American sports journalist and comedian Kenny Mayne has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Born in Kent, Washington in September 1959. He is widely recognized for hosting the series Kenny Mayne’s Wider World of Sports on ESPN as well as for his contributions to the television series Sunday NFL Countdown. Back to his time as a student, Mayne played the quarterback role at Wenatchee Valley College where he got honorable mention junior college All-American status in 1978. He was also the reserved quarterback to Randall Cunningham at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the institution from which he earned his broadcasting degree before going on to sign a Bosman deal with the Seattle Seahawks. Mayne then served as a reporter in Las Vegas prior to his move to Seattle, Washington. In 1994 he landed his first work at ESPN and made his debut hosting SportSmash. He also served as the co-anchor of the 11PM SportsCenter for which he worked two years, and in 2013 he made a return to SportsCenter penning a deal to anchor 70 episodes and hosting 10 specials per year for the entire 2015. Meanwhile, Mayne was the author of the 2008 book An Incomplete And Inaccurate History of Sport.