Molly Sullivan Biography
Molly Sullivan is an eminent American journalist presently working as a sports broadcaster for 8 News Nation in Las Vegas, Nevada. In September 2020, She joined the station.
Previously, Molly served as a reporter and host for Philadelphia Eagles in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before that, She served for 5 months as a sideline reporter for NFL Media based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Her career journey started in Las Vegas, Nevada at MountainWest Sports Network where she served as a host and news reporter.
Molly Sullivan Age
Molly was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States, on August 27, 1979. She is 42 years old.
Molly Sullivan Height
Sullivan stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx 1.73 m).
Molly Sullivan Education
She studied at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Studies in 2002.
Molly Sullivan Family
She was born to her caring parents Tom Sullivan and Debbie Sullivan in Las Vegas. Molly has not revealed any details concerning her sibling thus we do not know whether she has any siblings or not.
Molly Sullivan Husband
She is happily married to her beloved and caring husband Tommy French who is a bookmaker. On May 7, 2015, Molly and her husband tied the knot in Waikiki, Hawaii, a summer destination spot. The duo is blessed with a beautiful daughter called Isabella.
Molly Sullivan Salary
Molly receives an average salary of $120,450. This is according to 8 News Now anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Molly Sullivan Net Worth
Molly Sullivan has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Molly Sullivan Career
She is a veteran sports reporter who has been serving since joining in September 2020 for 8 News Nation in Las Vegas, Nevada as a sports broadcaster. Molly interned for her career at KLAS-TV where she set the foundation. Previously, Sullivan served for Philadelphia Eagles for two seasons as a reporter and host where she covered each practice as the team reporter
She also served for NFL Media for Conference USA games as a sideline reporter. In addition, Molly also served for seven seasons for the 76ers on NBC Sports Philadelphia as a sideline reporter. While there, Molly was a college football sideline reporter and lone sideline reporter for men’s and women’s basketball.
Her first television job was in Las Vegas for a news affiliate where she contributed to the evening newscasts and also served as a production assistant. While there, Sullivan also worked a second shift as a publicist for different companies and also organizations as she learned her art of storytelling.