Marisa Contipelli Biography
Marisa Contipelli is an American journalist and producer who presently works as a senior producer and team reporter for the National Football League’s Cincinnati Bengals. She formerly worked for Spectrum Sports as a sideline reporter and ad correspondent. From 2014 to 2018, she also worked as an associate producer for Spectrum Sports. Contipelli even served two years as an In-Arena Host for The Ohio State University men’s basketball team.
Marisa Contipelli Age
Marisa Contipelli was born on May 17, 1990, in Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio, Cleveland, United States. She is 33 years old.
Marisa Contipelli Height
Contipelli stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 5 inches/1.65 m tall.
Marisa Contipelli Family
Marisa was born to loving parents in the Cuyahoga Heights area of Ohio. His mother is a housewife and a former nurse, while his father works for an Ohio manufacturing. On the other hand, she keeps her family history a closely guarded secret.
As a result, her mother and father’s identities remain unclear. Marisa, on the other hand, has one married sibling. She posted a cute photo of her nieces on social media.
Marisa Contipelli Husband
Contipelli is presently living alone. She has also had romantic relationships with numerous Cincinnati Bengals players. Marisa, on the other hand, has indicated on her social media account that she is still seeking Mr. Right. She currently lives alone in her apartment in Cleveland, Ohio.
Marisa Contipelli Kid
Marisa currently does not have any children. Nonetheless, she shared a sweet baby photo of her newborn nephew on social media.
Marisa Contipelli Salary
Contipelli annually pockets a salary ranging from $10,000 to $200,000.
Marisa Contipelli Net Worth
Marissa’s estimated net worth is around $1.5 million.
Marisa Contipelli Career
She grew up in the modest Ohio suburbs of Cuyahoga Heights. She went to Cuyahoga Heights High School and was involved in the School Newspaper and the Varsity Softball team. Marisa graduated from high school in 200. She attended The Ohio State University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and communications.
She began her work at Sports Time Ohio as a production assistant. She worked for the station for around eight months, gaining additional experience producing nightly sports reports. In 2014, she departed Spors Time Ohio to join the Cleveland Indians. She was the Cleveland Indians’ In-Game Host for nearly a year before leaving. Maris joined The Ohio State University in 2016 as the primary In-Arena host for the men’s basketball team.
She dropped out of Ohio University to work as a video producer and team reporter for the Cincinnati Bengals. She also juggled her employment at Spectrum Sports. She eventually left Spectrum Sports to become the Cincinnati Bengals’ current senior [roducer and full-time sideline reporter.