Dianna Russini Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Dianna Russini Biography
Dianna Russini is a well-known American sports anchor. Presently, She serves for ESPN on NFL Countdown and also NFL Live as an NFL host, insider, reporter, as well as analyst. In July 2015, as a SportsCenter anchor, She became part of ESPN. Before joining the ESPN network, Russini served for WRC-TV based in Washington, D.C as the main sports anchor.
Dianna Russini Age
Dianna was born in Bronx, New York, United States of America, on February 11, 1983. She is 39 years old.
Dianna Russini Height
Russini stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 inches (Approx 1. 68m).
Dianna Russini Family
She was born in Bronx, New York, the United States of America to her mother Camille Russini, and her father. Dianna grew up in Norwood, New Jersey. Dianna tweeted @diannaESPN I mean my mom knows what she is talking about when it comes to football, on Oct 17, 2019, and also shared a video when she called her mother on her Twitter account to answer the questions.
Dianna Russini Husband
She is a married woman to her long-time fiance Kevin Goldschmid. He was born on June 6, 1985, and has lived in New York and Pennsylvania. Kelvin holds a BS in finance from the University of Penn State. At first, He served to manage account operations analysts at SEI. Dianna after revealing her relationship with Kelvin in 2020 surprised her social media followers. On September 26, 2020, The couple married each other.
Dianna Russini Salary
Dianna earns an annual salary of $72,476 per year. This is according to ESPN anchor’s salaries.
Dianna Russini Net Worth
Russini has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million.
Dianna Russini Education
She studied at Northern Valley Regional High School based in Old Tappan. Later, Dianna joined the University of George Mason for her further studies. While there, Russini also played four seasons with the school’s team and focused more on soccer.
Dianna Russini Career
While in High School, Dianna was All-State soccer, softball, basketball, and track. For four seasons, She played soccer at the University of George Mason. At the time Russini joined the network Espn and was the youngest reporter at WNBC located in New York City. After moving to Seattle as a news reporter and anchor for CSN Northwest, NBC stations, and News 12 Westchester, Dianna moved to the sports department.
Dianna also served for WNBC, WRC-TV, as well as WVIT. After Disney executives saw her sportscast in DC, In July 2015, She became part of ESPN. Additionally, Dianna served as a provider of sideline reporting and SportsCenter anchor. She held this role for ESPN’s XFL Saturday afternoon games along with Tom Luginbill.