ESPN's Holly Rowe Wiki, Married, Husband, Cancer, Salary and Net Worth
|Date of Birth||June 16, 1966|
|Age||53 Years 9 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||$1 Million(Estimated)|
|Social Media||Facebook, Twitter|
|Height||5 feet 5 Inches(165 cm)|
|Education||University of Utah|
Holly Rowe has been the example of work ethics and professionalism. She is best known as the ESPN sideline reporter for more than two decades and has created an identity as a tenacious reporter.
Holly came to spotlight when she battled cancer but only took 10-day-leave from ESPN. Since she joined in 1998, she has been the milestone in sideline reporting.
How Much Is Holly's Net Worth And Salary?
The ESPN lady media personality Holly Rowe has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She reportedly earns a salary of $100 thousand on an annual basis, which is $15K more than average wage package at ESPN.
She began her broadcasting career in the year 1993 and got associated with Fox Sports. In the same year, the lady served as a broadcaster of Women's college basketball games. She also worked at 'The Blue and White Sports Network' for some period. Later in 1997, she joined ESPN channel, where she began serving as a part-time sideline journalist.
Some years later Holly served as a full-time sideline reporter at college football matches. She is known for her active working antics and came in the spotlight in January 2012 when she shoved another reporter to interview coach.
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Softball Team Surprises Holly With Valentine's Day Card
ESPN reporter Holly Rowe had her best Valentine's this year in February 2019. The full-time sideline reporter was pretty much happy after being showered with Valentine's Day Card from the softball teams of OU and OSU.
OU and OSU played against each other at the St. Pete/Clearwater Elite Invitational in Florida. Before their games in Florida, the softball teams surprised Holly along with their Valentine's love.
Holly also took her Twitter to showcase the love that she received from the softball team. The lady thanked OU softball team and said that she was crying for the love and support that she received from the softball community.
Is Holly Married? Has A Grown Up Son!
The tenacious reporter keeps a low profile about her personal life, but she has a son named McKylin Rowe. McKylin is now grown up and performed in the college musical Cinderella as the Prince Charming. Holly shared a picture with his son on 5 March 2015 and said that she is proud of her son.
Holly poses with her grown-up son on 5 March 2015 (Photo: Twitter)
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Although she has an adult son, she maintains secrecy about her baby father. But her son, McKylin Rowe shed some lights about his father through a Facebook post on 23 October 2010 and said that his father was working security at tailgate Palace.
Holly, on the other hand, is yet to confirm if she is married or not. Thus, there is no news about her divorce. She is however to flaunt pictures with her probable boyfriend, and there were many unanswered questions about her husband and love interest. On 14 June 2018, she revealed that she once broke up with her boyfriend because he had no interests in the things she admires.
Fights Cancer; Chance, The Rapper's Song, Inspires Her!
Holly was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called desmoplastic melanoma in 2015. After being diagnosed with skin cancer, her son drove her for two weeks straight to get chemotherapy. In February 2016, doctors successfully removed cancerous tissues from her chest and recovered soon.
In an interview with The Daily Universe on 31 October 2017, she said that she got inspired by Chance The Rapper's song, which she listened every day with her son on the way.
After becoming cancer free, she was again diagnosed with aggressive cancer illness on her lungs and right arm in May 2017. She then underwent immunotherapy treatment, which is a new technology to treat disease.
In spite of the heart-wrenching treatment procedure, she is a strong woman and remains positive about her fight against cancer. She revealed in the interview that she only missed ten days of her work commitments due to her health issues.
The lady underwent her last day of chemotherapy in August 2018 and has celebrated a 'super-emotional' milestone. Holly sat with her son McKylin and announced that she was having a big day in her life. The ESPN media personality said that her doctor thinks that it is safe for her to withdraw chemotherapy and thanked her fans and followers for showing her support during her tough time.
Short Bio And Wiki
Holly was born on 16 June 1966, in Utah, the United States of American. She stands at a height of 1.65 m (5 feet and 5 inches) and weighs 65 Kg. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds American nationality.
The lady received a broadcast journalism degree from the University of Utah in 1991.