Ryan Smith Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, ESPN
Ryan Smith Biography
Ryan Smith is a prominent American sports anchor currently working for ESPN’s Outside the Lines as well as SportsCenter. He also serves as a correspondent and legal analyst for ABC News and ESPN. Ryan joined ESPN in February 2017. Prior to joining ABC News, he served as the nightly news anchor at CNN’s Headline News.
Ryan Smith Age
Ryan Smith was born on 28 November 1970, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He is 52 years old.
Ryan Smith Height
Ryan’s height is 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1.78m).
Ryan Smith Family
Ryan was born to his devoted father and mother in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Nevertheless, he has kept a low profile about his family and has not disclosed any information in regard to his parents and siblings.
Ryan Smith Wife
He is married to his gorgeous wife, Dafina Smith. The two lovebirds share two adorable twin sons namely Cole and Blake. The lovely family currently lives in Connecticut.
Ryan Smith Education
He graduated from Central High School in Philadelphia. Later, Ryan joined Syracuse University where he attained his B.A. degree in political science. He also attained a J.D. from Columbia Law School. Moreover, he was a lawyer for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. Ryan also practiced Sports and Entertainment Law in New York City.
Ryan Smith Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $69,465 per year. This is according to ESPN legal analysts’ salaries.
Ryan Smith’s Net Worth
Through his journalism career, Tina has managed to secure good wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Ryan Smith Career
At this present moment, Ryan serves as a sports anchor for ESPN’s Outside the Lines as well as SportsCenter. He also serves as a correspondent and legal analyst for ABC News and ESPN. Ryan joined ESPN in February 2017. Prior to joining ABC News, he served as the nightly news anchor at CNN’s Headline News.
He regularly appears across several ESPN platforms, and ABC News programs such as World News Tonight, Good Morning America, This Week, 20/20, as well as Nightline. Prior to taking on his new role in February 2017, he worked as a contributor for ESPN as their legal analyst and fill-in host for Bob Ley on Outside the Lines.