Personal and Family Life
Pam Oliver married her longtime partner, Alvin Whitney in 1990. Her husband, Alvin is a freelance producer by profession.
Pam, birth name Pamela Donielle Oliver, is the native of Dallas, Texas. Her father, John Oliver, was the master sergeant in United States Air Force whereas her mother, Mary Oliver, was a housewife, caring young Pam and her two siblings.
- Parents: John and Mary Oliver
- Husband: Alvin Whitney (1990)
- Children: N/A
- Marital Status: Married
With her father being a military man, the Olivers family had to move frequently, living in Florida, Washington, Texas, and California as they grew up. As a growing teenager, Pam preferred watching news programs and sports than children’s show on television.
Pam recognized her athletic abilities while attending high-school in Niceville, Florida. At Niceville High School, she excelled in basketball, tennis & track and field. Following her graduation, Pam chose Florida A&M University and earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism in 1984.
There, she also earned recognition as a winner sprinter, becoming a college All-American status in both the mile and 400-meter relay. And in 1996, Pam was inducted into the Florida A&M’s Sports Hall of Fame.
America’s leading sportscaster and newswoman, Pam, 56, has been heading towards success without mixing profession with her personal life. She is sharing a very strong bond with her significant other since 1990.
Pam and Alvin’s solid rock relationship has survived through ‘the barrenness’ of Pam and their busy schedule. The couple has been living splendid moment together; however, there has been tittle-tattle about their divorce. Seems like those are just rumor!
Body Measurements and Lifestyle
Pam Oliver, famous for her dark hair, is definitely one hot woman on television broadcasting. At 56 years of age, Pam is showing the world that more mature women can be gorgeous, talented, and of course, super-hot.
Pam is from Afro-American family and that’s from where she inherited her curvaceous figure. She looks lively and young even in the late fifties. From her lifestyle and how she has maintained herself is really applaudable.
- Height: 5 feet 9 inch (177 cm)
- Body Measurements: N/A
- Plastic Surgery: N/A
- Weight: N/A
Pam has the unique dressing style and the perfect eye for fashion. The black-eyed beauty has a height of 5 feet 9 inches. She has a well-proportioned body structure with really amicable personality.
However, the exact details about her body stats, which includes her weight and body measurements aren’t made public.
Pam Oliver’s open and straightforward reporting style has earned her global renown as a sportscaster. In 2008, she was honored by Women In Sports and Event (WISE) and was chosen in their ‘Women of the Year’ class.
Throughout her rapidly advancing career, Pam has demonstrated the perfect blend of professionalism with hard-work, tact, and confidence. She has been able to succeed in the male-dominated industry of sports journalism, earning admires and respect of fellow journalists and athletes.
- 1985- Initiated her broadcasting career through ‘WALB’ in Georgia
- 1991- Began her career as a sportscaster through ‘WTVT’
- 1993- Joined ‘ESPN’ network
- 1995- Joined ‘Fox Sports’ as their sideline reporter
- 2005- Joined ‘TNT’ as their sideline reporter
Since joining the NFL games on Fox Sports in 1995, Pam has recognized herself as one of the leading sportscasters on the network. As a senior sports reporter, she has had contributed features coverage/sports and sideline reports for ‘FSI’, ‘FOX NFL’ and ‘FOX NFL SUNDAY’.
However, back in July 2014, Fox News announced that 2014 NFL season would be Pam’s last as the network’s NFL sideline reporter. She was replaced by Erin Andrew and since early 2015; Pam has performed the duty of sideline reporter for Fox Sports’ #2 team, throughout 2016 & 2017 role.
Salary and Net Worth 2018
Pam Oliver’s net worth is expected to be $4 million. Pam is a well-known sportscaster for NBA and NFL games who earned her wealth working as a sportscaster and sideline reporter for ESPN, TNT, and Fox.
Pam’s regular duty of covering games, conducting pre-and-post game interviews and providing authentic information hasn’t gone unnoticed. Hence, she draws $1 million as her annual salary.
- Salary: $1 million
- Net Worth: $4 million