Sam Alipour is an eminent American journalist presently working as the Senior Correspondent and Host for ESPN.
In 2006, He officially joined the network as a contributing writer and reporter before he was promoted to senior writer and eventually the Host and Senior Correspondent of “Hang Time”. Before venturing into journalism, Sam served for seven years as a Film and TV producer.
Sam Alipour Age
Sam Alipour was born in Tehran, Iran. However, his exact date and year of birth remain in the dark, a review on this matter is under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Sam Alipor Height
Alipor stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Sam Alipour Education
He attended a local high school and attained his High School Diploma afterward decided to pursue his dream career at California University, Los Angeles and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Media Communication.
Sam Alipour Family
Sam was born in Iran but raised under the love, support, and care of his devoted and hardworking parents in San Francisco, California, in the United States of America. Alipour holds an American nationality by naturalization.
Sam Alipour Wife
Despite working in the journalism industry, He has managed to keep personal details such as his love life status away from the public dominion. Therefore, it is not available whether Alipour is married, dating, single, or divorced. As soon as we receive relevant information on the matter at hand, We shall update you.
Sam Alipour Salary
Sam’s annual salary is $96,380 per year. This is in accordance with ESPN News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Sam Alipour Net Worth
Alipour has an approximate net worth of $1.5 million.
Sam Alipour Career
Currently, Sam works at ESPN as the Senior Correspondent and Host since 2018. From 2013 to 2018, He served for ESPN Magazine as a senior writer and an On-Air reporter. In 2006, He officially joined the network as a contributing writer and reporter before his promotion in 2012.
During his time as a writer, Alipour authored memorable cover stories such as recreational drug use in college football and digital dating in pro sports among others.
Due to his outstanding reports and articles, He was named Best American Sports Writer. His very first job was as a Film & Tv producer, where Sam served for seven years that was from 1998 to 2005.
He hosts prominent players across all sports including auto racing, boxing, NBA, NFL, and more. Some of his notable adventures are chicken farming with Von Miller, Disneyland with Kristaps Porzingis, cryo-therapy with two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry, camping with Jimmy Butler, and touring Tokyo with Draymond Green.