Scott Reiss Biography
Scott Reiss is an outstanding American journalist currently working as a media advisor at Vitae located in Redwood City, California since June 2016. In addition, he also works as a play-by-play announcer at Stanford University for basketball and football games.
Scott Reiss Age
He was born in the United States of America. He may be around 50-55 years old although he has managed to keep confidential his personal details from the media including his age or his dates of birth despite being a famous public figure.
Scott Reiss Height
Scott has a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Scott Reiss Family
Scott was born to his stalwart father and mother in the USA. Nevertheless, Scott has managed to conceal salient intel about his devoted parents or if he has any siblings. As a result, his parents’ and siblings’ whereabouts are currently not accessible.
Scott Reiss Wife
Despite being a famous public figure, Scott has managed to conceal his marital status from media attention. Therefore, we can hardly mention whether Scott is single, dating, married, or divorced. Nonetheless, our acclaimed team is still keeping an eye on this compartment and will be reformed swiftly once seen in the public eye.
Scott Reiss Education
In 1989, he enrolled at Stanford University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication and Media Studies in 1993. Furthermore, Scott graduated from the same university with a Master of Arts Degree in Sociology in 1994.
Scott Reiss Salary
Scott Reiss Net Worth
Scott Reiss has managed to garner good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Scott Reiss Career
He is currently working as a media advisor at Vitae located in Redwood City, California since June 2016. In addition, he also works as a play-by-play announcer at Stanford University for basketball and football games. Before joining Vitae and Stanford University, Scott served as a reporter and sports anchor at Ktvu Television Fox 2 from August 2014 to June 202.
Before, he served as a host at 95.7 The Game located in San Francisco Bay Area for three years and eight months. Previously, he worked as a sports anchor and host for Comcast SportsNet Bay Area based in California for five years and two months from September 2008 to October 2013.
Prior to that, he worked as a sports anchor at ESPN for eight years and one month from September 2000 to September 2008. He was an anchor and host for several ESPN programs such as College Football Live, College Gameday, NFL Live, SportsCenter, and Baseball Tonight. He commenced his journalism career in February 1997 where he served as a sports director for KCOY-TV up to August 2000.