Melissa Stark is well-renowned an American veteran sportscaster serving as the host for NFL Network. Further, she is the correspondent of The Flight Game along with Jim Lampley on HBO. Prior to joining NFL, Melissa was serving as a Today Show National correspondent on NBC.
Melissa Stark Age
Melissa Stark was born on Nov 11, 1973, in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States. She is 49 years of age.
Melissa Stark Height
Melissa stands at a moderate height is 5 feet 8 inches ( approximately 1.73 meters ).
Melissa Stark Family
Stark is a resident of Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States of America. She is the daughter of Walter Stark, her dad, and Mrs. Stark her mum. Her dad is a well-renowned eye surgeon operating at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Further, she was raised along with her older sister. Nevertheless, due to her secretive nature, she has not revealed the identity of her sister.
Melissa Stark Husband
She got married to her handsome husband named Mike Lilley in 2001. Her husband is the President and Founder of SPCNJ. The two met in 1999 via a mutual friend. Her husband asked the big question on Jun 19, 2000. She said yes, and they exchanged their wedding vows in 2001.
Further, the two are proud parents of four kids, two sons, and a set of twin daughters. Their kids are called.; Michael Jr., Jackson, Clara, and Clementine. The duo lives in Rumson, New Jersey together with their four kids.
Melissa Stark Education
Stark graduated from a prestigious women’s prep school in Baltimore, Roland Park Country School. She later matriculated at the University of Virginia where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a double major in Foreign Affairs and Spanish in 1995.
Melissa Stark Salary
She receives an annual salary of $105,700 and this is according to NFL anchors’\reporter salaries.
Melissa Stark’s Net Worth
Stark has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million US dollars.
Melissa Stark Career
Stark is currently serving as the host for the NFL Network. While serving for NFL, she co-hosted the 2012 National Geography Bee where kids were competing for the US top title. Prior to joining NFL in 2012, she was laboring as a Today Show National correspondent on NBC.
While serving for NBC she reported on entertainment pieces, human interest stories, and hard news. Prior to joining NBC, Melissa was serving for ABC Sports as the lead sideline reporter of Monday Night Football.
During her time at ABC, she was jailed in Mexico after a security guard denied access to reporting ABC’s NFL game. At the time the security guard was not informed that she was serving for NFL. Prior to joining ABC in Jun 2000, she was serving for ESPN as the host of Scholastic Sports America.
Prior to joining ABC in Jun 2000, Melissa was serving for ESPN as the host of Scholastic Sports America. During her time at ESPN, she traveled across the United States covering College and high school sports concentrating on issue-related and human interest stories.
Further, she also reported for ESPN’s SportsCenter working as a regular contributor for Outside the Lines and Sunday NFL Countdown. Prior to joining ESPN, she was laboring as a reporter and production assistant for Virginia Sports Marketing in Charlottesville. Further, she began her journalism career as a news intern for WMAR-TV in Baltimore. She interned for CBS Evening News in 1993.