Dan Le Batard Hiding Wife Or Isn't Married At All? Only Has Professional Life To Talk About?
After being a media personality, there will be a lot of things people often want to know about particular people. That can be both personal and private. One of such personalities is sportsperson Dan Le Batard, who has been working on and off screen for awhile. People are often curious about the relationship status of Dan that includes the information about his married life as well.
Dan Le Batard has a lot to share when it comes to his professional life, but what does he have to share when it comes to opening up about his personal life? Let's find out!
Dan's Relationship Status: Has A Wife Or A Girlfriend?
Dan Le Batard caught the eyes of many after he worked for ESPN and his hometown paper, “Miami Herald.” He has worked as sportswriter, radio host and television reporter.
The 48 years old TV personality’s personal life has always been the most questioned one. People want to know whether he has a wife or he hasn’t got married yet? And the answer to that question is a big “No.”
The Miami native is not so open about his personal life. But so far he is still an eligible bachelor and is supposedly single.
Dan Le Batard hasn't got much to say about his personal life, but just the opposite is the case when it comes to his professional life.
Dan’s Skilled And Professional Life:
Born on December 16, 1968, Dan Le Batard started his career soon after he got his Bachelor degree in Journalism and Politics in 1990. He then began working in the hometown newspaper “Miami Herald.”
Further, Dan has also worked in the various shows on ESPN. He co-hosts daily sports talk television show "Highly Questionable" with "a controversy magnet" Bomani Jones and Gonzalo Le Batard.
The New Jersey native who has guest starred in several shows and also hosted a Radio show on ESPN Radio is used to getting in controversies time and again. And the reason that gets Dan Le Batard in a troublesome scenario is his controversial comments regarding race.
Caption: Dan Le Batard talks about the adjective given to him "accused racist". (Published on Feb 27, 2017)
Lately, he got into some controversies after making some unusual comments. Le Batard said,
"There are more minorities on ESPN with strong voices than at any time in the history of the company. That has evidently made some people bothered."
He further explained,
"I'm not saying if you don't like us, that makes you racist. I am saying that it is unusual, suspicious, weird, that so many of the people who want us fired tend to be white and so many of the people you want fired from ESPN tend to be the minorities who come with voices now that they haven't had before."
Le Batard went on to discuss the recent announcement regarding that Beth Mowins would become the very first woman to call an NFL game after three decades. He said,
"You're allowed to not like it. You're allowed to not want a woman to talk her sports with you. You're allowed to find it weird. But the thing that is actually weird is that in 2017, this is still something you notice, when a woman is doing [an NFL] game. And if ESPN is forcing that agenda down your throats, why is that bad? Like, I ask you genuinely curious. Why would that be bad if ESPN says, 'You know what, we are going to rectify what has been for a long time, a mathematical, lopsided, stats game'?"”
After all those controversial comments, Dan Le Batard has been on his way to heighten up his career.
All his work in television, radio, and newspaper must have helped him a get a handsome salary and that helped him a lot to make an impressive amount of net worth of $1 million.