Reese Waters Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Parents & Education, Salary, Net Worth

Reese Waters Get Up DC

Reese Waters Get Up DC

Reese Waters Biography

Reese Waters is an American comedian, journalist. He is also a commentator and writer. As of now, Waters is the host of Get Up DC!. He was a television personality at ESPN and  TNT sports.

Reese Waters Age

Waters was born in Prince George’s County, Maryland, United States. He was born on 22 October 1980.  Waters is 40 years old as of 2020.

Reese Waters Height

Waters stands at a height of 1.95metres tall.

Reese Waters Family

Waters was born in Prince George’s County, Maryland, United States. Little is known about his family.

Reese Waters Wife

Waters is a happily married man to his loving wife Ellen Bryane’s.  His wife is his fellow WUSA broadcaster. The couple tied the knot on September 27th, 2020. They have not shared any information about their children.

Reese Waters Education

Waters attended Saint Albans High School. He later joined Columbia University where he graduated with B.A. in Economics.

Reese Waters Salary

Waters receives an annual basic salary of $53,307 according to the Get Up DC journalist salary.

Reese Waters Net Worth

Waters’ net worth ranges between $1 million-$ 5 million U.S dollars.

Reese Waters Career

Water began performing comedy in New York City at local open mics while in college. He returned to the east coast whereof now is based. After two years living and performing in the Bay Area. New York Magazine said Waters was one of “Ten New Comedians That Funny People Find Funny” in 2009.

Waters became co-host of The Daily Line on the Versus Network in 2010. He, however, wrote articles on sports and comedy in a section of titled Reese’s Piece. Waters joined The Weather Channel’s AMHQ: America’s Morning Headquarters, as a weather and sports correspondent in 2014.

ESPN named Waters a SportsCenter correspondent in January 2015. He was a guest speaker at The Friars Club Super Bowl Roast where he poked fun at Terry Bradshaw. Waters returned to his Washington, D.C. roots. And joined WUSA9 as the host of Get Up DC! in January 2018.

He left Get Up DC! and transferred to WUSA9’s 7:00 p.m. program The Q&A, one year later.

Reese Waters Awards

  • Waters was awarded Caroline’s Comedy Competition.
  • Waters was awarded the “Emerging Comics Contest”.
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