Jamie Little Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth Fox Sports
Jamie Little Biography
Jamie Little is an energetic American journalist and reporter. Presently, she works for NASCAR coverage on Fox Sports as a pit reporter. Previously, she worked for ESPN/ABC as a pit reporter, she covered the Indy Racing League. But, she went back to her pit reporting duty for the 2013 Firestone 550, 2007 and 2008 Indianapolis 500 as well as NASCAR on ESPN.
She covered both the Winter and Summer X Games since joining ESPN in 1998. She is mostly known for being a pit reporter on ESPN’s Moto world program among the motocross and extreme sports community.
Jamie Little Age
Jamie Little was born in South Lake Tahoe, California, the United States on April 9, 1978. She is 43 years old.
Jamie Little Height
Jamie stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in/1.8 m tall.
Jamie Little Education
Jamie studied at Greenspun Junior High School in 1992, then she went to Green Valley High School. After she attended and graduated from San Diego State University in 2001.
Jamie Little Family
Little hasnt revealed details about her parents and siblings to the media, however, a review on this is going on and will soon update this section.
Jamie Little Husband
Little is happily married to Cody Selman, they exchanged vows in La Jolla, California in December 2010. The duo is blessed with two kids Carter Wayne Selman born on August 9, 2012, and Sierra Lynn Selman on October 24, 2016.
Jamie Little Salary
Little earns an annual salary of $50,000.
Jamie Little Net Worth
Little has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Jamie Little Career
Little presently works for NASCAR coverage on Fox Sports as a pit reporter, she began working here in 2015 to cover pit road for the NASCAR XFINITY SERIES and NASCAR CUP SERIES. She was named as the play-by-play voice of the ARCA MENARDS SERIES in 2021, this made her the first woman to call TV play-by-play for a national racing series in history.
In addition, she works for NASCAR RACEDAY, FOX Sports’ pre-race show for the Cup Series as a reporter. Before, she worked at ESPN/ABC as a reporter for NASCAR (2007-’14) for 13 years. Also, she served for the IndyCar Series (2004-’14), Winter X Games, and Summer X Games telecasts as a reporter. Her career began as a reporter for ESPN after college Little’s TV in 2002. Furthermore, she works for TNN, NBC, and SPEED.