Victoria Arlen Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Victoria Arlen Biography
Victoria Arlen is an eminent American sports journalist presently working as a features reporter and also as a host at ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel. Additionally, Arlen serves as a host, speaker, actress, and model. In December 2015, She joined ESPN.
Victoria was diagnosed with two rare conditions; Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis in 2006 and Transverse Myelitis at the age of 11. Victoria lost the ability to eat, speak, walk and move. In the 2012 London Paralympic Games, She qualified to compete.
Victoria Arlen Age
Victoria was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the United States, on September 26, 1994. She is 26 years old.
Victoria Arlen Height
Arlen stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches (Approx. 1.70m).
Victoria Arlen Family
She was born to her caring mother Jacqueline, and loving father, Larry Arlen in Boston, Massachusetts. She is the only girl among triplets with two boys. She has an elder brother. Victoria Arlen holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Victoria Arlen Husband
Victoria is currently dating. She has though not revealed any information regarding her boyfriend. As soon as she reviews the details with the public dominion concerning her boyfriend we shall update you.
Victoria Arlen Salary
Victoria earns an annual salary of $76,435 per year. This is according to ESPN reporters’ salaries.
Victoria Arlen Net Worth
Arlen has an estimated net worth of $3 million – $5 million.
Victoria Arlen Career
She is an American sports journalist serving at ESPN, a multinational basic cable sports channel as a host and features reporter. In December 2015, She joined ESPN. Victoria is often seen on SportsCenter Right Now updates on ESPN reporting that air during weekday morning and afternoon programs.
Her first major reporting on ESPN was being a feature reporter in Los Angeles at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games. Victoria has also done features and updates for SportsCenter and reported on the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games. Moreover, Arlen appeared on the SEC Network’s and College GameDay coverage of NCAA swimming and diving.