Randy Scott Biography
Randy Scott is a renowned American journalist presently serving as a SportsCenter Anchor for ESPN. He joined ESPN back in June of 2012 serving as ESPN’s flagship news and information program anchor. Prior to that, Randy served as a reporter and anchor for WINK-TV for four years and NESN in Fort Meyers, Florida, for two years.
Randy Scott Age
Randy Scott was born in Vienna, Virginia, in the United States of America. However, information with reference to his exact date and year of birth has not been clarified.
Randy Scott Height
Randy is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 0 inches tall (Approx 1.83 m).
Randy Scott Family
Randy Scott was born to his loving and caring parents in Vienna, Virginia. His father dad worked in the US Navy and as a result, they finally settled in Washington, D.C after moving all over the country due to his father’s service in the Navy.
Randy Scott Education
He enrolled at Northwestern University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism.
Randy Scott Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his beautiful wife Shannon Mulaire. The adorable couple exchanged their wedding vows on April 8, 2010, and they are blessed with three adorable children.
Randy Scott Salary
He pockets quite a generous salary of $85,000 annually. This is according to ESPN anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Randy Scott Net Worth
Randy has stockpiled a pretty decent fortune over the years he served and has an estimated net worth of $13.2 Million.
Randy Scott Career
As of now, Randy works as an anchor for ESPN anchoring on SportsCenter: AM, the 7 a.m to 10 a.m weekday program that starts off sports fans’ days. He joined ESPN back in June of 2012 serving as ESPN’s flagship news and information program anchor.
Prior to that, Randy served as a reporter and anchor for WINK-TV for four years and NESN in Fort Meyers, Florida, for two years. Before that, Randy worked for KSWO-TV in Lawton, Oklahoma as an anchor and reporter for one year and WNEG-TV in Toccoa, Georgia for one year as a sports director.
He won the Society of Professional Journalists’ “Best Sports Feature” and Florida’s Associated Press awards for “Deaf Softball Star” in the year 2018. Furthermore, Randy also obtained the 2005 “Best Sports Promotion ” honors from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. He matriculated at Northwestern University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism.