Erin Sharoni is a beautiful television anchor who has gained immense fame for her professional excellence as a sportscaster, anchor, and trainer. Below you can find about her wiki, family, husband and many more.
Erin Sharoni Married, Husband
Erin is one of the most private anchors in the sports industry. She keeps her love life away from the limelight and isn't married even at the age of 38. Erin is a busy and professional person who focuses on her work the most and fans speculate maybe that is why she is not dating. Whatever it is, her fans want her to live her best life with or without a boyfriend.
Erin Sharoni Bio
Erin was born on 13 July 1981. As per her bio, she was raised by her parents in New York City. Erin loved speaking in mass since she was small and also took a liking on art and digital media. She was a hard-working student during her high school days and gave her best in extracurricular activities too. After graduating from high school, Erin took a step forward for the completion of her education and applied for the Wesleyan University, a private liberal arts college in Middletown, Connecticut. She got accepted in the uni which gave her and her family a great sense of pride. Erin majored in studio art and digital media and graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Wesleyan.
Fun facts about Erin are that she loves to surf, skydive and snowboard. She also enjoys exercising and is a fitness freak so you can catch her building her muscles at the gym anytime. Erin stands tall at a height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Erin Sharoni Career
Erin started her career as soon as she graduated. Erin worked mostly as a trainer and coach after her graduation. She worked as a personal trainer and U.S. Junior Olympic-certified swim coach. She also trained at the NewYork Health and Racquet Club. In 2010, Erin was selected as a model to appear in national advertisements including FILA athletic apparel and many more. In the same year, Erin got her first job in the broadcasting industry where she appeared as the sideline reporter for St. John's basketball. She also worked as the host of Red Storm Report airing on SportsNet New York and the co-host of CNBC Sports Biz on NBC Sports Network. Erin then got a chance to be the commentator on CNBC’s The Kudlow Report which she obviously didn't miss. Erin recently appeared on the Jim Rome on Showtime as a correspondent. As of now, Erin works as a sports television host for CBS Sports.
Apart from her work as an anchor, Erin has also appeared in the independent film short “Hollywood Jack." and the feature film “Peace After Marriage” which won Best Narrative at Tribeca: All Access in 2010. She is an AANC Certified Nutritional Consultant who practices the Japanese healing art of Reiki. Erin is also a member of the Advisory Board of Athlete Ally, a nonprofit organization that helps eradicate homophobia in sports. Her extensive career helps her make a total salary of $158k.