• Alisia Salters is an American journalist and former basketball player.
• She is best known for her work with ESPN network, including her reporting on the OJ Simpson case and in the Middle East.
• She has accumulated a net worth of over $2 million.
• She is a single mother and is raising her son Samuel.
• She has been working in the journalism field since 1995 and has worked on 18 projects.
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Date Of Birth||March 6, 1966|
Who is Lisa Salters?
Alisia Salters was born on 6 March 1966, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania USA, and is known as an American journalist who was also active in women’s basketball. In the journalism field, she is best known as a reporter for the ESPN network, and during her career has reported on stories such as the OJ Simpson case. Besides that, she has also worked in the Middle East, before the Iraq war happened. Her zodiac sign is Pisces and she is 52 years old, but remains looking youthful and radiant, as she’s aging gracefully.
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While Photographing the 2009 Rose Bowl game between USC and Penn State, I had the opportunity to meet and chat with ESPN American Journalist Lisa Salters @lisa_salters – She afforded me the opportunity to capture her during the game while sideline reporting. The game brought me full circle from growing up in Pennsylvania to perfecting my craft in Los Angeles. Ms. Salters also hails from Pennsylvania and was friendly and approachable, but when it is time for her to work, she is all business! #ABC #ESPN #E:60 #lisasalters #caseycaresfoundation
So just how rich is Lisa Salters as of late-2018? According to authoritative sources, this journalist has net worth of over $2 million, with her a wealth being accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned fields. She hasn’t disclosed any information regarding her assets such as houses and cars, but working hard throughout her career has allowed her to establish herself financially and be able to take care of her family.
— lisa salters (@saltersl) June 17, 2012
Early Life, Ethnicity and Basketball
Private Life, Husband and Affair
When it comes to Lisa’s private life, she keeps such information behind closed doors, as she isn’t keen on sharing too much with the media. We have no records on her dating history, but she is assumed to remain unmarried. However, she has a son named Samuel who she adopted, and is raising as a single mom.
Being in the entertainment field, Salters is naturally active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram, which she uses to connect with her fans, as well as to promote her work. Her Twitter account is followed by 32,000 people, whereas her Instagram account has 1,800 followers. Some of her latest posts include the tweet in which she spoke about Playstation, reading ‘’When your TV service gets better, camping gets better. Adding live football helps, too’’. The renowned journalist often shares photos of herself and her friends on social media, and is often mentioned by her fans as well. However, she was criticized by some people for her voice sounding like she “smokes thousands of cigarettes’’. Nonetheless, her fans have written tweets such as ‘’The only person I can say that comes close is Jemele Hill and Lisa Salters – they are my two favorite female broadcasters in sports’’.
Prior to becoming a successful journalist, Lisa worked as a Los Angeles-based correspondent for ABC News, beginning her work there in 1995 and ending it in 2000, during which time she reported for “World News Tonight with Peter Jennings”, and in addition appeared in several other ABC News programs. In 1998, Lisa worked as a correspondent for “ABC World News Tonight with David Muir”, and two years afterwards she joined ESPN, working as their general assignment reporter.
As of 2007, the journalist worked on three episodes of “E:60”, as a correspondent for segments entitled “Parkour” and “Deadly Deat”. In 2008, Salters appeared as a sideline reporter in “2008 Rose Bowl”, a television movie, then worked on “2009 Rose Bowl” and “2010 Rose Bowl”. After that, Lisa served as a sideline reporter for NFL Pro Bowl for 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. In 2018 she had several projects, most importantly working as a sideline reporter for “2018 NFL Pro Bowl” and appeared in projects such as “NBA on ESPN” and “Get Up!”. Overall, the journalist has worked on 18 projects, which allowed her to make a name for herself.
|Full Name||Lisa Salters|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Date Of Birth||March 6, 1966|
|Profession||Journalist, Sports commentator, Basketball player, Sports Anchor|
|Education||Pennsylvania State University, Upper Merion Area High School|
|Nominations||Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Long Feature, Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality - Sports Reporter|
|TV Shows||Monday Night Football, E:60, NBA on ABC, Saturday Night Football, NBA Saturday Primetime on ABC, NBA Sunday Showcase on ABC|
|2017 NFL Pro Bowl||2017||TV Special||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|2016 NFL Pro Bowl||2016||TV Special||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|2015 NFL Pro Bowl||2015||TV Special||Herself - Sideline Repoter|
|2014 Outback Bowl||2014||TV Movie||Herself - Sideline reporter|
|2012 Discover Orange Bowl||2012||TV Movie||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|2012 TicketCity Bowl||2012||TV Movie||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|2010 BCS National Championship Game||2010||TV Movie||Herself - Texas Sideline Reporter|
|2010 Rose Bowl||2010||TV Movie||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|2009 Rose Bowl||2009||TV Movie||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|2008 Rose Bowl||2008||TV Movie||Herself - Sideline Reporter|
|E:60||2007||TV Series||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Parkour") / Herself - Correspondent (segment "A Deadly Bet") / Herself - Correspondent (segment "Ray of Hope")|
|ABC World News Tonight with David Muir||1998||TV Series||Herself - Correspondent|
|2015||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Sports Reporter|
|2014||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Sports Reporter|
|2013||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Sports Reporter|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia