|Birth Day:||September 27, 1970|
|Birth Place:||Toronto, Canada|
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He played hockey in his youth.
Friedman began his broadcast career for Toronto sports radio station The Fan 590 in 1994. He did play-by-play for Toronto Raptors games on both radio and television and reported on Toronto Blue Jays games in 1998. He also did freelance work for the London Free Press and the Toronto Star.
Friedman was awarded the Telemedia Reporter of the Year award in 1996. Friedman then worked for The Score network before joining CBC Sports in 2003. At CBC, Friedman was a reporter for Hockey Night in Canada; the studio host for the final two seasons of the CFL on CBC and for some Toronto Raptors games; and participated in the CBC's Olympic Games coverage. Friedman began reporting on the CFL in 2006, after Brian Williams moved to CTV/TSN. In 2011, Friedman received the Best Sports Reporting Gemini Award for his efforts on Hockey Night in Canada's Heritage Classic. He also continued to appear regularly on The Fan 590 (now Sportsnet 590). After Rogers Media acquired exclusive national media rights to the NHL and began producing Hockey Night for CBC, Friedman was hired by Sportsnet to continue his role.
In 2016, Friedman participated as a commentator during CBC's coverage of diving and swimming events at the 2016 Summer Olympics to replace Steve Armitage (who was unable to attend the Games due to his diagnosis with chronic heart failure).
On August 11, 2016, Friedman received international attention after making a mistake in his commentary of the Men's 200 metre individual medley final; Friedman declared that U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte was leading and had won the race, when it was actually won by his rival, Michael Phelps.
Elliotte was born and raised in Canada.
Currently, Elliotte Friedman is 51 years, 2 months and 3 days old. Elliotte Friedman will celebrate 52nd birthday on a Tuesday 27th of September 2022. Below we countdown to Elliotte Friedman upcoming birthday.