Amanda Busick Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Fox Sports
Amanda Busick Biography
Amanda Busick is a well-reputed American sports reporter currently working as a sports reporter at the National Hot Rod Association’s (NHRA) multi-media reporter on behalf of Fox Sports. She launched her career as an intern at her local news television station in North Carolina and later in Chicago.
Amanda Busick Age
Amanda Busick was born on 7th November 1986, in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States of America. She is 36 years old.
Amanda Busick Height
Amanda is a woman of middle stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx1.6 m).
Amanda Busick Family
Amanda was raised by her caring and loving parents in Greensboro, North Carolina. She is the proud daughter of Reuben Wayne Busick and Donna Lusk Busick. She was raised together with her lovely brother named Matthew.
Amanda Busick Husband
She is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina. However, Amanda likes to maintain a low key when it comes to matters concerning her personal life thus she has not shared any details about her marital status.
Amanda Busick Education
She first attended Northeast Middle School before transferring to Northeast Guilford High School and graduated in December 2004. Later on, Amanda enrolled at North Carolina State University and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in business administration and a concentration in entrepreneurship in December 2008.
Amanda Busick Salary
She bags a remarkable salary of $71,461 per year. This is in accordance with Fox Sports reporters’ salaries.
Amanda Busick Net Worth
Amanda Busick has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Amanda Busick Career
Amanda started her first on-camera role at Time Warner Cable Sports as a sideline reporter in 2014, covering the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Later, she signed a contract with an agent to grow her career. Later, she was hired as a stage manager at ESPN. In early 2015, Amanda was hired as a bartender and a meat salesperson in Boston after her family had a major financial difficulty that needed them to live with each other.
In July 2015, Amanda earned a telephone call from Ken Adelson a National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) chief content officer and vice-president about a job in the series. She had little knowledge about drag racing and spent the next three months exploring the sport, and took up lessons at Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School to better train herself with drag racing. In October 2015, she went for her first NHRA National event in Dallas, writing two reports for the series by interviewing numerous drivers.