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What is American sports reporter Holly Rowe Salary? Explore her Net worth & Professional Career

What is American sports reporter Holly Rowe Salary? Explore her Net worth & Professional Career

Holly Rowe is an American sports telecaster. She is currently working for the sports television network, ESPN. Similarly, she is popular as a sideline reporter for college football games which are telecast on ESPN.

What is Holly Rowe Salary? Net Worth

American sports telecaster, Holly Row earns a salary of $800 thousand on an annual basis, which is $15K more than the average wage package at ESPN. Holly Rowe has an estimated net worth of around $3 million as of 2019. From her professional career, she gathers her worth.

Similarly, she demonstrated her strength after fighting a battle with an unconquerable disease. she also left the past well behind and reveled in the role of a mother not only did she won the battle. She came to the limelight as a sideline reporter for college football games on the ESPN network.

Besides her work on ESPN, she has worked as a producer and writer for various documentaries and features, aired on popular networks such as KBYU TV, ESPN, and FOX 13 TV. In her early career in sports journalism joining CBS Sports as an intern (1991 to 1992) after her graduation.

Two Decades Of Her Life At ESPN

In the early 90s’ her dream of working as a journalist come true. She is an Emmy nominated sports reporter who has joined CNN in an early phase of her career. Some of her notable works for ESPN include play-by-play for Women’s World Cup matches, covering the Running of the Bulls & swimming events, and broadcasting track & field events.

Holly Rowe wearning all the rings while reporting for ESPN
Caption: Holly Rowe wearing all the rings while reporting for ESPN (Photo: Facebook)

In the year 1998, she joined ESPN as a part-time sideline reporter in certain broadcasts in the network. Later she diversified her extensive knowledge of basketball reporting as a part of women’s college basketball games broadcasted on ESPN.

She works as a full-time college football sideline reporter being a part of numerous regular-season games and post-season bowls. Also, Holly has worked as a sportswriter for the Daily Utah Chronicle and the Davis County Clipper.

Impacted Her Hairstyle due to Cancer

Holly was diagnosed with cancer burgeoning career hit the first hitch when her health deteriorated in 2015. She has taken its toll on her hair despite not having a slumping impact on her career. Similarly, the reporter often posts on her social sites regarding her hairstyle.

She let go of her hair cutting it bald in July 2016. Also, she expressed a sense of support to her fellow cancer patients via a Facebook video, writing,

“Had to have a little fun with this and laugh so I don’t cry!!!” “Much love to all cancer patients going thru this. Let’s be strong together.  ‪#‎baldisbeautiful‬ ‪#‎baldystrong‬ ‪#‎nohairdon‬’tcare ‪#‎okicarealittle‬”

Holly has done a brave act and able to laugh and giggle with the machine running on her head, changing her beautiful hairstyle to one she had been told would be a better fit while battling the horrible disease. Somehow, she managed to look even more lively soon after going hairless.

Later she didn’t like the short hairstyle that reminded her of the weak condition of hers. In her official Twitter account, she shared problems of a short hairstyle in January 2017.

Proud Mother Of Her Actor Son McKylin

She is the proud mother of her son who worked as an actor & writer on Tv series The Egos. Holly shared a strong bond with her son. During his college days, he was acting in plays.

Holly Rowe sharing photo with her son
Caption: Holly Rowe sharing photo with her son (Photo: Facebook)

Her son has performed in his college musical Cinderella in March 2015. Later, she shared with her son cast as ‘Prince Charming’ and congratulated him on his excellent work.

Still Working At CNN Despite Cancer Sufferings

  • Unfortunately, she was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in her chest in 2015.
  • Later it was removed by surgery in the same year.
  • Again cancer returned despite beating it the first time in 2016.
  • While she diagnosed again there was a new tumor in February of the year. It also needed to be removed via surgery.
Holly Rowe reporting news for ESPN
Caption: Holly Rowe reporting news for ESPN (Photo: Facebook)
  • After three months of operation, she again spread the same disease it was a rare form of melanoma cancer.
  • Despite her battle with cancer, her love for ESPN is on the full show as she is still filming for ESPN.
  • Similarly, she has to undergo chemotherapy every 21 days.
  • Her doctor has advised her to take a rest. Holly makes sure that she shows up at the network.