John Kincade is an American personality who has gained huge fame because of his sports talk show host based in Philadelphia. He is also the host of the new morning show on 97.5 The Fanatic, which further set a competition for his former mentor Angelo Cataldi on 94.1 WIP. Currently, he has been heard nationally as a Sunday morning host on CBS Sports Radio of the famous morning show “The JK Show”.
John Kincade was born and raised in Broomall, Pennsylvania, the United States. He was brought up by his parents whose details have not been disclosed yet. The same has been with the information of his siblings and parents’ life. John’s exact date of birth is not known but it is confirmed that he is living in his early 50s. John is a two-time cancer survivor who has done his graduation from the School of Communications at Temple University. He has originally done his high school at Cardinal O’Hara High School, Broomall, Pennsylvania. He received his graduation degree in 1982 after having a course of study for four years. Later he joined Temple University in 1983 from where he earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Radio and Television.
John Kincade Career
Before working as a sports talk show, John formerly co-hosted lunchtime Noon-3pm show named Buck and Kincade. He used to host the show with the graduate of the University of Georgia and the national championship quarterback player named Buck Belue. The duo remained together for the sake of work since September 2000 and counted together for more than 3,000 shows. They together made the show the second longest-running radio show in the Atlanta market. Previously, Kincade worked as the sports show host on WQXI (AM) 790 The Zone in Atlanta. He was also the contributor to the famous morning show WIP that he hosted with Angelo Cataldi from 1992 to 1994. John previously hosted the show “The John Kincade” on ESPN Radio but soon his contract ended and he moved to CBS Sports Radio.
While he was working with ESPN, he served to be the fill-in host on the show “The Herd” and other programs. John also hosted some other famous and best-known shows called “Climate Change Denier Hour”. He also worked as the Rinkside reporter of SportSouth for all home games and also served as the radio anchor of the famous show of his time called Final Four that covered Atlanta in 2007 for the network. Kincade also appeared on the ESPN classic programs and ESPN News. He hosted a few of the network’s famous shows like Missing Link, Classic Now, and Hot List. Kincade also hosted the “Strike Out Leukemia and Lymphoma Radiothon” show on 680 The Fan for which he helped the network to raise over $112,000 annually and within eight years the event raised over $700,000.
John Kincade Biography
|Real Name||John Kincade|
|Age (as of 2021)||56 Years|
|Birth Place||Broomall, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Profession||Sports Talk Show Host|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 8” – in Centimeters – 172.5 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 89 kg – in Pounds – 196 lbs|
|Shoe Size||9 (U.S.)|
|Who is his wife?||Cristina Kincade|
John who is living in his early 50s is a married man. He is happily married to his loving wife named Cristina. They together share a daughter. John often seems to talk about his wife and his daughter in the shows and other events describing how they usually prepare for the event and other things.
John Kincade Net Worth
Although John Kincade has not personally confirmed his salary, we estimated that the average salary of the sports talk show host in the United States ranges from $33,000 to $112,000. The figure substantially differs based on the seniority of the employee. Moreover, Kincade earns an average net worth between $100 thousand and $1 million. He is assumed to attract good fortune because of his hosting work. Though he is a kind of reserved personality when it comes to his life or personal details, he is known to be a legend of sports talk shows. He has been leading a moderate lifestyle along with his down-to-earth attire and style.
- Kincade was featured in the magazine Cigar Aficionado where he was recognized as one of the top talented personalities hosting the American sports talk radio.
- Other awards that he gained for his work were Hank Goldberg of WQAM, Glenn Ordway of WEEI-FM, and Tom Tolbert of KNBR.
- Since 2015, he has been working with “The Big Podcast” starring the NBA legends and other famous personalities like basketball hall of fame named Shaquille O’Neal.