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Kevin Frazier

Kevin Frazier

Kevin Frazier

Kevin Frazier, who made his Tennis Channel debut as host of the network’s Best of No Strings series in 2007, hosts US Open Tonight and Breakfast at the Open.

Frazier is widely recognized for his longtime role on Entertainment Tonight, where he regularly interviewed Hollywood's hottest stars. Prior to joining Entertainment Tonight, he served as host of NBA Shoot Around, ESPN's half-hour pre-game news program, and Fastbreak Tuesday, a weekly show that takes viewers to live NBA games across the country. After joining ESPN in July 2002, Frazier's duties included anchor of SportsCenter, as well as NBA studio host.

Frazier began his sports career as an assistant basketball coach at his alma mater, Morgan State University in Baltimore. Following graduation, he went on to work as a sports reporter for WXIX-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio; WBFF-TV in Baltimore; and WCBD-TV in Charleston, S.C.

In 1995, Frazier joined FX Network as co-host of The FX Sports Show. The following year, he anchored the inaugural episode of Fox Sports News (now National Sports Report) and hosted the pre-game show for College Football Saturday. As a reporter on National Sports Report, Frazier covered all major sports events, including the NBA Finals and the NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four. In addition, he served as sideline reporter for the NFL on Fox telecasts and as host of the pre-game shows for NFL on Fox and NHL on Fox.

In addition to his work as a sportscaster, Frazier has played himself in feature films such as Rat Race (2001) and Juwanna Mann (2002), as well as the television series Inside Schwartz (2001).

Frazier is also an active member of Los Angeles' inner-city community, where he frequently attends events and speaking engagements.