Timeline of Jaymee Sire
|Date of Birth:||1980 , August-25|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jaymee Sire|
|Birth Place/City||Great falls, Montana|
|Profession||Sporstcaster, television host, blogger|
|Net Worth||$1.3 million|
|Weight in KG||58 kgs|
|Married to||Jeff Rosenberg|
|Awards||San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award, Pacific Southwest Emmy Award, RTNA Golden Mike Award, Judith Waller Award|
|TV Show||Sportscenter: AM|
Jaymee Sire is a world-famous American sportscaster, television host, and a blogger. She is known for being the host of ESPN's morning show SportsCenter: AM.
Born on August 25, 1980, Jaymee Sire is 36 years of age. She was born to parents father Dennis Sire and mother Wendy Sire in Great Falls, Montana. Her nationality is American and belongs to the white ethnic group. She has a sister and together they were raised in Montana.
Jaymee Sire graduated from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication, a college affiliated to Washington State University where she also worked as a news reporter for the WSU Cable 8. During her time in the university, she has also remained as the president of 2000-2001 for Kappa Delta sorority.
Jaymee started her career as a sports anchor and a news reporter at the KRTV in the CBS channel from the year 2002. Sire then worked as a sideline reporter for KFMB-TV. After her work with KFMB-TV, she joined forces with Comcast SportsNet (CSN) Bay Area and was the sideline reporter for the games of San Jose Sharks, Oakland A, and Golden State Warriors.
Jaymee Sire is also known for hosting and producing A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum, a show broadcasted in the CSN network. After some time she got an opportunity to work with ESPN and made her debut as an anchor for Highlight Express on ESPNews. Soon she was hosting SportsCenter, an ESPN daily show.
For her works on TV, she has been nominated three times for Emmy Awards and has received San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award. Besides that Jaymee Sire has also won the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for the category of Best Sports Story. Her other awards include the Judith Waller Award and the RTNA Golden Mike Award.
Jaymee is married to her boyfriend, Jeff Rosenberg, who also happens to be the president of Tristar productions. The couple married in a private wedding session in front of their friends and family. Together they have a child, but they have not revealed the name of the child yet, for privacy reasons.
Likewise, Sire is also said to have dated her boyfriend Phil Dauria in the past.
She stands tall with an average height of 5 feet 4 inches. Her body measurements are 33-24-34 inches and weigh around 58 kgs.
Talking about her financial status, Jaymee Sire's net worth is around $1.5 million as per reviews of 2018 and is said to receive a salary of $84,000 from her profession as a sportscaster. Her husband is way richer than her and has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Likewise, Josina Anderson, who is also an ESPN host, has a net worth of $2.2 million.
Jaymee Sire facts on timeline
Born in Great FallsAugust 25 , 1980
Jaymee Sire was born to parents Dennis Sire and Wendy Sire in Great Falls, Montana on August 25, 1980.
Started work with KRTV2002
Jaymee Sire started her career in 2002, as a news reporter cum sports anchor at KRTV of the CBS network.
Sideline reporter for KFMB-TV2005
After her years with KRTV, Jaymee Sire started works with KFMB-TV for the San Diego Chargers' pre-season broadcast.
Her first Sportscenter debut.May 5 , 2013
After joining ESPN in 2011, she made her first debut for their regular show SportsCenter, on the 5th of March, 2013.
Honored with a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award2009
Jammy Sire, was honored with a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award in the year 2009.
Produced A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum2011
While working for the Comcast SportsNet, she produced and hosted her own show titled A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum in 2011.
Reporting for Iron Chef ShowdownJuly 25 , 2017
An announcement was made on the 25th of July in 2017, which stated that Jammy Sire would be the new floor reporter for the tv show Iron Chef Showdown, which would be aired on the Food Network.
Her net worth is $1.5 million2018
Jaymee Sire has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as per reviews of 2018 and is said to receive a salary of $84,000 from her profession as a sportscaster while her husband Jeff Rosenberg, has an estimated net worth of $18 million.