Scott Van Pelt ESPN, Salary, Net Worth, Bio, Wife, Hair & Health Update

Scott Van Pelt Biography

Scott Van Pelt is an American journalist, anchor, sportscaster, and sports talk show host who co-anchored the 11 PM edition of SportsCenter on ESPN, and served as the co-host of SVP & Russillo alongside Ryen Russillo on ESPN Radio. He hosts various golf events for the network and in June 2015, he left his radio show to become a solo anchor for a midnight edition of SportsCenter which broadcasts his passion for sports.

Additionally, he serves as the main host of ESPN’s golf coverage, including the Masters and the PGA Championship, two of professional golf’s majors, and he hosts specials from the events. He joined ESPN in 2001 as the network’s lead professional golf reporter, shortly thereafter becoming a SportsCenter anchor and later on ESPN Radio of Tirico and Van Pelt each weekday afternoon.

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Moreover, he contributed to ESPN College GameDay for several years with his “Bald Man on Campus” feature. Furthermore, he came to ESPN from The Golf Channel, where he worked as an anchor and reporter for the sport-specific network from 1994-to 2000. He began his journalism career at WTTG-TV (FOX) in Washington, D.C., in 1990 and he served in the sports studio production department contributing content for the station’s The 10:00 News, Sunday Night’s Sports Extra, and specials on the Washington Redskins. READ ALSO: Shelley Smith 

Scott Van Pelt’s Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background

Scott Van Pelt (age 55 years) was born on July 9, 1966, in Brookeville, Maryland, in the United States of America. He comes from an Italian ethnic background and holds American nationality by birth. Nevertheless, he normally celebrates his birthday on July 9th every year.

Scott Van Pelt’s Height, Weight, and Other Body Measurements

Van Pelt stands at an average height of 6 feet 7 inches (approximately 1.98 m) and maintains an average bodyweight of around 84 kg.

About Young Scott Van Pelt, His Parents and Siblings/ Family

Van Pelt was born in Brookeville, Maryland, in the United States of America to his caring and supportive parents. He is the son of Cathie Mathis and Sam Van Pelt though he has not provided any further information about his parents. He has three brothers named Mark, Matt, and Mike Van Pelt. Nonetheless, his grandfather who immigrated from Itali and lived in Brooklyn is called Lorenzo.

Scott Van Pelt’s Brother

He has three brothers named Mark, Matt, and Mike Van Pelt.

Scott Van Pelt’s Education Background

Van Pelt attended Flower Valley Elementary School in Rockville, Maryland, and later graduated from Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring, Maryland. Additionally, he graduated from the University of Maryland in 1988 where he studied radio/television and film and he is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha.

Scott Van Pelt’s Wife/Spouse and Children

Van Pelt is a married man. He is married to Stephanie Van Pelt since 2011 and he has three children, Lila Catherine born in 2012, Sam Van Pelt, and a young one. The family resides at their home in Farmington, Connecticut.

Scott Van Pelt ESPN/ SportsCenter

Scott is an anchor, sportscaster, and sports talk show host who co-anchored the 11 PM edition of SportsCenter on ESPN. Also, served as the co-host of SVP & Russillo alongside Ryen Russillo on ESPN Radio.

Moreover, Scott hosts various golf events for the network. Nonetheless, in June 2015, he left his radio show to become a solo anchor for a midnight edition of SportsCenter which broadcasts his passion for sports.

Additionally, he serves as the main host of ESPN’s golf coverage, including the Masters and the PGA Championship, two of professional golf’s majors. Also, hosts specials from the events.

Van Pelt joined ESPN in 2001 as the network’s lead professional golf reporter. Shortly thereafter becoming a SportsCenter anchor and later on ESPN Radio of Tirico and Van Pelt each weekday afternoon.

Scott Van Pelt’s Salary

Scott is an anchor, sportscaster, and sports talk show host who co-anchored the 11 PM edition of SportsCenter on ESPN, and served as the co-host of SVP & Russillo alongside Ryen Russillo on ESPN Radio. Van Pelt’s annual salary is estimated to be around $4 million dollars.

Scott Van Pelt’s Net Worth

Van Pelt is an American journalist, anchor, sportscaster, and sports talk show host who co-anchored the 11 PM edition of SportsCenter on ESPN. Scott has managed to accumulate a net worth of around $16 million dollars.

Scott Van Pelt with Hair

Van Pelt admitted that he began losing his hair thus going fully bald.

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He is a sports talk show host who co-anchored the 11 PM edition of SportsCenter on ESPN.

Scott Van Pelt Health/Illness

Scott had supraventricular tachycardia which is a condition in which the heart beats substantially quicker than normal.

Scott Van Pelt Picks & Winners

Van Pelt picks his Sunday’s NFL Picks ahead of the Conference Championship Edition.

Is Bo Van Pelt related to Scott Van Pelt?

No, the two are not related.

Where does Scott Van Pelt live now?

Scott resides at his home in Farmington, Connecticut.

Did Scott Van Pelt play sports?

No, he did not play sports.

How tall is Scott Van Pelt?

Van Pelt stands at an average height of 6 feet 7 inches.

How much does Scott Van Pelt make?

Scott makes around $4 million dollars per year.

What happened to Scott Van Pelt?

Scott had supraventricular tachycardia which is a condition in which the heart beats substantially quicker than normal.

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