What is Sarah Spain's Age? Also Know about Her Career and Net Worth

May 9, 2017
First Published On: May 9, 2017

Sahara Spain is a famous American journalist, works as an anchor, radio host and sports reporter. Sarah represents the fewer women's society belonging to the journalism. She currently works as the columnist for espnW.com, and reporter and radio host for the famous sports network ESPN. Today, uncover Sarah Spain's age, net worth, and career.

The gorgeous American sports journalist always appears hot and bold during her reporting from the field. Sarah looks pretty hot and sexy by her appearance whether in or out the studio. While on the other hand her fit and young appearance always create curiosity about her age on her fans.

Sarah Spain's age. Is she as young as she appears

It's pretty hard to guess someone's age by only looking at someone's appearance. It's even harder as we talk about the celebrities and TV personalities. They do a lot of workouts and fitness training to maintain their physical fitness. And it makes them look younger than age no doubt.

Gorgeous ESPN's sports journalist Sarah Spain Gorgeous ESPN's sports journalist Sarah Spain, Source: usatoday.com

ESPN's journalist Sarah Spain also looks younger than her real age. Spain looks as if she is just in her mid-twenties but she has already crossed her thirties. According to some sources, Sarah is currently of age 31, born on August 18, 1986.

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The 5 ft. 11-inch tall American anchor Sarah is one of the sexiest journalists in the world. Her beauty and skills as an anchor gained her a huge mass of fan followings in social sites like Instagram and Twitter.

Sarah Spain's Career in Journalism and Her Days with ESPN

The Ohio- born journalist grew up in Lake Forest, Illinois. Before pursuing a career in journalism, Sarah completed her graduation from Cornell University majoring in English. In her high school, Sarah was the MVP and captain of her track and field, field hockey, and basketball teams.

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At the starting of her career, Sarah worked with various small corporations. She worked for Fox Sports Net, Mouthpiece.com, ChicagoNow.com. She also worked as a recurring guest-host of WGN's radio show 'ChicagoNow Radio'.

Sarah also spent her few years working as a sideline reporter for the Big Ten Network and hosted the Coors Light Fantasy Players Minute. She joined the ESPN network in 2010 based in Chicago. She later revealed, she faced some harassment during her first TV job interview.

American sports journalist Sarah Spain American sports journalist Sarah Spain, Source: pinterest.com

She's working with the network for over six years and during the period she received the promotion to a senior anchor of the network. In January 2016, Spain and her fellow workers Jane McManus and Kate Fagan launched a new national ESPN Radio show, ''The Trifecta''. Sidewise, she also launched her own ESPN podcast, ''That's What She Said.''

Sarah Spain's Net Worth and Salary

After giving almost a decade on journalism, Spain attained the respectable position. Along with the post, she gained she also earned a good amount of money through it. Spain gets a good salary for her devoted work for the sports network.

Looking at her outstanding career, we can easily make our guess that she holds a whopping net worth. As per some reliable sources, Spain's current net worth counts over $1 million. According to sources, Spain is passionate about shopping and ornaments.

ESPN sports caster Sarah Spain ESPN sportscaster Sarah Spain, Source: pinterest.com

She spends a lot of money on jewelry and on make-up items. Spain also loves to appear as a stylish anchor. So, as she prefers to wear designers dresses and outfits.

We often come to know about the net worth of the media person and the journalists. But, they usually try to conceal their annual salary and payments. Likewise, Spain's salary and annual income are also not well disclosed. But, looking at her amazing career and whopping net worth, we can say that she definitely earns over $150 thousand annually.