Rachel Nichols Biography
Rachel Nichols is an American sports journalist who was born and raised up in Potomac, Maryland, United States of America. Currently, she is a television host for EPSN, sports reporter, and anchor. She also hosts The Jump NBA show on weekdays which covers news and stories from around the league and features a panel of NBA analysts and players.
Rachel Nichols Age
Rachel was born on October 18, 1973, in Potomac, Maryland, United States of America.
Rachel Nichols Height
Rachel stands at an average height and weight.
Rachel Nichols Family
Rachel is the daughter of Ronald Jacobs and Jane Jacobs. She has one older brother and younger brother whose names are not yet known.
Rachel Nichols Husband
Rachel is married to Max Nichols who is the son of film and stage director Mike Nichols. The couple tied the knot in 2001 at a Jewish party in Venice, Venetto, Italy. They are blessed with two children, twin daughters.
Rachel Nichols Salary
The average ESPN salary ranges from approximately $35,626 per year for Production assistants to $60,000 per year for Host/Hostess. However, these figures may vary substantially according to the level of seniority of the employee in question. The exact salary value will be updated once details are shared to the public.
Rachel Nichols Net Worth
Rachel has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Through her smart work and proceeds as a sports journalist, Rachel has been able to make a modest fortune.
Rachel Nichols ESPN
She joined ESPN in 2004, where she became a regular part of SportsCenter, Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown, as well as a regular on the network’s NFL and NBA coverage. She was also a correspondent for E:60 and worked as the sideline reporter on a number of Monday Night Football broadcasts.
Since her return to ESPN in 2016, she has co-hosted The Jump, a daily discussion show she created covering the NBA. She became a recurring guest-host on the podcast Pardon My Take (2016–present), as well as on the TV show Pardon the Interruption.
Rachel Nichols CNN
In 2013, she left ESPN for CNN and began hosting Unguarded with Rachel in October of that year. The program would change from a regular series to an occasional special by October of the subsequent year. Sports Illustrated has called Nichols the country’s most impact and prominent female sports journalist.
Nichols is renown for her tough questioning of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the wake of the Ray Rice scandal and likewise for confronting boxer Floyd Mayweather on his history of domestic violence. During this same period, Nichols also worked the sidelines for Turner Sports’ NBA on the TNT program from 2013–2016, working both the regular season and playoff games.