Erin Coscarelli Biography
Erin Coscarelli is a well-known American sports journalist currently working at ABC as The Ultimate Surfer since July of 2021. Also, she works at Las Vegas Raiders as the host since September 2020. Erin works as the host of Tennis Channel based in Culver City, California, since March of 2019. Previously, she worked as the host of NFL HQ, the NFL Network’s weekday morning show, and also hosted Fantasy and Friends on NFL Network.
Erin Coscarelli Age
Erin Coscarelli was born on 8th May 1984, in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America. She is 38 years old.
Erin Coscarelli Height
Erin is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx 1.65 m).
Erin Coscarelli Family
Erin Coscarelli was born to her caring and supportive father and mother in Los Angeles, California. Currently, Erin has not divulged any details with respect to either her parents or whether she has siblings.
Erin Coscarelli Education
She enrolled at the Campus of Southern California and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcasting. Over her time at USC, she served at Annenberg TV and the school’s radio station KSCR 1560 AM as a sports anchor/reporter.
Erin Coscarelli Husband
She is gladly married to her hardworking and caring husband named Jonathan Chironna a businessman, actor, and model. He is as well the owner and initiator of CM Pizza Corp and Salad Concepts Inc. The lovely couple tied the knot in June of 2018.
Erin Coscarelli Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $74,311 per year. This is according to Las Vegas Raiders hosts’ salaries.
Erin Coscarelli Net Worth
Erin Coscarelli has managed to garner good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Erin Coscarelli Career
Currently, she works at Las Vegas Raiders as the host since September 2020. Before, she served as a longtime anchor on NFL Network as a host at DirecTV Fantasy Zone. Lately, in her career, she served as an anchor and reporter at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, where she served as a regular reporter on SportsNet Central.
Throughout her time at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, she covered San Francisco’s professional as well as college sports teams, including the San Francisco Giants, San Francisco 49ers, Stanford, and Golden State Warriors as well as Cal football programs. She has also been a sideline reporter for different networks including NBC Sports, ESPN, Pac-12 Network as well as Fox Sports West.
Additionally, she served as a reporter at ESPN’s Summer X-Games and the World Series of Poker as well as an anchor at Fox Sports Flash. In July 2014, she left CSN Bay Area to join NFL Network to become the host of NFL AM, the NFL Network’s new morning show together with Rhett Lewis.