Steve Bunin Bio, Age, Wife, KING-TV, Family, Height, Salary and Net Worth

Steve Bunin

Steve Bunin Biography and Wiki

Steve Bunin is a well-known American news journalist working as a news anchor for KING-TV. Before joining KING-TV, he worked as a sports anchor at five local stations.

Steve Bunin’s Age and Birthday

Steve was born on February 20, 1974, in Seattle, Washington, He is 49 years old as of 2023. He celebrates his birthday on the 20th of February every year and his zodiac sign is Pisces.

Steve Bunin Height and Weight

Steve stands at an average height of 5 feet 9  inches with an approximate weight of 57 kg (125 Pounds).

Steve Bunin Education

She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1996 from Syracuse University, a private research university in Syracuse, New York.

Steve Bunin Family

Bunin grew up in the United States of America, He has not revealed any information on her family or his parents.  It’s therefore not clear if he has any siblings. Further details regarding his family background will be updated soon when disclosed.

Steve Bunin
Steve Bunin

Steve Bunin’s Wife | Is He Married?

Steve is married to a beautiful lady called Viviane Bunin, they have been blessed with a beautiful daughter called Gabriela. They live happily together in the United States of America.

Steve Bunin’s Salary and Net Worth

Steve probably receives around $68,000 as a news reporter, He also has a net worth of $300,000 as of 2023 from his successful career. The average salary of a news journalist in the United States ranges from around $36,000-$90,000.

Steve Bunin KING-TV News

He worked for ESPN from 2003 until 2021, hosting a variety of shows such as Outside The Lines, SportsCenter, and College Football Live. He also hosted Baseball Tonight, NFL Live, Sports Reporters, ESPN Radio, and a variety of Collegiate and professional sports events on ESPN and ESPN2.


Steve joined KING-TV in 2017 and was nominated for a Regional Emmy for Outstanding News Anchor in each of his first four years there, eventually winning in 2021. In 1998, the Arizona Associated Press named him Outstanding TV Sportscaster and Best TV Sports Coverage. The Michigan Associated Press honored him as Outstanding TV Sportscast in 2000.

In 2010, he became the first ESPN anchor to receive the prestigious “Game Ball” award for a character. In 2012, he received the President’s Volunteer Service Award from Barack Obama for his volunteer activities, mostly with at-risk adolescents.

From 2012 until 2014, he was the primary anchor for Comcast SportsNet Houston, before the network went bankrupt. In each of his years at the network, he was nominated for a Texas Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Anchor, and he won an Emmy for his 2014 interview with Carl Lewis. He co-hosted the ESPN Radio KFNC Houston noon program and the SB Nation Radio national prime-time show with Sean Salisbury from 2015 to 2016.

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