Charissa Thompson's net worth is estimated at $5 million which she earned from her career as a television host and sportscaster. She got famous after working for Fox Sports.
She covers baseball, basketball, football, and unusual competition such as beatboxing. Her first cover was baseball games when she was appointed by Fox Sports Net (FSN).
Here is some information about Charissa Thompson's source of income and lifestyle.
Earning Through Fox Sports Network
Thompson started her career by joining Fox Sports Net (FSN). She worked as a sideline reporter for college football and college basketball games and also cover National Football League (NFL) on Fox.
She has covered programs for FSN such as 'The 2007 MLB All-Star Game Red Carpet Parade', and 'The Baseball Report'. Charissa co-hosted 'The Best Damn Sports Show Period' along with John Salley and Chris Rose and hosted 'Toughest Cowboy'.
Moreover, in 2013, again joined Fox Sports and launch of 'Fox Sports 1' (FS1). There she became a presenter for Fox NFL Kickoff and host of 'NFL Films Presents'. She earns $700,000 as her salary per year.
Owner of Lavish House
The sportscaster of Fox Sports is currently living in Malibu. She has an around $1.5 million lavish residence which is a three-story contemporary home. Her house has occupied 1,646 square feet where you can see three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and other luxurious facilities.
Worked for Yahoo! Sports
After completing her first season in FSN, Thompson joined Yahoo Sports where she covered the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Then appeared in games of FIFA World Cup in South Africa, the BCS National Championship, Super Bowl in Dallas, Texas, and the NBA All-Star Game.
As a sportscaster, she was paid more than $60,000 per year while working for the ESPN network. She has also joined and served ESPN in June 2011. She co-hosted the show 'Numbers Never Lie' alongside Michael Smith. Thompson became a host on SportsNation and ESPN First Take. In 2013, she left the net worth and rejoin Fox Sports.
Other Networks and Broadcasting
Being a television host, Charissa Thompson has worked in many networks. Like in the Big Ten Network, NHL on Versus, and Game Show Network (GSN). Furthermore, she has broadcasted in television shows, including Extra, Barstool Spelling Bee, and Splash. She is also a host on the Netflix reality show called 'Ultimate Beastmaster'.