Lisa Salters is an American Sportscaster and reporter. Lisa Salters is serving for ESPN and ESPN on ABC since 2000. Currently, she is hosting Weekly television show National Football League.
Personal and Family Life
Lisa Salters was born on March 6, 1996, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States. She spent her early childhood in Pennsylvania with her parents. However, Information about her parents is yet to be revealed by her. She is a cousin of Dorsett, Former star of University of Pittsburgh and Dallas Cowboys. She is Native American and holds American nationality.
Salters completed her high school graduation from Upper Merion Area High Prussia. Later, she enrolled at Penn state University firm where she was honored with a degree in broadcast journalism. She is not married and no rumors have been heard about her husband or boyfriend. Possibly she is in search of a perfect person. In 2013, Salters smashed the headlines when she revealed the news of motherhood Via Twitter.
At the age of 47, ESPN reporter adopted a baby boy named Samuel. However, no one knows the biological parents of the child as she has not opened up. She is living a happy life with her child and hasn’t felt pressure to get married.
Lifestyle and Body measurements
The attractive height of Lisa Salters is 5 feet 2 inches whereas body measurements are 34-29-36. Being a sports journalist, she always wanted to be fit and with an intense workout and balanced diet, she has perfectly maintained her hourglass body.
She is living a sophisticated lifestyle. She loves to go for shopping and explore new places. She spends most of her time with her Colleagues. Usually, she enjoys her time being in front of the camera and talking with players. To know more about her lifestyle, you can visit her Instagram account.
She began her journalism career at ABC News as a correspondent in 1995. During her time in ABC News, she has covered several key News including, the Matthew murder, the Oklahoma City bombing trial and News of TWA Flight 800 crash. She served ABC News for almost five years and left it for ESPN in 2000.
In 2000, Salters began to serve general assignment reporter for ESPN. The following year, she appeared in the ESPN’s newsmagazine as a correspondent. Apart from that, during 2002 FIFA world cup, she appeared as the reporter for ESPN in South Korea and Japan.
In addition, she covered the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece and the 2006 Winter Olympics Games in Torino, Italy as a reporter and host for ESPN. In 2006, she covered 2006 NBA finals, replacing her colleagues Michele Tafoya.
Additionally, ESPN took SportsCenter to War Zone in 2004 and broadcast live from U.S Army base camp in Kuwait called Camp Arifjan. Salters joined Monday Night Football with Mike Tirico and Jon Grunden replacing Suzy Kolber in 2012. Till date, she has done several notable television shows including Monday Night Football, Outside the Lines, Good Morning America and E:60.
Net Worth and Salary
Salters’ estimated net worth is around $2 million whereas annual salary is $235K. Being a sportscaster, leading sideline and Show host, she has added a good amount of fortune to her net worth.