Recently, rumors have been swirling up on the web that the industry's most eligible bachelor, Keith is all set to get married. An American sports and political commentator and writer who is widely known as former host of Countdown with Keith Olbermann, which aired on MSNBC.He is a son to Marie Katherine and Theodore Olbermann. When he was young he was avid fan of baseball and basketball.He holds degree of BS in communication from Cornell's School of Agriculture and Life Sciences.Having been associated with several Television networks like ESPN, TSN, TBS, MSNBC and many others, he was hosting his own show Olbermann on ESPN2 and well as Major League Baseball postseason coverage with TBS, until the July of 2015.He is one of the most watched and preferred sports commentator as well as a political critic and has developed quite a reputation for himself in his work span of almost 35 years.
He also began to comment about the games and before graduating school had started as an anchor for the WHTR.Olbermann has dedicated his entire career on sports and political journalism and hence is honored and respected to the great extent by the entire fraternity. All this time, we all thought that the former CNN sports correspondent, Keith is now finally ready to walk down the aisle with the one he loves, but these were all just hearsays and Keith is still our favorite and one of the most desirable bachelors.As exclusive as he seems on the television, his personal life is pretty mysterious and only little is known about his relationships and dating history. Keith Olbermann in a photoshoot, Source: Muzul However, the so-called liberal host, Olbermann has still not denied the rumors.He was born as the elder of two children into a middle-class family where his father Theodore Olbermann worked as an architect and his mother Marie Katherine was a school teacher for kindergarten kids.Keith and his sister Jenna grew up together in their house in Westchester County and went to the same school, which was Hackley School.
He started his career as reporter for the RKO Radio Network from where he covered 1980 Winter Olympics at Lake Placid.