Femi Abebefe Biography
Femi Abebefe is an American journalist, sports anchor, and host currently working for VSiN as a host of several shows across the network’s platforms. He hosts the Betting Across America podcast. Before joining VSiN, he worked as a Weekend Sports Anchor for Kimo News based in Seattle.
Femi Abebefe Age
Femi Abebefe was born in 1990 in Everett, Washington, in the United States of America. He is 32 years old.
Femi Abebefe Height
Femi stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (approx 1.8m).
Femi Abebefe Family
Femi is a native of Everett, WA, in the United States. However, Femi has maintained a low profile about his family hence detail regarding his parents and siblings remain in the dark.
Femi Abebefe Wife
He is a popular broadcaster who has been very secretive about his current marital status. Thus, the public domain is left to speculate if Femi is married, single, engaged, or divorced.
Femi Abebefe Education
He attained his high school diploma from Cascade High School in the year 2008. Moreover, he joined Western Washington University where he graduated with a bachelor of arts in journalism in 2012.
Femi Abebefe Salary
He bags a desirable salary of $92,800 annually. This is according to VSiN hosts’ salaries.
Femi Abebefe Net Worth
Femi Abebefe has been able to garner decent career earnings over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Femi Abebefe Career
As of now, Femi serves as the host of Betting Across America for Vegas Stats & Information Network alongside James Salinas. Before joining VSiN, he worked as a Weekend Sports Anchor for Kimo News based in Seattle. Nevertheless, he left the network in May 2021 after he was one of the staff who was laid off in May 2021.
Before, Femi worked as a producer, Play-by-play, sports anchor, and reporter for KHQ/SWX from September 2016 to August 2019. He worked as a sports director for KTVZ NewsChannel 21 based in Bend, Oregon from July 2015 to September 2016.
Nonetheless, he joined KTVZ in September 2013 as a reporter, news anchor, and producer. In addition, Femi served as a Women’s Basketball Play-By-Play Announcer for Western Washington University Athletics in Bellingham, Washington Area from November 2012 to March 2013. Before, he worked as a Broadcast Journalism Intern for the Center For New Media.