Rachel Bonnetta - Everything You Need to Know About Canadian TV Host
American Journalist Rachel Bonnetta was born on 8 October 1992, in Toronto, Ontario Canada. She is well known for her works as the host of FOX Sports. Her 30-minute live presentation of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia went viral, gaining her worldwide recognition.
She currently hosts FSI's "lock it in", the network's first-ever sports gambling show, and co-hosts a podcast with Rachna Frunchbom called "Hall of Shame".
|Full Name||Rachel Bonnetta|
|Date of Birth||8 October 1992|
|Birthplace||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Family and Early Life:
Bonnetta's father died on 14 December 2012. Her mother remained a widow for over five years after her father's death until marrying for the second time on 18 December 2017.
She graduated from Clarke High School. She was interested in journalism and decided to pursue it after graduating from high school. She enrolled at Toronto's Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. In 2012, she received a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism.
The estimated net worth of Rachel Bonnetta is around $5 million. She makes her fortune through her successful professional career as a journalist.
The FOX Sports host makes an average of $56,160 each year. Her radio and television guest appearances as a sports analyst also contribute to her net worth.
Rachel Bonnetta is in a relationship but she has not mentioned the name of her lover. They have been in love since 2016. In January 2018 she shared a photo of the two of them on her Instagram account, to celebrate their two years together. The lovebird lives together along with their pets.
Rachel began her career in journalism and she worked at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, a company that specializes in sports and entertainment. She was also working as an anchor in BPM at the time.
On Kick TV, she hosted The Whip and The Zone. MLS Now and Off-Topic with Rachel Bonnetta was presented by her. The TV host joined Majo League Soccer as An Air-Host at the beginning of 2015. Her work with FOX Sports began in 2016.
Furthermore, she is the host of "The Lock it in" show and also a FOX Sports reporter who covers a variety of events. The show took a short break in July 2020 before returning under a different name as "FOX Bet Live", she was still the host of that show.
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