Jaymee Sire

Inside Biography

Award-winning journalist Jaymee Sire is a renowned TV host, blogger, and sportscaster. He first grabbed huge attention after he previously worked as a weekday SportsCenter anchor at ESPN. He has also worked for a number of a variety of other segments, including NFL Live and College Football LiveThe veteran media personality also earned a good amount of net worth from her already flourishing career. 

Dad, Bio, And Education Of Jaymee Sire

Jaymee Sire was born on September 21, 1979, in Great Falls, Montana, United States. Sire is the daughter of father Dennis Sire and mother Wendy Sir. Her father works for Agriculture farm. Her birth sign is Virgo. She belongs to American nationality and regarding her ethnicity, she is a White American. 


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#tbt to when @hkehrberg was a black cat for Halloween 3 years in a row. (Not pictured: year 3 when I gave up trying to coordinate and just went as a punk rocker).

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Sire was raised up in her hometown Great Falls, Montana along with her sister. Sir graduated from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University. She was also a member of the Kappa Delta Sorority and served as a present for a year during her graduation level. There she was a reporter as well as a news anchor for WSU cable 8.

Jaymee Sire's Sire's Professional Career

In the year 2002, Jaymee Sire started her career as a sports news anchor/reporter in Great Falls, MT at KRTV (CBS). She also worked as a sideline reporter for KFMB’s San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts from 2005 to 2006.

Sire also served as a reporter for KFMB-TV in San Diego for five years. In 2008, she joined Comcast SportsNet (CSN) Bay Area where she worked as an anchor/reporter for SportsNet Central. She was a sideline reporter for the Golden State Warriors, Oakland A’s and San Jose Sharks games and also as a reporter for Giants Pre-Game Live and Giants Post Game Live.

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Moreover, Sire produced and hosted A Day in the Life: Tim Lincec u m at CSN in the year 2011. She left CSN Bay Area in early 2013 to work at ESPN network. She made her debut as an anchor in ESPN on April 11, 2013, for the program Highlight Express on ESPNews. On May 5, 2013, she made her SportsCenter debut alongside Charissa Thompson and Erin Andrews

Besides, Sire also made an appearance in food television. She featured in the American cooking competition show Beat Bobby Fly's Season 12, Episode 13. She is also a new floor reporter for Iron Chef Showdown which aired on Food Network. In 2013, 2014 and 2015, she worked as a sideline reporter for Little League World Series, which aired on ESPN and ABC. 

Sire also runs her merchandise with his adventure partner Justin Aharoni. They sell their merchandise at their online store Justinaharoni.com. They also run the adventure series #exploringwithjandj. 

Jaymee Sire's Net Worth, Salary, And Major Source Of Income 

The TV host has collected a considerable amount of money from her various works but the exact amount of her net worth is yet to be revealed. According to some online sources, Jaymee Sire's net worth is believed to be more than $1.5 million. Her primary source of income is her journalism career. 

Sources reported that Sire has a house in Brooklyn, New York. The financial detail of her house is not revealed but the median home value in Brooklyn is around $787.8k.

Sire was a judge on Season 13 of Food Network Star where she was paid around $70,960 a year.  


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Car shopping. Is the yellow too much? : @jaharoni

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As a Sports Broadcaster, Sire's annual salary is more than $84,224. 

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Jaymee Sire's Awards & Achievements

Jaymee Sire has been nominated for three times for Emmy Awards during her time at CSN Bay Area and won one. She was awarded a San Francisco/Northern California Emmy Award in 2009 for All A’s: A’s in Japan Show, the show was aired on CSN.  


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Because blondes really do have more fun... #sportscenterAM

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In 2007, Sire received the Pacific Southwest Emmy Award for Best Sports Story while at KFMB and the RTNA Golden Mike Award (South California) for Best Sports Feature Reporting in 2004.

In 2002 she received the prestigious Judith Waller Award for Outstanding Senior Woman in Broadcasting, at Washington State University, from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication.

Jaymee Sire's Personal Life, Married, Husband, Relationship

Jaymee Sire is married to her boyfriend Tristar productions President Jeff Rosenberg. Jaymee is a self-proclaimed foodie with a food blog and a sandwich named after her, the Jaymee Sirewich. Sire and her husband Rosenberg have also a child together, even though the name of their child's name is hard to pin down. 

It's been a long time that the two are sharing the same marriage journey with nor rumors of divorce.  And the couple often seen at various beautiful places spending their quality time together. 


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Sire loves different varieties of foods including Italian and Asian cuisine. She frequently shares delicious food images with her followers on her Instagram. As of 2019, the media personality has over 33.7 K followers. She currently resides in Brooklyn, in New York. 

Jaymee Sire's Height, Age, And Other Facts  

  • Jaymee Sire stands at the height of 5ft 3 inches (1.63m) and weight is  58 kg.
  • Her body measurement is 33-24-34.
  • He has blonde hair colored. She does regular exercises to stay fit and healthy.
  • She consumes healthy nutrition even she calls herself a foodie.
  • Age as of 2019 is 39 years (August 25, 1980)



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