Will Cain Wiki: Age, Married, Wife, Family, Education, Net Worth, Show
|Date of Birth||March 28, 1975|
|Age||46 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||Not Disclosed|
|Children/Kids||West & Charlie (Son)|
|Height||6 feet 3 inches|
|Education||Pepperdine University, University of Texas School of Law|
Conservative political analyst Will Cain is the host of Will Cain Show which broadcasts on ESPN radio. He is known for his thought-provoking interviews with prominent sports figures on the show. He worked at ESPN sports before joining CNN. He has also been working at CNN as a contributor since March 2015. Folio magazine named him one of the “40 Most Influential People in the magazine Industry” in 2007 for his work with Quince Media.
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Will Cain is married to beautiful Kathleen Clain. He regards his marriage with his wife as the best thing that has ever happened to him. The dynamic duo is parents to two sons, Charlie and West.
Will is close to his family of four. His family members often feature on his Instagram. Will is also a proud and concerned parent to his sons. On 14th October 2014, the sports commentator apologized to his son for making him a sports fan.
The CNN contributor feels proud of his wife, who ran TCS NYC Marathon for Team DEBRA. He gushed in one of his tweets in November 2014 that he was proud of his wife because of her contributing work to people.
Will Cain attends a football game with his wife Kathleen on February 26, 2015 (Photo: Instagram)
The couple dated a bit in college in California before they parted their ways. He was not mature enough at the time, and Kathleen found a new boyfriend in an Olympic Volleyball player. However, they met each other after five years and started dating again.
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How Will Cain Amassed His Net Worth?
Popular sports broadcaster Will Cain has accumulated his net worth through sales of his companies, journalism and media career. His job at ESPN as a radio host has increased his fortune. He hosts the famous Will Cain Show, which debuted on January 2, 2018, on ESPN Radio. He worked with ESPN's Features Unit and E:60 before joining the ESPN radio show.
As per Payscale, employees at ESPN Radio earns an average salary of $50, 748 per year. Given Cain is the reputed host of the famous show, he likely enjoys a lofty salary and astounding incentives.
Before starting his television career, he made big money trading the respective digital and print media companies: Quince Media and Cain Communications. Since 2015, he has also been earning remarkable revenue as a contributor, working for various ESPN projects. He enjoyed lucrative earnings as a political analyst for The Blaze and CNN before officially joining the network in 2015.
Cain joined ESPN in March 2015 as a contributor after his CNN and The Blaze stints. At ESPN, he has filled in for various ESPN radio personalities and written various sports-related articles for ESPN.com. He has also served as a contributor to the National Review.
As a political analyst for CNN, he co-hosted shows like Starting Point and In the Arena. He also hosted Real News, Cain and Cupp, and The Cain Conversation for The Blaze, also as a political analyst. During his time with The Blaze, his documentary mini-series Alise vs. the Mayor in 2014 exposed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's attempts to curb charter schools.
Will got involved with Cain Communication to assist his younger brother when their father died in 2001. His success in Cain Communications placed him among the Texas Press Association's 20 under 40 back then.
Will Calls Cowboys Leadership 'Losers' After They Lost Against the Houston Texans
On the Sunday game of 6 October 2018, The Dallas Cowboys lost against the Houston Texans. The loss of the Cowboys badly worn ESPN's Will Cain and he reportedly called the leadership "Losers." As confirmed by 247sports.com, he told that they had the chance to win but they lose the game because of the poor game-management. He stated,
"This coach played to lose or to avoid losing at best. Not to win the game"
He said that Jason Garrett, the head coach, made the wrong choice that let Cowboys face a fourth-and-one at Houston's 42 yard-line. Additionally, Will called the team losers. He continued,
"They won. Winners win. Losers try to avoid losing. This is what the Cowboys have running it right now, losers."
Will Cain was born in Sherman, Texas on 28 March 1975. As per wiki, he holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. He graduated from the Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. He extended his education earning J.D from the reputed University of Texas School of Law. He is a licensed attorney.