Spain is an American radio presenter, sports reporter, and anchor. She is famously known for her work as a columnist for ESPN. She is also the host of “The Trifecta 201D, an ESPN radio show, as well as ESPN’s Sports Center reporter. In this review, you are going to know a lot more about Spain, sharing information about her age and net worth.
Sarah Spain and husband Brad Zibung married life
Sarah is married to her longtime boyfriend Brad Zibung. With her boyfriend, Brad Zibung, she got married on 29th May 2016 in Chicago. There is less information about Zibung though.
However, rumors have it that Zibung deals with real estate, and is a popular real estate personnel with a net worth of more than 1.5 billion dollars.
Sarah Spain and her husband started dating in 2009 after they met at a Cubs game. However, Sarah said they first connected on Facebook in 2008. They are newlyweds, so there have been rumors about their divorce, but that is far from happening. In their honeymoon, they recently visited New Zealand and Australia.
Sarah Spain and Brad Zibung Net worth
After finishing college, Sarah went on to work at the Intersport television in Chicago but later moved to Los Angeles. She lived in Lose Angeles for six years.
While in L.A she worked for Fox Sports Net as an associate producer for the show “The Final Score.” She has also done some hosting and sports writing for Fox Sports, as well as freelance acting. Towards the end of 2008, Sarah moved back to Chicago and tried to work for MouthPieceSports.com, a Chicago start-up site.
Here, she worked as a reporter, writer, and produce. In 2009, she became a writer for the ChicagoNow. Om, a sports blog. She was a guest host for the show “ChicagoNow Radio” as well as doing some freelance writing.
She has also done some part-time reporting such as Big Ten Network. In 2010, she became part of the team that launched “Chicago’s Best” by WGN-TV. She co-hosted the show with Brittney Payton and Tend Brunson to talk about food, drinks and so much more.
In 2010, Sarah Spain joined ESPN 1000 in Chicago and became a writer for the espnW.com the same year. In 2015, ESPN said they are going to launch a show known as “Spain and Prim with Spain.”
In 2016, together with co-host Kate Fagan and Jane McManus formed a new national radio for ESP known as “The Trifecta. Spain went ahead and started her podcast known as “That’s What She Said.”
She later appeared on some TV shows such as “His&Hers,” “Mike&Mike” and “Obermann,” “The Sports Reporters,” and “First Take” and Stugotz. In 2016, ESPN awarded Spain a multi-year deal and started her new radio show called “Izzy&Spain,” a show she hosted with Israel Gutierrez.
With all her work in radio, TV, and film, Spain has made a name and fortune for herself. As of now, Sarah Spain net worth stands at $900,000. It is believed that her monthly salary is $150,000
As of age, Spain was born on 18thAug 1986 in Cleveland, Ohio. Her official names are Sarah Colby Spain. She was in Lake Forest, Illinois. She is a white American.
|Name||Sarah Colby Spain|
|Date of Birth||18th August 1986|
|Place of birth||Cleveland, Ohio|
|Profession||Radio personality and TV host|