Chris Connelly

Chris Connelly Brief Biography

Chris Connelly, born in 1956 or 57, is an American sports and entertainment reporter who currently works for ESPN as a contributor to its E:60 newsmagazine. He was also the interim editor-in-chief of, replacing the position vacated by Bill Simmons, before ESPN shuttered the site on October 30, 2015.

Connelly joined ESPN in 2001 to host the daily interview program Unscripted with Chris Connelly, designed to be a more contemporary version of the long-running Up Close interview show which previously occupied the 5PM ET timeslot. The show, which premiered on the same day as Pardon the Interruption, lasted only a few months before being replaced by an early SportsCenter and eventually Around the Horn.

Chris Connelly News

• 'black-ish' star Anthony Anderson to host Oscars 'After Party' special on ABC
• Anne Hathaway on missing opening of 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' premiere: "My kid was hungry"
• ABC names 'Oscar Countdown 2006' red carpet show hosts

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