Jaymee Sire is a popular sportscaster and television host. She is mostly known for being on ESPN. She lives a happy life and enjoys an impressive net worth.
If you would like to learn more about her life, keep reading.
- Full Name : Jaymee Sire
- Birth Date : August 25, 1980
- Birth place: Great Falls, Montana, United States of America
- Wiki : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaymee_Sire
Jaymee Sire: Personal Life
Jaymee Sire was born on August 25, 1980, in Great Falls, Montana, United States of America. She was born as the daughter of Wendy and Dennis Sire. She has managed to keep some parts of her personal life pretty private so there is no information on what her childhood was like. However, what we do know is that she went to Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University for her education. She is of white ethnicity and holds an American citizenship.
Jaymee has kept her personal life away from the public eye. There is no information on her dating life. We don’t know if she is married or has kids. It is under review. We will add any new information that we can find as soon as possible.
- Nationality : American
- Ethnicity : White
- Hometown : Great Falls, Montana, United States of America
- Height : NA
- Education : Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University
- Spouse : NA
- Children : NA
- Parents : Wendy and Dennis Sire
Jaymee Sire: Professional Life
Professionally, Jaymee Sire is a television host and sportscaster. She is mostly known for being an anchor for SportsCenter: AM, which broadcasted live Monday-Friday from 7am-10am ET. Her first ever job was as an anchor/reporter for SportsNet Central and a reporter for Giants Pre Game Live and Giants Post Game Live at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. She also worked as a sideline reporter for the San Jose Sharks games, Golden State Warriors, and Oakland A’s.
She also made an appearance on Season 12, Episode 13, and on Season 15 of Beat Bobby Flay, which first came on-air on July 13, 2017, on Food Network. Sire also worked as a judge on Season 13 of Food Network Star with the final four contestants. She has her own food blog, “E is for Eat.”
While she was at CSN Bay Area, Sire was a nominee for three regional Emmy awards. She won once. In 2009, she was given a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award for the All A’s: A’s in Japan show, which came on-air on Comcast SportsNet.
When she was working at KFMB in San Diego, she was the recipient of the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for the RTNA Golden Mike Award (Southern California) for Best Sports Feature Reporting, in 2004 and Best Sports Story, in 2007.
Sire also won the Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting, in 2002, from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University.
- Profession : Television host and sportscaster
- Worked for : ESPN
- Working for : Food Network
Jaymee Sire: Net worth, Salary
With a successful career, Jaymee Sire has managed to earn quite a fortune for herself. She has been very smart with the money and hasn’t wasted it all. Sire enjoys a handsome salary and an impressive net worth.
Her net worth is allegedly about one and a half million US dollars. There is no information on how much she makes in a year but it is under review. We will add any new information that we can find as soon possible.
- Net Worth : 1.5 million US dollars
- Salary : NA
Jaymee Sire: Social Media
Jaymee Sire can be found on Twitter as @jaymee. This is a verified account that has amassed over fifty-four thousand followers. She has tweeted about fourteen thousand times and seems pretty active on this account.
Sire can also be found on Instagram as @jaymeesire. This is a verified account that has amassed over thirty-three thousand followers. She has posted over one thousand and seven hundred times and seems pretty active on this account. If you wanted to stay updated on this person’s life, you should follow her on Instagram since she is most active there.