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Holly Rowe Cancer, Health, Married, Husband, Salary, Bio

By MD writer | Updated On: 25 Jul, 2021
Holly Rowe Cancer, Health, Married, Husband, Salary, Bio

Quick Information

Date of Birth June 16, 1966 Age 55 Years 1 Month(s)
Nationality American Profession Sports Reporter
Marital Status Single Husband/Spouse Name Unknown
Divorced/Engaged Yes (Once) Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity Mixed Net Worth Not Disclosed
Social Media Facebook, Twitter Children/Kids McKylin Rowe (Son)
Height 5 Feet 5 Inches (165 cm) Education University of Utah, Cross High School

Emmy-nominated sports reporter Holly Rowe is known as one of the best ESPN commentators. In her two decades of career, she worked as a commentator for various significant sports events like the 1998`s Women World Cup, Running Of The Balls, etc., and worked as the play-by-play voice for BYU Women`s basketball. Rowe is also the author of various shows aired via Fox 13 TV and BYU Sports Network. 

Fighting Cancer | Career & Net Worth

Holly, a cancer survivor, initially noticed a spot in her chest in February 2016, later diagnosed as a skin cancer known as desmoplastic melanoma.

Because of her numerous chemotherapies, Holly had to shave her head in July 2016.

Even after rounds of chemotherapies, Holly’s cancer reappeared in May 2017.

Though cancer had a devastating effect on Holly, she never let her challenging health jeopardize her career as a sportscaster and never took a break from her job.

She has indeed been an inspiration for thousands of people who are fighting against cancer.

Rowe went to Cross High School in 1984 and was a keen learner from her childhood. Holly always wanted to become a reporter like Shelly Thomas and attended BYU football games as a child.

So, to fulfill her dream, Holly joined the University of Utah and pursued her degree in journalism in 1991. Along with her academics, Holly worked as a sportswriter for the Daily Utah Chronicle.

Holly accumulated fame when she was seen for the first time in 1993 as a broadcaster in Women’s college basketball games broadcasted by Fox Sports.

Moreover, she also held the position at the CBS team.

She left the job at Fox Sports in 2003 and worked as a reporter in ESPN just like reporter Joey Galloway since 1998.

With more than 25 years of experience as a reporter, Holly earns more than 85k dollars annually as an ESPN reporter salary. In addition, the reporter has a six-figure net worth. 

Holly Rowe flaunts her short blonde hair with Marty Brennaman on 19 July 2018 (Photo: Holly Rowe's Twitter)

Is Holly Rowe Married To Husband?

Talking about Holly's love life, she likes to keep things close to her chest. However, she has a son named McKylin Rowe, which creates rumors that she is a married woman. 

There are lots of rumors in regards to her husband and married life. However, Holly has not spilled the beans about her married life. Only what remains open is her relationship with her son McKylin, who was born in 1995.

A glance at her social media clearly shows that she loves spending quality time with her son.

For instance, Holly posted a photo with McKylin on 16 July 2014, stating he is her date for ESPN’s event.

With that, she also hinted that she is no longer with her furtive husband. Whatever the case is, Holly is leading a happy life as a possible single mother with her only son McKylin. 

Besides spending quality time, McKylin is a responsible and caring son as well.

Every two weeks, he drove for hours just for his mother's treatment. McKylin has been a pillar of strength for his mother, Holly.

Holly Rowe attends an ESPN's event with her son McKylin Rowe on 16 July 2014 (Photo: Holly Rowe's Twitter)

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A Short Bio

Holly Rowe was born on 16 June 1966. She has supportive parents, especially her mom, as she was there for her during her illness.

She also appreciated her dad as she mentioned him on Twitter on 28 February 2018.

She went to Cross High School in 1984 and was a keen learner from her childhood. Holly always wanted to become a reporter like Shelly Thomas and attended BYU football games as a child.

So, to fulfill her dream, Holly joined the University of Utah and pursued her degree in journalism in 1991. Along with her academics, Holly worked as a sportswriter for the Daily Utah Chronicle.

 


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