|Will Cain Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 3 in|
|Date of Birth||March 28, 1975|
|Spouse||Ellery Kathleen McWhorter|
Will Cain is an American conservative political analyst and sports commentator who started working as a news panelist in 2010 and was most notably featured in programs of Fox network and ESPN.
Charles Williams Cain
Sherman, Texas, United States
New York City, New York, United States
Will graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications from Pepperdine University based in Malibu, California.
He acquired a law degree from the University Of Texas School Of Law in 2000.
Journalist (Columnist, Political Analyst, Sports Commentator, Features Reporter, Radio show host), Producer, Licensed Attorney in the state of Texas but has never practiced law
- Father – Charles Larry Cain (Expired in 2001 by suicide)
- Mother – Rosalind Williams Cain Motley
- Siblings – Stephen Matthew Cain aka Matt (Younger Brother) (CEO of The Cain Company), Jay E. Cain (Younger Brother), Molly Jane Cain (Younger Sister) (Employed at House of Representatives press gallery)
- Others – Charles Lee (Paternal Grandfather), Jessie Mae Cain (Paternal Grandmother), Stephen J. (Maternal Grandfather), Etta Adeline Williams (Maternal Grandmother), Luke Motley IV (Stepfather), Travis Lee Jones (Brother-in-Law) (Employee at Verizon Regional Headquarters), Brooke Cain (Sister-in-Law), Rachel Wynne Cain (Sister-in-Law), Jordan Motley (Step-Sister) (Physical Education Teacher), Matthew Cain (Nephew, Matt’s son)
6 ft 3 in or 190.5 cm
80 kg or 176.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Will has dated –
- Ellery Kathleen McWhorter – Will dated Kathleen while studying at Pepperdine University. The couple broke up but reunited 5 years later and eventually got married. Together they have 2 sons named Charlie and West.
Race / Ethnicity
- Deep, distinct voice
- Usually maintains a trim beard
- Has a patent toothy smile
Will Cain Favorite Things
- Sports Team – Dallas Cowboys
- Sports Moments – ’90s Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl wins, 2005 Texas Longhorns Varsity NCAA Division I Football Bowl win, Dallas Mavericks 2011 NBA victory
- NBA Player – Dirk Nowitzki
- NFL Player – Troy Aikman
- NCAAF Player – Vince Young
- NCAAB Player – TJ Ford
- MLB Player – Adrian Beltre
- NHL Player – Mike Modano
- Soccer Player – Kevin De Bruyne
- Boxer – Mike Tyson
- Wrestler – Kerry Von Erich
- Movie – The Big Lebowski (1998)
- Mini-Series – Lonesome Dove (1989)
- Genre Of Music – Country
- Vacation Spot – Hawaii
- Cuisine – Mexican
- Words Of Wisdom/Advice – Embracing failure, not being afraid of failing
- Book – The Rational Optimist by Matt Ridley
Will Cain Facts
- His television career began as a political analyst working for CNN and The Blaze.
- In 2014, Will produced a documentary mini-series Alise vs. the Mayor that exposed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempts to curb charter schools.
- At The Blaze, he hosted shows like Real News, Cain and Cupp, and The Cain Conversation (2015) that included hour-long in-depth conversations with industry leaders such as Gary Vaynerchuck – Business, Geraldo Rivera – News, Paul Sorvino – Film, Markey Ramone and Charlie Daniels – Music.
- Realizing he did not have a passion for practicing law, Will moved to a ranch in Montana to work as a farmhand while attempting to write a book (that he was unable to complete).
- He moved back to his hometown to look after his younger siblings after his father’s demise in 2001 where he managed to purchase 2 local community newspapers. After expanding his media business to include several other papers, he sold his company to Stephens Media.
- From 2006 to 2009, Cain found and developed Quince Media, a company that ran a magazine, website, and expos about Quinceañeras.
- Since he was always interested in the exchange of ideas through debate, Will produced a pilot program in which he moderated a panel of two conservatives and two liberals addressing political issues. This program helped him get the attention of the National Review, Fox News, and CNN.
- In 2010, he made his first TV show appearance as a panelist for Fox News.
- Cain considers sports as an escape from politics and took up a job with ESPN wanting to get away from reporting political news.
- He was considered for the position of sports commentator on ESPN2 network’s First Take to replace Skip Bayless in 2016 but the job was bagged by Max Kellerman instead.
- Making small talk is one of his pet peeves.
- According to Will, Nike’s endorsement deal with Colin Kaepernick was a mistake.
- He does not want the Washington Redskins NFL team to change their official name contrary to the demand of several individuals and organizations that consider the name derogatory.
Featured Image by Will Cain / Instagram