Timeline of Holly Rowe
|Date of Birth:||1966 , June-16|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||William Francis Weir|
|Birth Place/City||Milwaukee, Wisconsin|
|Net Worth||$ 4 Million|
|Weight in KG||N/A|
|Married to||Nate Parker (m. 2007)|
|Education||Broadcast journalism degree|
|Awards||News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form|
|Famous for||Television journalist|
|Nick Name||"Chris" "Boomer"|
Talented Holly Rowe is slightly obese. Though she is of + size, she is hugely attractive. It seems like she has not been married and there is also no any information of her love affairs.
Holly earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from University of Utah in 1991. With a dream of being one of the great sports news reporters, Holly began reporting from her college TV station. She began her professional broadcasting career from Fox Sports since 1993. In 1997, she joined ESPN as a part-time sideline reporter and then from August 1998, she became full time college football sideline reporter at ESPN. She has been earning big amount of salary and her net worth is said to be around $8 Million Dollars.
Holly Rowe facts on timeline
Born in United States
Attractive and beautiful, Holly was born on 16th of June 1966 somewhere in United States of America. She was born to American parents. She is also American and is of white ethnicity. She is five feet and four inch tall.
Graduated from University of Utah
Holly Rowe completed her high school graduation somewhere in United States. With a dream of being one of the great sports news reporters, she joined University of Utah and there she majored in broadcast journalism. She finally earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1991.
Took an intern at CBS Sports
Talented with keen interest in broadcast journalism, Holly began anchoring since she was in her college days. While she was in University of Utah, she joined college TV station and she anchored some news channel. After graduating from there she took an intern at CBS Sports for about a year.
Began her broadcasting career from Fox Sports
After taking an intern at CBS Sports for about a year, she began her professional broadcasting career at Fox Sports from 1993. In 1993, she became the broadcaster of the Women's college basketball games. She also served at The Blue & White Sports Network for few years.
In 1997, she joined ESPN as a part-time sideline reporter and then from August 1998, she became full time college football sideline reporter at ESPN. From that time on, she has been broadcasting several session games and post-season bowls.
Was a delegate at the National Republican Convention
While she was in University of Utah, she took part in the 1988 National Republican Convention being the delegate of from the state of Utah. As a broad journalist, she has also covered Women’s FIFA World Cup, Running for the Bulls and several other prestigious events.