Cari Champion Net Worth

August 23, 2023
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Cari Champion was born in June 1975, in Pasadena, California USA. She is an award winning broadcast journalist and television personality, best known for anchoring at The Tennis Channel and hosting ESPN’s First Take. Tall, beautiful and described as ‘hot’, Cari Champion has made her name in the television industry as a proveN anchor and host and due to this, her net worth continues to rise.

One of the well-known faces in television and sports industry, how rich is Cari Champion? Sources estimate that Cari’s net worth is $750,000, most of it accumulated by anchoring various television shows, and she is a specialist in sports.

Cari Champion Net Worth $750,000

Cari Champion was born and raised in Pasadena, California. She majored in English at the University of California, Los Angeles, with a minor in mass communications. She was inspired by Matea Gold from the Los Angeles Times to pursue a career in journalism; she was a prominent speaker in her classes, and also wrote for the Daily Bruin. She worked at various small television channels before moving to West Virginia, where she had her first reporting job. She has stated that she used to work alone, herself carrying the camera and tripod, literally a one women crew, but she loved it as it was her dream as she had always wanted to be a reporter. Later she worked for Orange County News channel as a reporter, before moving to West Palm Beach, Florida where she started working for WPTV-TV.

When working for WGCL-TV in Atlanta, Cari was fired for saying some profane word on the air, but later she was re-hired. Later she moved to Florida where she covered stories about the hurricanes occurring in the state. After watching Serena and Venus Williams play, she developed an interest in tennis; she auditioned for Tennis Channel and was selected along with fifty other candidates. She joined the channel in 2009 and worked as a court-side reporter. She has also worked for Starz network and shows like The Insider” and “Hollywood411”.

In 2012 she joined ESPN Network as a host for their new debate show called First Take” where she worked along with Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless who are world renowned sports pundits. Later she approached ESPN to become an anchor, and was promoted in June 2015, so from now will be appearing in morning editions of ESPN’s famous show SportsCentre.

In her personal life, she has never married, and states that currently she is single. She has always been a fan of basketball, her favorite teams being the Los Angeles Lakers and UCLA Bruins. She was once a target of a racist comment by comedian Artie Lange, who later apologized to her but she never made a public comment about it. She is active on various social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter and has a huge fan following. Currently she lives in Connecticut.

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