Prim Siripipat Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Dating, Wiki, Bio

Date: 15 Mar, 2017

Prim Siripipat Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Dating, Wiki, Bio

Prim Siripipat is a known face in the television broadcast fraternity. Yes, she works as a television anchor for ESPN. Currently, Siripipat also co-hosts the program called “Spain and Prim” on ESPN Radio. Formerly, she was a Duke, tennis player.

Prim Siripipat’s birth took place in Mexico, Missouri. From her early days in her life, she was very passionate about many things in life. So, by the age of four, she was involved in swimming, dancing, gymnastics and piano. Furthermore, at the age of seven, she began ballet and tennis. By the time, she reached the age of ten, Siripipat was very successful in playing tennis. At the age of twelve, she desired to elevate her skills more, and this desire was fulfilled by the help of her mother as she moved to Tampa, Florida.

 She also traveled the world with U.S national team which eventually finished in the top ten in the country for players of age eighteen and below it. During her senior year, her team The Duke Blue Devils tennis also ranked the top ten position and won the Indoor National Championship. So her tennis journey was going well. But sadly, she had to suffer through various injuries over the year of playing tennis. She already had two stress fractures in her back by the age of seventeen. She also had to perform surgery on her shoulder and both knees. Due to this, unfortunately, she had to quit playing tennis, thus it no longer could become her career.

According to her wiki, she went to Saddlebrook Preparatory School. And she attended Duke University on a full scholarship. From there, she majored in sociology with a minor in biological anthropology and anatomy during her four years. Right after completing her education, she got a job as an intern in 2004 on WRAL-TV. In 2004, she also became one of the several thousand contestants in which she attempted to win in the show called Dream Job that was aired on ESPN. Then in 2007, she received a job as a sports reporter at CBS-4 in Miami. The year 2011 turned out to be a great leap for her regarding her career advancement because of this year, she got the job of an anchor at ESPN. Her bio tells that besides anchoring, she also does tennis analysis.

Personally, she got engaged to her boyfriend, Ben Anorson in 2016. This news came as a surprise to many as there were not any dating rumors to be heard before their engagement. Now, only time can tell when they will get tied in wedding vows. We hope that they will get married soon; thus turning Ben into her lovely husband. And her engagement is a solid proof that rules out all the negative assumptions about her being a lesbian.