Jamie Erdahl is an American reporter who was born on 3rd December 1988, in Bloomington, Minnesota, US. She is well recognized for her work as a CBS TV Sports reporter.
She is one of the most youthful TV telecasters, capturing the attention of even her most seasoned companions and winning hearts across television screens. She is an inspiration to every aspiring journalist out there.
Date of Birth
3rd December 1988
Bloomington, Minnesota, US
Family and Early Life:
Jamie is the daughter of Chris Erdahl and Jim Erdahl. She has simple and simple childhood because she was the family's only child and received all of her parent's care and love.
Her passion in sports sparked by her parents, who were sports fan themselves. She was also interested in athletics while in high school, and she played basketball and softball.
She attended Breck School and graduated in 2007. She also enrolled at St. Olaf College to further her education. However, she was eventually transferred to American University in the hopes of gaining knowledge in broadcasting and communications.
The estimated net worth of Jamie Erdahl is around $500,000. She made the most of her earning from a successful profession as a sports journalist.
She apparently makes $95,000 per year as a CBS employee. She has worked with the network on a number of programs, including as a studio host and as a sports reporter.
Jamie Erdahl is married to Sam Buckman, a former football player who played for the University of Michigan. He now works for Trauma as a Sales Representative. They started dating in 2012 and the news of their engagement made headlines in 2016.
The couple tied the knot on 23 July 2017, after being engaged for almost a year. They are blessed with two baby girls, Brooke Marie Buckman and Avery Buckman.
Jamie began her career with Comcast Sports Net in Washington, where she interned. She started working at New England Sports Network (NESN) in late 2012 after completing her internship. Her initial responsibilities at the channel were reporting and co-hosting.
She gradually began anchoring the shows and reporting on live sporting events. Following her 30-minute hosting stint at NESN, she worked as a freelance reporter for Fox Sports, where she has the opportunity to cover the WNBA franchise Minnesota Lynx's live transmission.
Furthermore, she paved the way for herself to join CBS Sports by improving and progressing at Fox Sports. She currently works as useful coverages and researches at CBS Sports. She became a lead on-site journalist for CBS Sports in the year 2018.