Jaymee Sire is an American television host and sports commentator. Jaymee Sire is well-known for her time at ESPN, where she hosted the morning show “SportsCenter.
|Full Name:||Jaymee Sire|
|Born Date:||25 Aug 1980|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Taurus, Capricorn|
|Height:||5 feet 4 inches (1.63m)|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million US dollars|
|Body Size||33-24-34 inches|
|Birth Place||Great alls, Montana|
|Education||Edward R. Murrow School of Communication (Washington State University)|
Jaymee Sire Biography
Jaymee Sire was born on August 25, 1980. Her birth occurred in Great alls, Montana, in the United States. She is currently 41 years old and of American nationality. Furthermore, he is a Christian and was born under the sign of Virgo.
Moving on to her family members, she was born to Dennis Sire, her father, and Wendy Sire, her mother. Similarly, she has a sister named Heather Sire. She has not, however, revealed any additional information about her parents or her early childhood.
Jaymee Sire Education
In terms of education, she received her bachelor’s degree from Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow School of Communication.
Jaymee Sire Height, Weight
She has an endomorphic body figure, which enhances her body measurements. In terms of height and weight, she stands 5 feet 4 inches or 1.63 meters tall and weighs approximately 58 kg or 127 pounds. Similarly, her true body measurements (chest-waist-hip) are 33-24-34 inches. She also has blonde hair and hazel eyes.
In terms of her professional career, she rose to prominence after joining ESPN. She was previously employed by Comcast SportsNet Bay Area before joining ESPN in 2013. She was a SportsNet Central anchor/reporter as well as a reporter for Giants Pre-Game Live and Giants Post-Game Live. Similarly, she worked as a sideline reporter for Golden State Warriors, Oakland A’s, and San Jose Sharks game shows.
In 2011, she also produced and hosted A Day in the Life: Tim Lincecum for Comcast SportsNet. She also worked as a sports reporter for KFMB-TV (CBS) in San Diego for five years before joining Comcast SportsNet in 2008. From 2005 to 2006, she worked as a sideline reporter for KFMB’s San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts. In 2002, Sire started her career as a news and sports anchor/reporter at KRTV (CBS) in Great Falls, Montana.
Moving on, in early 2013, she left CSN Bay Area to work for ESPN. She made her ESPNews debut on April 11, 2013, as an anchor for the now-defunct show Highlight Express. She made her SportsCenter debut on May 5, 2013. She helped launch SportsCenter: AM, the network’s flagship show’s morning edition, in February 2016, which aired live Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET.
While at ESPN, she also appeared on NFL Live, NFL Insiders, Fantasy Football Now, and College Football Live. She also worked as a sideline reporter for the Little League World Series, which aired on ESPN and ABC in 2013, 2014, and 2015, as well as the College World Series in 2014. She was one of approximately 100 ESPN employees let go in April 2017.
She shifted her focus after leaving ESPN to culinary television. She appeared in Season 12, Episode 13 of Beat Bobby Flay, which premiered on Food Network on July 13, 2017, as well as as a judge on Season 13 of Food Network Star, when the final four candidates competed in a “game day” themed television challenge. Similarly, it was announced on July 25, 2017 that she will be the new floor reporter for the Iron Chef Showdown, which will air on Food Network in the fourth quarter of 2017. In 2019, she began delivering live sessions on the Food Network Kitchen app. Sire will host Food Network Obsessed, the network’s first-ever podcast, beginning in December 2020.
Jaymee Sire Net Worth
She has amassed a sizable fortune as a successful journalist. She is estimated to have a net worth of $1.5 million US dollars as of February 2023.
Jaymee Sire Husband, Marriage
She is currently in a romantic relationship with her boyfriend, Justin Aharoni, in her personal life. Justin is a professional photographer who also happens to be a baker. He currently resides in New York City. In February of this year, they met for the first time. It was around the time she was fired from ESPN. They’ve been dating each other since then. Furthermore, in her previous life, she was married to her ex-husband, Jeff Rosenberg. Tristar Productions’ current president is Jeff.