columnist of ESPN.com and EPNNY.com. Smith is also famous on Instagram and has over 2.6 million followers.
Stephen A. Smith was born on October 14, 1967, in New York, and he is currently 52 years old. Likewise, he belongs to Afro-American ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Stephens is Janet Smith's son, and he has four elder sisters and a younger brother. His younger brother Basil died in a car crash in 1992.
Furthermore, he has a half-brother from his father's side. His maternal grandmother was white, but the rest of his grandparents were black.
Stephen studied at Thomas Edison High School and later moved to the Fashion Institute of technology. While in school, he played Basketball and also had a basketball scholarship for attending Winston-Salem State University.
While he was in college, he played Basketball for Clarence Gaines, and he also was a member of Omega psi Phi Fraternity in Winston-Salem.
At the beginning of his career, Stephen used to work in the Winston-Salem Journal and also for several other news agencies. He also worked as a writer in The Philadephia Inquirer in 1994. Later, he joined The Philadelphia 76ers as an NBA columnist but was first demoted from The Inquirer; he, however, got re-hired by the Inquirer in 2010.
Stephen also worked as a radio host in 2005, and after two years, he started broadcasting for ESPN radio and was featured on TV and left the show in 2008.
Around the same time, he also worked for CNN/SI, and in 2005, he hosted the show called "Quite Frankly with Stephen A.Smith." He has also made his appearance in other shows like "Pardon the Interruption," "Dream Job," "Sportscenter," etc.
After that, he joined Fox Sports Radio and hosted Fox Sports's morning show as a regular for the Fox Sports Radio's NBA Insider.
Stephen then hosted two shows on ESPN radio, and after leaving ESPN, he joined Sirius XM radio in 2013, but in 2017, he returned to ESPN and continued announcing for WEPN and currently hosts a show "First Take."
Stephen also appeared on General Hospital as an actor in 2007. Then he appeared in a movie named "I Think I Love My Wife" as Allan. Likewise, he is still hosting ESPN Network's First Take.
Recently, Smith has said that he is not happy with the return of Steph Curry's return to the Warriors. Smith feated that Curry can possibly get injured again; despite identifying him as the best shooter, he was pretty vocal about his return in the scene.
Smith openly said that Warriors have a chance to win Western Conference finals in the next season, he also said Steph and Klay Thompson should return, in the upcoming season only, that's how he will be assured they are fully healthy.
He also was tangled in a controversy with the UFC commentator Joe Rogan, as they have been butting heads over Smith's comments on Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone during UFC 246 broadcast.
Stephen said, "Cowboy quit the fight, but Rogan said he didn't stop, he got smashed. UFC Star Conor McGregor also responded to him and told him to apologize. Then in Joe Rogan's Podcast, he brought up Stephen's video and made di** jokes on him on a live podcast, to which Stephen made a video threatening Joe to punch him in his face.
Stephen A. Smith's estimated net worth is around $12 million, as of 2020, earned as a host of several public radios and TV shows.
Stephen owns a Grey Mercedez-Benz bought from his earnings. As of 2020, he is reportedly earning around $4 million per year from ESPN.
Stephen has kept his personal life information away from the media. He reportedly has talked about his former partner in several instances but hasn't revealed the details about his ex-fiancee. However, Smith has shown that he has two daughters with his former partner.
Though he hasn't outed any details about his daughters, he has said that his daughters are one year apart in age.
|Name||Stephen A. Smith|
|DOB||October 14, 1967|
When was Stephen A. Smith born?
Stephen A. Smith was born on October 14, 1967, and is currently 52 years old.
What is Stephen A. Smith's net worth?
Stephen A. Smith's estimated net worth is around $12 million as of 2020.
What movie is Stephen A. Smith in?
Stephen A. Smith made her appearance in a movie called "I Think I Love My Wife" as Allan.
Which is Stephen A. Smith's first series?
Stephen A. Smith made his appearance as an actor in his first series, "General Hospital."
What is the height and weight of Stephen A. Smith?
Stephen A. Smith is 185 cm tall and weighs around 136.66 lbs / 62 kgs.