Kristine Leahy Net Worth

Kristine Leahy was born on October 16, 1986 in Chicago, Illinois, United States, United States, is TV Host. Kristine Leahy is an American television host and sports reporter best known as a host on NBC's ‘American Ninja Warrior’, a sports entertainment competition that is a spin-off of the Japanese television series ‘Sasuke’ that features hundreds of competitors. She is also popular as the co-host and newswoman of Fox Sports 1's simulcast of ‘The Herd with Colin Cowherd.’ Born into a family with a deep interest in sports of all kinds, young Kristine grew up admiring the likes of Michael Jordan whose career she closely followed during her school days. Though she wasn’t personally very inclined towards playing any sport herself, she realized nonetheless that she wanted to be in the midst of sportsmen forever. Thus she decided to get into sports journalism and earned her Bachelor of Science and Journalism degree from Boston University. She ventured into sports journalism while still in college and soon after graduation bagged a job with a sports radio station before moving on to work for FOX Boston. Within a decade, she established herself as a very successful sports journalist and is now currently living her dream of “being surrounded with some of the best athletes and most hard-nosed competitors in the world.”
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? TV Host
Birth Day October 16, 1986
Birth Place Chicago, Illinois, United States, United States
Birth Sign Scorpio
Alma mater Boston University
Occupation Talk show host
Known for The Herd, American Ninja Warrior

💰 Net worth: $2 Million

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Leahy moved to Los Angeles in 2012 and covered a variety of different Sports, most notably as a sideline reporter for Turner Sports' March Madness coverage. She worked for a variety of CBS affiliated Sports outlets, including the local CBS LA news. Leahy then became the sideline reporter for American Ninja Warrior on NBC. In September 2015, she took a job to join former ESPN Radio host Colin Cowherd on his new show after his exodus to FOX. Cowherd cited a lack of female voices in Sports talk radio as a reason for Leahy's addition to the show, as well as Leahy's history of developing useful sources as a Sports Journalist.


On November 20, 2017, Leahy criticized CNN for inviting Ball on the air to discuss his feud with US President Donald Trump.