How many of you watch sports and food on a regular basis; especially on ESPN and Food Network? We know that is a very peculiar question, but if you do watch one or the other very religiously, then there is a very big chance that you are familiar with the person we are talking about today, and that is Jaymee Sire.
Well, sure, you do. Jaymee is a famous television host widely known for her skills as a reporter, and moreover, her ravishing beauty that makes most men both inside and outside of the industry goes crazy. She is, for most of the people out there, the perfect definition of beauty with brain and why wouldn’t Sire be? After all, she appeared hosts on one of the coolest television networks.
She holds such charm that when people start watching her show, they just cannot stop and get their eyes off of the screen. Jaymee previously reported sports for ESPN and frankly, viewers focused more on her rather than the game which is very impressive. She now appears on Food Network where she travels and well, tries different foods.
In this post, we will talk about Jaymee Sire and her personal life. There are still fans and viewers out there who do not know more about her. Everything that fans ought to know about this beautiful TV personality is available right here. Find out who is her husband, dating affair, net worth, and much more.
The beautiful American TV host and reporter Jaymee Sire was born on August 25, 1980, in Great Falls, Montana, United States of America. She is currently 39 years old. Jaymee was born to parents Dennis Sire and mother, Wendy Sire. Sire grew up in Montana, where she was born with her parents.
Born into a Christian family, Jaymee always learned the value of love and kindness and developed an unshaken faith in God and all his deeds. She firmly believes that everything happens for a better reason but also that future is in your grasp and that you can do whatever you want with it.
Her parents are also from America, and with that Jaymee is also American in nationality and shares white ethnicity. Sire zodiac sign in Virgo and she has quite experience in Agriculture farming as her father owns the land and works there. Her mother, on the other hand, helps Dennis Sire.
Jaymee also has a sister. However, her name remains a mystery. Jaymee does not really talk much about her family and remains tight-lipped when it comes to revealing any substantial details.
As a young child, Jaymee never though education as a boring thing and she actually enjoyed going to school. Sire attended the local high school where she established herself as a very smart and obedient student. Teachers also loved her very much as she always scored very good in exams.
After graduating from high school, Jaymee decided to further continue with her studies. Sire then attended the Edward Murrow School of Communication which is a college of Washington State University. She studied communications there and studied very hard to secure good marks.
While studying, Sire also served as a Kappa Delta Sorority president from the year 2000-2001. During her time there, Sire also involved herself in extra activities that would further assist in pursuing a career in journalism. While studying at the Edward Murrow School of Communication, Sire worked as a reporter and an anchor for WSU Cable 8.
|Date of birth||August 25, 1980|
|Birthplace||Great Falls, Montana, United States of America|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
After graduating, Jaymee decided that it was now time for her to go out in the real world and gather some real-world experience. She started thinking about her career thoroughly and contemplated each decision.
Many men out there wonder who is dating this absolute beauty. They also carry some hopes and dreams of someday, possibly getting to know her, date and possibly marry her someday. But that is not going to happen. Why? Because Jaymee Sire is not available to anyone but one person.
Jaymee Sire is married, and her husband name is Jeff Rosenberg. Her husband is a president at the Tristar production, a very successful company. Jaymee and Jeff dated for many years before getting engaged and marrying each other in a very lovely wedding ceremony that only close friends and family attended.
Unfortunately, any details regarding her wedding remain unknown. Her husband also does not talk about the couple’s marriage very often, and Jaymee mimics her husband here. Jaymee and her husband Jeff also have a child together, and the couple loves their child very much.
But again, they did not reveal any detail about their child to the media. Any information regarding Jaymee and Jeff’s child remain a mystery. Tabloids do not know the gender, name, or birthday of the couple’s child, which is very absurd to her fans who want to know more.
Jaymee and husband Jeff often visit very nice places and are very much in love together. There are no rumors about divorce just yet. They do not seem to let out any news about their private life. At the moment, Jaymee and Rosenberg are very happily married and living together with their child.
Jaymee Sire Career
Jaymee Sire started her career with KRTV, a CBS based network in her hometown Great Falls, Montana. She joined the network in 2002 and worked there as a sports anchor and reporter. She prepared news and delivered it to the viewers who were the majority of people from Montana.
Sire worked with KRTV for about three years and then joined KFMB where she served as a reporter for KFMB’s San Diego Chargers preseason broadcasts. After spending about nearly five years or so with the network, Jaymee realized that it was time for her to move and get more experience.
In 2008, Jaymee joined the Comcast SportsNet Bay Area where she worked as an anchor and a reporter for SportsNet Central and also reported Giants Pre Game Live and Giants Post Game Live. Her tenure there turned out to be one of the most fruitful because she earned experience from a reputed network.
ESPN and Food Network
After working for approximately five years in Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, Jaymee joined the ESPN network as an anchor. She joined the network on April 11, 2013, and started appearing as an anchor for Highlights Express. She also swiftly started appearing on SportsCenter and made her debut on May 5, 2013.
While working there, Jaymee helped launch SportsCenter AM, a morning installment of SportsCenter that aired in the morning as the name suggests. After helping launch the morning segment, Sire started appearing on the show from Monday to Friday. Apart from SportsCentral, Sire appeared on NFL Insiders, NFL Life, Fantasy Football Now, and College Football Live.
Unfortunately, her racing career at ESPN came to an end when the network laid off about 100 employees from the network. Due to circumstances, the network decided to discontinue the service of about 100 people, and Jaymee made it to that list. But for an accomplished person, nothing is a dead end.
After her exit from ESPN, Sire joined the Food Network. She made this drastic change in her career because of her love for food. Sire has a food blog where she writes about food and also has a sandwich called Jaymee Sirewich. On the Food Network, Jaymee appeared as a judge for Food Network Star 2013.
Jaymee also served as a floor reporter for Iron Chef Showdown. At the moment, Sire travels to different places in hunt of new food. This was always her passion and to finally work in this closely related field, Sire is very happy.
Jaymee Sire has a very diverse experience chain as far as her career goes. She started working at a very young age and built her way up to recognition and success. After more than a decade in journalism, Sire has gathered a lot of fans and followers and guess what comes along all that? That is right. A big fortune.
Jaymee Sire currently has a net worth of over $1.5 million since her career is still raving; she is earning more and more.
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