Who Is Sarah Spain from ESPN Radio?
Sarah Colby Spain was born on 18 August 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio USA, which means that her zodiac sign is Leo and she is 37 years old. The reporter, whose nationality is American, is best known for working on projects such as “Souvenir” and “The Playbook”. In addition, Sarah is an actress and has briefly worked in that industry.
Dating, Husband and ChildrenWhen it comes to Spain’s relationship status, she is married to Brad Zibung, a real estate agent and the founder of The Heckler, and prior to marrying on 29 May 2016 in Chicago, the couple spent several years dating. reportedly meeting back in 2008 at a charity event, and began living together in 2011; the couple doesn’t have children.
So just how rich is Sarah Spain as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, the reporter and actress has a net worth of $900,000, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned fields. Information regarding her assets such as houses and cars hasn’t been disclosed, but in addition, her husband is a billionaire from a successful career in the real estate business.
— Sarah Spain (@SarahSpain) July 30, 2018
CareerSarah’s first jobs were with networks such as Fox Sports Net, ChicagoNow and Mouthpiece. In addition, she was a recurring guest-host of “ChicagoNow Radio”, broadcast on WGN, worked briefly for the Big Ten Network as a sideline reporter, and served as a host of “Coors Light Fantasy Players Minute”. Spain was also a member of the cast of “Chicago’s Best”, alongside Ted Brunson and Brittney Payton. The renowned hostess joined ESPN 1000 in Chicago in 2010, and also worked as a writer for espnW.com in the same year. As of late January 2015, the network announced that she would be one of the main hosts on “Spain & Prim”, working with Prim Siripipat. At the beginning of the following year, she was one of the main members of “The Trifecta”, broadcast on ESPN Radio. Subsequently, she began working on her own podcast entitled “That’s What She Said”.
As of the more recent past, she was a host of “Fantasy Football Island”, working alongside Mike Golic Jr., and in 2018 began working on yet another radio show, entitled “Spain & Fitz”. To sum things up, having a rich portfolio and being a hardworking woman has paid off for Spain, as she has managed to establish her name in the world of entertainment and sport.
Early Life and Education
Despite being born in Cleveland, Spain spent the majority of her formative years in Lake Forest, Illinois. She attended Lake Forest High School and was the MVP and captain of the track and field team, and was then a student of Cornell University, where she studied English, and during her time in college was a heptathlete on the Cornell Big Red Track team, and a co-captain. When it comes to her body measurements, Sarah has a fit figure, as we can tell by the photos available on the internet, and obviously continues her sporting endeavours, and takes care of her diet to maintain her physique. She has pale skin and dark brown hair and eyes, which suits her complexion well. She is over 6ft (1.83m) tall.
Super Bowl XLI
Sarah was a subject of a controversy when she posted on eBay offering to be someone’s date for the Super Bowl XLI, in 2007. At that time, the hostess lived in Los Angeles and was supposed to go with her friends to Miami to watch the spectacle. However, when her friends decided that they couldn’t afford it, she got creative and described the auction as a stunt to get the media’s attention made in hope that someone would eventually agree to be her sponsor. Ultimately, Unilever, the makers of Axe Body Spray agreed to cover the expenses of her attendance.
Being active in the entertainment field, Spain is naturally active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram, which she uses to communicate with her fans and promote her work. Her Twitter account is followed by over 160,000 people, whereas her Instagram account has more than 55,000 followers. Despite being loved by her numerous fans, the hostess sometimes gets hate mail on social media. She has recently written a tweet about it saying that she doesn’t have time for “psychopaths”, adding “If you can’t interact like a mature human being, it’s an auto-block from here on out”. In 2016, she made an appearance in the video entitled “More Than Mean”, alongside her sports radio hostess colleague Julie DiCaro. The video, which had the purpose of show awareness of sexual harassment, threats and criticism of female sportscasters, received a positive response from the audience and was rewarded with the Peabody Award in the category of Public Service.