Elliotte Friedman

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Elliotte Friedman

Elliotte Friedman

Elliotte Friedman- Biography

A Canadian sports journalist Elliotte Friedman is a hockey reporter for Sportsnet. He is also an insider for The NHL Network. Furthermore, he is a regular member of the CBC Hockey Night in Canada co-hosting with Ron MacLean, Nick Kypreos, and Kelly Hrudey.

What is the Net Worth of Elliotte Friedman? Salary, Earnings

As of 2020, the Canadian anchor salary is $200,000 from his career with TSN and NHL Network. The net worth of Elliotte is estimated to be USD 500,000.

According to sources, the salary of sports journalists is estimated from $18,000 and $100,500. If we compare, Friedman has decent earnings and is living a luxurious life.

Elliotte Friedman- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Education

Elliotte Friedman was born on September 27, 1970, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This Canadian Reporter was raised in Toronto by his parents whose identity is unknown to the public. He belongs to the white ethnicity and his star sign is Libra.

Talking about his educational background, he joined Western Ontario University, but unfortunately, he didn’t graduate. But during his university days, he worked as a sports editor-in-chief for the student newspaper “The Gazette” in the years 1992- to 1993.

Quick Facts

Full Name Elliotte Friedman
Date of Birth September 27, 1970
Birth Place Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Age 49 years old
Nationality Canadian
Profession Sports Journalist, Sportscaster
Height N/A
Weight N/A
Net Worth USD 500,000
Salary USD 200,000
Twitter 512.9k followers
Instagram 5k followers
Wife Steph Friedman

Elliotte Relationship, Married Life

Elliotte Friedman is a married man. He got married to his wife Steph Friedman on 3rd September 2009. Furthermore, there is not much information regarding his wife Steph.

On their first wedding anniversary in 2010, Elliotte and his spouse, who is not a golf lover flew to Crescent City in California. The couple celebrated at Pebble Beach.

Elliotte’s – Professional Career

The start of Friedman’s broadcasting career began in 1994 for the Toronto sports radio station, The Fan 590. He did play-by-play for the Toronto Raptors games on the radio as well as on television.

By 1998, he started reporting on the Toronto Blue Jays games. Before joining CBC sports, Friedman worked shortly for The Score network in 2003. At CBC, Friedman started working as a Hockey Night reporter, as well as the studio host for two seasons of the CFL (Canadian Football League). He also covered CBC’s Olympic Games and some Toronto Raptors.

Friedman participated as a commentator in the Summer Olympics in 2016 to replace Steve Armitage during the CBC coverage of diving and swimming events.

In 2016, Friedman received huge international attention on this particular day, “August 11” after making a mistake in his commentary on the finals of the 200-meter Men’s medley. Friedman declared Ryan Lochte, a U.S. swimmer as a winner when the actual winner was his rival, Michael Phelps.

Social Media

Elliotte is currently active on Twitter and Instagram. His official Twitter account holds 512.9k followers while his official Instagram has 5k followers.

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