Kary Correa Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth ESPN

Kary Correa
Kary Correa

Kary Correa Biography

Kary Correa is a well-known sportscaster. In Mexico, she works as a talent for ESPN. She joined the station in June 2010 and currently co-hosts Los Capitanes and NFL Semanal. She has also covered a number of sporting events, including the SuperBowl, the Acapulco Tennis Open, and boxing matches. Prior to joining ESPN, she worked as a talent in Cadena tres for four years, from 2006 to 2010.

Kary Correa Age

Kary Correa was born on 10 October 1985 in Mexico City, Mexico. She is 36 years old.

Kary Correa Height

Kary stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68 m tall.

Kary Correa Family

Kary was born in Mexico City, Mexico to a hardworking and supportive father and mother. She is of Mexican descent and keeps her family’s whereabouts very private. As a result, there are no clear details about her parents’ and/or siblings’ names and states.

Kary Correa Husband

Kary is happily married to Nicolás Mele, a handsome man. Nicolás is a well-known Argentine actor who appeared in Tango Lover in 2002, Lady of Steel in 2014, and La ley del Amor in 2006. According to Kary’s Instagram, the couple is expecting their first child. Santio, Karry’s firstborn son, was born on July 17, 2022.

Kary Correa Education

Kary enrolled in CEFAC (Centro de Formación Actoral de TV Azteca) in 2000. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Dramatic Art in 2004. In addition to participating in theatre workshops, she received acting lessons.

Kary Correa Salary

Kary annually earns a salary of $95,350.

Kary Correa Net Worth

Kary’s approximated net worth is $1 Million.

Kary Correa Career

Kary is currently an anchor for SportsCenter and a co-host for Los Capitanes and NFL Semanal on ESPN Mexico. She began working for the station in 2010, and she has covered a variety of sporting events, including the Super Bowl, the Acapulco Tennis Open, and boxing matches. She was also the host of the special show “El Color de Brasil” during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Prior to joining ESPN, she worked as a talent in Cadena tres for four years, from 2006 to 2010. During her tenure, she primarily covered weather and served as the spokesperson for Latin American Idol. She also covered the boxing matches Marquez vs. Pacquiao and Mayweather vs. Canelo. Furthermore, her journalism career began in 2005 as a talent at Televisa. She spent three years at the station, from 2005 to 2008.

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