Vanessa Richardson Biography
Vanessa Richardson is a well-known American journalist currently working at ESPN Radio in Houston, Texas as a radio host and NFL reporter, since February 2022. Furthermore, she works for NBC Sports as a freelance motorsports host since January 2022. She hosted Peacock Pit Box for Rolex 24 Hour race and Michelin Pilot Challenge in Daytona on NBC.
Previously, she served in Houston, Texas for the NBC affiliate (KPRC-TV) as a sports anchor and reporter. Before that, she covered sports and news for two years in Cincinnati. Vanessa was also a freelance pit and sideline reporter. She volunteered for Kentucky Speedway races, assignments covering Opening Day as well as the Kentucky Derby and at times she served a split shift on Friday nights to do high school football.
Vanessa Richardson Age
Vanessa Richardson was born on the 16th of April, in Terre Haute, Indiana, in the United States of America. As of now, she has not revealed her exact birth year to the public domain. Vanessa is about 38 years old.
Vanessa Richardson Height
Vanessa is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Vanessa Richardson Family
Vanessa Richardson was born and brought up by her hardworking and supportive parents in Terre Haute, Indiana, in the United States. Vanessa was also incredibly close to her father who has several sclerosis.
Vanessa Richardson Education
She went to Terre Haute North Vigo High School for her high school education. Later, she joined the University of Indianapolis, where she got her first on-camera gig.
Vanessa Richardson Husband
Vanessa Richardson Salary
She bags a decent salary of $73,131 per year. This is according to ESPN Radio reporters’ salaries.
Vanessa Richardson’s Net Worth
Vanessa Richardson has amassed a good wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Vanessa Richardson Career
She began her TV profession in Indianapolis, where she covered the NFL Combine and Indy 500, served as the game-day host for Indianapolis Indians and the Indiana Pacers, and covered pro sports for an FM radio station. She also served as the sports correspondent for the nationally syndicated comedy show “The Bob and Tom Show.”
Her passion is telling exciting human interest stories that go way beyond stats and highlights be it on the sideline or in the studio. On August 5th, Vanessa will make her Houston debut together with Sports Director Randy McAvoy and Reporter Ari Alexander. She comes to Houston from Ohio where she worked at the NBC affiliate, WLWT, and reported on the action for the Big East Digital Network.
She has covered the past seven Indianapolis 500s, Kentucky Derby, and the World Series. She is also passionate about building an inclusive society for those with disabilities and finding a cure for MS.