Cari Champion is an American journalist and television personnel. She is best known for being the host of ESPN2's show First take and as the anchor of the Tennis Channel. She gained popularity after being the anchor of ESPN's Sportscenter.
Cari Champion's bio, career before ESPN
Cari champion was born on the 1st of June, 1975 in Pasadena, California. She has not disclosed the name of her parents. Cari is of American nationality and her ethnicity is African-American.
Upon her high school graduation, Cari joined University of California, Los Angeles. There she majored in English with a minor in mass communications.
While she was at UCLA, she also studied in Washington, D.C and during that time she also took an intern in CNN. She earned her undergraduate degree in 1998.
Cari Champion's career at ESPN
During her early broadcasting career, she had awful days; she has to do all the camera work as well as reporting. But later she joined Orange County NewsChannel as a reporter and then WPTV-TV in 2002.
She also worked at WGCL-TV but was fired from this news channel for her harsh words. She has been working at ESPN since late 2012.
Cari Champion's personal life: married or dating?
It seems like Cari love to keep her personal matter to herself. She is already in her early 40s but information related to her love affairs, married life, loving spouse, and divorce is not known in the media.
Cari Champion was rumored to be dating a black male.
Cari Champion's net worth
The actual figure for Cari Champion's annual salary is unknown but her net worth is $750 Thousand. As an anchor and a host for ESPN, she is believed to receive a sizeable salary.