Lindsay Rhodes Bio
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Lindsay Rhodes is a self-made wonder woman who is still willing to uphold her dignity and self-esteem as a woman in sports. She’s known for her NFL debut and hosting. Besides that, she’s a journalist, a sportsman, and a TV star.
Lindsay is a proud recipient of the Emmy Award and also a distinguished mom. She is popular for her strong, prominent voice as a reporter who shows a wild share of herself in all the circumstances that are required.
Rhodes has a wide-body measuring 34-24-34 while it is 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) tall. She’s got a lean, curvy figure as she weighs 52 kilograms. She also has an oval-cut face with beautiful blonde hair and captivating deep brown eyes.
Lindsay Rhodes Early Life
Rhodes was born Lindsay Overman-Soto on February 26, 1976, in a strict family in El Toro, California, USA. As per the sources, Lindsay’s father used to be an insurance agent when her mother was a homemaker.
In addition, she was the youngest of all the siblings; however, the number of siblings and their ages or names are not disclosed. Lindsey’s parents are thought to have been divorced, but the group she grew up with is still unknown.
According to online data, her date of birth is December 31, but according to her Instagram post, it is clear that she was born on February 26.
She used to be a bookworm with her academic history, and later discovered her passion for sports. Her passion for journalism expressed itself as a sports editor for her high school yearbook. Thus, in 1994, she graduated from El Toro High School in Lake Forest, California, with advanced editing and writing skills.
After graduating from high school, she graduated from Southern California University in 1998 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During her college tenure, she enrolled as an intern in the USC Athletic Department and the Fox Sports Net, which improved her skills.
Lindsay Rhodes Personal Career
While Lindsay Rhodes started working as an intern in 1998, her official career began as a journalist in 1999. Back then, she worked for ABC associated with KVEW-TV in Yakima, Washington, where she reported weekend sports and weekday news.
Lindsay Rhodes The Fox Sport Network
A year later, from her first job, Lindsay moved to Santa Barbara, California, where she was a weekday sports anchor, to work with Fox-affiliate. As a result, with years of affiliation with the Fox Sports Network West, she became a full-time member in January 2003, having been responsible for the success of college and professional teams in Los Angeles.
In addition, overtime Lindsay stood out for her commitment and professionalism and was called “one of the most visible reporters and anchors.” In addition to her high school coverage, she was involved in numerous roles on FSN West/FSN Prime Ticket: sideline reporter for USC/UCLA football, Los Angeles Avengers, and Los Angeles Sparks. In addition, she also appeared on FSN broadcasts by Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Angeles, Anaheim; hosted by Southern California Sports Report, and L.A.
Times High School’s spotlight. Lindsay also co-hosted Spotlight High School with Sean Farnham. Alongside this, FSN Prime Ticket’s coverage of the High School Game of the Week was also anchored.
Lindsay had witnessed and covered the unfortunate incident at the 2005 Avengers Game as a sideline reporter. The very accident took the life of the Avengers defensive Al Lucas after sustaining a spinal cord injury.
After some time, Lindsey was able to cover the prestigious 2008 Summer Olympics as a sports desk reporter for NBC Sports as well as the College Football on Versus as an NHL reporter for Versus.
Lindsey Soto Ligue Nationale de football (NFL)
Soto joined the NFL Network for the first time in the fall of 2008, where she began working as a sportscaster, as an anchor on NFL Total Access, and as a reporter for NFL Network Now. She was also a field reporter and in-studio reporter for NFL GameDay Morning. Lindsay is also the main host of total access to the NFL alongside Scott Hanson. In the meantime, she was also remembered as Southern California Sport and Insight Bowl for her writings of 2000 and 2008.
Lindsey Rhodes Awards and nominations
The first award of Rhodes came to her in 2004. She received the Emmy Award for Best Sports Reporting in Los Angeles during her time at FSN West in 2004. Following that, in 2005, she was nominated for the Michael Rivas Story Emmy Award: Best Sports Segment in Los Angeles.
Later in 2010, Lindsay was awarded the American Women in Radio and Television: GENII Award along with the Excellence in Sports Reporting Award.
Lindsay Rhodes Net Worth
The net value of Lindsay Rhodes is projected to be $1.3 million, with an annual value of $43,640. Lindsay is estimated to have fewer earnings than her colleague, Cris Mckendry, whose annual salary is $500,000.
|Full Name||Lindsay Overman-Soto Rhodes|
|Date of Birth||26 February 1976|
|Birth Place||El Toro, California, United States|
|Education||University of Southern California (BA)|
|Age||44 years old|
|Height||5 ft 6 inches(1.68 m)|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Spouse||Matt Rhodes (2012–present)|
|Kids||A son and a daughter(Clayton Lee Rhodes)|
|Net Worth||$ 1.3 million|
|Social media||Instagram, Twitter|