Will Cain Biography
Will Cain is an American columnist, conservative political analyst, and sports commentator and a licensed attorney born on 28th March 1975 in U.S. He is the host of ‘The Will Cain Show’ on ESPN Radio and a co-host of ‘First Take’. He also broadcasts the ESPN News from 3-6 pm ET.
Cain has served in many platforms as a contributor such as the National Review, ABC’s The View as a guest host and MSNBC’s ‘Way Too Early’. He has also appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher and on Fox News.
Will Cain Age
Will was born on 28th March 1975 (43 years as of 2018)
Will Cain Wife
Will is married to Kathleen, they began dating while in college in California. In 2015 during an interview with espnfrontrow he said that the best thing he had ever accomplished in his life was marrying his wife.
Will doesn’t share a lot on social media about his family but in 2014 he shared that his wife ran TCS NYC Marathon, which was held to fight the worst disease for team DEBRA
Will Cain Children
Will has two children Charlie and West. In 2015 on his Instagram page he posted a picture of his kid captioning that he was forcing them to grow up to be cowboys.
Will Cain Salary and Net worth
Cain keeps his life very private and has not made his salary and net worth public.
Will attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and later joined the University Of Texas School Of Law and is a licensed attorney in Texas.
Will Cain Career
Will Cain began his career on CNN and later on The Blaze as political analyst. At Cnn he co- hosted ‘Starting Point’ with Soledad O’Brien and ‘In the Arena’ with Eliot Spitzer. At The Blaze he hosted Real News, Cain and Cupp, and The Cain Conversation (2015), presenting the day’s most influential leaders in business (Gary Vaynerchuck), news (Geraldo Rivera), film (Paul Sorvino), and music (Markey Ramone, Charlie Daniels) through a series of intimate, in-depth hour-long interviews.
In 2014 he produced a mini series documentary ‘Alise vs. the Mayor’, exposing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempts to curb charter schools.
Will Cain ESPN
In March 2015 he joined ESPN as a contributor on various platforms but primarily with ESPN’s Features Unit and E:60, many of his reports include written companion pieces for ESPN The Magazine or ESPN.com, and appearances on ESPN Radio programming. He is also a contributor on ESPN debate shows such as ‘First Take’ and ‘His & Hers’.
Cain bought and financed two digital and print media companies, Quince Media, a Hispanic media company, and Cain Communications, a community newspaper group publishing newspapers and websites in four communities outside of Dallas which he later sold.
In 2007 he was listed as one of the “40 Most Influential People in the Magazine Industry” by Folio due to his work with Quince Media. He was also listed among the Texas Press Association’s “20 Under 40” due to his acquisition and expansion of Cain Communications.