Molly Sullivan is a famous American journalist presently serving as a sports broadcaster for 8 News Nation located in Las Vegas, Nevada since September 2020. Before that, she served as a reporter and host in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for Philadelphia Eagles.
Previously, she worked for a period of 5 months in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a sideline reporter for NFL Media. Her journalism career started in Las Vegas, Nevada at MountainWest Sports Network where she was employed to work as a host and reporter.
Molly Sullivan Age
Molly Sullivan was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States on August 27, 1979, she is 42 years of age.
Molly Sullivan Height
Sullivan stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in(Approx 1.73 m).
Molly Sullivan Family
Molly was born and brought up by her supportive parents named Debbie Sullivan and Tom Sullivan in Las Vegas. She has not shared much concerning her parents and siblings hence their professions and presence are not known.
Molly Sullivan Husband
She is cheerfully married to her good-looking husband named Tommy French who is a bookmaker. The adorable couple exchanged their vows in Waikiki, Hawaii on May 7, 2015. Molly and her caring husband Tommy share a beautiful daughter called Isabella.
Molly Sullivan Education
She joined the University of North Carolina based at Chapel Hill where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Studies in 2002.
Molly Sullivan Salary
Molly receives an annual average salary of $120,450 and this is according to 8 News Nation sports broadcasters’ salaries.
Molly Sullivan’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as a sports broadcaster at 8 News Nation is the primary source of her income.
Molly Sullivan Career
Molly Sullivan is a famous American journalist presently serving as a sports broadcaster for 8 News Nation located in Las Vegas, Nevada since September 2020. She served at KLAS-TV as an intern and that’s where she developed the foundation for her career.
Prior to that, she worked for two seasons for Philadelphia Eagles as a reporter and host where she conducted exclusive sit-downs with players for gameday programming, hosted a daily news show, and provided coverage for every practice as the team reporter.
Previously, she worked for a period of 5 months in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a sideline reporter for NFL Media for college football, and was the only sideline reporter for women’s and men’s basketball.
She has also worked on Big Ten Network as a co-host of ESPN Road Trip from Las Vegas, a ringside reporter for Top Bank Boxing, and as the lead swimming analyst.
Her journalism career started in Las Vegas, Nevada at MountainWest Sports Network where she was employed to work as a host and reporter. Afterward, she started serving as the producer and host of her own weekly half-hour community lifestyle television show and also as a co-author and publisher regarding Las Vegas.