He was suspended from the ESPN show Pardon the Interruption for two weeks in February 2010, following "degrading" remarks he made about SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm's wardrobe.
Tony attended Camp Keeyumah, a summer camp, where one of the counselors was famed NBA coach Larry Brown. The two have remained friends.
Tony attended Hewlett High School.
Tony named his son Michael after The Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger. He also often jokes that he wanted to name his son Budweiser Kornheiser.
Tony authored the book The Baby Chase.
Tony was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1997.
Tony wrote the column "Parting Shots" for ESPN the Magazine from 1998-2000.
Tony would ban people from calling into his radio show for asking absurd questions. He even had a sound clip of former ESPN anchor Charley Steiner proclaiming them banned from The Tony Kornheiser Show.
Tony was originally a finalist for Monday Night Football in 1999. The job eventually went to Dennis Miller.
Tony had a special version of his e-mail jingle for his radio show recorded by Hootie and the Blowfish.
The last show of The Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN Radio was on March 26, 2004.
Tony revealed that he had skin cancer on The Dan Patrick Show in August of 2006, and that he had received treatment.
Tony has accused Dennis Miller of stealing an idea of his, which was having a chimpanzee on Pardon the Interruption. During Dennis Miller's show on CNBC he would have a chimp bring him random items.
Tony is a panelist on Full Court Press on WRC-TV in Washington, D.C.
Tony's nicknames are Mr. Tony and Satchmo. Mr. Tony is self explanatory, when people e-mailed into his radio show the would start off "Mr. Tony". Satchmo came from him wanting a better nickname, and the listeners obliged, even sending him in golf balls with "Satchmo" written on them.
Tony wanted actor Paul Giamatti to play "Tony Kleinman" on Listen Up.
Tony has a dog, a Brittany Spaniel, named Maggie.
Was added to the ESPN Monday Night Football Broadcast Crew in 2006.
Kornheiser helped in the creation for the television series Listen Up with his life being its inspiration.
Kornheiser authored the book Back for More Cash.
Kornheiser authored the book Bald as I Wanna Be.
Kornheiser authored the book Pumping Irony.
Tony Kornheiser joined ESPN in November 1997.
Tony currently has a radio show on WTEM out of Washington, D.C., which is carried by XM Satellite Radio.
Tony hosted The Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN radio for six years.
Tony previously worked for Newsday.
Tony started to work for the Washington Post in 1979.
Tony graduated from college in 1970.
Tony Kornheiser is Jewish.
Tony's full name is Anthony Irwin Kornheiser.
Tony has one daughter and one son.
Tony married his wife, Karril, in 1973.
Tony attended Harpur College (now SUNY Binghamton).
Tony appeared in the movie Mr. 3000 as himself.
Is a former sports writer for The New York Times.
(how he would end his radio show)
Tony Kornheiser: If you're out on your bike tonight, do wear white