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Molly Qerim Husband, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Bikini, Feet, Age, Kids, Bio

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Molly Qerim is an American sports host and a reporter. She is notably known as a sports anchor of ‘First Take on ESPN‘.

Prior to that, she anchored the weekday morning show on the NFL Network known as NFL AM and NFL Fantasy Live.

  • Birthday: 31 March 1984 (age 34)
  • Ethnicity: White
  • Nationality: American

Molly Qerim Husband – Jalen Rose and Children

Molly Qerim is married to Jalen Rose, Former NBA player and a current analyst at ESPN in 2018. The couple wedded in a private ceremony held in the city of New York, People.com Reports.

Qerim was in a relationship with boyfriend Jalen Rose for a long time. Both of them work together on the set of ESPN as a sports analyst. The report claims that the couple started dating from July 13, 2016.

Early Life and Parents

Molly was born on March 31, 1985, in New Haven, Connecticut. She belongs to the white ethnic background. She is half Albanian and half Italian.

  • Parents: Unknown
  • Husband: Jalen Rose
  • Children: N/A
  • Marital Status: Married

She attended the University of Connecticut and graduated with B.A in communications and a minor in business administration. She then enrolled at Quinnipiac University and earned a Master’s Degree in broadcast journalism.

Molly Qerim Height and Body Measurements

Molly’s height is 5 feet 6 inches that flawlessly matches 37-27-38 body measurements. She owes attractive body measurements.

She is well cautious about her health, diet, and exercise. She is one of the charismatic faces in the journalism world.

Her hourglass body shape gives her a charming look in any sort of attire. She is living a classy life and loves to explore new places. Most often, she spends her time with her beau and Colleagues.

  • Height: 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m)
  • Body Measurements: 37-27-38 inches (94-69-97 cm)
  • Plastic Surgery: N/A
  • Weight: 139 lbs (63 kg)

TV Shows – First Take, Fantasy Football Now, College Football Now

Qerim is a brilliant young personality and successful sports television host. She is well popular for her ESPN2 Show called “First Take”.

Qerim worked for CBS Sports Network in a position of anchor & reporter. As a reporter, she covered college football, The US Open, NCAA Tournament, and National Signing Day. Additionally, she hosted the program that includes SEC Tonight, Full Court Press, Bracket Breakdown, SEC Tailgate Show, and MaxPreps Lemming Report and also served as a studio host.

In 2008, she hosted the College Football Live on the ESPN and ESPN2. For being a breaking news reporter – Fantasy Football Now on ESPN2, she was honored with an Emmy. She also worked for ESPNU as a co-anchor of Campus Connection.

Till date, she has been associated with several other digital media contents including ESPN and ESPN2.  Being on the periphery, she has conducted interviews with different athletes and celebrities. In addition to that, she covered Super Bowls, NBA Draft, MLB All-Star game, Heisman Trophy presentation and the NBA All-Star Game.

In July 2015, ESPN appointed her as a temporary host of ‘First Take’. After two months, she replaced Cari Champion and became the permanent host of First Take.

Career Timeline

  • Got masters degree from Quinnipiac University in broadcast journalism
  • Worked for CBS sports network reporting college football
  • Hosted SEC Tailgate Show, SEC Tonight, MaxPreps Lemming Report, Full Court Press, and Bracket Breakdown as a Studio Anchor
  • Interactive host college football live at ESPN and ESPN 2 – 2008
  • Appointed as a permanent host for ESPN2 show called ‘First Take’ – 2015 September 15

Molly Qerim Net worth – $3 Million Dollars

Molly Qerim’s net worth is estimated around $3 million Dollars. For a long time, she has been contributing to the ESPN network. She is competent, hardworking and dedicated that helped her in accumulating a good amount of fortune.

Salary and Annual Income – $500 Thousand Dollars

Qerim’s annual salary is around $500 thousand dollars per year. Being a reporter and anchor of several ESPN’s programs including First Lake, The UFC, Super Bowls, she has added million dollars to her net worth.