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Allison Williams (Reporter) Bio, Age, Dad, Husband, Education, Net Worth, Sports

Allison Williams (Reporter) is a sportscaster with ESPN and former host for select pregame/postgame shows for Marlins Live, born in Ann Arbor, Michigan the

Allison Williams Biography

Allison Williams (Reporter) is a sportscaster with ESPN and former host for select pregame/postgame shows for Marlins Live, born in Ann Arbor, Michigan the United States. She is best recognized for her play-by-play field reporting and pre-game and post-game hosting for Marlins live, and color commentator Tommy Hutton. Her career has been active since 2006.

Allison Williams Age

Allison Williams was born on January 18, 1984, in Ann Arbor, Michigan the United States. She is 34 years old as of 2019.

Allison Williams Family | Allison Williams Dad

Allison Williams was born on the 18th January 1984, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, to Dale works as a police officer in Ann Arbor.

Allison Williams Husband

ESPN’s young star likes to keep information concerning her private life a secret, unfortunately, information about her relationship is not disclosed. Rumors have it that she has no kids and no one knows if she is dating or not.

Allison Williams Education

Allison Williams attended the University of Miami and later graduated in 2006 with a degree in broadcast journalism.

Allison Williams Height

Allison Williams’s height stands 5 feet 8 inch.

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Allison Williams (Reporter)

Allison Williams Career

Allison Williams is a sportscaster with ESPN and former host for select pregame/postgame shows for Marlins Live. She also did field reporting with play-by-play man Rich Waltz and color commentator Tommy Hutton. Williams worked for Marlins Live for the Miami Marlins as a sideline reporter and host for pregame and postgame shows. She previously also did report for the Florida Panthers on home games with play-by-play man Steve Goldstein, Color Analyst Bill Lindsay, and Sportscaster Frank Forte. Williams also does sideline reporting for telecasts on college football and basketball for the ESPN Networks. Williams has hosted shows such as Miccosukee Sports Rap, The Jason Taylor Celebrity Golf Special, Ultimate Fan Experience, and other shows.

Allison Williams Net Worth

ESPN reporter Allison Williams accumulated her wealth through her successful career as a sportscaster and television host, and we can expect it to increase even more in the near future, assuming that she successfully continues her career. it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total amount of her net worth is over $1 million.

Allison Williams Sports

Allison Williams has worked for ESPN ever since and is currently hired as a sideline reporter for the ‘Big Monday’ college basketball games as well as Saturday college football games, working alongside sports analyst Brock Huard and play-by-play commentator Bob Wischusen. She is currently a sportscaster with ESPN.

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                      Allison Williams Interview

Published: 5:15 pm Thursday, September 27, 2018

Source: www.middlesborodailynews.com

Allison Williams 

If you are a sports fan who has watched many sporting events on ABC, ESPN, and SEC television networks, you certainly will notice Allison Williams, a rising sideline reporter. And the personable Williams has been in Lexington several times, covering UK football and men’s basketball games as well as NCAA women’s hoops regional tournament.

Allison Williams  About Sports

I caught up with her at a basketball game last spring and she kindly agreed to an e-mail interview, which took place recently. She is one of several TV sports personalities that I have interviewed in recent years, including Dick Vitale at his Florida home, Tracy Wolfson, Paul Finebaum, Laura Rutledge, and Maria Taylor.

Williams enjoys working college football games and already has special memories. “Saturdays in the South certainly are special,” said Williams, who joined ESPN in 2011. “I primarily covered the SEC for a few years on CSS and for ESPNU so I have a few (memories) like Willie Taggart (now the head coach at Florida State) coming out in Death Valley and eating the grass as (then-LSU coach) Les Miles had done the week or so prior. Also, my first time seeing the Grove (at Ole Miss) and covering the tailgating for the Iron Bowl, not even going to the (Auburn-Alabama) game, and thinking “wow” this is special.”