Jeremy Schaap Biography
Jeremy Schaap (Full name: Jeremy Albert Schaap) is a renowned American sportswriter, television reporter, and author. As of now, he serves as a regular contributor to Nightline and ABC World News Tonight. His work has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, Time, Parade, The New York Times, and ESPN The Magazine.
Jeremy Schaap Age
Jeremy Schaap was born on August 23, 1969, in the Bronx, New York, New York, United States. He is 52 years old.
Jeremy Schaap Height
Jeremy stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1.78m).
Jeremy Schaap Family
Jeremy was born to his mother Trish McLeod, and his late father Richard Jay Schaap in Bronx, New York, New York, United States. His father passed away on December 21, 2001. Jeremy grew up alongside his five siblings namely Renee, Michelle, Joanna, Kari, and David.
Jeremy Schaap Wife
He is happily married to a gorgeous woman named Joclyn Schelin. The two lovebirds tied the wedding knot on September 20, 2008. The duo share three pretty children. Jeremy and his family currently live in Westport, Connecticut.
Jeremy Schaap Education
He is a former Cornell Daily Sun editor and a proud graduate of Cornell University.
Jeremy Schaap Salary
She earns a remarkable salary of $72,572 per year. This is in accordance with ESPN
Jeremy Schaap’s Net Worth
Jeremy has managed to accumulate a lot of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Jeremy Schaap Career
Throughout his career, Jeremy has won a Peabody Award, two National Edward R. Murrow Awards, two National Headliner Awards, and 12 National Sports Emmy Awards. In 2015, he was nominated for a national News and Documentary Emmy Award for an E:60 profile of a survivor of extreme domestic violence.
Moreover, he has been nominated for the National Sports Emmy Award in journalism multiple times. Jeremy interviewed the Notre Dame linebacker after a report came out that his supposed girlfriend had never existed and also Plaxico Burress after he shot himself in a New York City nightclub and also Manti Te’o.
In February 2003, he uncovered the story of a pattern of misconduct at the University of Georgia by their basketball coaching staff. Jeremy’s investigation resulted in Georgia’s withdrawal from NCAA tournaments and also the SEC. In addition, Jeremy won the annual journalism award of the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications in 2006.
Jeremy Schaap Podcast
He officially joined the network in 1994. There, he hosts both Outside the Lines and E:60, the channel’s showcase journalism shows. Jeremy also hosts an award-winning weekly podcast and radio show titled The Sporting Life. Throughout his career, he has covered major sports and sporting events including the FIFA World Cup, the World Series, the Tour de France, the Summer Olympics, the Super Bowl, the Winter Olympics, as well as the European soccer championship.